disaggregative

dis·ag·gre·gate

 (dĭs-ăg′rĭ-gāt′)
v. dis·ag·gre·gat·ed, dis·ag·gre·gat·ing, dis·ag·gre·gates
v.tr.
To divide into constituent parts.
v.intr.
To break up or break apart.

dis·ag′gre·ga′tion n.
dis·ag′gre·ga′tive adj.

disaggregative

(dɪsˈæɡrɪˌɡeɪtɪv)
adj
formal separating from the mass or into parts
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18) For extended discussions of the relationship between ex ante and ex post systems, see Jaime Dodge, Disaggregative Mechanisms: Mass Claims Resolution Without Class Actions, 63 Emory L.
43) external factors as a source of change in the economic process because he says he wants a disaggregative theory of change.
Other interpolative algorithms are certainly possible, and are used often to disaggregate data collected in differently shaped units or in units larger than desired for a particular analysis (see Kar and Hodgson 2012 for a review and analysis of a wide array of disaggregative interpolation methods; Bevan and Conolly 2009 for a recent example of kriging and regression from the eastern Mediterranean).
Moving from an increasingly specialized, disaggregative approach to multiple, integrative approaches and methodologies in an attempt to have the lens of science match the complexity of the focus of study is a significant advance in public health research.
Pimentel, Patzek, and Cecil (2007) follow a disaggregative approach, building up their estimates from the various components and processes used in the corn ethanol conversion.
1995, Determinants of Government Expenditures: New Evidence From Disaggregative Data, Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, 57(1): 67-76.
In addition, to the extent that courts begin to use proportional liability to resolve the causation issues that routinely arise in toxic tort cases, the costs of disaggregative process are magnified in the evaluation of these claims by plaintiff attorneys.
223) Although the class action is one of the most complex forms of federal litigation, "justice is often better served in mass tort cases through `collective, rather than disaggregative, processes.
The worker discipline effect: A disaggregative analysis.
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The present study shifts the locus from the indices of rural-specific variables at an aggregative level [This study is a part of the larger work as reported in Malik (1992)] to various village-specific and household-specific variables at a disaggregative level.
The major merit of this book lies in the author's disaggregative approach, his careful construction of explanatory variables (e.