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sys·tem·a·ti·za·tion

(sis-tĕm'a-ti-zā'shŭn),
The arrangement of ideas into orderly sequence.

systematization

(sĭs-tĕm″ă-tī-zā′shŭn)
The process of organizing something according to a plan.

sys·tem·a·ti·za·tion

(sistĕ-mă-tī-zāshŭn)
Arrangement of ideas into orderly sequence.
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In the sector of Education, the representation of the Municipal Secretary of Education (SME) of Fortaleza confirmed the existence of a trained team, in spite of the absence of systematization and analysis of notification data.
The need for care planning is proportional to the number of the patient's needs and the systematization of activities is aimed at the organization, quality and validity of the care provided (PRIMO et al.
Figure 4 Land surface for agriculture from administration of corporate enterprises, thousands ha Societati cu 577,2 620,1 639 643,7 632,3 620,4 625,8 633,1 raspundere limitata Societati pe 39,4 39,5 47,1 49,3 51 50,4 58,8 55,1 actiuni Cooperative 81,9 96,3 105,7 116,1 132,2 152,4 157,4 146,6 agricole de productie Source: Author's systematization based on data of the National Bureau of Statistics of Moldova Note: Table made from bar graph.
And we have; in almost every publication on early medieval notation during the last thirty years scholars from different generations have made use of his methodology, systematizations, and classifications.
Classification mode of fixture description enables alphanumerical description of all fixtures based on fixture properties systematization.
In relation to its coverage, I missed systematization of references related to cassava modeling, a topic already explored in cassava and other root crops that can be useful in order to elucidate interesting bridges between crop physiology and management.
Systematization or system modelling in this paper has a different meaning than system engineering process (Hales, 1993) for project management.
In her examination of relationships, whole ones and broken ones alike, Glancy consolidates Cherokee identity and modern Western culture in a weblike systematization of material concerns and metaphysical consciousness.
Becoming fashionable around 1540, culminating between 1560 and 1590 and then disappearing towards the end of the sixteenth century, these tabulae are, according to Welti, a sign of the need for systematization, structure, and hieratchization, and a clear rejection of the humanist narrative form.
Although the philological and doctrinal aspects of the Bhagavat[bar{i}] S[bar{u}]tra have now become well known, we need to reemphasize the value of this work for the following comments made by Deleu, which establish the unique importance of Viy[bar{a}]hapannatti: "Here we have a record, as a matter of fact the only really important canonical record, of what Mah[bar{a}]v[bar{i}]ra's teaching actually was like, not of what later systematization has made of it.
At Bethlehem, Taylor recorded two great achievements: first, the development with a colleague of a new "high speed" tool steel, a material that allowed machine tools to cut metal at three to four times the previous speeds; and second, the systematization of years of metal-cutting experiments into a special slide rule for calculating machine speed and feed.
While sometimes the systematization may seem a bit much for the non-political scientist (as when Dekmejian defines 11 different dialectics operating in contemporary Islamic society), Dekmejian's system does permit considerable nuance in discussing very different groups and very different societies.