co-ordination

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tertip
düzenleme
eş güdüm
(Hukuk) koordinasyon
(Hukuk) düzen
coordination
koordinasyon

Sana zaten açıklandı: Savaş, disiplin ve koordinasyon gerektirir. - It has already been explained to you: a battle requires discipline and coordination.

Tom kötü bir el-göz koordinasyonuna sahiptir. - Tom has poor hand-eye coordination.

coordination
tanzim
coordination
birbirine göre ayarlama
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tertip
coordination
insicam
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eş güdüm
coordination
tutarlılık
coordination
(Ticaret) uyumluluk
co ordination
düzenleme
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düzenleme
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(Askeri) KOORDİNASYON, EŞGÜDÜM: Bir işle ilgili olan bütün daire ve birliklerin verimli bir çalışma sağlama maksadıyla yaptıkları işbirliği
coordination
{i} bağlantı
coordination
{i} düzen
coordination
düzenleştirme
coordination
[n] düzenli olma
coordination
{i} uyumlu çalışma

Uyumlu çalışma son derece değerlidir. - Coordination is extremely valuable.

coordination
düzenleşim
İngilizce - İngilizce
{n} a state of holding the same rank
Co-ordination means organizing the activities of two or more groups so that they work together efficiently and know what the others are doing. the lack of co-ordination between the civilian and military authorities. If you do something in co-ordination with someone else, you both organize your activities so that you work together efficiently. operating either in coordination with federal troops or alone
Co-ordination is the ability to use the different parts of your body together efficiently. To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls
coordination
the ability to coordinate one's senses and physical movements in order to act skillfully

I'm terrible at sports -- I have no coordination.

coordination
the act of coordinating, making different people or things work together for a goal or effect

Then there's the State Service and the police and several other services. And there is no proper co-ordination, no single head for all these agencies.

coordination
an equal joining together two or more phrases or clauses, for example, using and, or, or but
coordination
{i} harmony, accord; working together
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the resulting state of working together; cooperation; synchronization
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This is the ability to act alongside others who are working independently It usually accompanies an agreement to share information, telling each other of their policies, plans and outcomes
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Each Topic-specific Working Group, as part of its Work Plan, issues a Coordinated Requirements Statement ("CRS") composed of self-consistent and achievable Normalized Requirements Each Normalized Requirement that is included in the CRS is accompanied by a brief paragraph explaining the reasoning behind the original submission(s) that generated the Requirement Use Cases may be appended to the CRS for added clarity The Systems Working Group is charged with ensuring that Coordinated Requirements Statements issued by individual Topic-specific Working Groups do not conflict The Coordinated Requirements Statement forms the basis for a functional description of the OeBF Product (or Component) that is to be delivered by the Topic-specific Working Group
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A process of facilitating timing, communication, and feedback among work tasks
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Coordination gives equal emphasis to ideas Words, phrases, or clauses can be coordinate structures The following sentence illustrates correct coordination: My favorite activities in the summer are playing volleyball, watching baseball games, and having family picnics
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An organized working together of muscles and groups of muscles aimed at bringing about a purposeful movement such as walking or standing
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The ability of parts of the body to work together smoothly to perform actions
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The process of systematically analyzing a situation, developing relevant information, and informing appropriate command authority (for its decision) of viable alternatives for selection of the most effective combination of available resources to meet specific objectives The coordination process (which can be either intra- or interagency) does not in and of itself involve command dispatch actions Personnel responsible for coordination may perform command or dispatch functions within limits established by specific agency delegations, procedures, legal authority, etc
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balancing ideas in structures in writing so that they have roughly equal importance
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The process of selecting fuses and/or breakers or reclosers with specific time current characteristics, so a fault will be cleared by the downline (protecting) device before the upline (protected) can melt or lockout; the act or state of providing harmonious adjustment of functioning devices
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the skillful and effective interaction of movements
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linking of activities to allow them to work together effectively
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ability of the body to perform smoothly and successfully more than one motor task at the same time
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when two or more individuals with distinct skill sets join to work together on a project
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the ability to coordinate ones senses and physical movements in order to act skillfully
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"Coordinating" or combining sentences/clauses into one single sentence By doing so, the author gives both clauses equal importance Moreover, the two clauses should be related and reinforce each other (Example: Give me liberty or give me death! -Patrick Henry) DO NOT hook together ideas which are superficially tied together, but are otherwise unrelated (Example: President Clinton served in office for eight years, and Abraham Lincoln wore a stove pipe hat when he was President )
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the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation the skillful and effective interaction of movements the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form
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Coordination can refer to coordination in human systems, in parallel and distributed systems, and in complex systems that include both people and computers The definition put forth by Malone and Crowston (1994) is: "Coordination is managing dependencies between activities " This definition is consistent with the simple intuition that, if there is no interdependence, there is nothing to coordinate (Concept)
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the relationships between various positions within an organization Includes reporting and supervisory relationships per organization chart
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the state of being equal in rank or power
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The reaction of one or more ligands with a metal ion to form a coordination compound
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The planned collaboration of the different individuals, departments, and organizations concerned with achieving a common goal Topic areas: Governance, Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Accountability and Evaluation, Volunteer Management, Operations Management and Leadership
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The frame of coordination is perhaps the most common type of relational responding It incorporates the relation of identity, sameness, or similarity This relational frame is probably the first to be abstracted sufficiently to enable its application to become arbitrary, in part because it is the only relation in which derived and trained relations are the same, regardless of the number of stimuli that participate in relational networks consisting purely of this response frame Naming is an example of the frame of coordination at its simplest
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the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form
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The working together by audit organizations in developing and carrying out individual audits Such actions include continuous liaison, the exchange of audit techniques, and the development of audit schedules to minimize the amount of audit effort required
coordination
a working together of muscles aimed at bringing about a purposeful movement such as walking or standing
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The process of systematically analyzing a situation, developing relevant information, and informing appropriate command authority of viable alternatives for selection of the most effective combination of available resources to meet specific objectives The coordination process (which can be either intra- or inter-agency) does not involve dispatch actions However, personnel responsible for coordination may perform command or dispatch functions within the limits established by specific agency delegations, procedures, legal authority, etc
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a process of communication, planning, sharing or resources, risks and rewards for purposes of efficiency and effectiveness in achieving the complementary goals of the parties involved (Taylor-Powell et al , 1998)
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-Relating to the protection of the power system, the process of coordinating the fuse, breakers and reclosers of a system so to allow the down stream devices to operate first
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Ability of protector with lowest rating (in cascade arrangement) to open before protectors with higher rating when fault occurs downstream from lowest rated protector (See Cascade Circuit )
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the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation
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The bringing together of agencies and resources to ensure consistent and effective response to an incident (CIMS)
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The harmonious functioning of muscles in the body to perform complex movements
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