- characterized by regular sequence of parts.
- following; subsequent; consequent.
Origin of sequential
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Historical Examples of sequentiality
Afterwards, the direction corresponding to a cognitive structure associated with sequentiality was adopted.
Sequentiality of work is replaced by cycles of parallel activity during which generations compete as adversaries.
The design that leads to such patterns of human experiences must free itself from the constraints of sequentiality.
In virtuality, the sequentiality of written language is overwritten by the very configurational nature of the context.
The civilization of illiteracy requires alternatives to centralism, hierarchy, sequentiality, and determinism in politics.
- characterized by or having a regular sequence
- another word for sequent