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instantaneous

Maths
a. occurring at or associated with a particular instant
b. equal to the limit of the average value of a given variable as the time interval over which the variable is considered approaches zero
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Alumni expected instantaneity and timeliness from digital media and were more forgiving of print.
Student-ends computers have strict requirements of the instantaneity of audio and video data and have less requirements of connecting reliability compared with teacher-ends computers, because multimedia data have inherent corresponding relations.
Full Moon Stages transcends the reception model that comprises most books, by which one simply absorbs information in the hope of better understanding the subject matter at hand, and demands of the reader an intensity of psychic and durative commitment that is difficult to summon in these days of instantaneity.
Though behavioral and subjective measures can permit detailed inferences to be made concerning operators' mental workload [10], physiological measures can provide results with higher level of objectivity and instantaneity about cognitive load.
However, in Big Data, we pay more attention to instantaneity, time cost, resource consumption, and computational complexity of attack detection.
Beyond abstract shadow figures and realistic photos, the slow, painstaking act of stitching textile (which in patriarchal societies is an activity left to women) is contrasted here with the present time and contemporaneity of video and the apparent instantaneity of a video still.
As Paul Virilio (1997: 58) pointed out, the speed of exchange facilitated by technological progress accelerated the 'pollution of distances and lengths of time', undermining the human-scale of our experiences of space and time by substituting them with the 'real-time' of virtual proximity and instantaneity.
On the one hand, the relation between the seeing subject and the seen object is determined by the instantaneity of utterance.
Cassidy shows that impending deadlines, as well as the online ethos of instantaneity, make White's individual factors less relevant.
The experiment of online fault detection is conducted by comparing the accuracy and instantaneity of various clustering algorithms.
The Internet is a medium of instantaneity, ubiquity, and immediacy.
This instantaneity and superficiality reflects the logic of Western modernity similar to scientism and enlightenment.

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