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concatenate

[kən′kat·ən‚āt]
(computer science)
To unite in a sequence, link together, or link to a chain.
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concatenate

To join together two or more files or lists to form one big one.

The Unix cat command can be used to concatenate files.
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concatenate

To link structures together. Concatenating files appends one file to another. In speech synthesis, units of speech called "phonemes" (k, sh, ch, etc.) are concatenated to produce meaningful sounds. See concatenating text files.
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With the obtained high-level entity pair embedding, substrategy [C] concatenates it with word embedding and position embedding; substrategy [C] adopts concatenation operation between sentence level embedding and entity pair embedding, where the compositional embedding is directly used to classify relation type.
Kirzner's Coordination Often Seems Like Concatenate Coordination
In the past, if you wanted to concatenate a list of names in column A, you couldn't use a simple formula such as =CONCATENATE(A1:A26).
Apart from blank cells filled with a zero and date formats, watch for Excel formula used to concatenate or otherwise process data.
If we concatenate first two digits, for example, d1 is 2 and d2 is 5, they combine to form 0.25, if it is required to find their cosine inverse [COS-1(0.25) = 75], so its look-up table can be implement in VHDL as described through this code.
Step 5.1: If d = 0, encode d by r=01[parallel] [s.sub.1][s.sub.2] and concatenate r into code stream CS.
Whilst I accept the validity of both elements of your report (the unfortunate casualties and the campaign against poor riding), to concatenate them in the same article produces a result that I do not believe you intended to convey.
In the following I discuss (a) the relationship between (what K-B call) "concatenate" coordination, and the "decentralized" coordination concept that I (and, I believe, others) have suggested as possibly serving as a normative criterion (I myself believe that a more transparent term for K-B's "concatenate" coordination would be "central planner's coordination." However, in the following I retain K-B's "concatenate" terminology.) and (b) the two separate functions that the "decentralized" coordination concept can play, viz.
For example, SDG(13) = 134413 because ds(13) = 1 + 3 = 4, and thus we concatenate 13_4_4_13.
The Loquendo text-to-speech synthesis engine uses the "Unit Selection" concatenate technique on a wide range of sound samples.
h1 = hash(c); c[1] = (c[1] + 1) \\ 256; /* c[1] + 1 modulo 256 */ h2 = hash(c); h1 = bitShift(h1, 8); /* shift 8 bits to the left */ return (h1 + h2); /* concatenate h1 and h2 */