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cumulativeness

Definitions

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  • noun The state or quality of being cumulative.

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Examples

  • And he has taken a fresh look at the question of what counts as "progress" or cumulativeness in the social sciences.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The label “science” brings with it a set of presuppositions about rigor, evidence, generalizability, logical analysis, objectivity, cumulativeness, and the likelihood that the assertions that are made are true.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The label “science” brings with it a set of presuppositions about rigor, evidence, generalizability, logical analysis, objectivity, cumulativeness, and the likelihood that the assertions that are made are true.

    What is social scientific knowledge?

  • So the row that was raised over the stone from Grave Creek -- but time and cumulativeness, and the very factor we make so much of -- or the power of massed data.

    The Book of the Damned

  • In this instance we hear nothing of fraudulency -- time, cumulativeness, the power of massed data.

    The Book of the Damned

  • Time has not brought sufficient familiarity of acquaintance to test, nor sufficient cumulativeness of judgment to decide upon the permanent value of what has been written.

    A Word about Anthologies. Lounsbury, Thomas R

  • Notably, the only features found in the non-submitted art that were not in the submitted art were "irrelevant to the claim limitations at issue and therefore could not support a finding of materiality and non-cumulativeness."

    Patent Law Blog (Patently-O)

  • Notably, the only features found in the non-submitted art that were not in the submitted art were "irrelevant to the claim limitations at issue and therefore could not support a finding of materiality and non-cumulativeness."

    Patent Law Blog (Patently-O)

  • Notably, the only features found in the non-submitted art that were not in the submitted art were "irrelevant to the claim limitations at issue and therefore could not support a finding of materiality and non-cumulativeness."

    Patent Law Blog (Patently-O)

  • Based on its determinations that each reference was highly material, in conjunction with what it viewed as Larson's implausible arguments relating to cumulativeness and good faith, the district court held that the '998 patent was unenforceable.

    Promote the Progress - Patent case bibliographic summaries

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