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aggregation

See accretion.

aggregation

the process of combining diverse political interests to form a more or less coherent set of policies which can form a political programme. In representative democracies, according to Almond (1953), this function is especially undertaken by POLITICAL PARTIES, whereas the related function of interest articulation is carried out particularly by interest groups and PRESSURE GROUPS.

aggregation

[‚ag·rə′gā·shən]
(biology)
A grouping or clustering of separate organisms.
(chemistry)
A process that results in the formation of aggregates.
(fluid mechanics)

aggregation

(programming)
A composition technique for building a new object from one or more existing objects that support some or all of the new object's required interfaces.
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Bio/Data Corporation ("Bio/Data"), suburban Philadelphia-based developer, manufacturer and provider of hemostasis products, announced it has received Class II medical device licences from Health Canada, and that Bio/Data will immediately promote its aggregation instruments, reagents and disposables in Canada's 10 provinces and three territories.
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PARIS -- Ekinops, a leading provider of optical transport, DWDM, and aggregation solutions, today announced that Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) has deployed the Ekinops 10-Gigabit LAN PHY (local area network physical layer device) to WAN PHY (wide area network physical layer device) protocol converter to connect its 10-Gigabit Ethernet network to an OC-192/STM-64 submarine network between the US and Europe.
Nevertheless, several issues concerning the aggregation rules for determining whether an exempt organization qualifies for the $10 million exception may arise.
The PM 1008's aggregation capabilities enable service providers and enterprises to reduce the number of wavelengths used in CWDM or DWDM networks, reducing costs while increasing transport capacities.
This trial demonstrated that the drug completely inhibited platelet aggregation without triggering abnormally long bleeding time.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of Carrier Ethernet Access and Aggregation Routers product research to their offerings.
Alcatel's 7470 MSP and 7670 RSP, find new opportunities for cell site aggregation and backhaul applications, support IP/MPLS network convergence, DSLAM aggregation and packet transport applications, including voice transport over packet networks.
Estate of Mellinger also addresses the aggregation issue in a QTIP context; however, the property at issue was common stock.
Under the aggregation rule, none of the plans sponsored by a controlled group that are aggregated for purposes of qualification testing plans may be under examination.
This book gives pharmaceutical scientists an up-to-date resource on protein aggregation and its consequences, and available methods to control or slow down the aggregation process.
CHICAGO -- The Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), together with its member financial institutions and aggregation technology providers, is launching a pilot to prove the feasibility of a next-generation account aggregation framework.