Desegmentation

De`seg`men`ta´tion


n.1.(Anat.) The loss or obliteration of division into segments; as, a desegmentation of the body.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Upon closer examination, the new market segmentation from CAMB is in fact not about segmentation but desegmentation, it is about commonalities, coming from people from different backgrounds (both pro-Duterte and anti-Duterte) who are against the late President Marcos being buried in LNMB (people).
He goes on to contest the proposition that the desegmentation of the global economy renders the concept of imperialism less relevant, and concludes with a discussion of how the existing state of economic affairs creates propitious conditions for the rise of fascism.
In these methods, the overall patch geometry is divided into segments of regular shapes, and the composition or deduction of these regularly shaped patches is considered for segmentation or desegmentation respectively.
In the analysis of irregular patches, whose Green's functions are not analytically available, the segmentation and/or desegmentation techniques are used in conjunction with the multiport analysis [18-20].
Sharma, "Segmentation and desegmentation techniques for analysis of microstrip antennas," IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, Vol.
In the study, despite the opening up of opportunities for continuing education and desegmentation in the job which in a way dilute the impact of gender and class in the occupational sector, information technology, especially the advanced training, were male's domain.