Associations to the word «Sequential»
SEQUENTIAL, adjective. Succeeding or following in order.
SEQUENTIAL ART, noun. (arts) (comics) A form of art where the content is presented in a series of artistic items positioned in a specific order to convey its message or effect, such as a comic strip.
SEQUENTIAL COMPACTNESS, noun. (analysis) The property of a metric space that every sequence has a convergent subsequence.
SEQUENTIAL CONTINUITY, noun. (analysis) The property of a function \( f \) between metric spaces, that given a convergent sequence \( x_n \rightarrow x^* \), then \( f(x_n) \rightarrow f(x^*) \), i.e. the property of a function that it preserves sequential convergence.
SEQUENTIAL FILE, noun. (computing) A file which consists of the same record types that is stored on a secondary storage device. The physical sequence of records may be based upon sorting values of one or more data items or fields.
SEQUENTIAL LOGIC, noun. (electrical engineering) Said of a digital circuit block: that the current outputs depend not only on the current inputs, but also on a memory of past inputs and states.
SEQUENTIAL MANUAL GEARBOX, noun. A manual gearbox, with no clutch, in which the gears may be selected only in sequence.
SEQUENTIAL MANUAL GEARBOXES, noun. Plural of sequential manual gearbox
SEQUENTIAL, adjective. In regular succession without gaps; "serial concerts".
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