concatenation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n concatenation the act of linking together as in a series or chain
    • n concatenation a series of things depending on each other as if linked together "the chain of command","a complicated concatenation of circumstances"
    • n concatenation the linking together of a consecutive series of symbols or events or ideas etc "it was caused by an improbable concatenation of circumstances"
    • n concatenation the state of being linked together as in a chain; union in a linked series
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Concatenation A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession. "The stoics affirmed a fatal, unchangeable concatenation of causes, reaching even to the illicit acts of man's will.""A concatenation of explosions."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n concatenation The state of being concatenated or linked together; a relation of interconnection or interdependence.
    • n concatenation A series of things united like links in a chain; any series of interconnected or interdependent things or events: as, “a concatenation of explosions,”
    • n concatenation The association of a number of nerve-cells in a series to form a nerve or nerve-tract.
    • n concatenation In electricity, same as cascade connection, .
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Concatenation a series of links united: a series of things depending on each other
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. concatenatio,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. con, together, and catena, a chain.

Usage

In literature:

And now came a concatenation.
"The Cloister and the Hearth" by Charles Reade
But this connection they trace not to planetary influences but to a concatenation of natural causes.
"The Evolution of Modern Medicine" by William Osler
Such a concatenation of criticisms.
"The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846" by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
Methinks it would give rise to some odd concatenations.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 110, December, 1866" by Various
Secondly, the discovery of steps of causation between a cause and its remote effects; the interpolation and concatenation of causes.
"Logic" by Carveth Read
It was an unfortunate concatenation of circumstances.
"Cobwebs and Cables" by Hesba Stretton
But I have digressed sadly from the concatenation of ideas.
"The King's Own" by Captain Frederick Marryat
I continue to trace with a briefer touch our intensely odd concatenation.
"Embarrassments" by Henry James
When the States of the South sought to secede, Lincoln, the concatenator, welded them into a solid chain, one and inseparable.
"Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence" by Various
Concatenate: linked together in a chain-like series.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
A week after my conversation with Hermione, the train was fired which led to a very remarkable concatenation of circumstances.
"Paul Patoff" by F. Marion Crawford
The skill with which the events are concatenated in this play corresponds to the truth of its delineation of character.
"The Life of Friedrich Schiller" by Thomas Carlyle
If the world had come to an end in consequence of such a concatenation, I think she would hardly have been surprised.
"Duffels" by Edward Eggleston
Everything is 'in a concatenation accordingly.
"The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete" by John Forster
Judge Bording, by the recent concatenation of events, I am become the host.
"The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton" by Wardon Allan Curtis
Further, money itself does not escape the general laws of concatenation of values.
"The Value of Money" by Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
The concatenation comes, the artist puts the pieces into their places, and the result is permanent wonder.
"The Life of Bret Harte" by Henry Childs Merwin
You will see, however, I am obliged to run wild being attracted by the load-stone concatenation.
"Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends" by John Keats
According to his own statements, he was the unterrified victim of a concatenation of Ku Klux attacks.
"When the Ku Klux Rode" by Eyre Damer
That the Irishman had very well calculated these concatenations, will appear by the subsequent plan which he founded upon them.
"The New-York Weekly Magazine" by Various
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In news:

Are you concatenated with a group.
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In science:

Hence by rotation the concatenation of (xj+1 , xj ′+1 ) will give the vertex just after.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
The sign is easily obtained by noticing that if (xj , xj ′ ) is an arrow of the triangle so is (xj+1 , xj ′ +1 ) and the sign is plus in both case when the concatenation is realised.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
If the direction of (xj , xj ′ ) is in the opposite sens of an existing arrow, so is (xj+1 , xj ′+1 ) and the concatenation will give a minus sign in both cases.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
Arrows under the walks indicate concatenation times.
Random Planar Lattices and Integrated SuperBrownian Excursion
We consider Schr¨odinger operators in ℓ2 (Z) whose potentials are obtained by randomly concatenating words from an underlying set W according to some probability measure ν on W .
Localization for Discrete One Dimensional Random Word Models
We study one-dimensional discrete random Schr¨odinger operators Hω , where the potential is constructed by a random concatenation of finite words, that is, vectors in Rj , 1 ≤ j ≤ m.
Localization for Discrete One Dimensional Random Word Models
Basically, we will study discrete Schr¨odinger operators in one dimension whose potentials are obtained by randomly concatenating blocks from an underlying set of words.
Localization for Discrete One Dimensional Random Word Models
The concatenation of strings x and y is denoted xy .
Independence Properties of Algorithmically Random Sequences
Subgraph id is determined by concatenating the rows of the subgraph adjacency matrix and representing the resulting vector as a binary number.
Subgraphs in random networks
If X is a set, then X ∗ denotes the free monoid (under concatenation) generated by X with e standing for the empty string.
Randomness Relative to Cantor Expansions
For w, v ∈ X ∗ and x ∈ X ω let wv , wx be the concatenation between w and v , x, respectively.
Randomness Relative to Cantor Expansions
Then for some x and some Pi , the path formed by concatenating infinitely many copies of Pi starting at any x + y , with y ∈ L, is almost surely taut.
Random Surfaces
Finally, we show how countably many independent tra jectories having the distribution of the original walk can be generated by concatenating steps of the observed tra jectory.
Random walks in random environment: What a single trajectory tells
Here we show that infinitely many independent tra jectories drawn under Pµ can be generated by concatenating steps of the single tra jectory at our disposal.
Random walks in random environment: What a single trajectory tells
For instance, a rough estimate in Ref. shows that through concatenated coding, quantum computation can tolerate leakage error at a percent level per gate, as compared to the error threshold of about 10−5 for general quantum errors .
Scalable photonic quantum computation through cavity-assisted interaction
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