(mathematics) the sum of a finite or infinite sequence of expressions
a composite illustration that represents a sequence of steps that are ordered temporally and grouped together
a data structure much like a sequence, with similar kinds of operations
a finite-length grouping of data , usually in a particular order (eg, in temporal order)
an ordered set of illustrations that typically depict a temporal sequence of events, the steps in a procedure, or causal relations
a perfectly consistent part of temporal discourse
a sequence of partial sums of a progression
a sequence of repayments which is more flexible than Levels
a sum of the terms of a sequence
a text or a barcode with the ascending numbers sequence
A group of records created and maintained by an agency or person that are in the same numerical, alphabetical, chronological, or other identifiable sequence, or result from the same accumulation or filing process and are of similar function, format or informational content.
Writings that are similar in character and are issued in sequence.
the indicated sum or difference of a sequence of numbers. For example, the series 1 + 3 + 5 + …+ 9 is the series of the first 5 odd whole numbers.
A sequence of runs in a psi experiment.
The indicated sum of the terms of a sequence.
In mathematics, a series is often represented as the sum of a sequence of terms.