segmentation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Biyoloji) segmentasyon
(Dilbilim) bölümleme
(Turizm) pazarın bölümlendirilmesi
bölütleme
bölütlendirme
parçalara ayırma
bölüm
kesimleme
bölme
parçalama
Birbirine az çok benzeyen parçalara ayrılma, bölümlenme
{i} bölünerek çoğalma
bölme/bölünme
{i} hücre bölünmesi
{i} bölünme
(Tıp) Birbirine az çok benzeyen parçalara ayrılma, bölümlenme, segmantasyon
{i} segmantasyon
{i} parçalara ayrılma
segmentation fault
(Bilgisayar) bölütleme aksaması
segmentation plan
(Biyoloji) bölütlenme planı
segment
parça
segment
(Tıp) Bölüm, parça, lop parçası (akciğer)
benefit segmentation
(Ticaret) fayda bölümlendirmesi
segment
kesilmiş parça
segment
sektör

Pazarın daha zengin sektörü için çok sayıda firma yarışıyor. - Many firms are competing for the wealthier segment of the market.

segment
(Ticaret) faaliyet alanı
segment
daire parçası
segment
bilezik
segment
daire dilimi
segment
(Arılık) halka
segment
(Bilgisayar) parçalamak parça
segment
(Tıp) katman
segment
(Ticaret) iş dalı
segment
bölütlendirmek
segment
(Matematik) bölünge
segment
{i} bölüm

Tom cevap verme bölümünde fikrini vermek için sık sık radyo istasyonunu arar. - Tom often rings the radio station to give his opinion on the talk-back segment.

segment
(Bilgisayar) parçalamak
segment
dilim
segment
bölmek
segment
parçalara ayırmak
segment
kısım
segment
segman
segment
bölünmek
segment
{f} parçalara ayır
segment
kesim
program segmentation
program bölümlemesi, program kesimlemesi
customer segmentation
(Ticaret) müşteri segmentasyonu
record segmentation
tutanak bolutlemesi
segment
segment,v.parçalara ayır: n.parça
segment
{i} (Geometri) parça
segment
bölüt
segment
{f} kesimlemek
segment
segment
segment
daire kesmesi
segment
{i} (Zooloji) bölüt
texture segmentation
doku bolutlemesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The state of being divided into segments
The act or an instance of dividing into segments
Grouping the individuals in a database into segments based on combinations of demographics, response, purchase behavior or other criteria Also sometimes called clustering
Customers are individuals Different customers have different need and privileges Traditionally marketers have divided their target market into segments with homogenous characteristics such as lifestyle, income and demographic CRM aims to make each customer a 'section of one', meaning each customer is known so intimately that you can provide a product/service specifically tailored to their needs and preferences
The process of dividing a market into groups that display similar behaviour and characteristics
(embryology) the repeated division of a fertilised ovum
Dividing a mailing list into a number of smaller lists according to information contained in the data record For example a list can be segmented into Customers and Prospects, into Male and Female etc The process of segmentation can become quite complex when many factors are used to determine the final mailing list
The process of dividing into segments
breaking down the market(s) into individual parts and adapting to these individual characteristics
The process of dividing a film into parts for analysis
The division of an organization into parts
Splitting up a population into subsets based on common characteristics Examples might be product requirements, needs, age, income, education, product preference and so forth
The division of breaking larger segments (ring) into multiple small segments (rings)
The process of dividing a list into mini-markets on the basis of demographic, psychographic or geographic data
The grouping of customers with common characteristics Examples are the Students Channel, Schools Channel and Financial Partners Channel
dividing a market into smaller parts with distinct needs and behaviours
Segmentation is the dividing of something into parts which are loosely connected. when something divides or is divided into smaller parts segmentation of
A process by which an insurer divides its general account investments into distinct parts, or segments, that correspond with each of the insurer's major lines of business For example, one segment can be used to account for group life insurance investments, while another can be used to account for individual life insurance investments
The breaking up of a fault along its length into several smaller faults This can happen as a result of other faults crossing it, topography changes, or bends in the strike of the faults Segmentation can limit the length of faulting in a single earthquake to some fraction of the total fault length, thus also limiting the size of the earthquake
to divide the population into homogeneous groups according to product, user or purchase situation characteristics
Splitting a large or heavily used network into smaller, interconnected portions to spread out the data traffic
The act or process of dividing into segments; specifically Biol
The option to take a proportion of the investment and leave the rest invested, i e to take 10% of your pension and leave the other 90% still invested
The process of dividing or segmenting textual information into segments that serve some text processing need For example, line layout requires segmenting the rendered form of text into visible lines; to perform this, it is often necessary to find syllable or word boundaries where line breaks can occur
Process of separating characteristic groups within a list for target marketing
– Dividing large, heterogeneous populations into smaller, homogenous subpopulations and creating, based on research, customized and more desirable products, services, and messages
{i} division into segments, separation into parts; division of a creature or organ into equal parts (Biology); cell division (Biology)
The division of a unit of data into smaller pieces such that it can be sent across a data link
the act of dividing or partitioning; separation by the creation of a boundary that divides or keeps apart
Akin to the notion "divide and conquer," segmentation is marketingspeak for breaking your audience down into definable subcategories For instance, Coca-Cola may segment its audience based on frequency (one can a month or five cans a day), location (Bangkok or Bangladesh), and many other criteria On the Web, segmentation is useful not just to marketers but to site designers as well, since the segments we track - IE vs Netscape, first-timer vs repeat visitor, domestic vs international - shape the way we develop and deploy our Web sites
a self-division into segments as a result of growth; cell cleavage; cell multiplication; endogenous cell formation
The process by which an image is divided into spatial regions of like attribute
The division of a marketplace into distinct subsets of consumers having similar needs and wants, each of which can be reached with a different marketing mix
- the process of reducing the whole into pieces to minimize the volume of reactor pieces for optimum fit inside shipping packages
segmentation clock
A molecular oscillator, governed by periodic shifts in gene expression, which influences the timing of vertebrate somitogenesis
segmentation fault
A software error that occurs when a program attempts to access a memory location that it is not permitted to access
TCP segmentation offload
a feature of some NICs that offloads the packetization of data from the CPU to the NIC
segment
A portion of an itinerary; can be a flight or train between two cities, a car or hotel booked in a particular city
segment
An Ethernet bus
segment
One of several parts of an organism, with similar structure, arranged in a chain; such as a vertebra, or a third of an insect's thorax
segment
A length of some object

a segment of rope.

segment
The part of a circle between its circumference and a chord (usually other than the diameter)
segment
A portion of an organ whose cells are derive from a single cell within the primordium from which the organ developed

In Lejeuneaceae vegetative branches normally originate from the basiscopic basal portion of a lateral segment half, as in the Radulaceae, and the associated leaves, therefore, are quite unmodified.

segment
Any of the pieces that comprise an order tree
segment
A part of a television program, devoted to a topic

The news showed a segment on global warming.

segment
A consonant or a vowel
time-span segmentation
The breaking down of a time-span into smaller time-spans (as a whole note or rest becoming two half notes or four quarter notes)
segment
{n} a piece cut off or contained
market segmentation
The segregation of a market into groups with common features. Includes; industrial or consumer markets; geographical, socio-economic, behavioural, psycho-graphic and life-style
User Segmentation
(Reklam) Division of potential customers into market segments according to how and for what purpose they use a product. Do they use it for cleaning their teeth or for making cakes (baking powder)? For oiling their hair or for frying food? (True story concerning use of Brylcreem in Nigeria). As a decongestant chest rub or as an aphrodisiac? (True story concerning Ribby Rub in Caribbean)
segment
  In a distributed queue dual bus (DQDB) network, a protocol data unit (PDU) that (a) consists of 52 octets transferred between DQDB-layer peer entities as the information payload of a slot, (b) contains a header of 4 octets and a payload of 48 octets, and (c) is either a pre-arbitrated segment or a queued arbitrated segment
segment
A (limited) length of cable - segments can be joined by repeaters (rare), bridges (common), routers or switches (which are hardware logic bridges and routers)
segment
divide into segments; "segment an orange"; "segment a compound word
segment
divide into segments; "segment an orange"; "segment a compound word"
segment
One of the divisions, rings, or joints into which many animal bodies are divided; a somite; a metamere; a somatome
segment
If a company segments a market, it divides it into separate parts, usually in order to improve marketing opportunities. The big six record companies are multinational, and thus can segment the world market into national ones. to divide something into parts that are different from each other
segment
A unit of Great Lakes coastline The coastline was divided into segments to aid in sample site selection, and were created so that every meter of US coastline is part of only one segment Segment endpoints were chosen as the midway point between adjacent 2nd order (Strahler stream order) and larger streams Thus, each segment contains only one 2nd order or larger stream
segment
Section of a network that is bounded by bridges, routers, hubs, or switches; dividing an Ethernet into multiple segments is a common way to increase bandwidth on a LAN
segment
Under HIPAA, this is a group of related data elements in a transaction
segment
On Ethernet a media segment may be made up of one or more cable sections joined together to produce a continuous cable for carrying Ethernet signals
segment
A straight path between two points that is the shortest distance between them
segment
{f} divide into sections, partition; be divided into sections, be partitioned
segment
To divide or separate into parts in growth; to undergo segmentation, or cleavage, as in the segmentation of the ovum
segment
A piece in the form of the sector of a circle, or part of a ring; as, the segment of a sectional fly wheel or flywheel rim
segment
one of the parts into which something naturally divides; "a segment of an orange" divide or split up; "The cells segmented" divide into segments; "segment an orange"; "segment a compound word
segment
a predefined and identified set of functionally related data elements values which are identified by their sequential positions within the set A segment starts with a segment tag and ends with a segment terminator It can be a service segment or a user data segment
segment
A discrete portion of a network, such as a LAN, without routers or bridges Bridges and routers can be used to isolate network traffic to specific segments
segment
A portion of the Serial Item/Contribution Identifier comprising a set of related data elements
segment
one of several parts or pieces that fit with others to constitute a whole object; "a section of a fishing rod"; "metal sections were used below ground"; "finished the final segment of the road"
segment
A designated subarea (subset of the search area) to be searched by one or more specifically assigned search resources The size of a segment is determined by the search planner The boundaries of a segment are identifiable both in the field and on a map and are based on searchability, not probability
segment
A part of a document, usually limited by punctuation - periods, tabs, paragraph marks, or custom tags The segment or sentence is the fundamental unit of information stored in translation memory with its corresponding bilingual matching segment
segment
A segment of a market is one part of it, considered separately from the rest. Three-to-five day cruises are the fastest-growing segment of the market Women's tennis is the market leader in a growing market segment -- women's sports
segment
- a length of river characterized by limited variation in hydrologic and physiographic characteristics In general, segments would be defined where tributaries significantly affect hydrologic, sediment, or water-quality characteristics Segments generally contain multiple reaches
segment
A segment gear
segment
A segment of something is one part of it, considered separately from the rest. the poorer segments of society. the third segment of his journey. = section
segment
to divide into segments or sections
segment
One of the cells or division formed by segmentation, as in egg cleavage or in fissiparous cell formation
segment
A segment of fruit such as an orange or grapefruit is one of the sections into which it is easily divided
segment
One of the parts into which any body naturally separates or is divided; a part divided or cut off; a section; a portion; as, a segment of an orange; a segment of a compound or divided leaf
segment
To ease handling of the large amount of DNA sequence, the genomic sequences have been divided into 10 kb segments that overlap their neighbors by 5 kb The segment's name shows from which chromosome it was generated and where on that chromosome it is located For example, segment G165 is a segment of chromosome VII ("G" is the seventh letter of the alphabet) that extends from coordinate 165,001 to 175,000
segment
A segment refers to a single flight with the same flight number For example, if you travel from A to B, change planes at B, and then travel from B to C, you will have flown two segments On the other hand, if you travel from A to C and the flight stops at B, but you don't change planes, then your trip from A to C is one segment from the point of view of fare rules Note that the US federal segment tax defines both of these scenarios as two segments
segment
a part of a television program
segment
To cut, mark off, divide A unit whose boundaries can be identified in the stream of speech A phoneme is a discrete category or segment cut out of the continuum of speech sounds It is a man made artifact The vowel sounds merge into one another but most native speakers can discern a clear instance of a particular vowel Those who are unfamiliar with the language may not discriminate two vowels (e g uh and ah) unless their language also isolates these sounds
segment
a length of some object: a segment of rope
segment
This term was introduced in the EPI technical report A SCSI bus segment is defined as two terminators and all devices between them See also: domain
segment
A segment of a circle is one of the two parts into which it is divided when you draw a straight line through it
segment
Refers to a section of cable on a network In Ethernet networks, two types of segments are defined A populated or trunk segment is a network cable that has one or more nodes attached to it A link segment is a cable that connects a computer to an interconnecting device, such as a repeater or concentrator, or connects a interconnecting device to another interconnecting device
segment
one of the parts into which something naturally divides; "a segment of an orange"
segment
An active element of a digit, usually 7 segments for numeric and 14 segments for alpha/numeric digits
segment
SEGMENT An active element of a digit, usually 7 segments for numeric and 14 segments for alpha/numeric digits
segment
Table of metadata describing segments within each tracefile segment_id - Primary key byte_offset_begin - Beginning point of the segment within the tracefile time_stamp_begin - Time when the segment began time_elapsed - Elapsed run time of the segment trace_id - Foreign key to TRACE event_type_id - Foreign key to EVENT_TYPE
segment
A part cut off from a figure by a line or plane; especially, that part of a circle contained between a chord and an arc of that circle, or so much of the circle as is cut off by the chord; as, the segment acb in the Illustration
segment
A portion of a computer program that may be executed without the entire computer program being resident in main storage A group of display elements A section of cable between components or devices A segment may consist of a single patch cable, several patch cables that are connected, or a combination of building cable and patch cables that are connected In Internet communications, the unit of transfer between TCP functions in different machines Each segment contains control and data fields; the current byte-stream position and actual data bytes are identified along with a checksum to validate received data
segment
A predefined set of functionally related data elements that make up a specific unit in an EDI transaction set
segment
{i} fragment; section; part, portion; slice, piece
segment
divide or split up; "The cells segmented"
segment
A unit of code or data produced by the linker and existing only in an executable image of the program The linker assigns attributes to sections, orders and groups them, and puts them into segments Contrast with section
segment
A segment is a physically or logically distinct section of a network Segments are used to isolate network traffic, and often have specific limitations on their physical size and number of hosts and other physical connections
segment
Vehicle category broken down according to characteristics Compact cars, Sports Utility Vehicles and Full-Size Vans are examples of segments used in J D Power and Associates studies
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) Segmentasyon.Barsaktaki kaslar yoluyla yiyecek ve atıkların vücut boyunca hareket etmesi işlemi
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segment
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