Definitions for "Emergence"
The act of rising out of a fluid, or coming forth from envelopment or concealment, or of rising into view; sudden uprisal or appearance.
growth of the seedling shoot through the surface of the soil
The event in seedling or perennial growth when a shoot becomes visible by pushing through the soil surface.
Keywords:  gravel, fry, hatched, alevin, salmonids
When larval Chinook (also called alevin) leave the gravel they hatched in to become fry.
When newly-hatched salmonids have fully absorbed their yolk-sac, they emerge from the gravel and begin their stream life, or migrate downstream to lakes or estuaries.
The process during which fry leave their gravel spawning nest and enter the water column.
In physics, emergent properties are properties that exist on a macroscopic scale but not on the microscopic scale. It can also be described as a property or phenomena that cannot be predicted from the properties of its consituents. It resembles the saying that "the whole is more than the sum of its parts" by describing complex interactions and properties of collectives. A popular human example would be the mind. We cannot find traces of consciousness in the synapses of the brain, and yet when the structure of the brain exists, consciousness exists. Another example would be a cake. When you look at the ingredients to a cake, you cannot find the properties of "cake", and yet, when the ingredients mix and interact and react (ie. you mix and bake them), the properties of "cake" emerge.
When complex results arise from a combination of simple causes. An idea much liked by chaos theorists, who like to build simple computer models and imply that reality is equally predictable. Though this may work for (e.g) predicting the shape of ants' nests, it doesn't work for human society, partly because of reflexivity.
a phenomenon that can be explained by other phenomena
escape of the adult insect from the pupal case
Transformation to the adult stage.
Act of adult insect leaving the pupal exoskeleton, or from winter or summer dormancy.
Emergence is a science fiction book written by David R. Palmer and first published by Bantam Spectra in November 1984. It had three printings through July 1985, and was republished in 1990 as a "Signature Special Edition" with a few minor edits and a new afterword by the author.
The tendency for "high-level" properties to magically emerge from collections of "low-level" things in such a way that the high-level properties are irreducible to the low-level things or their properties. An example might be the way liquidity emerges from the aggregate motion of molecules of H2O.
an ordering proces on a higher level, whereas an immergence is a greater level of disorder
the theory that cognition arises from the byplay of billions of low-level units, with no significant middle-level structure, much as temperature derives from the play of molecules.
the becoming visible; "not a day's difference between the emergence of the andrenas and the opening of the willow catkins"
"Emergence" is a seventh season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, which featured many surrealist elements.
context within which cause-effect patterns can be identified only retrospectively, and in which analytic techniques are usually unreliable and misleading
Keywords:  holland, chess, infinite, john, game
A concept described by John Holland. How simple components can interact to generate infinite possibilities, as in a chess game.
A valid game strategy that was not expected by the game designers.
Keywords:  exit, graduation
Graduation and Exit
Keywords:  act
the act of emerging