(1) : Series of motives restated at ascending or descending pitch levels. (2) The medieval sequence is an important category of Gregorian chant where a series of text couplets, eventually rhymed poetry, was set syllabically. The most famous example is the Dies irae .
Taking a theme, playing it, then moving the whole theme up or down some and playing it again. Example: Beethoven's 5th. The first four notes are the theme. Beethoven creates a sequence by then moving the theme down. After that, he continues the sequence by moving it up and playing it three times
a melodic pattern, which appears, usually in a single voice, beginning on different pitches. Sequences are common in "filler" passages between important melodic statements. An example of a sequence is shown at right.
Restatement of an idea or motive at a different pitch level. Example: Beethoven, Symphony No.5 in C minor, first movement Real Audio: 28k | 56k | About this album Here, the familiar motive is restated a number of times beginning on different pitches; thus, it is treated in sequence.
Restatement of an idea or motive at a different pitch level. Here, the familiar motive is restated a number of times beginning on different pitches; thus, it is treated in sequence. Example: Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 in C minor, first movement Real Audio: 28K | 56K | About this album
A sequential number generator which exists in a database. Some database vendors refer to a sequence as a serial, identity, or autoincrement. A sequence is useful for generating transaction-safe numbers for database transaction applications.
database object that generates unique numbers, mostly used for primary key values. Sequences were introduced with the Transaction Processing Option in Oracle 6. One can select the NEXTVAL and CURRVAL from a sequence. Selecting the NEXTVAL will automatically increment the sequence.
The linear arrangement of building blocks in biological macromolecules like DNA, RNA, protein and polysaccharides. DNA and RNA macromolecules are linear polymers of nucleotides. Proteins are linear polymers of amino acids. Polysaccharides are linear and branched polymers of monosaccharides (sugars). While the sequence of RNA and proteins are encoded for by the nucleotide sequence in DNA (the genes and genomes), polysaccharides which play important roles in physiology are not encoded for by genetic information, but rather by the spatial and temporal activity of enzymes that synthesize these polysaccharides.
sequence is just a description of the bases that were found along a stretch of DNA. We write a sequence down as a string of letters, where each letter is either A, T, G or C. (The name of the movie GATTACA was chosen because it is a sequence.)
A continuous or related series of things following in a certain order or succession. In signmaking, a sequence may refer to the operation of a flasher or chaser, or to the order and frequency of messages in an electronic changeable copy sign, or the pattern of an advertiser's billboard campaign.
The order of base-pairs along a stretch of DNA, or the determining of this order. Multiple congenital defects which are consequences of one anatomical defect e.g. Potter sequence - facial and limb abnormalities are due to reduced amniotic fluid caused by absent kidneys.
Sequence is the order that the cleaning activities are done. Quality restroom sanitation can be maintained by following an orderly pattern of sequence and movement. The order of the jobs may need to be varied according to the characteristics of the particular restroom or cleaning schedules. But a pre-determined sequence of cleaning restrooms will improve efficiency and ensure quality.
1) A playing of musical events (such as pitches, sounding of samples, and rests) automatically by some device, in a step by step order. 2) The action of programming a computer to play musical events, automatically, in a stepped order. Sequencer A computer which can be programmed to play a stepped order of musical events (playing of pitches, sounding of samples, and rests).
the order of bases in DNA or of amino acids in a protein. Usually, each unit in the sequence is represented by a single letter. Bioinformatics, genomics, and proteomics methods analyze these sequences, for example to try to relate them to the function of the protein or DNA.
The order in which activities will occur with respect to one another. This establishes the priority and dependencies between activities. Successor and predecessor relationship s are developed in a network format. This allows those involved in the project to visualize the work flow. [D01839] WST PMST
Arrangement of patterns (pattern order) in case of Renoise. In general case - arrangement of all the notes that appear in a song. A sequencer is a device either hardware (but usually software) that is used to make such arrangements and input notes.
In mathematics, a sequence is an ordered list of objects (or events). Like a set, it contains members (also called elements or terms), and the number of terms (possibly infinite) is called the length of the sequence. Unlike a set, order matters, and the exact same elements can appear multiple times at different positions in the sequence.
a syllabic genre which follows the Alleluia in the mass. Both text and music were newly composed. The typical sequence has a deliberately irreglar structure, in which a series of couplets of various lengths are combined. Musically, this structure can be summarized as a b b c c d d ... The presence of internal subdivisions within each line and the tendency towards motivic unity normally complicate the structure, and some sequences dispense with the couplet structure altogether. Most sequences were banned by the Council of Trent (1545-63), and only five survive in modern-day practice.
Traditional structure for a series of shots. The camera changes position through an action to give a complete view of whatâ€™s going on, to compress the time required to do the action, etc. There are good basic examples in the "Editing Decisions" video.
In film, a sequence is a series of scenes which form a distinct narrative unit, usually connected either by unity of location or unity of time. For example a heist film might include an extended recruitment sequence in which the leader of the gang collects together the co-conspirators, a robbery sequence, an escape sequence, and so on. Each of these sequences might further contain sub-sequences; for example the robbery sequence might consist of an entry sequence, a safe-cracking sequence, and so on.
A succession of letters representing the primary structure of a DNA strand. The possible letters are A, C, T, and G, representing the four chemical components of DNA â€“ adenine, cytosine, thymine, and guanine.
An iterable that also supports random access using __getitem__ and len. Some builtin sequence types are list, str, tuple, and unicode. Note that dict also supports these two operations but is considered a mapping rather than a sequence because the lookups use arbitrary keys rather than consecutive numbers and it should be considered unsorted. __slots__ - A declaration inside a new-style class that saves memory by pre-declaring space for instance attributes and eliminating instance dictionaries. Though popular, the technique is somewhat tricky to get right and is best reserved for rare cases where there are large numbers of instances in a memory critical application.
When used as a noun, a Sequence refers to the MIDI data that comprises a whole piece of music. When used as a verb, it refers to the process of creating the MIDI data. The term 'Sequencer' usually refers to the type of computer program one uses to create MIDI sequences.
a gene marker for herbicide resistance or antibiotic resistance, for example selected from the group consisting of hygromycin, kanamycin, chloramphenicol, bleomycin, puromycin, lincomycin and methotrexate resistance genes, e
a plant, for example a transgenic plant, a chemical regulator is a species not naturally found in the plant in an amount sufficient to effect chemical regulation, and thus transcription of an associated gene, to the desired degree at the time desired
Starting maps and sequences is relatively simple; finishing them will require new strategies or a combination of existing methods. (IOOakRidge) Seqüência Nos mamíferos, os centrômeros podem ser a repetição continuada de uma mesma seqüência. (POFapesp2)
An MPEG definition for a set of dependently coded pictures that follow a sequence header until a sequence_end_code appears. All pictures in a sequence have the same common bit rate, buffer size, picture size, aspect ratio and frame rate. See GOP, B Frame, I Frame, P Frame.
a pattern of cascade anomalies. In some instances, the constellation of anomalies may be explained by a single, localized aberration in organogenesis (malformation, disruption, or deformation)leading to secondary effects in other organs.
Sequence is a board-and-card game distributed by Jax Ltd., Inc.. It involves an average-sized playing board, on which are depicted two packs' worth of cards (minus the Jacks), two full standard decks, red, blue and green playing chips which total 135.
a more broadly conceived course of study designed to meet the educational needs of counsellors who might practice in a variety of settings, ranging from community based agencies to schools of post-secondary institutions
An integrated, reliable computer system developed by the Exchange to deliver a wider range of better quality trading and information services to market participants. The SEAQ, SEATS and SEAQ international trading service operate on the new system.
The Sequence programme has been developed over recent years by the Stock Exchange to provide a fully electronic trading and information service to its market participants. Sequence 6, the final phase, took effect on 27 August 1996, establishing a technical platform to link all markets together; it is the trade reporting vehicle for gilts, corporate bonds, domestic and international equities.
A Sequence is a data type similar to a structure, but multi-valued. It is possible to think of a Sequence as an array of Structure values. Unlike an Array, however, only one value of the Sequence, corresponding to the Sequence state is available at any one time.
A gradual transition from one area to another within a landscape. A landscape with sequence has one element changing at a time rather than several changes at once. A landscape with a coarse textured plant next to a fine textured plant is an example of bad sequence.