containerization

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containerization

[kən‚tā·nə·rə′zā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The practice of placing cargo in large containers such as truck trailers to facilitate loading on and off ships and railroad flat cars.
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Articles include a range of reports on advances in data mining, including an approach to finding reduced sets of information based on rough sets theory and improvement through the wavelet-kernal method, text mining, including cluster analysis in document networks and Kohonen self-organizing maps, business and socioeconomic applications, including modeling locations for retail outlets and a case study about finding fraud in a state's Medicaid data, and security applications, including a system for the security and tracking of goods containers and selective alerts for runtime protection of distributed systems.
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New controls were also agreed upon to increase the screening of goods containers arriving and leaving ports of entry in member countries.
The Minister said there had been many incidents of groups of people being smuggled into the country in goods containers.
In all, 26 containers were lost, including eight MTMC household goods containers holding service members' personal property.
Royal Wolf's products include general purpose dry storage containers, refrigerated containers and hazardous goods containers in a range of standard and modified sizes, designs and storage capacities.
The concern manufactures a broad range of resins for use in consumer and industrial applications, including plastic films for food and non-food packaging, bottles, shopping bags, consumer goods containers, automobile parts and household appliances.