Synsets for "emergent"

Synset: emergent.s.01

Synonyms: emergent

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: occurring unexpectedly and requiring urgent action

Examples: emergent repair of an aorta

Lemmas: emergent

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Synset: emergent.s.02

Synonyms: emergent

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: coming into existence

Examples: an emergent republic

Lemmas: emergent emerging

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Emergent BioSolutions BioPort was renamed Emergent BioSolutions in 2004. Between 2003 and 2014, Emergent acquired several companies and product lines. See "Acquisition history" box to the right.
Emergent literacies The basic components of emergent literacy include:
Emergent algorithm An emergent algorithm has the following characteristics:
Emergent BioSolutions "Forbes" recognized Emergent as the top performing company in the state of Maryland for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. "Forbes" tracked the return of every public company between from June 8, 2015 to June 8, 2016. Emergent had a total return during that time period of 38.2 percent. In 2015, Emergent had revenue of $522 million.
Tony Jones (theologian) In 2006, Jones co-convened the first meeting of Emergent church and "Jewish emergent" leaders; he recounted the episode, which drew criticism from conservative Christians, in his book "The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier".
Emergent algorithm An emergent algorithm is an algorithm that exhibits emergent behavior. In essence an emergent algorithm implements a set of simple "building block" behaviors that when combined exhibit more complex behaviors. One example of this is the implementation of fuzzy motion controllers used to adapt robot movement in response to environmental obstacles.
Emerging church The limits of interreligious conversation were tested in 2006 Emergent Village coordinator Tony Jones co-convened the first encounter of Emergent church and "Jewish emergent" leaders in a meeting co-hosted by Synagogue 3000, a Jewish nonprofit group. Emergent church scholar Ryan Bolger documented the meeting in a scholarly article co-authored with one of the organizers, while Jones recounted the episode, which had drawn criticism from conservative Christians, in his book "The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier".
Emergent coastline The emergent coastline may have several specific landforms:
Emergent coastline Hudson Bay, in Canada's north, is an example of an emergent coastline. It is still emerging by as much as 1 cm per year. Another example of emergent coastline is the Eastern Coastal Plains of the Indian Subcontinent.
Harm van den Dorpel Emergent Conclusions – room.thecomposingrooms.com
Unit testing Unit testing is also critical to the concept of Emergent Design. As emergent design is heavily dependent upon refactoring, unit tests are an integral component.
George Joulwan General Joulwan sits on the board of directors of Emergent BioSolutions, a biotechnology company, after a referral to the post by Allen Shofe, an executive at Emergent.
Dorian Electra In 2012 she interned at production company Emergent Order. Emergent Order had previously published "Fear the Boom and Bust", a similarly intellectual, Hayek-oriented rap video.
Macrophyte An emergent plant is one which grows in water but which pierces the surface so that it is partially in air. Collectively, such plants are emergent vegetation.
Emergent organization An emergent organization (alternatively emergent organisation) is an organization that spontaneously emerges from and exists in a complex dynamic environment or market place, rather than being a construct or copy of something that already exists. The term first appeared in the late 1990s and was the topic of the Seventh Annual Washington Evolutionary Systems Conference at University of Ghent, Belgium in May, 1999. Emergent organizations and their dynamics pose interesting questions; for example, how does such an organization achieve closure and stability?
Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies The resulting software displays emergent properties.
Paul Rabinow (b) "Chronicling Emergent Organizations (Celera Diagnostics 2003)."
Emergent evolution Morgan also fought against the behaviorist school and clarified even more his emergent views on evolution:
Emergent virus New emergent viruses are continually being discovered. Examples include: SARS, Avian influenza, H5N1, and Ebola.
Behavior tree For behavior trees important emergent properties include