Procedural

Procedural may refer to:

  • Procedural programming, a computer programming concept
  • Procedural generation, a term used in connection with computer graphics applications to indicate that data is created algorithmically rather than directly specified by an artist
  • Procedural law, a legal concept
  • Procedural memory, a cognitive science concept
  • Procedural (genre), a type of literature, film, or television program involving a sequence of technical detail. For example:
    • Police procedural
    • Procedural drama
See also
  • Procedure (disambiguation)

Other articles related to "procedural, procedurals":

Amnesiac - Acquisition of New Memories - Acquisition of New Non-declarative Information
... amnesics are capable of non-declarative memory, including implicit learning and procedural learning ... Therefore, procedural learning can proceed independently of the brain system required for episodic memory ... According to fMRI studies, the acquisition of procedural memories activates the basal ganglia, the premotor cortex and the supplementary motor area, regions which are not normally associated ...
Procedural Drama
... A procedural drama is a genre of television programming which focuses on how crimes are solved or some other aspect of a law enforcement agency, legislative body, or court of law ... Procedurals are typically contrasted with serial dramas which rely more on story arcs ... The procedural format is popular around the world ...
Memory Consolidation - Systems Consolidation - Declarative Vs. Procedural Knowledge Consolidation
... be distinguished by two forms of knowledge declarative and procedural ... Procedural knowledge however has been said to function separate from this system as it relies primarily on motor areas of the brain ... The implicit nature of procedural knowledge allows it to exist absent from the conscious awareness that the information is there ...
Portal Hypertensive Gastropathy - Treatment - Procedural
... Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt procedures, or TIPS involve decompressing the portal vein by shunting a portal venule to a lower pressure systemic venule, under guidance with fluoroscopy ... Since it treats the root cause of portal hypertension gastropathy, it has been putatively used for the condition ...