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merge

[mərj]
(computer science)
To create an ordered set of data by combining properly the contents of two or more sets of data, each originally ordered in the same manner as the output data set. Also known as mesh.

merge

To combine two separate sets of data into one set. The resulting data may be in their original order or resequenced by key field or some other attribute of the data. See merge sort and merge purge. See also mail merge and concatenate.
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Psychologists and brain scientists point out a relationship between these two ways of mergence. In his theory of "emotions rooted in instincts," Plutchik relates pleasure, happiness, joy, and ecstasy to the reproduction instinct (see Table 1).
In [27], the authors propose a hierarchical visual word mergence framework based on graph-embedding.
"The cash-repatriation problems have eased significantly [after] the easing of sanctions on Iran ," said Peter Takaendesa, portfolio manager at Mergence Investment Managers, according to Business Day .
He contrasts figures on surveillance from the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) and the Dominion Police, and assesses their mergence into the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in 1919-1920 (88).
The code extraction and code mergence techniques on which Virtuoso relies do not guarantee 100% reliable, and can only be accessed the data which is obtained through the OS API, so the limitations of Virtuoso are obvious.
Integration, mergence, content and social are all terms routinely waved around by advertising agencies and public relations firms these days, and it's no wonder that people are struggling to distinguish between once distinct communications practices.
The Cabinet called on the private and public sectors to collaborate with one another to conduct a study on the prospect of a mergence of certain government entities.
In any mergence of a one within a crowd--any reconstitution of the articulate body or "self" as work--Miller sees a processual erasure.
The field of manufacturing technology has totally been renovated with emergence of nanotechnology and mergence of nanoscience with material science, biology, biotechnology and medicine that has completely novelized various arrays of biomedical engineering.
He also welcome mergence of adhoc relief in basic pay of government employees, however, urged the government to increase raise in the salaries and pensions.
For mild weather, there's the lightweight five-pocket Sward Pants ($114.99) and Mergence Jacket ($149.99).