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categorization

[‚kad·ə·gə·rə′zā·shən]
(computer science)
Process of separating multiple addressed messages to form individual messages for singular addresses.
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Lock it in?" the doctor explains, "It's nothing we can bring into focus or categorize; once we call it 1 thing it forms into something else" (4).
GammaWare automatically categorizes documents using subject terms drawn from pre-defined taxonomies.
A third reason to categorize the militias as an arm of the extreme right is their connection to certain "Christian" organizations and leaders.
Therefore, by examining the way in which individual salespeople categorize their customers and how the performance of these salespeople differed, we were able to describe the categories used by the best salespeople.
Experiment 1 examines a straightforward arrangement when subjects are asked either to name or categorize the pictorial form of a famous character.
After studying the proposal at various stages, the 32 member countries of the committee approved the publication of the standard.The standard, entitled "Methodology of Categorization and Classification of Nanomaterials" presents a methodology and a systematic method in order to categorize and classify nanomaterials according to their size, chemical nature, properties, and characteristics.Nanomaterials can be easily classified by this method according to their properties and characteristics, and they can be placed in similar groups in a branch of the tree.
The company explains that Clustify groups related documents into clusters, allowing the user to explore the document set and categorize entire clusters of documents with a single mouse click.
The study investigated the ability of 10-month-old infants, from monolingual English speaking environments, to categorize comforting and approving infant-directed speech (IDS) utterances across languages.
It may be hard to neatly categorize her journeys--but they make for a compelling armchair read and bring modern Scotland alive for readers.
In the current study, however, using a computer program to categorize 129 common plant food allergens, structural biologist John Jenkins of the British Institute of Food Research (IFR) and colleagues found that 65% of these proteins fell into just four structural families.
Taxpayers can deduct these costs only if they can categorize them as software development costs under section 5 of revenue procedure 2000-50.
To facilitate the examination, we decided to categorize the cracks.