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concatenation

[kən‚kat·ən′ā·shən]
(computer science)
An operation in which a number of conceptually related components are linked together to form a larger, organizationally similar entity.
In string processing, the synthesis of longer character strings from shorter ones.
(electricity)
A method of speed control of induction motors in which the rotors of two wound-rotor motors are mechanically coupled together and the stator of the second motor is supplied with power from the rotor slip rings of the first motor.
(engineering acoustics)
The linking together of phonemes to produce meaningful sounds.
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Concerning the concatenation of parameters that point out the causes of fatigue, the non-linear dynamical systems theory (NDST) enables to reveal this phenomenon as a part of dynamic system processes.
Theoretical background: the new method for assessment of inter-parameter concatenation during monitoring of vital signals has been developed.
With the ability to generate and monitor all channels simultaneously, the 10+ Gigabit Multi-Rate Transceiver enables complete testing, such as bit-error-rate (BER), hybrid concatenation and service-disruption switch time.