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- n. The state or quality of being between.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or fact of being between.
- n. In mathematics, the ordinal quality possessed by one of every three points on a straight line, in virtue of which it may be said to lie between the other two points.
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Some nodes are more important than others, depending on their "betweenness" scores, determined, basically, by how well connected an individual is to others in the network.
Well it seems this UK Web Focus blog is: th 6th place in a list of the Open University's top 100 influencers in 'distance learning'; th in a 'betweenness' category of "Stakeholders who are" stations "where information (on the issue in focus) is passed via in order to reach the constituency of said stakeholder";
The struggle to make sense of this sort of hybrid life, or "in-betweenness," permeates Abu-Jaber's fiction.
This betweenness is a numinous layer; it is why we want to possess things, and why we can't.
Elkins savors the perception of the "betweenness" of objects rather than their "thingness."
These crossings, he suggests, may well have led to a lifetime of seeking in-betweenness.
After presentation we asked students to calculate 3 simplest SNA centrality measures: degree centrality, betweenness centrality and closeness centrality.
Liminality refers to a state of in-betweenness, of standing on a threshold, of transition.
I think my in-betweenness is perhaps of a different nature than yours, but I too am moving to new areas of research beyond my dissertation.
Kadohata writes beautifully and penetratingly about life on the margins of society and about the in-betweenness of immigrant life.
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