conditioning

The act of exposing BOBBINS of FILLING YARN to steam or to a spray of conditioning solution in order to set the twist, to remove kinks from the YARN, and to prevent its kinking in subsequent processes.

Conditioning

To bring something to a certain condition by means of an appropriate treatment.

conditioning

A procedure that prepares produce for display and sale through proper handling techniques (such as trimming excess leaves on greens). Conditioning maintains the appearance and eating quality of perishables.
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Conditioning

This is another name for 'learning'. Pavlov put forward a theory of classical conditioning, or learning by association. While Skinner proposed operant conditioning. This is learning as a result of behaviours being reinforced by reward (positive reinforcement), or unpleasant consequence (negative reinforcement).
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conditioning

[n] - a learning process in which an organism`s behavior becomes dependent on the occurrence of a stimulus in its environment
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Conditioning

Process of subjecting material to specific temperature and humidity conditions for stipulated time.
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Conditioning

Cycle charging and discharging to ensure that formation (see below) is complete when a cell enters service or returns to service after a period of inactivity
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Conditioning

When leather is dried after retanning, dyeing and fatliquoring the fibres tend to stick together and the leather is hard. The fibres are separated and the leather softened by staking. Staking is best done at about 18% humidity and so a little humidity has to be put into the dry leather. This is most commonly done by a water spray and then piling th...
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Conditioning

Conditioning: 1) Exercise and practice to build the body up for either improved normal performance, as in physical therapy, or in preparation for sports performance. 2) A method of educating involving repetitive activities to influence behavior.
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conditioning

1. <psychology> A general term referring to the learning of some particular response. ... 2. <oncology> A preparative regimen of chemotherapy before a bone marrow transplant. ... (03 Jul 1999) ...
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conditioning

noun a learning process in which an organism`s behavior becomes dependent on the occurrence of a stimulus in its environment
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conditioning

(kәn-dish´әn-ing) in physical medicine, improvement of physical health by a program of exercises; called also physical conditioning. in psychology, a form of learning in which a response is elicited by a neutral stimulus that previously had been repeatedly presented in conjunction with the stimulus t...
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Conditioning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Condition
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conditioning

in physiology, a behavioral process whereby a response becomes more frequent or more predictable in a given environment as a result of reinforcement, ... [15 related articles]
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Conditioning

Vacuum term. The process of running voltage in a septa or separator at a high level over a period of time to clean up the vacuum. After a high voltage beamline device such as a Septa or Separator is baked out it is then run at a high voltage to burn off any oils, dust, or sharp edges that the bakeout didn't get. The voltage is turned on at a low le...
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Conditioning

[probability] Beliefs depend on the available information. This idea is formalized in probability theory by conditioning. Conditional probabilities, conditional expectations and conditional distributions are treated on three levels: discrete probabilities, probability density functions, and measure theory. Conditioning leads to a non-random...
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Conditioning

An aspect of secondary fermentation in which the yeast refine the flavors of the final beer. Conditioning continues in the bottle.
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conditioning

the subjection of a specimen to an atmosphere of a specified relative humidity or complete immersion in water or other liquid, at a specified temperature for a specified period of time
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conditioning

conditioning: see learning.
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conditioning

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-di′shŭn-ing Definitions: 1. The process of acquiring, developing, educating, establishing, learning, or training new responses in an individual. Used to describe both respondent and operant behavior; in both usages, refers to a change in the frequency or form of behavior as a result of the influence of the e...
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conditioning

In psychology, two major principles of behaviour modification. In classical conditioning, described by Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov, a new stimulus can evoke an automatic response by being repeatedly associated with a stimulus that naturally provokes that response. For example, the sound of a bell repeatedly associated with food will eventually...
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Conditioning

See 'backgrounding'.
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Conditioning

An aspect of secondary fermentation in which the yeast refine the flavors of the final beer. Conditioning continues in the bottle.
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Conditioning

The art and science of preparing a horse mentally and physically for a particular use such as pleasure riding, competitive trail riding, or showing
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Conditioning

See 'backgrounding'.
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