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dependency

(sometimes US), dependancy
1. Politics a territory subject to a state on which it does not border
2. Psychol overreliance by a person on another person or on a drug, etc.

dependency

[di′pen·dən·sē]
(computer science)
The necessity for a computer to complete work on some job before execution of another can begin.

dependency

A subsidiary building near or adjoining a principal structure.
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Over the past few years, a growing number of studies have investigated the topic of smartphone dependency (e.
Excessive messaging is the key determinant resulting in nonsmartphone dependency among young people (Igarashi et al.
A set of functional dependencies F is in canonical form if each functional dependency X [right arrow] A in F, A is a singleton attribute.
The similarity and dissimilarity scores are computed based on dependency relations [7], which are asymmetric relationships between two words in a sentence, a head or modifee, and a modifier.
The Essentials of Chemical Dependency is not a self-help book designed for popular entertainment.
where R(t) is rate of temperature dependency of the load; [gamma](t) is normalized component of temperature dependency.
The current research on shyness and intimate partner dependency focused on the following hypotheses.
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If the intervention of another actor is required to perform the plan, either to execute plans or to obtain resources, new dependency relationships should be created among these actors and the SSA.
Various authors have discussed the multitude of paradoxes that exist in relation to notions of dependency (Baker & Tippin, 1999; Fraser & Gordon, 1994; O'Connor, 1996; Robertson, 1998).
Over a period of two hundred years the meaning of dependency has moved from the honourable social condition of the overwhelming majority of the population to a highly stigmatised personality disorder.
The administrative law judge agreed that the three manufacturing divisions were not sufficiently connected by mutual contribution and dependency (the rim) required to link the individual division spokes together into a single integrated unitary wheel.