The whole; all the parts taken together.
All at once; together.
Working together as a unified whole in support of a common goal.
A group of more than two musicians.
a collection of all the possible microstates of the gas
A set of model simulations, used to show sensitivity to changes in assumptions. Often the simulations are averaged to represent that model, rather than showing all runs for each model.
A collection of simulations run on a particular model to reproduce a variety of physiological conditions, for example, a set of biochemical experiments carried out in a frog egg extract or a set of mutant phenotypes of budding yeast.
A collection of numerical model results that show slightly different possible outcomes.
Dynamic interaction and harmonious blending of the efforts of the many artists involved in the dramatic activity of a theatrical production.
a dynamical system with a finite number of energy states that all are occupied to some extent (ergodic)
The dynamic interaction of the many people involved in the dramatic activity in which the whole is more than the sum of its parts.
a coordinated outfit (set of clothing)
a complete outfit which might include a suit or shorts/romper set, with coordinated garments such as shoes/sandals, socks, gloves, bows/ties, caps, ect
a complete outfit, such as coat & dress, dress & jacket, or suit & blouse. An ensemble may also include matching accessories, such as hat, gloves, handbag, etc.
a classifier created by combining the predictions of multiple component classifiers
a collection of neural networks or other types of classifiers br t T
a set of separately trained classifiers whose predictions are combined to classify test cases