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generic

(dʒəˈnɛrɪk)
mod. cheap; plain; undesirable. I don’t want any old generic car, I want something with power and good looks.
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Our contribution aims to improve the scalability and contributes significantly to the genericity of the hierarchical Master Worker models by its important characteristics, it can be easily implemented on any existing P2P architecture, and then benefits from their advantages (scalability, self organization, fault tolerance.
2] on U enforcing the genericity condition, (2) the ordering of the associated orthonormal frame ([Y.
We see the advantages of aspects but leave out genericity.
Sang-kwon's inability to act upon the world is thus a source rather than a byproduct of the film's abortive claim to genericity.
Schaeffer, "Literary Genres and Textual Genericity," in The Future of Literary Theory, ed.
The movement to disengage painting from mimetic space consisted in producing the pictorial configuration's genericity, not as an induced or secondary effect, but as the central volition.
1 is the only language to offer multiple inheritance, genericity and Design by Contract for .
However, Chinese event extraction technology is not mature, we ignore the relevant attributes of event, including type, subtype, modality, polarity, genericity and tense.
problem closely related to genericity and descriptiveness is
It is not clear whether genericity should also be regarded as operator category at the interpersonal level of the NP (Figure 3), one reason being that there does not seem to be a single language that has developed a special article (i.
Instrumentation, Genericity, Transversality" is opening new ways of thinking in the dynamic areas of "national systems of innovation", "knowledge-based economy".
Some of the key features in the release include: integration of natural language G2 rules, genericity, simplified block configuration, simplified data I/O, improved semantics for time, and object passing.
Furthermore, the genericity of the underlying approach allows the incorporation of extended safety criteria by adapting the logic of the safety policy and the proof generator.
In this article, I will investigate genericity from a cross-linguistic perspective.
Genericity and the denotation of common nouns in Brazilian Portuguese.