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serial

1. Computing of or operating on items of information, instructions, etc., in the order in which they occur
2. of, relating to, or using the techniques of serialism
3. Logic maths (of a relation) connected, transitive, and asymmetric, thereby imposing an order on all the members of the domain, as less than on the natural numbers

Serial

 

a publication with the same orientation and name and consistent numbering and format but appearing irregularly as material accumulates.

Serials in the USSR include almanacs, transactions and other scholarly and scientific publications, and bulletins. Most journals published in the USSR are serials. Serials tend to appear at regular intervals, that is, become periodicals.

serial

[′sir·ē·əl]
(computer science)
Pertaining to the internal handling of data in sequential fashion.
(industrial engineering)
An element or a group of elements within a series which is given a numerical or alphabetical designation for convenience in planning, scheduling, and control.

serial

One after the other.
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This is where a consideration of seriality is important, since both the series that makes up the narrator and the series that makes up Tyler are operative simultaneously.
24) What scholars have not noted before is that during the first decade of his career (1600 to 1610), seriality and historicity overwhelmingly informed Pavier's investment in and collection of playbooks.
the pledge) the group will never be able to sustain itself and prevent dissolution into seriality or alienating institutions.
Are the retrograde tendencies in art victorious over the seemingly progressive moves made in the 1960s and immediately after, to expand or detonate the frame of art, to criticise art institutions, to redraft the work of the artist through modes of deskilling, reskilling, automation or seriality, to make form into anti-form and art into non-art?
Such a "revision of the notion of history," in an attempt to get past filiality, produces sequence without connection, completely discrete seriality with no possibility of generation, let alone "influence," Bloomian or otherwise.
However, I would like to argue that Leonard's tattoos perform a more complicated function than simply marking resistance to a culture of mechanization, mass reproduction, and seriality.
Dyer's book consists of seven chapters, each starting with the letter "S" (Sin, Story, Structure, Seriality, Sound, Sight, Salvation).
The soap opera form is suggested as the most convincing framework, because of its never-ending seriality (which it has in common with the news), and because of the ways in which the roles of the heroine can change along with the plot: narrative conflicts with affairs, divorces, the roles of villainess and heroine, mother, fairytale princess, the wronged woman, the political meddler, the promiscuous woman, and 'the peoples' princess.
The discussion o f narrative seriality (34-43) and binary structures (68-71) in the news drowns important insights in critical dogma.
Fundamental to the new concept was the singular evil of seriality itself.
In the course of seven subsequent thematic chapters, Gide's body, female voices, the seriality of homosexual encounters, family relationships are extensively analysed.