chunking

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الإنجليزية - التركية
yığma
chunk
{i} yığın

Büyük bir buz yığını çatıdan kaydığında ve ona çarptığında Tom yaralandı. - Tom was injured when a large chunk of ice slid off the roof and hit him.

chunk
(Gıda) gerdan
chunk
bodur
chunk
iri parça
chunk
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) istif
chunk
kalın parça
chunk
kısa ve kalın parça
chunk
büyük miktar
chunk
{i} k.dili. tıknaz adam
chunk
tıknaz ve güçlü adam
chunk
topak topak
chunk
topak
chunk
kocaman parça
chunk
bodur ama güçlü hayvan
chunk
kuvvetli ve tıknaz adam
chunk
tıknaz
chunk
chunky bodur
chunk
külçe halinde
chunk
chunkiness bodurluk
chunk
{i} k.dili. büyük bir miktar
chunk
bodur ve güçlü at veya başka hayvan
chunk
{i} külçe
chunk
{i} kalın bir parça
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Present participle of chunk
A strategy for making more efficient use of short-term memory by recoding information
The process of reducing something to short, thick pieces of its former self, usually using a hammer or a crowbar
A method of presenting information which splits concepts into small pieces or "chunks" of information to make reading and understanding faster and easier, using such methods as bulleted lists, short subheadings, or short sentences with one or two ideas per sentence
A storage layout where a dataset is partitioned into fixed-size multi-dimensional chunks Chunking tends to improve performance and facilitates dataset extensibility
grouping information into meaningful units for easier handling by short term memory
The mental act of placing knowledge or data into larger 'chunks' in order to connect smaller chunks to each other
Changing perception by going up or down levels and/or logical levels Chunking up refers to going up a level (inducing up, induction) It leads to higher abstractions Chunking down refers to going a level (deducing, deduction) It leads to more specific examples or cases
the ability of the brain to perceive a coherent group of such items as a single item or chunk
The division of online material into small segments Screens are hard to read and have limited scope -- so "chunks" have to be small Creating logical chunks, and assigning object-oriented designators such as classes to them, makes single sourcing much more effective S&C's document conversion / single sourcing service uses chunking extensively
Grouping information by class and sub-class, especially useful when combined with the principles of logical typing order Chunking develops meaning and thereby facilitates memory (See logical levels)
The process of separating learning materials into brief sections in order to improve learner comprehension and retention
Collapsing multiple-word phrases into a single word, in the manner of acronyms
(psychology) the configuration of smaller units of information into large coordinated units
{i} formation of smaller units of information into large coordinated units
The process of separating learning materials into brief sections in order to improve learner comprehension and retention Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Operations Management and Leadership
Recording of stimuli so that the information load per unit is increased (e g , letters into words, words into phrases, and so on) (Solso)
the human ability to group related information into short-term memory and thus increase its functional storage capacity
The grouping of ideas or words on the screen
Changing perceptions by moving up or down levels Chunking up is going up and looking at a level that includes what you are studying For example, looking at the intention behind a question chunks up form that question Chunking down is going down a level to look at more specific example or part of what you are studying For example, the first step in formulating an outcome is to phrase it in the positive
Replacing a longer string by a shorter one
The combining of several units of information into a single unit
{s} stocky
A memorization technique
chunk
especially is southern U.S., to throw
chunk
A part of something that has been separated

The statue broke into chunks.

chunk
A representative of a substance at large, often large and irregular

A chunk of granite.

chunk
A discrete segment of a file, stream, etc. (especially one that represents audiovisual media); a block

The first DWORD of a chunk data in the RIFF chunk is a four character code value identifying the form type of the file.

chunk
{n} a short piece of wood, a low
chunk
Same as chili dip
chunk
A subset of consecutive loop iterations
chunk
An area of contiguous linear memory It is the unit of memory allocation where a region of RAM is mapped into contiguous logical addresses Chunks are allocated during boot for such things as the Kernel's data and stack
chunk
esp. is southern U.S., to throw
chunk
A shot in which a player hits behind the ball resulting in a more turf being removed than desired The resulting shot is also much shorter than desired May also be called a "chili-dip "
chunk
The largest unit of physical disk available for data storage A group of chunks defines a dbspace or an sbspace
chunk
Chunks of something are thick solid pieces of it. a chunk of meat Cut the melon into chunks. = lump
chunk
NUMBER Size (in bytes) of the LOB chunk as a unit of allocation or manipulation
chunk
NUMBER Value of the CHUNK attribute of the LOB data partition
chunk
{i} lump, piece
chunk
The basic building block of a Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) file, consisting of an identifier (called a chunk identifier), a chunk-size variable, and a chunk data area of variable size
chunk
A short, thick piece of anything
chunk
A chunk is an arbitrary collection of atmospheric columns The chunk is used as the fundamental processing unit in the physics package
chunk
a grouping, by which a collection of items is organized into a coherent whole
chunk
put together indiscriminately; "lump together all the applicants"
chunk
(aka: "fat" or "thick") to hit the ground before the ball, usually resulting in the ball not going as far as intended Example: "That ball would have cleared the water if you hadn't chunked it "
chunk
A term coined by G A Miller (1956) to refer to the units or memory records that encode a small number of elements (Anderson)
chunk
A part of something that has been separated, often large pieces
chunk
To break into large pieces or chunks
chunk
That portion of a user file that fits on the current media volume Most small files are written as single chunks When a migrated file cannot fit onto a single volume, the file is split into chunks
chunk
A chunk of something is a large amount or large part of it. The company owns a chunk of farmland near Gatwick Airport
chunk
some anonymous amount of memory
chunk
a compact mass; "a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder"
chunk
When the club strikes the ground well behind the ball
chunk
A meaningful grouping of stimuli that can be stored as a unit in short-term memory
chunk
A section of a PNG file Each chunk has a type indicated by its chunk type name Most types of chunks also include some data The format and meaning of the data within the chunk are determined by the type name
chunk
The basic component of a SCUMM data file A chunk is a block of data that starts with a chunk tag; a two or four byte indentifier of the type of data stored in the chunk, and the length of the chunk The rest of the chunk can be data of any type and may contain child chunks
chunk
A larger version of a chip, where a more substantial piece of glass is missing
chunk
group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side
chunking
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