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instantiate

instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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1 of Dart's successful PowerTCP Internet toolkit line and includes additional enhancements such as apartment model threading and the capability to dynamically instantiate the controls without placing them on a form.
By offering an inductor toolkit to its customers, Jazz enables circuit designers to instantiate fully scalable inductor components, driven by design inputs such as outer dimension, line width, line space, and number of turns.
The IHII project is validating software code components required to instantiate a HIE that conforms to IBM's Health Information Framework, a Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) approach to connecting the healthcare and life sciences ecosystem.
Properties (including relations), the universals they instantiate, and the individuals into which they are woven are all there is" (p.
A simple C++ function call can be used to turn a C array into a RAM, or you can instantiate RAM blocks by hand and manually implement a low level RAM driver.
One standard strategy selects the variable with the smallest domain, and instantiates it with the first value of its domain.
Lucretianism is the thesis that the world instantiates irreducibly past-tensed properties.
Tom Johnstone (the scientist supervising the project) I have developed a parametric technique for analyzing how the brain instantiates the perceptual transition from innocuous to painful levels of sensory input (Johnstone et al, 2012).
An adherent of this theory might say that a certain cat is red because it possesses a redness-trope, but that it is a cat because it instantiates the universal CAT.
It indicates or instantiates a theater in real space and real time.