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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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Enumerative analysis provided an overview of the elements that were physically present in the narratives (manifest content).
Such a view has implications on matters such as breadth and depth of research, analytic induction and enumerative induction, mutuality of pure and applied research, expedient practice versus patient theory building, and the primacy of referents.
In the case where the number of potential solutions remains reasonably low, the determination of the set of solutions can be achieved by using enumerative search methods and doing all the simulations.
Les materiaux les plus heterogenes sont entasses de maniere chaotique, confuse, dans une progression enumerative qui cree des effets de repetition monotone, jusqu'au moment ou survient a l'improviste une conclusion rapide pour cloturer un discours qui, de par sa tendence a une dilatation incontrolee, pourrait en theorie continuer indefiniment>> (p.
Stanley, Enumerative combinatorics, wadsworth and Brooks/cole advanced Books and software, California, 1986.
For the purpose of adequate legal enforceability, it was deemed necessary to forego a universal definition and to define medical doping by an enumerative list of prohibited substances and methods (WADA, 2009, Art.
Enumerative systems on the other hand often produce groupings of classes that are not mutually exclusive, and that is a sure sign of a "non-faceted" structure" (Broughton, 2006, p.
In a textbook for an advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate course, Loehr (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) presents a general introduction to enumerative combinatorics that emphasizes bijective methods.
Michael Dobson, "The Design of the Oxford Shakespeare: An Ever Writer to a Never Reader," Analytic and Enumerative Bibliography n.
Later chapters, on enumerative combinatorics and existence theorems in combinatorics, are more advanced; and the whole book contains enough material for an entry-level graduate course in combinatorics.
The value of identifying five levels--kinds, really--lies in expanding our conception of induction to include kinds other than the enumerative induction based on statistical inference and mathematical probability so prevalent in contemporary philosophy.
This paper attempts a similarly reflexive analysis by looking at the meeting of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Tortes Straits (CAETS) and Melanesian enumerative strategies.