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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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(9) Arrange the encoded watermark in a vector and concatenate it with the hash computed in previous step and call it a concatenated watermark [W.sub.c] as
For Bezier curves, it can be observed from Figure 5 that concatenated cubic Bezier has the largest maximum curvature and symmetric quintic Bezier curve with [r.sub.q] = 3/10 has the smallest maximum curvature.
No such algorithm exists where a feature vector is formed by concatenated histograms of five decomposed images.
For the Ctenoides only analyses, both the concatenated tree (Figure 1 (a)) and the COI gene tree (Figure 1(b)) recovered two strongly supported clades.
To this end, we train the concatenated classification forests in the training stage, each with the input of multisource feature maps.
Studies with FC estimated from concatenated rest blocks of block-design fMRI experiment have been reported [22-24].
In all K-dictionaries were concatenated to form concatenated dictionary ph c.
However, the phylogenetic relationships among the different representatives of avian poxviruses were more comprehensive in the tree based on the concatenated coding sequences of the cnpv186-187 fragment, rather than on the P4b-coding gene.
This is CNN Concatenated (2002), the earliest work by Fast in the BALTIC exhibition, and an ideal introduction to the themes and forms that characterise his practice.
To generate reference data to compare against, trip traces of whole days of driving in the CHTS data set were concatenated into a long trip trace and simulated via FASTSim.
CNN Concatenated (18 minutes, TV screen) is a narrative constructed from a succession of single words uttered by CNN news readers.