unfolding

  1. a developmental process
  2. develop or come to a promising stage
  3. open to the view
  4. extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length
  5. spread out or open from a closed or folded state

unfolding

noun a developmental process; `the flowering of antebellum culture`
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Unfolding

[DSP implementation] ==Algorithm for unfolding== Given a DSP program in Data flow graph(DFG) format and a unfolding factor J, unfolding process transforms the DSP program into a new one by duplicating the functional blocks and reconnecting the functional blocks while maintaining its DSP functionality. We call the program performed with fact...
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Unfolding

[functions] is a versal unfolding. A versal unfolding with the minimum possible number of unfolding parameters is called a miniversal unfolding. Sometimes unfoldings are called deformations, versal unfoldings are called versal deformations, etc. An important object associated to an unfolding is its bifurcation set. This set lives in the par...
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Unfolding

[music] In Schenkerian analysis and music, unfolding (German: Ausfaltung) or compound melody is the implication of more than one melody by a single voice through skipping back and forth between the notes of the two melodies. In music cognition, the phenomenon is also known as melodic fission. See also: monophony, polyphony, and counterpoint...
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Unfolding

[sculpture] Unfolding is a public art work by artist Bernhard Heiliger located at the Lynden Sculpture Garden near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The sculpture has an abstract form; it is installed on the patio. ...
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unfolding

[n] - a developmental process
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