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sequencer

[′sē·kwən·sər]
(computer science)
A machine which puts items of information into a particular order, for example, it will determine whether A is greater than, equal to, or less than B, and sort or order accordingly. Also known as sorter.
(engineering)
A mechanical or electronic device that may be set to initiate a series of events and to make the events follow in a given sequence.

sequencer

(music)
Any system for recording and/or playback of music via a programmable memory which stores music not as audio data, but as some representation of notes. The most common modern usage of "sequencer" is to refer to systems (whether in software, or as a feature of devices like synthesizers or drum machines) that deal with MIDI data.
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For improved control, however, Remote Sequencer now provides an extended playout control of rundowns at the level of individual channels and Take IDs.
In terms of hardware (DNA sequencers) platforms, the technology takes advantages of 10x-Genomics[R] technology, which integrates a novel bar-coding strategy with Illumina[R] NGS with an advantage of revealing long-range sequence information, and therefore particularly suitable for augmenting the assembly of long erroneous 3GS reads.
'The sequencer used in the lighting system of a giant lantern has the same function as that of the rotor in creating a sequence or play of lights.
The MinION DNA sequencer is among the nearly 2,223 kg of cargo scheduled to be launched to the station on Monday aboard a SpaceX Dragon capsule.
When the last sequencer starts its operation, the dripper starts to fill the timer reservoir until the moment the float ball rod activates the trigger and the plunger makes the position shift.
Unamplified Cap Analysis of Gene Expression on a single molecule sequencer. Genome Research (2011).
The genetic analysis market, using next-generation sequencer, is currently valued at USD1bn and is expected to reach USD4bn in 2015, PSS said.
The first study used the Genome Sequencer FLX System to perform ultra-deep targeted resequencing to detect rare HIV variants across the same samples at 11 research institutions.
XPii comes with one or two placement heads, 8 or 12 nozzles, tape or feeder trolleys, a matrix tray sequencer and an internal matrix tray.
It's a sampling keyboard which means you can basically record any sound you want and turn it into a song with the built-in sequencer. A sequencer is the bit of kit that allows you to arrange musical elements into different rhythms and so on.
Adaptive control implemented using software sequencer controller which were enhanced with logical expressions, execution control operators and subroutines.
A cutting-edge 'genome sequencer', the first of its kind in Africa, was set up in Pretoria this March, slashing vital research result times from a year to 2 days and helping local scientists pinpoint causes for dangerous drug resistances such as in TB.

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