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Keywords and Sections
AI PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS
PROGRAMS
FUNCTIONS
INTEREST
WIDE VARIETY
PHENOMENON
AUTHORS
STUDENTS
INTRODUCTION
PAPER
ESCAPE
FUNCTIONAL
ASPECTS
IDEAS
THINKING
EXAMPLES
ETC
SENTENCES
ACUTE PANCREATITIS
DISCIPLINES
FRAMEWORKS
CERTAIN NUMBER
SCIENCE
MODERN SCIENCE
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
CONCEPTS
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
HISTORY
POLITICAL ECONOMY
SUPPLETION
MARKETING
NUMBER
THEORY
SHIFT
PROGRAMMING
FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGES
NOUNS
VERBS
STUDY
SOCIOBIOLOGY
POLYTHEISM
KUHN
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    This Review contains major "Paradigms"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Verb paradigms are frequently organized as person against number or tense.
  2. These paradigms are commonly applied to questions of social evolution by american archaeologists.
  3. These paradigms were the future perfect indicative (CANTĀVĒRŌ) and the perfect subjunctive (CANTĀVERIM). So… Are there any students of Asturian, etc. (Web site)
  4. Some paradigms are based on obsolete root words, or roots that have changed meaning.
  5. These paradigms are (1) structural functionalism, (2) conflict, and (3) symbolic interactionism.

Ai Programming

  1. See also negation by failure, Kamin's interpreters, Paradigms of AI Programming, Aditi.

Programming Paradigms

  1. Different programming languages support different styles of programming (called programming paradigms).

Programs

  1. In order to combine both paradigms and get the advantages from both worlds, some programs offer WYSIWYG input on a LaTeX basis.

Functions

  1. Methods may be specified as clauses or functions, thus the two declarative paradigms are incorporated at the method level of the object-oriented paradigm. (Web site)

Interest

  1. These paradigms will be of as much interest to philologists and ethnolinguists as they may be to ornithologists. (Web site)

Wide Variety

  1. Both languages support a wide variety of programming styles and paradigms and satisfy practitioners and theoreticians equally. (Web site)

Phenomenon

  1. The phenomenon of verb paradigms being composites of parts of different earlier verbs can best be observed in an example from recorded language history. (Web site)

Authors

  1. The authors looked at word recognition using two different paradigms (lexical decision and eye-tracking).

Students

  1. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages.

Introduction

  1. In this introduction the authors develop a 2x2 matrix scheme to help classify and understand existing sociological theories based on four major paradigms. (Web site)
  2. Introduction I like to try out different programming paradigms.

Paper

  1. This paper describes an approach that integrates both paradigms: grid-based and topological. (Web site)
  2. The paper considers the sociological paradigms and associated organisational metaphors which underlie current approaches to building procurement. (Web site)

Escape

  1. In contrast, RMTg lesions spare or enhance active fear responses (treading, escape) in these same paradigms. (Web site)
  2. Kropotkin failed to escape the scientific paradigms of the period and constrained anarchist hopes and dreams about the future in a utopian straightjacket.

Functional

  1. A wide variety of programming paradigms, including imperative, functional, and message passing styles, find convenient expression in Scheme. (Web site)
  2. That is, programmers familiar with declarative paradigms (functional and logic programmers) should find Charity easy to grasp.

Aspects

  1. We would make no such valuations, but would use such paradigms and more t o get a fresh view of all aspects of culture-personality-worldview interaction.
  2. Elfis Network - Portal to Possible Paradigms - Multidisciplinary investigation of all aspects of UFOs, mind, and parapsychological inquiry.

Ideas

  1. Rather than inventing new paradigms, all of these movements elaborated upon the ideas invented in the previous decade.

Thinking

  1. The very richness of our thinking about crime, however, leads to questions about the relative merits of these competing paradigms.

Examples

  1. Examples and paradigms can be found on a separate page: Quenya Inflected adjectives.

Etc

  1. Different programmers select different paradigms, techniques, patterns, etc.

Sentences

  1. For his part, Friedrich Nietzsche often composed his sentences according to the paradigms of Demosthenes, whose style he admired. (Web site)

Acute Pancreatitis

  1. Evidence-based treatment of acute pancreatitis: a look at established paradigms. (Web site)

Disciplines

  1. As a result, paradigms and basic truths get lost, and economists (as well as people in other disciplines) can get worse, and not better, over time. (Web site)

Frameworks

  1. Sociological paradigms (or frameworks) are specific 'points of view' used by social scientists in social research. (Web site)

Certain Number

  1. There is a certain number of paradigms, each different from the other. (Web site)

Science

  1. Thomas Kuhn argued that science always involves " paradigms," sets of (often unstated) assumptions, rules, practices, etc.

Modern Science

  1. We present a domain-theoretic synthesis of two major paradigms of modern science and technology: Differential Calculus and Computer Science. (Web site)

Cognitive Psychology

  1. The late nineteenth and early twentieth century put memory within the paradigms of cognitive psychology.

Concepts

  1. The programme introduces you to concepts, paradigms and functions as well as engaging underlying applications and tools for network management.

Programming Language

  1. A programming language can support multiple paradigms.
  2. Source code is written in a programming language that usually follows one of two main paradigms: imperative or declarative programming. (Web site)

Programming Languages

  1. Sather also takes inspiration from other programming languages and paradigms. (Web site)
  2. Even in the sub-area of programming languages, it has been applied to different paradigms, especially the logic, functional and objectoriented ones. (Web site)

History

  1. His review of the history of science demonstrates that paradigms are responsible for far more successes in science than delays. (Web site)
  2. On the history of their paradigms, see: go (verb) and Indo-European copula. (Web site)

Political Economy

  1. The paradigms of political economy may be classified based on their view of distributing the social costs and benefits, and the capital costs and benefits.

Suppletion

  1. Some paradigms do not make use of the same stem throughout; this phenomenon is called suppletion.

Marketing

  1. This paper presents a review of contemporary "new marketing" paradigms and uses a framework of time, place and role to explain the derivation of these ideas.

Number

  1. In the 1960s, a number of young, primarily American archaeologists, such as Lewis Binford, rebelled against the paradigms of cultural history.
  2. Microsoft Research (MSR) has been dabbling with a number of new programming languages and paradigms. (Web site)
  3. The Ada programming language is a versatile general purpose programming language that supports a number of programming paradigms.

Theory

  1. Eiffel's design is closely based on Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) theory, with less influence from other paradigms or support for legacy code.
  2. Parts I and II deal with the philosophical paradigms which are at the root of Peirce's new theory of signs, pragmatic and social. (Web site)

Shift

  1. A major shift was under way to make programs easier to develop and maintain through new language enhancements and programming paradigms.
  2. And they all are indicative of a shift in marketing paradigms from viral marketing to word of mouth marketing.

Programming

  1. Perl has features that support a variety of programming paradigms, such as procedural, functional, and object-oriented.
  2. This paper presents a multiparadigm language I + which is an integration of the three major programming paradigms: object-oriented, logic and functional. (Web site)
  3. In broad strokes, programming languages divide into programming paradigms and a classification by intended domain of use. (Web site)

Functional Programming

  1. Functional programming is defined more by a set of common concerns and themes than any list of distinctions from other paradigms.

Language

  1. The language can be used as a common framework for expressing and manipulating algorithms for a variety of paradigms. (Web site)
  2. I decided to divide them according to the paradigms they supported and present them by listing certain characteristics of each language. (Web site)
  3. Instead, metatable and metamethods are used to extend the language to support both programming paradigms in an elegant and straight-forward manner.

Languages

  1. The text generator scans the database and divides the languages into categories according to the paradigms supported by each language. (Web site)
  2. Languages and the paradigms they inspire are part of the programmer's bag of tools. (Web site)
  3. Although most languages were designed to support a specific programming paradigm, many general languages are flexible enough to support multiple paradigms. (Web site)

Nouns

  1. The complete number of different paradigms for nouns is somewhere about 200. (Web site)

Verbs

  1. Such verbs are called 'weak' (verba infirma, 'weak verbs') and their paradigms must be given special attention. (Web site)

Study

  1. Marketing is no stranger to "big new ideas" which purport to be new paradigms for the study of the discipline.
  2. Text linguistics: Early text linguists concentrated on the development of various paradigms for the study of how sentences interconnect.

Sociobiology

  1. The analytical processes of sociobiology use paradigms and population statistics similar to actuarial analyses of the insurance industry or game theory.

Polytheism

  1. These movements are extremely diverse, with beliefs that range widely from polytheism to animism, to pantheism and other paradigms.
  2. Neo-Pagan religious movements are extremely diverse, with beliefs that range widely from polytheism to animism, to pantheism and other paradigms. (Web site)
  3. The beliefs of adherents of Neopaganism range widely from duotheism to polytheism, and even monotheistic and other paradigms.

Kuhn

  1. We also draw on Kuhn’s work (1970) for his discussions of paradigms, paradigm shift, and change as it relates to thinking.

Categories

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  2. Paradigm
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