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- on Mat".Chains of abstractions can be construed, moving from neural impulses arising from sensory perception to basic abstractions such as color or shape...
- programmer create new abstractions. These include subroutines, modules, polymorphism, and software components. Some other abstractions such as software design...
- Abstractionism is the theory that the mind obtains some or all of its concepts by abstracting them from concepts it already has, or from experience. One...
- Jazz Abstractions (subtitled John Lewis Presents Contemporary Music: Compositions by Gunther Schuller and Jim Hall) is a third stream album combining elements...
- related terms. They are similar, but perhaps not of identical meaning. Abstraction indicates a departure from reality in depiction of imagery in art. This...
- In computing, an abstraction layer or abstraction level is a way of hiding the implementation details of a particular set of functionality, allowing the...
- applications through high-level abstractions such as (virtual) file systems. The idea behind exokernels is to force as few abstractions as possible on application...
- "The Law of Leaky Abstractions". Retrieved 2010-09-22.  - a blog post by Spolsky that ****erts that all non-trivial abstractions are 'leaky' and therefore...
- Early Abstractions on IMDb Early Abstractions, parts 1, 2, 3 Early Abstractions, parts 3, 4 Early Abstractions, parts 5, 7 Early Abstractions, part 10...
- some languages develop into further abstractions such as verbs and grammatical words (grammaticalisation). Abstraction is common in human language, though...
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