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actual and virtual

A modal distinction proposed by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze as a replacement for the problematic real-possible distinction more commonly used in philosophy. The possible is a bad ...

actual and virtual

actual and virtual  

A modal distinction proposed by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze as a replacement for the problematic real-possible distinction more commonly used in philosophy. The possible is a bad concept ...
virtual machine

virtual machine  

1 A collection of resources that emulates the behavior of an actual machine. The virtual machine concept originated in Cambridge, Mass., in the late 1960s as an extension of the virtual memory system ...
Atlas

Atlas  

The first computer to incorporate many features now considered standard, including: a virtual (logical) address space larger than the actual (physical) address space; a one-level memory using core ...
logical

logical  

1 Involving or used in logic.2 Conceptual or virtual, or involving conceptual entities, as opposed to physical or actual.
bind

bind  

To resolve the interpretation of some name used in a program for the remaining lifetime of that instance of the program. For example, upon invocation of a procedure the formal parameters are bound to ...
nomadology

nomadology  

Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari's utopian project outlined in Mille Plateaux (1980), translated as A Thousand Plateaus (1987). The origin of the word ‘nomad’ is not, as many have assumed, a ...
literalists

literalists  

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Term used by Michael Fried as a virtual synonym for exponents of Minimal art. It is not intended as complimentary, implying that their work emphasizes actual space and conditions of viewing, so ...
VO

VO  

abbr. for virtual organization; a concept derived from computer science and comprising people from a variety of actual organizations. One example of a VO would be those involved in different ...
third place

third place  

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Media studies
1. Community meeting spaces such as cafés, pubs, and village halls which are neither domestic nor work spaces. The concept was proposed by the American sociologist Ray Oldenburg (b.1932).2. In the ...
dispositif

dispositif  

An organization of statements. The term is used by Michel Foucault to describe the systemic connection of statements. It is for this reason often translated as ‘apparatus’, although this doesn't ...
cell relay

cell relay  

A form of switching in which the individual packets, or cells, have a fixed length and a fixed internal structure; in many cases the cells are also deliberately kept to a small size, typically a few ...
Carlo Rubbia

Carlo Rubbia  

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(1934–) Italian physicistBorn at Gorizia, Trieste, Rubbia was educated at the University of Pisa, where he obtained his PhD in 1958. After spending a year each at Columbia, New York, and Rome, he ...

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