segmentation

The process of breaking a long protocol message into pieces that are no longer than the maximum allowed by lower protocol layers - and reassembling them on receipt. See layering.

segmentation

Organization of the body into repeating units called segments is a common feature of several phyla, eg. arthropods and annelids, although the segments arise by very different mechanisms. Segmentation also occurs during embryonic development in vertebrates, eg. partition of the mesoderm into somites, and is a feature of early CNS development. See rhombomeres, neuromeres. ...

Segmentation

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Segmentation

This is the identification of specific market segments within a market and the development of different marketing offerings for each segment. To maximise their ability to satisfy consumers, marketers divide up or segment the market for their products according to different consumer needs and preferences. :: AIB (8th Edition)
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segmentation

(see market segmentation)
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segmentation

(seg″mәn-ta´shәn) division into similar parts. cleavage.
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Segmentation

• (n.) The act or process of dividing into segments; specifically (Biol.), a self-division into segments as a result of growth; cell cleavage; cell multiplication; endogenous cell formation.
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segmentation

<biology> Organisation of the body into repeating units called segments is a common feature of several phyla, for example arthropods and annelids, although the segments arise by very different mechanisms. ... Segmentation also occurs during embryonic development in vertebrates, for example partition of the mesoderm into somites and is a featu...
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Segmentation

[biology] Segmentation in biology refers to the division of some animal and plant body plans into a series of repetitive segments. This article focuses on the segmentation of animal body plans, specifically using the examples of the phyla Arthropoda, Vertebrata, and Annelida. These three phyla form segments by using a `growth zone” to dir...
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Segmentation

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Segmentation

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Segmentation

Seg`men·ta'tion noun The act or process of dividing into segments; specifically (Biol.) , a self-division into segments as a result of growth; cell cleavage; cell multiplication; endogenous cell formation. Segmentation cavity (Biol.) , the cavity formed by the arrangement of ...
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Segmentation

A number of small identical policies (for example, life insurance or pension policies) rather than a... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/segmentation.htm?id=1304&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of segmentation'>more</a>
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segmentation

In many animals, the body is divided into repeated subunits called segments, such as those in centipedes, insects, and annelids. Segmentation is the state of having or developing a body plan in this way.
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segmentation

In many animals, the body is divided into repeated subunits called segments, such as those in centipedes, insects, and annelids. Segmentation is the state of having or developing a body plan in this way.
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segmentation

in zoology, the condition of being constructed of a linear series of similar parts, each being a metamere (body segment, or somite) and each being ... [6 related articles]
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Segmentation

Process of separating characteristic groups within a list for target marketing.
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Segmentation

See 'market segmentation'
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segmentation

segmentation. 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.
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Segmentation

The embryological process by which the insect body becomes divided into a series of parts or segments.
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segmentation

Type: Term Pronunciation: seg′men-tā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The act of dividing into segments; the state of being divided into segments. Synonyms: cleavage2
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