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open-ended

[¦ō·pən ¦en·dəd]
(computer science)
Of techniques, designed to facilitate or permit expansion, extension, or increase in capability; the opposite of closed-in and artificially constrained.
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Child-led, open-ended play has been found to develop the whole child from physical, social/emotional, and cognitive perspectives.
Currently, an open-ended investment fund may be established under Hong Kong law in the form of a unit trust, but not in corporate form due to restrictions on capital reduction under the Companies Ordinance.
Last week, EDL workers announced the suspension of an open-ended strike that was scheduled to begin Tuesday.
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Justifying these costs is one of the biggest challenges facing designers and developers who want to implement an open-ended approach.
analysis of the existing or likely future costs and benefits for providing open-ended real estate funds across borders
Interview protocols and sets of open-ended questions were created, which continued to allow students to express their beliefs but focused the scope of the responses to topics such as gender, relationships, or ill-structured problems.
Nearly all questions posed by the physicians were closed-ended or short-answer (91%), and 77% of the visits lacked effective open-ended questions, Dr.
When setting up an open-ended lease, Duffy asks the client several questions: Is the manufacturer going to keep making these cars?
The questioning process does not become contaminated when investigators initiate the interview with open-ended questions.
The open-ended writing assignment and series of questionnaire responses were analyzed for content and qualitative themes concerning the transition.
In addition, they provided responses to open-ended questions.