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instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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Is the Form of mastodons now empty or is it still in some sense instantiated by the fossil evidence confirming both existence and extinction?
Supervisor process was also instantiated, adapted and connected to other processes to exchange data and management commands.
Of the many puzzles raised by admitting the reality of properties, a particularly intractable yet important one is the status of uninstantiated properties--those properties that could be instantiated but happen not to be.
Sadra sees the 'God created in belief' as prefigured in the primordial nature of man, whose existence as an instantiated mode of being will naturally reflect a particular grade of being and set of divine names, and thus approach God and scripture from the vantage point of his unique modality.
In essence the idea is that just as nomic necessitarians take the laws of a given world to be completely determined by the fundamental (nongeometric) properties instantiated, geometric necessitarians take the geometry of a given world to be completely determined by the fundamental geometric properties instantiated.
First he stipulates that fallacies are always invalid arguments, then he denies that straightforwardly invalid argument forms are always instantiated by invalid (and thus fallacious arguments), and then he challenges the means by which we determine validity and invalidity because they have "no theoretical legitimacy".
The CP algorithm used in this paper is Forward Checking with Backtracking performs Arc Consistency between pairs of a not yet instantiated variable and an instantiated variable, i.
Qualitative interviews validated and instantiated the survey results.
However, when they reach the disambiguating information (which appears after the ambiguous target word) and the subordinate meaning is instantiated, reading is disrupted with long fixations and regressions back to the ambiguous word (Duffy et al.
In this paper, parallel algorithms to solve the generalized fully and partially instantiated forms of the same generation query in deductive databases are presented.
He wants to "underscore how Christian discourse about Jews, especially and specifically the Jews of the Christian Holy Land, instantiated and elaborated a new mode of Christian identity, one that was explicitly and unapologetically imperial" (12).
Isn't it possible that the most conceptual of Conceptual art would produce intractability because it attempts to trace unnamable emotional shifts, things instantiated only by moot opticality, not language, and presence beyond the visible?