aggregation

The process of forming adhesions between particles such as cells. Aggregation is usually distinguished from agglutination by the slow nature of the process in that not every encounter between the cells is effective in forming an adhesion.

Aggregation

A mass or body of individual units or particles. Healthy soil has good aggregation. As micro-organisms 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

Orders to deal in shares are usually effected individually and as soon is as reasonably practicable. However, on occasions and for various reasons, individual orders may be grouped together to produce a bulk transaction known as an aggregated order. This may result in a more favourable price or sometimes a less favourable price than if the order had been executed individually. ...

Aggregation

Coming together of organisms into a group eg locust swarms.

Aggregation

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.
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Aggregation

a social group consisting of members of the same or different species that are not attracted to each other, but some other mutually attractive stimulus (e.g., food, shelter).
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Aggregation

The grouping together of a selected='selected' set of like entities to form one entity. For example, grouping sets of adjacent area units to form larger units, often as part of a spatial unit hierarchy such as wards grouped into districts. Any attribute data is also grouped or is summarised to give statistics for the new spatial unit.
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Aggregation

Ag`gre·ga'tion noun [ Confer Late Latin aggregatio , French agrégation .] The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated; collection into a mass or sum; a collection of particulars; an aggregate. « Each genus is made up by aggregation of species. Carpenter....
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aggregation

Massing of materials together as in clumping. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Aggregation

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.
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aggregation

(ag″rә-ga´shәn) massing or clumping of materials or people together. a clumped mass of material. familial aggregation the occurrence of more cases of a given disorder in close relatives of a person with the disorder than in control families. ...
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Aggregation

• (n.) The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated; collection into a mass or sum; a collection of particulars; an aggregate.
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aggregation

(from the article `colony`) in zoology, a group of organisms of one species that live and interact closely with each other. A colony differs from an aggregation, which is a ... A specific type of organism can establish one of three possible patterns of dispersion in a given area: a random pattern; an aggregated pattern, in ... [2 rel...
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aggregation

massing of materials together as in clumping.
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Aggregation

The combining of two or more kinds of an economic entity into a single category. Data on international trade necessarily aggregate goods and services into manageable groups. For macroeconomic purposes, all goods and services are usually aggregated into just one.
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Aggregation

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 aggrega....
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Aggregation

[linguistics] Aggregation is a subtask of natural language generation, which involves merging syntactic constituents (such as sentences and phrases) together. Sometimes aggregation can be done at a conceptual level. ==Examples== A simple example of syntactic aggregation is merging the two sentences John went to the shop and John bought an a...
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Aggregation

A concept of market segmentation that assumes that most consumers are alike. A library of the past had an 'opening day' collection of materials, that could be found in most towns and cities. Today's libraries are more aware of considering the unique needs of individuals in the market area.
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aggregation

Type: Term Pronunciation: ag-rĕ-gā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A crowded mass of independent but similar units; a cluster. Synonyms: agglomeration
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aggregation

Bundling several wind energy projects together so that they are treated as one larger project (when purchasing turbines, interconnecting, or maintaining a project, for example,) in order to spread out costs over more turbines or projects. This can have the effect of improving project economics.
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Aggregation

is a term which can be applied to any grouping of fish, for whatever reason (or unknown reason) they are concentrating. See shoaling.
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Aggregation

is the process of gathering and remixing content from blogs and other websites that provide RSS feeds. The results may be displayed in an aggregator website like Bloglines or Google Reader, or directly on your desktop using software often also called a newsreader.
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aggregation

a group, body, or mass composed of many distinct parts or individuals
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Aggregation

Process in corporate financial planning whereby the smaller investment proposals of each of the firm
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Aggregation

[ethology] In ethology, an aggregation is any form of gathering of organisms and the process of coming together. In some forms groups of unrelated species might form, in which interaction between members of the aggregation might be minimal; for example herds of grazing zebra and antelopes might combine, both the better to observe the approa...
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