aggregation

listen to the pronunciation of aggregation
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} toplanma
(Gıda,Tıp) kümeleşme
bir araya toplanma
(Gıda,İnşaat) topaklanma
(Tıp) topaklaşma
(Ticaret) bütünleştirme
yığışma
toplama
birleştirme
agregasyon
toplam olma
{i} yığın
{i} küme
yığılma/yığın
{i} yığışım
(Nükleer Bilimler) kümelenme
{i} bir araya gelme
aggregate
{f} toplamak
aggregate
çakıllı kum
aggregate
toplam,v.bir araya topla: n.toplam
aggregate
(Mimarlık) (s) agrega
aggregate
(Askeri) AGREGA, KATIŞMAÇ: Harç ve çimentoya katılan kum, çakıl vesaire
aggregate
(Gıda,Tıp) agregat
aggregate
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yığın
aggregate
kümeleşmek
aggregate
özlü
aggregate
kümelenme
aggregate
toplaşmak
aggregate
bir araya topla
aggregate
(Biyokimya) yığışmak
aggregate
şey
aggregate
bütünleştirme
aggregate
tüm
aggregate
kümelenmek
aggregate
yekun tutmak
aggregate
tutmak
aggregate
toplu

Çilek ve ahududu her ikisi de toplu bir meyvenin örnekleridir. - Strawberries and raspberries are both examples of an aggregate fruit.

aggregate
toplanmak
aggregate
topluluk
aggregate
hepsi
aggregate
toplam olarak
aggregate
cihaz
aggregate
(Gıda,Tıp) topak
aggregate
bir araya getirilmiş
aggregate
toplaştırmak
aggregate
yığışım
aggregate
kümeleşme
aggregate
katışmaç
aggregate
(Jeoloji) kırmataş
aggregate
bütünlük
aggregate
toplaşım
aggregate
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yığma
aggregate
{s} biriktirilmiş
aggregate
toplam
aggregate
bütün
aggregate
{s} toplanmış
aggregate
{f} birleştirmek
aggregate
bir araya getirmek
aggregate
{i} tutar
state of aggregation
yığışım hali
aggregate
Toplamak, bir araya getirmek, cem etmek
aggregate
(Spor) İki ayaklı maçlarda alınan skorun matematiksel hesabı
dis-aggregation
bkz. disaggregation
system aggregation
sistem toplama
aggregate
yekün
aggregate
kümelemek
aggregate
kum
aggregate
küme
aggregate
kütle
aggregate
agrega
aggregate
{f} ulaşmak (toplamı)
aggregate
Kitlesel
aggregate
mecmu
aggregate
{f} etmek (toplamı)
state of aggregation
yi¤isim hali
İngilizce - İngilizce
A collection of particulars; an aggregate
The state of being collected into a mass, assemblage, or sum (aggregated)
summarizing multiple routes into one route
the majority of the parasite population concentrated into a minority of the host population
The act of collecting together (aggregating)
{n} the act of gathering into one mass, the whole mass, the union of like bodies
The combination of the consequents of each rule in a Mamdani fuzzy inference system in preparation for defuzzification
means the set of its parts Each element of such a set is said to be 'part of' the aggregation aggregation is a means that is much simpler to deal with than abstraction because it appeals to observable things at any level of aggregation aggregation is a 1: n association An aggregation simply identifies the sum of its parts in contrast to abstraction which identifies the set of common properties of its instances
(Data Warehousing Guide)
The policy under which all futures positions owned or controlled by one trader or a group of traders are combined to determine reporting status and speculative limit compliance
In CL diagrams, an aggregation is an "is part of" relationship connecting one or more "part classes" to a "container" or "assembly" class For example, in a CL diagram of an athletic club, the employees, members and equipment all could be connected to the club itself via an aggregation (part association) In an aggregation symbol, a diamond points to the assembly class
a circumstance in which higher level information (which may be thought to be subject to a higher level of security clearance) may be inferred from a large number of lower level data items A collection of information items may be required to be classified at a higher security level than any of the individual items that comprise it
The principle under which all futures positions owned or controlled by one trader (or group of traders acting in concert) are combined to determine reporting status and compliance with speculative limits
A composition technique for implementing component objects whereby a new object can be built by using one or more existing objects that support some or all of the new object's required interfaces
Process in corporate financial planning whereby the smaller investment proposals of each of the firm's operational units are aggregated and effectively treated as a whole
A mass or body of individual units or particles Healthy soil has good aggregation As microorganisms and worms feed, they form polysaccharides which act like glue to hold individual soil particles together, creating groups, or aggregates, of particles This loose formation allows soil to hold both water and air, and does not restrict the growth of roots
Aggregation models the is subpart of relationship set It is used when one object class is made up of one or more component object classes
The policy under which all futures positions owned or controlled by one trader or group of traders are combined to determine reporting status and speculative limit compliance
Aggregation is a form of abstraction It is a conceptual way of viewing "the whole" while filtering out details about its parts This is sometimes referred to as "seeing the forest for the trees " It recognizes the identity of a "higher level" aggregate object whose characteristics transcend the characteristics of its component parts
This is combining units to reduce problem dimensions One form of aggregation is to combine basic entities at the data level, such as regions, time periods, and materials The dimensions of the mathematical program, which include numbers of variables and constraints, are generally reduced by aggregation at the entity level Another form of aggregation is the use of surrogates, including the strong form: integer equivalent aggregation
The grouping together of a selected set of like entities to form a single entity For example, grouping sets of adjacent areal units to form larger units, such as grouping ZIP Codes to form PCSAs
Process in corporate financial planning whereby the smaller investment proposals of each of the firm's operational units are added up and in effect treated as a big picture [Harvey] The principle under which all futures positions owned or controlled by one trader (or group of traders acting in concert) are combined to determine reporting status and compliance with speculative limits [CFTC]
A relationship in which an object contains one or more other subordinate objects as part of its state The subordinate objects typically have no independent existence separate from their containing object When the containing object has no further useful existence, neither do the subordinate objects For instance, a gas station object might contain several pump objects These pumps will only exist as long as the station does Aggregation is also referred to as the has-a relationship, to distinguish it from the is-a relationship, which refers to inheritance
Also commonly called a summary, an aggregation is a collection of data calculated from detail transactions An aggregation is usually a sum, count or average of the underlying detail, and often is calculated along several business dimensions , i e total sales by customer by product (back to top)
A special case of association that occurs between a whole-part relationship Aggregation is known as a 'part-of' relationship or inclusion relationship
Combining index relatives from one level to the next higher level The procedure for the International Price Program begins with the aggregation of item level relatives to weight group relatives The weight group relatives are then aggregated to the classification group relatives The classification group relatives are then aggregated to the stratum lower relatives which in turn are aggregated up the tree of stratum upper relatives to the All Import or All Export index level
A process of grouping distinct data The aggregated data set has a smaller number of data elements than the input data set
the act of gathering something together
several things grouped together or considered as a whole
A special form of association that specifies a whole-part relationship between the aggregate (whole) and a component part Contrast: composition
The OECD Secretariat aggregates time series into regional aggregates using individual country 1995 weights in GDP or expenditure items based on 1995 purchasing power parities (PPPs) See Annex Table: Weighting Scheme for aggregate measures
The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated; collection into a mass or sum; a collection of particulars; an aggregate
{i} collection, mass; process of collecting or gathering
a collection of particulars
collection into a mass or sum
The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated
an aggregate
aggregation number
the number of molecules that are associated together to form a micelle
aggregate
Formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; collective; combined; added up
aggregate
A mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles; – in distinction from a compound, formed by the union of heterogeneous particles
aggregate
Formed into clusters or groups of lobules; as, aggregate glands
aggregate
United into a common organized mass; said of certain compound animals
aggregate
A set (collection of objects)
aggregate
To add or unite, as, a person, to an association
aggregate
A mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars; something consisting of elements but considered as a whole
aggregate
The full chromatic scale of twelve equal tempered pitches
aggregate
consisting or formed of smaller objects or parts
aggregate
Crushed stone, crushed slag or water-worn gravel used for surfacing a built-up roof system
aggregate
the entire number, sum, mass, or quantity of something
aggregate
{s} collective, total, taking all units as a whole
aggregate
{n} the whole of several particulars
aggregate
{v} to collect, add or heap together
aggregate
{a} in an assemblage, total
aggregate
gather in a mass, sum, or whole
aggregate
Any total (e g , the gross national product; the sum of monthly sales)
aggregate
Formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; collective
aggregate
{f} accumulate, hoard; bring together
aggregate
Hard materials such as sand and crushed stone used to make concrete
aggregate
the whole amount
aggregate
(Data Warehousing Guide)
aggregate
formed of separate units in a cluster; "raspberries are aggregate fruits
aggregate
formed of separate units in a cluster; "raspberries are aggregate fruits"
aggregate
Inert solid bodies such as crushed rock, sand, gravel
aggregate
{i} combination; conjunction; group; mixture
aggregate
An aggregate is an arrangement of components and connectors into a graph structure Formally, an aggregate is defined by a set of components, a set of connectors, and a set of attachments from ports of the components to roles of the connectors An aggregate representation is a representation of a component or connector by an aggregate sub-architecture In addition to the elements that an aggregate has, an aggregate representation also has a set of bindings from ports and roles inside the aggregate to ports and roles on the element that the aggregate representation represents
aggregate
A collection of information in which no individual information can be distinguished or identified Aggregated information can be used to determine the characteristics of a group, such as "Sixty percent of our users are over 35 "
aggregate
Bulk materials, such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, pumice, and scoria, that are used in making concrete
aggregate
Granular material, such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, and iron blast-furnace slag, used with a cementing medium to form a hydraulic-cement, concrete or mortar
aggregate
A coarse material, such as gravel, broken stone or sand, with which cement and water are mixed to form concrete Crushed stone is usually designated as coarse aggregate and sand as fine aggregate
aggregate
The mineral materials, such as sand or gravel, used in making concrete
aggregate
amount in the aggregate to
aggregate
An aggregate is a number of people or things that are being considered as a single thing. society viewed as an aggregate of individuals. being the total amount of something after all the figures or points have been added together
aggregate
Composed of several florets within a common involucre, as in the daisy; or of several carpels formed from one flower, as in the raspberry
aggregate
gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole; "aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year"; "the aggregated amount of indebtedness"
aggregate
n mineral material such as sand, gravel, shells, slag, or broken stone, or combinations thereof, that is mixed to form mortar or concrete
aggregate
" To add or unite, as, a person, to an association
aggregate
To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum. The aggregated soil
aggregate
A mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles; - in distinction from a compound, formed by the union of heterogeneous particles
aggregate
A granular material, such as sand, gravel, crushed stone and iron blast-furnace slag, used with a cementing medium to form a hydraulic cement concrete or mortar
aggregate
Hard, inert mineral material, such as gravel, crushed rock, slag or crushed stone, used in pavement applications either by itself or for mixing with asphalt
aggregate
Solid particles of low aspect ratio added to a composite material, as distinguished from the matrix and any fibers or reinforcements, especially the gravel and sand added to concrete. (technical)
aggregate
Crushed rock used as a top layer in some flat-roof applications
aggregate
A collection of parts brought together without interactions, typical of the reductionist approach which ignores emergent effects and self-organisation
aggregate
A mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars; as, a house is an aggregate of stone, brick, timber, etc
aggregate
Inert particles such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, or expanded minerals, in a concrete or plaster mixture
aggregate
An aggregate amount or score is made up of several smaller amounts or scores added together. England have beaten the Welsh three times in succession with an aggregate score of 83-12. Aggregate is also a noun. The highest aggregate came in the third round where Leeds and Middlesbrough drew 4-4
aggregate
A mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles; in distinction from a compound, formed by the union of heterogeneous particles
aggregate
a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together
aggregate
A surfacing or ballast for a roof system Aggregate can be rock, stone, crushed stone or slag, water-worn gravel, crushed lava rock or marble chips
aggregate
To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum
aggregate
A group of materials such as collection items or digital objects that have similar characteristics
aggregate
(noun) A total created from smaller units For instance, the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc , that comprise the county (verb) To total data from smaller units into a large unit Example: "The Census Bureau aggregates data to preserve the confidentiality of individuals "
aggregate
a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together gather in a mass, sum, or whole gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole; "aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year"; "the aggregated amount of indebtedness"
aggregate
To amount in the aggregate to; as, ten loads, aggregating five hundred bushels
aggregate
A word coined by George Olshevsky for stellations with no internal faces, such as those described in The Fifty-nine Icosahedra This is also the kind of stellation made by Great Stella They look identical from the outside to other stellations with internal faces, but may be topologically different
aggregate
a group of many individual owner accounts reported in one lump sum total without names, addresses, and Social Security numbers The dollar amount that each state allows to be reported in aggregate varies (Idaho no longer requires property with a value of $50 or less to be reported, in effect eliminating aggregates in this state Although holders are not required to report these items, they may voluntarily report and remit them )
aggregate
A hard inert mineral material, such as gravel, crushed rock, slag, or crushed stone, used in pavement applications either by itself or for mixing with asphalt
aggregate
Having the several component parts adherent to each other only to such a degree as to be separable by mechanical means
aggregate
Any one of the five bases for clinging to a sense of self: form (physical phenomena, including the body), feelings, perceptions (mental labels), thought-fabrications, consciousness
aggregate
To bring individual power purchasers together into a group to add together (or aggregate) their electricity demand Aggregated customers will have more negotiating power with generating companies that, for example, an individual homeowner
aggregate
"The aggregated soil
aggregations
plural of aggregation
state of aggregation
{i} accumulative state, manner in which a substance maintains unity
aggregation