Adjective(1) in regular succession without gaps
(1) In spite of the significant advances in processing speed, sequential processors are far from providing sufficient computing capacity for advanced robotic planning systems.(2) This is also true of cache memory, which has been proven to greatly improve performance for sequential data streams.(3) Clearly, there is an urgent need to move from the hitherto widely used step-by-step, sequential approach to marketing to a more holistic, dynamic and non-sequential approach.(4) Global sales of semiconductor chips in October rose by 2.5% from September, the first month since November 2000 with sequential growth.(5) Each song forms a sequential part of the experience.(6) This reaction was expected considering that the training dealt with highly technical subject material that required tedious attention to detail and sequential steps.(7) However, this campaign need not be sequential to be effective, the cumulative effect across all regions will help achieve the results we seek.(8) Imaging, analyzing, and decisionmaking, which once proceeded in distinct, often lengthy, sequential steps, now occur almost simultaneously.(9) The sequential use of vacuum and forceps was associated with an increased risk of the need for the mechanical ventilation of the infant and perineal tears for the mother.(10) The Bill had already passed out of the Judiciary Committee but it had a sequential referral to Commerce which needed to approve it before we went to the floor for House Passage.(11) It is also better than sequential elimination voting, in which one candidate is eliminated each round, because it can be done all at once and with less expense.(12) Remember, during the Gulf War we started things in a sequential way, if you would, with air first and then we walked down the road over about a six-week period.(13) A wide variety of structured activities are supported, including sequential and parallel processing and condition looping.(14) Just as the pulse of the times can be measured by the mood and the events of each decade (hence the compulsion to look at history in sequential periods of ten years), it can be felt by the habits and thoughts of a generation.(15) While these ├ö├ç├┐steps├ö├ç├û may appear sequential , in practice they are usually messy and intertwined chronologically.(16) The analyses involved three sequential steps.
(1) sequential order :: sekventiel rækkefølge
1. sequent ::
2. serial ::
3. successive ::
4. consecutive ::
1. inconsecutive ::
2. inconsequent ::
Different Formssequential, sequentially
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