set class

set class

[′set ‚klas]
(computer science)
The collection of set occurrences that have been or may be created in accordance with a particular set description.
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The judge set class damages for back pay at $1,976,899 with interest.
Students, perhaps more so than any other stakeholder in American educational systems, are aware that the traditional university model of set class times in brick-and-mortar classroom spaces no longer works for many.
Most students follow a set class schedule and attend different classes every hour, but when they go into the science classroom, for example, everyone is likely working on different material.
By running it, she was able to bring her children to work with her, hire teachers for them, establish curriculum and set class sizes.
Through our guarantee facil- ity, the AGF assists financial institu- tions in covering the risks associated with SME financing and enables them to increase their portfolio in that as- set class.
Aspose.Cells for .NET 9.0.0 - Check if a ChartPoint Resides on a Secondary Plot, Update ActiveX Control and Set Class Identifier for OleObjects
There are no set class times so one student can log in and catch up on assignments at 2 a.m.
"Bournonville had a set class for each day of the week, Monday through Friday," says Hindberg, reflecting on the idea of repetition and return.
The Computer Vision System Toolbox includes a stereo camera calibration app, 3D point-cloud viewer and image set class for large collections of images.
To make the decision, the training set class with the greater number of similar feature sets is established as the class to which the test image belongs.
Many of these trichords will also share similar set class relationships with trichords from other lynes.
"We strongly believe that multi-family properties are resilient and important as set class and we have been and will continue to grow our portfolio in this sector in markets across the country," said Jared Kuishner, CEO of the firm.