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modularity

[‚mäj·ə′lar·əd·ē]
(computer science)
The property of functional flexibility built into a computer system by assembling discrete units which can be easily joined to or arranged with other parts or units.

modularity

The characteristic of a system that has been divided into smaller subsystems which interact with each other.
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A local modularity gain is calculated to help identify the destination community for node i that gives the biggest increase in modularity.
Also, our system of modularity allows us to have more technical people able to handle your machine, and a better spare parts service level in all the important weaving markets than any competitor.
"Modularity is already an indispensable concept in car design--our lineup today consists of vehicles that are built on modular platforms and components," Lo says.
Motorola's implementation of modularity inspires concept in how seamless it is.
Number of major communities found as depicted in Table 2 show a strong interaction between communities as it falls between 0.3-0.7 ideal modularity values.
It is not affected by the resolution limit as the methods based on modularity. The third famous feature of LPA is its randomness, which includes random initial label, random order of label update, and randomly picking one of the maximal labels as the vertex label when the maximal label is not unique.
BioTek's Synergy HTX Multi Mode Microplate Reader boasts practical functionality, user-friendly software and affordable modularity. The system is offered as an entry level multi mode reader to automate UV/Vis absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence and AlphaScreen/ AlphaLISA assays in 6- to 384-well microplates in 2 [mu]L samples with proprietary Take3 micro-volume plates.
Component sharing modularity and component swapping modularity use the same components to span both product variants and product families.
In this study, in order to respond to a social network-based worm more promptly, graphs are generated on the basis of social network data, and subgroups having higher modularity values are generated using modularity.
Finally, there's modularity in printing widths, ranging from 5.3" (135 mm) to the standard 13" (330 mm) to as wide as 20.9" (530 mm).The DSI is therefore 'geared for the future': a customer can start with a CMYK configuration on a 7.9" (200 mm) print width and upgrade the machine to a 13" (330 mm) width with 10 print positions.
Semantic Dependencies and Modularity of Aspect-Oriented Software.
Inferring Developmental Modularity from Morphological Integration: Analysis of Individual Variation and Asymmetry in Bumblebee Wings.

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