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.
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Tenders are invited for Advisory service in legal matters, procedural representation and technical defense in the province of Malaga for Ibermutuamur.
The underlying assumption of procedural representation is that democratic legitimacy comes from the method by which representatives are chosen, that is, through a franchise of equal individuals.
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.
Procedural representation can theoretically work to the extent that candidates run on a platform that is clearly set out.
Contract notice: Services procedural representation of the provincial council of gipuzkoa.
The combinational representation principle is based on the idea that problem-solving performance can be improved when the learner can selectively access and manipulate both conceptual and corresponding procedural representations (Anderson, 1983; Mayer & Wittrock, 1996).
This piece was computed on a massively parallel computer, and the software uses symbolic mathematical and procedural representations for generating the images.