American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having the ability to originate, produce, or procreate.
- adj. Of or relating to the production of offspring.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to generation or propagation; connected with or resulting from the process of begetting.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having the power of generating, propagating, originating, or producing.
- adj. having the ability to produce or originate
- adj. producing new life or offspring
- Compare French génératif. (Wiktionary)
“We incorporate this wave of progressive maturation into the IGM model by allowing the basal layer of cells, which we call the generative layer, to proliferate giving rise to apical daughters or additional generative layer cells throughout sepal development (”
“There just isn't the money in HE to do things again, so we have developed a system called the generative learning object tool that lets us disaggregate LOs and tweak them - of course our origin LOs are Flash based with XML manifests, which makes things easier.”
“By contrast, so-called generative adults — those who score highly on tests measuring civic-mindedness, and who are likely to be energetic and involved — tend to see many of the events in their life in the reverse order, as linked by themes of redemption.”
“Intermorphic call the generative music mix tweets "tikls" [ "tickles"], but Mixtikl can also play short chorded tunes & sound fx tikls as well.”
“This author advances the idea of the glandular system as an integral whole, the glands forming a unity which might be termed the generative system.”
“Balog combines so-called generative language models with learning algorithms.”
“The essential conflict is between what Zittrain terms generative platforms which can be reprogrammed and repurposed by almost anyone and tethered appliances that pretty much controlled by the manufacturer.”
“That particular methodology called generative-transformational did not include paralanguage, kinesics, or cultural influences.”
“The "generative" Net, as Zittrain describes it, is extraordinary, but it has also generated a host of destructive "malware" that threatens much more than the comment section on your favorite blog.”
“These kids have no idea who Paul Hopper is and are unfamiliar with concepts such as generative and universal grammar- amazing.”
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