procedural representation

procedural representation

[prə′sē·jə·rəl ‚rep·rə·zen′tā·shən]
(computer science)
The representation of certain concepts in a computer by procedures or programs in some appropriate language, rather than by static data items such as numbers or lists.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The new Director also has a 10-year-long career as a lawyer for the National Expert Doctors' Committee at the Health Ministry, in the Chief Prosecutor's Administration, and in the Directorate "Procedural Representation of Republic of Bulgaria before the European Human Rights Court" with the Justice Ministry.
(120) Kymlicka indicated that there are many examples of boundary commissions' "drawing boundaries to correspond with 'communities of interest', such as farmers, workers, immigrant groups, and religious sects." (121) Since districting continues to take into account group interests under the label of "communities of interest", it is incorrect to suggest that procedural representation has ever been the Canadian reality or ideal.