Traducción de convergence en español:

convergence

convergencia, n.

Pronunciación /kənˈvərdʒəns/ /kənˈvəːdʒ(ə)ns/

Ver definición en español de convergencia

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    convergencia femenino
    • Finally, some consistency and convergency is occurring in this arena, which allows for the repeatable specification of independent variables.
    • The only real downside is that the process of convergence is likely to be messy.
    • For what his data show is a powerful process of convergence, far from complete in extent but unequivocal in direction.
    • This move started the process of gradual convergence of the two earlier independent jobs - air navigation and bombing.
    • These were brought together and placed in a linear narrative sequence in a process of historical convergence.
    • At the same time, even the processes of weak convergence that we documented remain far from complete.
    • Constitutions demonstrate the processes of emulation and convergence.
    • In short, different areas of Europe became involved in the processes of convergence and integration at very different times, and from very different backgrounds.
    • The cats are arranged so they create patterns, like a kaleidoscope, forming mirror images of one another, folding and unfolding along lines of convergence.
    • Yet some critics equate convergence with a loss of jobs, heavier workloads for journalists, and monolithic news and opinion.
    • Media convergence is indeed the wave of the future.
    • The other vantage seemed to be from some sort of map, and there were lines of convergence between many points that were marked in various colors.
    • This convergence has important implications for research and teaching in business schools.
    • The convergence of politics, business, culture, law and higher education are its strengths.
    • The convergence of communications processing is an issue.
    • It was also realised that globalisation is not a homogeneous process, but contains a striking paradox in that it brings about both convergence and divergence.
    • The literature laying out the case for convergence likewise deserves critical scrutiny, however.
    • A much more interesting question is how convergence impacts business models.
    • At the same time, the advances that have made convergence possible are the products of individual creativity.
    • The researcher looks for patterns of convergence to develop or corroborate an overall interpretation.