partitioning

  1. an analysis into mutually exclusive categories
  2. divide into parts, pieces, or sections
  3. separate or apportion into sections

partitioning

The allocation of functional circuitry to a PCA based on performance requirements and the physical space (‘real estate`) available for part placement and interconnection.
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Partitioning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Partition
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partitioning

(from the article `international relations`) ...Cabinet rewarded India for its wartime loyalty by instructing Lord Mountbatten on Feb. 20, 1947, to prepare India for independence by June 1948. ... ...reputation of the United States, which he considered an asset in the Cold War. In any case both he and the American people wanted `no...
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partitioning

(from the article `poison`) Gas molecules move into the blood by partitioning, which is a gas-transfer process between two phases, such as between the air and the blood or the ...
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partitioning

(pahr-tĭ´shәn-ing) dividing into parts.
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Partitioning

Dividing a spectrum license into two or more geographic areas.
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