Emergent

Refers to a property of a collection of simple subunits that comes about through the interactions of the subunits and is not a property of any single subunit. For example, the organization of an ant colony is said to ``emerge'' from the interactions of the lower-level behaviors of the ants, and not from any single ant. Usually, the emergent behavio...
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emergent

[adj] - coming into existence
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Emergent

E·mer'gent adjective [ Latin emergens , present participle of emergere .] 1. Rising or emerging out of a fluid or anything that covers or conceals; issuing; coming to light. « The mountains huge appear emergent Milton. 2. Suddenly appearin...
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emergent

Any of various plants (as a cattail) rooted in shallow water and having most of the vegetative growth above the water. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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emergent

emerging adjective coming into existence; `an emergent republic`
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emergent

(e-mur´jәnt) pertaining to an emergency. coming out from a cavity or other part.
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Emergent

• (a.) Suddenly appearing; arising unexpectedly; calling for prompt action; urgent. • (a.) Rising or emerging out of a fluid or anything that covers or conceals; issuing; coming to light.
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emergent

(from the article `emergence`) ...the rise of a system that cannot be predicted or explained from antecedent conditions. George Henry Lewes, the 19th-century English philosopher of ...
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emergent

(from the article `Flying` Trees`) ...as widely afforded as in other, more open ecosystems. Even so, many trees have managed to exploit this strategy. For example, the kapok tree, ... The Amazon forest has a strikingly layered structure. The sun-loving giants of the uppermost story, the canopy, soar to as much as 120 feet abo...
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Emergent

Growing upward above the water level.
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emergent

Aquatic plants having some or most of the leaf area extending out of the water.
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emergent

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-mĕr′jent Definitions: 1. Arising suddenly and unexpectedly, calling for quick judgment and prompt action. 2. Coming out; leaving a cavity or other part.
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Emergent

[software] Emergent (formerly PDP++) is neural simulation software that is primarily intended for creating complex, sophisticated models of the brain and cognitive processes, but can also be used for any task to which neural networks are suited. It is currently in the 6.x series of releases. Development initially began in 1995 at Carnegie M...
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