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The following example of adjectival seriation also depends on antithesis:
HENDRICKSON, A spectral algorithm for seriation and the consecutive ones problem, SIAM J.
Carter has seriated the pottery by type and by period (2, 3, and 4) by means of the Bonn Seriation Archaeological Seriation Package (pp.
The relative effectiveness of hands-on and computer-simulated manipulatives in teaching seriation, classification, geometric, and arithmetic concepts to kindergarten children.
For uncovering structure within one or more confusion matrices, I propose the implementation of seriation methods, cluster analysis, and scaling.
By the 1930s, both stratigraphic and seriation analysis, or the dating based on culture and era-specific pottery styles, had become the norm throughout the Americas, and the results quickly showed the coherent evolution of American societies.
Within Piaget's concrete operational thought stage (Brainerd 1978), this activity involves the process called seriation that refers to the ability to put items in a series or sequence.
The data allowed us to develop stone-use seriation patterns, determine stone provenance, and assess regional weathering patterns.
In the growth plates, chondrocyte seriation, longitudinal septa formation, and cartilage mineralization were absent, and the primary trabeculae did not contain an axial cartilaginous core.
Flannery's data on the presence or absence of each of these different rodent species do not yield to a meaningful ordinal seriation of the separate species.
As Foucault (1975: 145) noted, discipline can only proceed through a manipulation of time and space, and hence the rigid control of space and the temporal seriation of activities in prisons.
1:20 USING AUGMENTED SERIATION TO STUDY THE SCHOOL DATA OF THE UNITED STATES: A GEOGRAPHIC DATA ANALYSIS TOOL