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instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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We can express the "trigger-response" relationship in the specific control system by instantiating the pattern P1.
Then, SRAND starts the search by instantiating the provided variable, while the remaining ones are selected at random.
nekoliko Jovanovih ljuba:znosti/*ljubazno:sti several Jovan's kindnesses.PSN/kindnesses.SSN 'several events instantiating Jovan's kindness' b.razne opa:snosti/*opasno:sti diverse dangers/'dangerousnesses' 'diverse dangers
And the third group was taught the words along with gestures instantiating the grouping strategy but focusing attention on the wrong numbers-a V-shaped hand indicating 2+8, followed by a point at blank.
Enumeration creates one branch by instantiating a variable (e.g., x=v) and another branch (e.g., x=/=v) for backtracking when the first branch cannot lead to any solution.
All of these studies leave open the possibility of delayed effects in our study such that the effect of instantiating the subordinate meaning will not appear until the fixation following that in which the reader fixates on the ambiguous noun.
To establish the feasibility of our approach for instantiating information-need templates, we let our system formulate information needs based on the EPRs of 85 patients.
The royalty-free INTEGRITY RTOS resides on the ARM925 core and together with DSP/BIOS Link, provides secure management and control for the booting of the DSP along with instantiating the algorithms required by a specific function into DSP internal memory.
A key benefit is that new language-specific refactoring tools can be constructed by instantiating our generic framework with the specification mappings to each individual language.
A leitmotif in the book is an assertion of the ancient rhetorician Demetrius comparing the members in a periodic style to the stones "supporting and holding together a vaulted dome." Unfortunately, this passage does not seem to be known to the Renaissance authors under discussion, but Eriksen proceeds in his introduction to emphasize Augustine's use of periodic constructions in certainly influential writings and, more importantly, his ascription of religious significance to such structuring, as symbolic of -- and instantiating -- cosmic order.
A better interpretation of these passages thus seems to be that sensation tells us that phenomenal properties are instantiated at a certain place, without telling us anything about which particulars, if any, are doing the instantiating. To maintain such neutrality, sensation would not have to stop short of predication; after all, it is hard to understand the difference between the claim Something is red at location L and the claim Redness is instantiated at L.
The algorithms after instantiating a variable will use its value as a query window to restrict the possible values of subsequent variables.