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instantaneous

Maths
a. occurring at or associated with a particular instant
b. equal to the limit of the average value of a given variable as the time interval over which the variable is considered approaches zero
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The instantaneity with which the internet connects most of the globe, combined with the kind of open and participatory structure that the "founders" of the internet sought and valorized, has created a flow of information and interaction that we may not be able to manage or control in a safe way.
(8) What happens to queer literary criticism when the presence of queer desire within literature approaches the near-divine ubiquity, instantaneity, and immediacy of cyberspace?
As I have shown, both the immediacy of communication technologies and the instantaneity of electronic money transfers create new demands on Senegalese transnational couples.
The proposed method is simple and fast, which can meet the instantaneity of wireless communication.
Singularities are constant, and the world's context can be only equated with an arbitrary instantaneity, which Fredric Jameson's reading of Cloud Atlas identifies as the end of realism and the time of the futureless world of the global age.
Digital technology has grafted absolute instantaneity on to the old habits of folklore, heroic legend and the cult of the saints.
As regards the way how these reflections and refractions project themselves in the sign, it is worth stressing that the interpretation held here is that this happens in such a manner that the senses, perceptions and values to which the word selfie is usually associated with (speed, high-technology, instantaneity, the I as protagonist, fluidity, flexibility, etc.) are covered by a positive appreciation of value, the same way they are at the production organization level.
In order to improve the instantaneity, the real-time module Xenomai is employed.
Fiber Bragg grating (FBG) [5-7] has the advantages of high measuring precision, strong instantaneity, a wide measuring range, and antielectromagnetic interference, but the price is so dear.
The new instantaneity of time radically changes the modes of human conviviality and more conspicuously the way humans care (or do not care, if it is the case) for their collective affairs.
Downing, Editor of Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, situates Zayani's study against the dominant narratives put forward by what he characterizes as "the Western commentocracy" on the Arab Spring, which tends to fall into two "reductive" camps: The first knows little about the region and remains caught up in the "digital transformation of Arab-hood," as the "stereotype of Arab emotionalism [is] fused with the instantaneity of 'social' media." The second dismisses the role of ICTs, and gravitates instead to the theme of "continuity," sketching a portrayal in which the Middle East was, they argued, what it had always been leaving the significant youth demographic as a "statistical abstraction" (ix).
(13) The instantaneity of the digital camera to capture evanescent and elusive moments in architecture, through zoomed-in and panoramic shots, has radically altered the scope and breadth of her work and its conceptual possibilities.

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