simultaneity


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simultaneity

[‚sī·məl·tə′nē·əd·ē]
(mechanics)
Two events have simultaneity, relative to an observer, if they take place at the same time according to a clock which is fixed relative to the observer.
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Visual simultaneity derives from the repetition of similar elements.
While, the growing potential maximum, vigor index, simultaneity grow, plant height and number of leaves and number of tillers at the age of 60 and 90 days after planting showed no significant interaction between the genotypes of rice with irradiation dose of gamma rays used.
The limitations chiefly concern certain political topics, such as town planning and financing, rather than issues directly related to simultaneity and its representation.
The major physical tools in the long training process to achieve the simultaneity of myriad-mindedness are the computer and the Internet, but at present, the basic principle upon which improvements in computer functions are pursued remains mechanical, additive, the creation of more and more marketable apps--accession to more things faster.
Chapter three considers the possibility that phenomena of simultaneity and delay are all aspects of some infinite continuum: eternity.
Rather than producing a teleology, the marriage plot is a search for simultaneity, or what Barrett Browning calls "mutual time" that attempts to create a sense of the whole from discrepant temporalities and genres (4.
It includes a very interesting discussion of simultaneity in Aristotle's thought and the sense in which Aristotle accepts temporal passage as well as how Aristotle's conception of temporal passage avoids the paradoxes of an A-series account of time as developed by J.
Using a model in which the dialectic of simultaneity and delay organizes time into elastic rhythms, he analyzes the time-structure of such diverse phenomena as atonal music, political decision making, leaps of memory and the boredom of waiting, and simultaneities and delays in everyday experience and behavior.
Their simultaneity cannot be stated; it can only be evoked" (286).
Through this collaboration and process simultaneity, the MCBL is working to improve acquisition timelines and get capabilities to soldiers faster.
She deploys the notions of sequentiality and simultaneity to address the ideologies associated with these different conceptions of time, as well as the possibility of bringing them together.
Syria used to press for what it called 'the simultaneity of negotiation tracks' of all Arab countries at the negotiation table with Israel, especially Lebanon.