Innovation

Innovation is a new idea, device or process. Innovation can be viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, inarticulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are readily available to markets, governments and society. The...
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innovation

(from the article `social change`) Some social changes result from the innovations that are adopted in a society. These can include technological inventions, new scientific knowledge, ...
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Innovation

• (n.) A newly formed shoot, or the annually produced addition to the stems of many mosses. • (n.) A change effected by innovating; a change in customs; something new, and contrary to established customs, manners, or rites. • (n.) The act of innovating; introduction of something new, in customs, rites, etc.Innovation: words in the de...
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Innovation

[magazine] Innovation is a subscription-based magazine, compiling recent developments in the area of research in Singapore and globally. The format and style is designed to be accessible to an `educated layperson`, and also includes relevant fields such as patenting. The magazine is jointly published by the National University of Singapore ...
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innovation

[Noun] A completely new idea or product.
Example: The company was very keen to encourage innovation amongst its employees.
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Innovation

[signal processing] In time series analysis (or forecasting) — as conducted in statistics, signal processing, and many other fields — the innovation is the difference between the observed value of a variable at time t and the optimal forecast of that value based on information available prior to time t. If the forecasting method is work...
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Innovation

In`no·va'tion noun [ Latin innovatio ; confer French innovation .] 1. The act of innovating; introduction of something new, in customs, rites, etc. Dryden. 2. A change effected by innovating; a change in customs; something new, and contrary to established customs,...
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innovation

1. The act of innovating; introduction of something new, in customs, rites, etc. ... 2. A change effected by innovating; a change in customs; something new, and contrary to established customs, manners, or rites. 'The love of things ancient doth argue stayedness, but levity and want of experience maketh apt unto innovations.' (Hooker) ... 3. <bo...
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Innovation

An offshoot or departure from the axis.
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Innovation

Development of new products, services or ways of working
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innovation

innovation 1. The act or process of inventing or introducing something new. 2. A new invention or a new way of doing something.
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INNOVATION

Introduction of a new idea into the marketplace in the form of a new product or service or an improvement in organization or process.
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innovation

the act of starting something for the first time
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innovation

the act of starting something for the first time
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Innovation

The creation or introduction of something new, especially a new product or a new way of producing something.
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Innovation

The introduction of new ideas, goods, etc., or new methods of production. A new way of doing something
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Innovation

The latest version of the Oslo Manual defines four categories of innovations : - products or services (for a commercial or service company) : creation of a new product or a new commercial offering or service ; - processes: implementation of new techniques for the production of goods or of services ; - organisation: quality circles are an example o...
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Innovation

The use of a new idea, material, or technology to change an activity, development, good, or service or the way goods and services are produced, distributed, or disposed of.
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