systematisation


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Noun1.systematisation - systematic organization; the act of organizing something according to a system or a rationale
organisation, organization - the activity or result of distributing or disposing persons or things properly or methodically; "his organization of the work force was very efficient"
codification - the act of codifying; arranging in a systematic order
formalisation, formalization - the act of making formal (as by stating formal rules governing classes of expressions)
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Les services des Douanes sont sommes, par ailleurs, a renforcer le controle aux frontieres, notamment par la systematisation du passage au scanner des conteners provenant de [beaucoup moins que] certains pays a risque [beaucoup plus grand que] et la mise en place, avec les services concernes, du controle a priori a partir des ports d'embarquement de ces pays.
They envisage further systematisation and codification of the budgetary process and improving the legal mechanisms for the protection of the rights and lawful interests of individuals who are in need of guardianship.
Since it is derived from a disciplined and structured process, the scorecard could be considered a strategic business tool used by organisations to enhance productivity/efficiency and customer performance and inculcate a culture of systematisation and internationalisation.
The Arabic curriculum lacks systematisation and progression.
Changing clinical care; experiences and lessons of systematisation.
The beginning of the Iron Age in the northeast is traditionally dated to the middle of the seventh century BC, and it is becoming increasingly obvious that the chronology of the First Iron Age is one of the weak points in the systematisation of this period, a period which saw the emergence of many of the examples catalogued and studied in Quesada and Farnie's work.
Weddings are big business in Japan, and as time means money, conveyor belt systematisation has taken hold.
Systematisation and reactive objectification are dialectically related, and both include, as component processes, politicisation (the use of tradition to articulate national, ethnic and regional identities) and rationalisation (the explicit formulation and codification of tradition).
Nitrile Oxides, Nitrones & Nitronates in Organic Synthesis provides comprehensive systematisation of novel data in nitrile oxide chemistry.