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random sequence

[′ran·dəm ′sē·kwəns]
(metallurgy)
A longitudinal sequence of weld beads deposited in random increments.
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After being exposed to the blocked-trial procedure until the criterion was met, the children were exposed to sessions in which the three stimulus pairs (A, B and C) were presented in a random sequence.
The test required sustained concentration, and asked subjects to react rapidly when certain letters flashed briefly on a screen amid a random sequence of other letters.
Aug 24-Sep 22 VIRGO A RANDOM sequence of events that happen this week will seem to have some unifying and spiritual theme, once you read this.
To illustrate the effects that a PDN can have on signals, consider a setup of a single DDR4 byte lane running at 2400 Mt/s, with each signal running a unique random sequence.
A LINGUISTICS expert believes he has cracked The Shugborough Code - a random sequence of letters on a stately home monument that has baf-baf fled historians for over 200 years.
To characterize DRV, we performed random sequence amplification and deep sequencing with the 454 GS Junior Instrument (Roche, Basel, Switzerland) with DRV-infected Vero cell supernatants as described (6).
In a random sequence like tossing a coin, a run of one event (heads) makes people think the other outcome (tails) is due next; this is known as the 'gambler's fallacy'.
The result is a consistent gate exchange time of only 18 seconds for a completely random sequence of models production-meaning production planners are given unparalleled freedom to adjust mixed-model sequencing to meet demand.
It deploys an industrial robot that picks up packs in random sequence from any of three production lines, and accurately places each pack on the appropriate pallet.
To get a sense of the energy and temperature ranges here, a DNA sequence of about equal numbers of A:T and G:C base pairs, about 13 base pairs in total length, has a Tm of around 37[degrees]C, while a similar random sequence of about 20 bases has a Tm of about 51[degrees]C Making sequences longer or more G:C rich raises the Tm.
The subjects received for 3 weeks each and in random sequence, once-daily diltiazem at 360 mg, verapamil at 240 mg, metoprolol at 100 mg, and carvedilol at 25 mg.
In the critical and stressful moments after an incident, the current format of license plates does not cognitively align with our ability to instantly capture its random sequence of numbers and letters.