Convergence

[sustainability science] Convergence in sustainability sciences refers to mechanisms and pathways that lead towards sustainability with a specific focus on `Equity within biological planetary limits`. These pathways and mechanisms explicitly advocate equity and recognise the need for redistribution of the Earth`s resources in order for huma...
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Convergence

[painting] Convergence is a 1952 oil painting by Jackson Pollock. ...
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Convergence

[Net-25 program] Convergence is a 30-minute television program in the Philippines featuring the latest tech buzz, new websites, answers tech questions, new game releases, and celebrities who have converged with technology. The show airs every Saturday at 8:00 pm (12:00 NN UTC) on Net 25, and it is hosted by Nikki Veron Cruz, Kyle Nofuente, ...
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Convergence

[routing] Convergence is the state of a set of routers that have the same topological information about the internetwork in which they operate. For a set of routers to have converged, they must have collected all available topology information from each other via the implemented routing protocol, the information they gathered must not contr...
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Convergence

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convergence

Similarities which have arisen independently in two or more organisms that are not closely related. Contrast with homology.
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Convergence

phenotypic similarity in distantly related (or unrelated) forms, presumably in response to similar selective pressures.
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Convergence

The movement of the price of a futures contract toward the price of the underlying cash commodity. At the start, the contract price is higher because of the time value. But as the contract nears expiration, the futures price and the cash price converge.
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Convergence

For computers, halting with an answer; for dynamical systems, falling into an attractor; for searches (e.g., backpropagation and genetic algorithms), finding a location that cannot be improved upon; for infinite summations, approaching a definite value.
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Convergence

Is the behavior of a cash commodity or the underlying security instrument and the derivative moving towards one another.
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Convergence

The contact at the sea surface between two water masses converging, one plunging below the other
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convergence

The quasi-horizontal flow of a fluid toward a common destination from different directions. When waters of different origins come together at a point or along a line (convergence line), the denser water from one side sinks under the lighter water from other side. The ocean convergence lines are the polar, subtropical, tropical, and equatorial. Also...
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convergence

[n] - the occurrence of two or more things coming together 2. [n] - the approach of an infinite series to a finite limit 3. [n] - the act of converging (coming closer)
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Convergence

the amount the eyes rotate towards each other to point at a near object.
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Convergence

The delivery of several types of content (e.g. TV broadcasts, Web TV, hi-fi audio, etc.) to a single receiver and output source. The introduction of digital technology has greatly expanded the potential for convergent applications on the TV screen.
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Convergence

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Convergence

The phenomenon in which lines that are parallel in a subject, such as the vertical lines of a building, appear nonparallel in a image .
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Convergence

The congruence of the three LCD panels (red,green,blue) in a projector. Convergence error: Chromatic aberration in data projectors with three modules. Lines and outlines have coloured margins. The reason: The three projected component images for red, green, blue do not exactly comply with each other. Convergence errors mainly appear in corners.
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convergence

<microscopy> In colour video cameras and monitors, the precise alignment of the images or pictures in the three primary colours (red, green and blue). A lack of convergence gives rise to asymmetrically coloured fringes. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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convergence

convergency noun the approach of an infinite series to a finite limit
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convergence

noun the occurrence of two or more things coming together
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convergence

convergency noun the act of converging (coming closer)
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convergence

Multiple meanings: (1) a mathematical property of a sequence or series that approaches a value; In macro: ''Catch-up' refers to the long-run process by which productivity laggards close the proportional gaps that separate them from the productivity leader .... 'Convergence,' in our usage, refers to a reduction of a measure of dispersion in the rela...
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convergence

(kәn-vur´jәns) the coordinated inclination of the two lines of sight towards their common point of fixation, or the point itself.
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Convergence

• (n.) Alt. of Convergency
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