classify

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Englisch - Türkisch
sınıflandırmak
{f} sınıflamak
kategorilere ayırmak
(Askeri) gizlilik derecesi vermek
sınıflandırma yapmak
(Teknik,Ticaret) gruplandırmak
bölümlemek
sınıflandır

Lütfen bu kitapları konuya göre sınıflandırın. - Please classify these books by subject.

Tom onu ​​harika bir kitap olarak sınıflandırırdı. - Tom would classify it as a great book.

siniflandir
{f} tasnif etmek
{f} -i (kategorilere) ayırmak, -i sınıflamak, -i sınıflandırmak, -i tasnif etmek, -i bölümlemek
{f} ayırmak
(Askeri) SINIFLANDIRMAK, GİZLİLİK DERECESİ VERMEK: Bilgi ve haberlere üç gizlilik derecesinden ÇOK GİZLİ, GİZLİ, ÖZEL birini vermek
(Tekstil) sınıflamak, bölümlemek, tefrik etmek
{f} gizli olduğunu duyurmak
classified
gizli (bilgi)
classification
sınıflandırma

Sınıflandırma benim uzmanlığım değil. - Classification is not my specialty.

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

classified
sınıflandırılmış

Ceza hukuku, ceza yasası olarak da bilinen, bir suç olarak sınıflandırılmış olan bir hareket için takibat gerektirir. - Criminal law, also known as penal law, involves prosecution for an act that has been classified as a crime.

Bu belge sınıflandırılmış. - This document is classified.

classify media
(Bilgisayar) ortamı sınıflandır
classification
(Askeri) DOSYA TASNİFİ: Münferit vesikaların bir dosyada tasnif edilmiş şekillerini tayin eden ve konu, isim, coğrafi mevki, sayı vesaireye göre yapılan dosyalama usulü
classification
{i} tasnif
classification
{i} derecelendirme
classified
(gazetede) küçük ilanlar
classified
gizli/sınıflandırılmış
classification
(Gıda) ayırma
classification
klas saptaması
classification
öbekleme
classification
(Ticaret) bölümlendirme
classification
(Politika, Siyaset) sınıf

Sınıflandırma benim uzmanlığım değil. - Classification is not my specialty.

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

classification
adlandırma
classification
klasifaksiyon
classification
(Ticaret) gruplandırma
classification
bölükleme
classification
(Askeri) gizlilik derecesi verme
classified
çok gizli
classified
sınıf

Bu belge sınıflandırılmış. - This document is classified.

Kolombiya'da nüfus birden altıya kadar değişen sosyal katmanlara göre sınıflandırılır. Bir en fakir olma ve altı en zengin olma. - In Colombia, the population is classified into social strata ranging from one to six, one being the poorest and six being the richest.

classified
(Askeri) gizlilik dereceli
classified
bölümlenmiş
classified
(Havacılık) sınıflandırmak
classified
kategorilere ayrılmış
classified
sınıflanmış
classified
tasnif
classified
(Havacılık) tasnif etmek
classifiable
sınıflandırılabilir
classification
bölümleme
classified
tasnif edilmiş
classified
(askeri bilgi/vb.) gizli
classified
{f} sınıflandır

Postanede, posta gideceği yere göre sınıflandırılır. - In the post office, mail is classified according to the place where it is to go.

Kütüphaneci kitapları konularına göre sınıflandırdı. - The librarian classified the books according to subject.

classifier
kümeleyici
classifier
klasifikatör
classifier
sınıflandırıcı
classifying
{i} sınıflandırma

Ben nesneleri sınıflandırmada iyi değilim. - I'm not good at classifying things.

classifying
{f} sınıflandır

Ben nesneleri sınıflandırmada iyi değilim. - I'm not good at classifying things.

classification
klasifikasyon
classified
gizli

Tom gizli bilgileri satmakla suçlanıyor. - Tom has been accused of selling classified information.

Gizli bilgiyi ortaya çıkartamayız. - We can't reveal classified information.

classified
{f} siniflandir
classified
s. 1. kategorilere ayrılmış, sınıflanmış, sınıflandırılmış, tasnif edilmiş, bölümlenmiş. 2. gizli (bilgi)
classified
ünitelendirilmiş
classifier
sınıflandırıcısı
classifier
siniflandirici
classifying
{f} siniflandir
classification
sınıf/sınıflandırma
classification
(Tekstil) sınıflama, bölümleme, ayırma, tasnif etme
classification
{i} kategori, sınıf
classification
{i} sınıflama
classification
(Askeri) (CLASSIFIED INFORMATION) GİZLİLİK DERECESİ VERME (GİZLİ BİLGİ): Resmi bilgilerin, izinsiz açıklanma ihtimaline karşı, milli savunma yararına özel bir korunmaya ve bu şekilde tanıtılmaya ihtiyaç gösterdiğini tespit işlemi
classification
klasman
classified
derecelendirilmiş
to classify
sınıflamak
to classify
tasnif etmek
Englisch - Englisch
To identify by or divide into classes; to categorize

Should we classify make up as an idiom or as a phrasal verb?.

To declare something a secret, especially a government secret

They decided to classify that information.

to arrange in a class or classes on the basis of observed resemblance¡¯s and differences
{f} group, sort, arrange systematically; make confidential
To classify things means to divide them into groups or types so that things with similar characteristics are in the same group. It is necessary initially to classify the headaches into certain types The coroner immediately classified his death as a suicide. = categorize + classification classifications clas·si·fi·ca·tion the British Board of Film Classification
{v} to form into classes
declare unavailable, as for security reasons; "Classify these documents
to arrange a series of objects, plants, or animals according to common traits
Arrange or include in classes/categories
declare unavailable, as for security reasons; "Classify these documents"
to group positions according to their duties and responsibilities and assign a class title
to give labels to the sorted groups
Distinguish a given input sequence by pattern analysis in order to choose a resulting action For network packets, classification could be as simple as looking up a destination address, or as complicated as extracting numerous fields and applying a complex analysis algorithm
To distribute into classes; to arrange according to a system; to arrange in sets according to some method founded on common properties or characters
Classification is a method of assigning retention/disposition rules to records Similar to the declare function, this can be a completely manual process or process-driven, depending on the particular implementation As a minimum, the user can be presented with a list of allowable file codes from a drop-down list (manual classification) Ideally, the desktop process/application can automate classification by triggering a file code selection from a property or characteristic of the process/application
assign to a class or kind; "How should algae be classified?"; "People argue about how to relegate certain mushrooms"
arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
To separate the cause of indications into one of three categories, namely, anomalies, non-relevant conditions, or pipeline components
To sort according to their common elements, factors, or characteristics Includes giving that cluster a label that communicates those essential characteristics
To group positions according to similarity of their duties and responsibilities and assign a class title; to determine the appropriate classification of a new position
arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?" declare unavailable, as for security reasons; "Classify these documents
To place a taxon in a classification system
range
classified
Any information a person or organization does not wish to disclose

I won't say who I'm going to the prom with; that's classified.

classified
Simple past tense and past participle of classify

Make sure all the field observations are classified by species.

classifier
A word or morpheme used in some languages (such as Japanese and American Sign Language), in certain contexts (such as counting), to indicate the semantic class to which something belongs
classification
{n} the act of arranging or state of being arranged in a class
classifier
{n} one who forms classes
classifiable
possible to classify
classifiable
able to be classified
classifiable
Capable of being classified
classifiable
{s} capable of being categorized
classification
The process of organizing positions into categories of work (classes) based on the similarity of duties, authority, and responsibility
classification
Structured, reasoned and largely scientific [2: taxonomy ] ways of identifying and naming organisms, usually on the basis of their evolutionary relationship [2: systematics ] [3: CLASSIFICATION AND PHYLOGENY ]; [3: Introduction to the Principles of Taxonomy with a Focus on Human Classification Categories ]
classification
The process of placing items into groups or categories, according to a set of rules For example, maps and map projections may be classified according to their use, scale, properties or appearance
classification
A systematic arrangement of objects (of any type) into groups or categories according to a set of established criteria
classification
An ability to group objects according to one or more dimensions which involves the realization that subcategories can be combined (a transformation) to form a superordinate category and again reduced to the former subcategories (Solso)
classification
A classification is the separation or ordering of objects (or specimens) into classes [WEBOL 1998] Classifications that are created non-empirically are called a priori classifications [ ; Simpson 1961; WEBOL 1998] Classifications that are created empirically by looking at the data are called a posteriori classifications [ ; Simpson 1961; WEBOL 1998] [11]
classification
Application classes for cabling have been identified for the purpose of the ISO/IEC 11801 standard; - Class A : cabling is characterized up to 100 kHz - Class B : cabling is characterized up to 1 MHz - Class C : cabling is characterized up to 16 MHz - Class D : cabling is characterized up to 100 MHz - Class E : cabling is characterized up to 250 MHz - Class F : cabling is characterized up to 600 MHz - Optical Class : optical fiber links are characterized up to 10 MHz and above
classification
according to some common relations or affinities
classification
the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories
classification
A method of generalization In the process of classification, an attempt is made to group data into classes according to some common characteristics, thereby reducing the number of data elements Classification tends to be based upon the attributes or characteristics of data rather than their geometry
classification
restriction imposed by the government on documents or weapons that are available only to certain authorized people the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories a group of people or things arranged by class or category
classification
The grouping of mail into mail classes and subclasses by rate categories Categories are determined according to content, weight, size, and preparation standards (such as sortation and barcoding)
classification
Work that involves position evaluation, establishing and maintaining a position classification program to determine appropriate pay system, occupational grouping, title and grade of positions, and advising on position and organization design
classification
The designation freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate For undergraduates, classification is determined by the total number of semester hours of credit, including transferred credit, credit by examination, and credit earned by extension and correspondence, that have been accepted by the University and posted on the student's record (whether or not these hours are applicable toward a degree) Hours in progress and hours failed are not counted in determining classification Freshman 0-29 hours of credit Sophomore 30-59 hours of credit Junior 60-89 hours of credit Senior more than 89 hours of credit
classification
A logical scheme for arrangement of knowledge, usually by subject Classification schema are alpha and/or numeric; for example, Library of Congress Classification, Dewey Classification, Universal Decimal Classification
classification
The process of devising and applying schemes based on the business activities which generate records, whereby they are categorised in systematic and consistent ways to facilitate their capture, retrieval, maintenance and disposal Classification includes determining document or file naming conventions, user permissions and security restrictions on records Australian Standard AS 4390-1996, Part 1 Clause 4 8
classification
A classification is a division or category in a system which divides things into groups or types. Its tariffs cater for four basic classifications of customer. see also classify. a process in which you put something into the group or class it belongs to, or the group that it belongs to classify. Dewey Decimal Classification library classification Library of Congress Classification LC Classification
classification
The act of forming into a class or classes; a distribution into groups, as classes, orders, families, etc
classification
the process of assigning the pixels of a continuous raster image to discrete categories
classification
A collection of tasks, duties and responsibilities assigned to one or more individuals whose work is the same in nature and level Each classification in the Vanderbilt system has a specific title and 4-digit job code which distinguishes it from other classifications
classification
Forming, sorting, apportioning, grouping, or dividing objects into classes to form an ordered arrangement of items having a defined range of characteristics, relationships, and distinctive differences Classification systems may be taxonomic, mathematical, observed, or inferred, depending upon the purpose to be served The purpose of classification is to describe the structure and relationships of objects to each other and to similar objects, and to simplify these relationships in such a way that general statements can be made about classes of objects, thereby achieving economy of memory and ease of manipulation
classification
a group of people or things arranged by class or category
classification
Biological classification is a naming system for all organisms based primarily on structural criteria and arranges organisms in a hierarchy of groups that reflect evolutionary relationships Generally the smallest group is the species but sub-species and varieties may also be identified The classification system helps in the rapid identification of organisms and indicates their natural interrelationships
classification
The goal in a branch of mathematics of providing an exhaustive list of some type of mathematical object with no repetitions Example: The classification of 3-manifolds is one of the outstanding problems in topology With the advent of computers, one weak but precise way to state a classification problem is to ask whether there is an algorithm to determine whether two given objects are equivalent
classification
1 The classification of defects by defect type and size for process monitoring, yield learning, and excursion control 2 Benchmarking the performance of a process or equipment tool over a variety of conditions to determine its sensitivity against various input parameters
classification
restriction imposed by the government on documents or weapons that are available only to certain authorized people
classification
The systematic arrangement of objects, ideas, books, or other items based on like characteristics, such as size, color, type, form, content, or other features Library classification schemes often use a subject-based hierarchical structure
classification
The process of assigning individual pixels of a digital image to categories, generally on the basis of spectral reflectance or radiometric characteristics
classification
Arrangement according to a systematic division of a number of objects into groups, based on some likenesses or some common traits
classification
The act of forming into a class or classes; a distribution into groups, as classes, orders, families, etc., according to some common relations or attributes
classification
Each MathML element must be classified according to its mathematical role
classification
Process of formally grouping Configuration Items by type, e g software, hardware, documentation, environment, application Process of formally identifying changes by type e g project scope change request, validation change request, infrastructure change request Process of formally identifying incidents, problems and known errors by origin, symptoms and cause
classification
Classification is the categorisation of objects according to their qualities or extrinsic information attributed to them to help in their management
classification
{i} sorting, systematic arranging
classification
the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type
classified
Classified information or documents are officially secret. He has a security clearance that allows him access to classified information. classified information, documents etc are ones which the government has ordered to be kept secret
classified
A classified advertisement in a newspaper or magazine
classified
{s} grouped, sorted, systematically arranged; secret, confidential
classified
arranged into classes official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified
classified
Leagues or tournaments with average limitations
classified
National security information formally assigned by governments to one of several levels of sensitivity, usually (in English) top secret, secret, confidential, and, in some countries, restricted; thereby making disclosure to unauthorized persons illegal
classified
past of classify
classified
Employee family consisting of employees who under state law are not appointed with faculty rank or are specifically exempted They are governed by rules and regulations published and administered by the Personnel Division of the Executive Department of the State of Oregon and/or by the terms and conditions of collective bargaining agreements
classified
arranged into classes
classified
official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"
classifier
A rule consisting of a condition, an action, and a strength record
classifier
a word or morpheme used in some languages in certain contexts (such as counting) to indicate the semantic class in which an item belongs
classifier
A mechanism that describes behavioral and structural features Classifiers include interfaces, classes and datatypes and components
classifier
a person who creates classifications
classifier
A mechanism that describes behavioral and structural features Classifiers include interfaces, classes, datatypes, and components
classifier
Any person who makes a classification determination and applies a classification category to information or material The determination may be an original classification action or it may be a derivative classification action Contractors make derivative classification determinations based on classified source material, a security classification guide, or a Contract Security Classification Specification
classifier
One who classifies
classifier
{i} one who categorizes, one who sorts
classifier
A word or morpheme used in some languages (such as Japanese), in certain contexts (such as counting), to indicate the semantic class to which something belongs
classifier
An entity, which selects packets, based on the content of packet headers according to defined rules
classifier
A set of production rules used to match environmental data and suggest an action to be taken, usually incorporates a genetic algorithm Each rule covers part of state space
classifier
specifies the numeric representation of an icon to be associated with the menu item Type: Numeric
classifier
a word or morpheme used in some languages in certain contexts (such as counting) to indicate the semantic class in which an item belongs a person who creates classifications
classifier
Someone who classifies
classifier
A mapping from unlabeled instances to (discrete) classes Classifiers have a form (e g , decision tree) plus an interpretation procedure (including how to handle unknowns, etc ) Some classifiers also provide probability estimates (scores), which can be thresholded to yield a discrete class decision thereby taking into account a utility function
classifies
third-person singular of classify
classifying
{i} forming classes; act of arranging in types or ranks
classifying
present participle of classify
classifying
That serves to classify
classify
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