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sys·tem·a·ti·za·tion

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

(sĭs-tĕm″ă-tī-zā′shŭn)
The process of organizing something according to a plan.
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sys·tem·a·ti·za·tion

(sistĕ-mă-tī-zāshŭn)
Arrangement of ideas into orderly sequence.
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The initial programs for delinquent children emerged out of early 19th-century efforts to systematize poor relief end pauperism by instilling self-discipline in the poor.
There is no need to substantiate this point in detail by citing the vast array of American quotas, tariffs, subsidies, and other devices of market intervention; Luttwak himself cites them to argue that, since we're already impure, we ought to systematize our interventions.
Mandelbrot discovered that to classify and systematize such figures he had to endow them with fractional dimensions, not 1, 2 or 3, but numbers between 1 and 2 or 2 and 3, and the precise fraction tells things about the shape and complexity of a particular figure.
of Bergen, Norway), and Martens (biochemistry, Ghent U., Belgium) systematize and describe the different experimental approaches to quantifying proteins using mass spectrometry, and present the corresponding computational and statistical methods used to analyze data from such experiments.
"Adoption of the Environmental Code will help systematize environmental legislation and remove discrepancies, duplication, include requirements of international commitments.
of Rio de Janeiro) show how some simple ideas from control theory can be used to systematize a class of approaches to algorithm analysis and design.
Heisig (Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, Nagoya, Japan) and Richardson (world languages, Brigham Young U.-Hawaii) present a textbook for a course in which beginning students of Chinese learn the meaning and writing of the 3,000 most commonly used Chinese characters, and advanced students learn to systematize what the know in order to remember better how to write the characters.
Adachi (electronic engineering, Gunma U.) discusses the key properties of the group-IV, III-V and II-VI semiconductors and systematize these properties from the aspect of solid state physics.