generation number

generation number

[‚jen·ə′rā·shən ‚nəm·bər]
(computer science)
A number contained in the file label of a reel of magnetic tape that indicates the generation of the data set of the tape.
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Rheological testing showed that increasing the generation number of the hyperbranched polymer, caused the viscosity of the blends to decrease.
You want to get down to the actual generation number so you can compare to suppliers 'apples to apples' and know what you are buying.
I 1967 1 - - II 1968 - 1975 16 - - III 1976 - 1984 13 - - IV 1985 - 1990 95 1 2 V 1991 - 1994 7 - 6 VI 1995 - 1997 65 63 - VII 1997 - 1998 38 36 - Total 222 100 8 Generation Number of COW holders FS Cons.
It includes responses from Generation Y (representing 30 percent of the total), born between 1979 and 1995 and numbering near 80 million; Generation X (23 percent), born between 1966 and 1978 and totaling about 50 million; Baby Boomers (31 percent), born between 1947 and 1965 and numbering 75 million; War Babies (12 percent), born between 1932 and 1946; and the Silent Generation (3 percent), born in 1931 or earlier; together War Babies and the Silent Generation number 35 million.
The slopes of these relative viscosity curves show a linear relationship with respect to the generation number.
Vertices captures critical tape information, such as serial number, backup date and generation number, for each backup job regardless of the number of sources or file types, and imports the data into the Vertices database.
where, p is the size of the population and t is the current generation number.
As shown in Table 4, higher pendulum hardness values were obtained with the increasing generation number due to the increase in crosslink density of UA/HB-HEPA- and UA/HB-HEPFA-based coatings.
Non-uniform: This type increases the probability that the amount of the mutation will be close to 0 as the generation number increases.
Table 2 contains the generation number for which I noted the average fitness of the best individuals.
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