sequential selection

sequential selection

[si′kwen·chəl si′lek·shən]
(communications)
The selection of the elements of a message (such as letters) from a set of possible elements (such as the alphabet), one after another.
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SFS was a feature selection process with the underlying "greedy" assumption for sequential selection algorithms.
Two driving modes are possible - automatic for quieter motoring which adapts to the user's driving style, and a more active mode courtesy of sequential selection control.
Their topics include in silico gene discovery, a whole genome-wide association study using a two-stage sequential selection methods, single nucleotide polymorphism tagging, measurement of the effects of genes and environments on complex traits, computer-assisted reading of DNA sequences, evaluation of DNA sequence variants of unknown biological significance, DNA variant databases, protein comparative sequence analysis and computer modeling, microbial protein characterization using peptide-mass fingerprinting, two-dimensional gel electrophoresis for discovery proteomics, decision support systems in clinical bioinformatics, and e-consulting.
Beneath the bonnet lies a transversely-mounted two-litre turbocharged engine generating 290bhp, sending power to the front wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission with steering columnmounted paddle shifts for manual sequential selection.
Beneath the bonnet lies a transversely-mounted twolitre turbo-charged engine generating 290bhp, sending power to the front wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission with steering column-mounted paddle shifts for manual sequential selection.
Mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, there is also a sport mode offering sequential selection for manual gear changing.
Mated to a Tiptronic five-speed automatic transmission it gives you the best of both worlds - effortless smooth-switching auto gear changing or, with a flick of the lever across the gate, clutch less manual sequential selection in Formula One driving style.
Sequential selection method (Branch et al., 1991) was practiced within the early segregating ([F.sub.2], [F.sub.3], and [F.sub.4]) populations, and individual resistant plants were sequentially selected each year under heavy soilborne disease pressure, heavy leafspot disease pressure, and heavy Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) pressure without any fungicide and insecticide applications.
A diagnostic pathway was considered different if the sequential selection of tests indicated by the respondent for the given simulation was different either in the exact order of tests selected or the total number of tests selected from other pathways selected by respondents in their practitioner group.
This suggests that there was no advantage in having the dots presented in a manner that offered a sequential selection pattern to reach the target other than the close proximity of those dots to the cursor.
Beneath the bonnet lies a two-litre turbocharged engine generating 290bhp, sending power to the front wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission with steering column-mounted paddle shifts for manual sequential selection.
Mated to a Tiptronic five-speed automatic transmission, it gives you the best of both worlds ( effortless smooth-switching auto gear-changing or, with a flick of the lever across the gate, clutchless manual sequential selection in Formula 1 driving style.
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