temporal relation


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n temporal relation a relation involving time
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In literature:

There are in Japanese no relative pronouns and no temporal conjunctions; conjunctions, that is, for connecting consecutive events.
"The Soul of the Far East" by Percival Lowell
The interrogative temporal adverb, related to the interrogative pronoun "kiu", is "kiam", when, at what time?
"A Complete Grammar of Esperanto" by Ivy Kellerman Reed
In this sense those who interpret rhythm as fundamentally dependent on the maintenance of certain temporal relations are correct.
"Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1" by Various
Therefore various lives cannot be dated in a common time, but have no temporal relations to one another.
"Winds Of Doctrine" by George Santayana
For in that case temporal relations could not relate thoughts.
"The Concept of Nature" by Alfred North Whitehead
Defined in these terms, progress turns out to be a relative, local, temporal, and secular phenomenon.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
The principles to be established relate to the two kinds of temporal relation apprehended in the world of nature, viz.
"Kant's Theory of Knowledge" by Harold Arthur Prichard
To the goods of the temporal order they are applicable only relatively.
"Mary, Help of Christians" by Various
Since all known things are in time, a causal law must take account of temporal relations.
"Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy" by Bertrand Russell
If the relation is temporal, this general statement is known by some such name as the law of causality.
"International Congress of Arts and Science, Volume I" by Various

In news:

State Rep Judd Matheny is apparently unhappy with the relatively little power afforded to him by the title of House speaker pro tempore.

In science:

Related Temporal Networks This section summarizes three kinds of temporal networks from the literature: Simple Temporal Networks, Conditional Simple Temporal Problems, and Simple Temporal Networks with Uncertainty.
The Dynamic Controllability of Conditional STNs with Uncertainty
For example, in the CSTP algorithm, Tsamardinos et al. (2003) first derive a related Disjunctive Temporal Problem (DTP), and then solve it using a dedicated DTP solver that is optimized by a variety of constraint-satisfaction heuristics.
The Dynamic Controllability of Conditional STNs with Uncertainty
The Green-Kubo relation highlights the importance of the corresponding temporal auto-correlation function by connecting its integral with the diffusion coefficient of the transport process in the original space .
Space-time velocity correlation function for random walks
Spatial disorder shows a relatively stronger localization effect compared to the temporal and spatio-temporal disorder.
Disorder induced localization and enhancement of entanglement in one- and two-dimensional quantum walks
Fourier transform of the magnetic field related to the entire source volume, while wω′ is the temporal Fourier transform of the particle acceleration taken along its trajectory, so these two quantities have different number and different meaning of their independent arguments.
Comment on the paper "Diffusive Synchrotron Radiation from Relativistic Shocks of Gamma-Ray Burst Sources" by G. D. Fleishman