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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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It may be that the world is finite, in which case infinite numbers and very large lengths are not instantiated in the real world.
Sadra finds the quality of divine mercy synonymous to being, which he considers the essential reality behind all its instantiated modes.
In this article, we propose a parallel algorithm for solving the generalized fully instantiated form of the same generation query, i.
5) Query InterNIC: Once the CGI program is instantiated, the user's domain is retrieved from the local environment.
It is proposed that, fundamentally, thought is instantiated by dynamic chain-linkages within multilevel SeCo-networks.
Nevertheless, I believe a materialist can see that consciousness, as a strictly physical phenomenon instantiated by the brain, creates a world subjectively immune to its own disappearance.
The single chip CBRNE microsensor, when instantiated into smart cables, is the basis to build easy to install and to operate continuous monitoring of critical infrastructures or scanning portals of high passage area and for use at occasional crowds gatherings.
Thomas on substance and substantial forms, he construed material substances as ontological complexes consisting of a substantial form and a material substratum or stuff in which the substantial form is instantiated.
Four different types of afterlives--physical resurrection, dream embodiment, collective mind, and reincarnation--are examined before discussing the various levels at which consciousness could be instantiated.
the problem that remains after removing variables that have been instantiated in CP (either by enumeration or propagation) and removing constraints that are satisfied by these assignments.
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?
To formulate a patient-related information need, an information-need template has to be instantiated with the patient's medical data.