Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being recursive.

Etymologies

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recursive +‎ -ity

Examples

  • And yet the kind of recursivity that Davey seeks is not self-reflexive or medium-specific; she locates photographic qualities in an analog outside of the photograph itself.

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  • Genomes and form: the case for teleomorphic recursivity.

    All that matters

  • Of course, it's possible that not everyone will hold with the above reason for this recursivity - you know, the whole "effect on the dekyon field" thing.

    Recursivity

  • Thus endeth the light treatise on recursivity this morning.

    Recursivity

  • Thus endeth the light treatise on recursivity this morning.

    Recursivity

  • No, Denyse does not say something about recursivity or in any other way adress the fundamental differences between nonliving and living things, or between making inferences regarding a human designer and an unspecified but apparently supernatural designer.

    Confusion by design about design - The Panda's Thumb

  • Of course, it's possible that not everyone will hold with the above reason for this recursivity - you know, the whole "effect on the dekyon field" thing.

    Recursivity

  • There is very little doubt that the spreadsheet formulae that produces the numbers in the tables deals with recursivity, but an interesting question is, if the Spreadsheet users competence regarding these matters would be enhanced through training explicitly in the concept and notation of recursion.

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  • ToggleAllTheWay (_ItemID, _ChkUchk); use recursivity

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  • One starts from the end so it doesn't need a reverse and the other one uses recursivity.

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