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.
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Conditioning

See 'backgrounding'.
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Conditioning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Condition
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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

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

[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

A phase in the bone marrow/stem cell transplant process designed to destroy cancer cells more chemotherapy. Conditioning involves combining high doses of chemotherapy and/or radiation.
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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

Adjusting the moisture content of wood.
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Conditioning

Allowing textile materials, slivers, yarns, and fabrics to come to hygroscopic equilibrium with the surrounding atmosphere or with the standard atmosphere for testing.
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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

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

Beer conditioning typically occurs after primary fermentation has completed, and the beer has been racked off the yeast and trub bed to a different vessel such as a secondary fermenter, barrel, keg, holding tank, cask, or bottle. The beer then conditions over time; the length of time typically depends on the style of beer, and the type of condition...
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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

conditioning: see learning.
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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

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

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

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

See 'backgrounding'.
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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

the process of carbonating beer.
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Conditioning

The subjection of a material to a stipulated treatment so that it will respond in a uniform way to subsequent testing or processing. The term is frequently used to refer to the treatment given to specimens before testing.
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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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