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Definition of the noun abstractness

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noun - plural: abstractnesses

  1. the quality of being considered apart from a specific instance or object

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Google previewArchitecting Systems with Trustworthy Components (2006)

International Seminar, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, December 12-17, 2004. Revised Selected Papers by Ralf H. Reussner, Judith A. Stafford, Clemens A. Szyperski

Cl Full abstractness means that the refinement relation on components is...

Google previewOn Germanic Linguistics (1992)

Issues and Methods by Irmengard Rauch, Gerald F. Carr, Robert L. Kyes

The evaluation measure is called abstractness, which we define more formally as in (13): (13) A rule or representation X...

Google previewPower, Form, and Mind (1981)

by Arthur Berndtson

Abstractness is the second formal trait of universals. The abstract sometimes is...

Google previewThe Structure of Appearance (2012)

by Nelson Goodman

Whereas abstractness is a matter of partial indeterminateness, universality is rather a matter of multiplicity of instances. For example, a color or a color-spot is abstract through lacking a time quality, but is "The terms “category” and “sense ...

Google previewGrammaticalization at Work (1997)

Studies of Long-term Developments in English by Matti Rissanen, Merja Kytö, Kirsi Heikkonen

Speaking about there compounds in Presentday English it seems that abstractness is the term that would characterize the compound adverbs most conveniently, e.g. therein is felt to be a more abstract spatial expression than the combination ...

Google previewModeling and Simulating Software Architectures (2016)

The Palladio Approach by Ralf H. Reussner, Steffen Becker, Jens Happe, Robert Heinrich, Anne Koziolek, Heiko Koziolek, Max Kramer, Klaus Krogmann

Abstractness is the ratio between abstract (e.g., interfaces, abstract classes) and nonabstract elements in a component. The instability metric indicates the probability that a component has to be changed in the future. The metric is higher if the ...

Google previewThe Arbore Language (1984)

A First Investigation, Including a Vocabulary by Dick Hayward

The principle adopted here for constraining abstractness is that an underlying representation may only differ from its surface representation if the two can be linked by one or more exception-less rules. Thus, in situations of allomorphic variation ...

Google previewThe Catholic University Bulletin (1896)

Abstractness is a result of mental activity which grasps reality in a higher way than sense, and understands it ...

Google previewLevinas and the Ancients (2008)

by Brian Schroeder, Silvia Benso

in a highly qualified sense here, the important aspect of the face and evil's mutual abstractness is that they both signify a disruption without a corresponding leveling of being's horizon. In other words, despite this disturbance, the totality of ...

Google previewMiddle Range Theories (2009)

Application to Nursing Research by Sandra J. Peterson, Timothy S. Bredow

Abstractness is another point that Meleis says is necessary to examine when analyzing a theory. Analyzing abstractness is an attempt to determine the width of the gaps between the theories, ...

Google previewGaither's Dictionary of Scientific Quotations (2008)

A Collection of Quotations Pertaining to Archaeology, Architecture, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Cosmology, Darwinism, Death, Engineering, Geology, Life, Mathematics, Medicine, Nature, Nursing, Paleontology, Philosophy, Physics, Probability, Science, Statistics, Technology, Theory, Universe, and Zoology by Carl C. Gaither, Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither

ABSTRACTNESS Bell, E. T. (Eric Temple) 1883–1960 Scottish-American mathematician and educator The root of these troubles seems to be the unimaginative lack of a clearly recognized objective. — If the aim is merely to create new ...

Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia (1915)

by James Orr

Tendencies to Abstractness Transcendence Skepticism Immanence _ogos, Memra and Angels III.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (2009)

by John M Levine, Michael A. Hogg

Features and Applications One distinctive way in which these categories vary systematically is along the abstractness–concreteness dimension, with DAV being the most concrete category, IAV next, followed by SAV, SV, and finally, ADJ and ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3S1T1R1A1C3T1N1E1S1S1

The value of this 12-letter word is 16 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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