Caption: FIGURE 1 (LEFT) Compartmentalization
. This is what it means.
Adams, "PDE4 cAMP phosphodiesterases: modular enzymes that orchestrate signalling cross-talk, desensitization and compartmentalization
In the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, utility and compartmentalization
were the dominant features of the mass-productive process.
With regard to the use of language his responses reflected his sustained compartmentalization
(Fishman 1991) of language use across various domains.
skills may manifest themselves as strong or flexible mental abilities, an innate ability to repress, or willful or unconscious engagement in behaviors that make investigators "shift gears."
The same compartmentalization
that the Germans touted as a security feature, combined with the lack of centralization in the Wehrmacht's intelligence-gathering apparatus, allowed the Allied penetration of Enigma to go undetected.
National Transportation Safety Board in a 1987 analysis that looked at 43 serious school bus accidents to determine the effectiveness of compartmentalization
One very big problem here is the "functional silo" nature and compartmentalization
of most corporations, combined with the lack of knowledge transfer across departments.
The characters in Mayr's novels represent many differences and seek to deconstruct compartmentalization
model focuses on the way individuals organize positive and negative beliefs about a partner (Showers, 1992, 1995; Showers & Kling, 1996a).
He notes that he believes in a strict compartmentalization
of services--at his firm, people stay in the departments they were hired for and rarely play musical chairs.
Jonathan McElroy's view on environmentalism is the result of the ugly, short-sighted thinking of a "Compartmentalization
Theorist" The inability of this person to possess enough insight angers, worries and embarrasses me as a fellow human being!