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increment

A portion, as of property or time. Developers build subdivisions in phases or increments, completing one section in order to gauge market demand before starting another section. Lawyers bill in minimum increments of 6, 10, 15, or 30 minutes depending on the particular lawyer and local custom,so a 3-minute phone call might be billed as any of these time increments.
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It is of interest, therefore, that very slow WR incrementation rates can result in a V[O.sub.2] response in the supra-[[theta].sub.L] region that is concave upwards (Hansen et al., 1988; Zoladz et al., 1995, Whipp and Mahler 1980), presumably reflective of the V[O.sub.2]sc having sufficient time to be expressed.
Hence, we offered a thesis that transformations, leaps in artistic styles are leaps in the incrementation of cosmic awareness traced, above all, by artists.
Building up a discourse domain then, involves incrementation, i.e.
In Koyukon medicine traveler stories repetitions often are indicative of an incrementation in the traveler's medicine power.
17 Actually, Blakemore's essay falls within the post-Gricean tradition of Relevance Theory, which was initiated by Deirdre Wilson and Dan Sperber and which seeks to reduce the number of Gricean conversational maxims to just one, "Be relevant." Wilson and Sperber define relevance in terms of the technical notion of "contextual implications," which are the by-product obtained "when the addition of a proposition to a context modifies the context in a way that goes beyond the mere incrementation of that context with the proposition itself and all its logical implications" (381).
For Wilson and Sperber, the "universal aim" of discourse processing "is to obtain the maximum of contextual implications in return for any processing effort expended" (382)--contextual implications being the byproduct obtained "when the addition of a proposition to a context modifies the context in a way that goes beyond the mere incrementation of that context With the proposition itself and all its logical implications" (381).
The incrementation of meaning that results creates a strong bond between the narrator (whether Freud or Lisa) and the reader looking over the narrator's shoulder, so to speak.
By swapping of i and j, and subsequent incrementation of i and j, invariant 12 is restored.
Incrementation -- Considering only minor variations to the last decision choice beating on the problem.
The incrementation blocks are used to finding the sizes of the stages in the hybrid variable latency carry save adder structure.