automatization


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au·tom·a·ti·za·tion

 (ô-tŏm′ə-tĭ-zā′shən)
n.
Automation.
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Owing to the automatization of the procedure, the research assistant could not have suggested anything to the participant because the target identification appeared only in the feedback phase, that is, after the participant's choice.
0 automatization system at Institut Pasteur de Guadeloupe.
55) However, in the words of one commentator: 'What is for many a repulsive vision of the automatization and destruction of humanity through a grid of mechanized domination and control becomes [for Haraway] the occasion for .
NEC also contributes in the electronic sector, in the area of computers, with the implementation of mainframe computers in projects of public entities , as well as in projects of the automatization projects.
Principle 5: Dosed novelty and automatization for efficient learning.
Immunohistochemical analysis is comparatively quick and inexpensive, allows automatization, and thereby permits studies of large tumor materials.
Shklovsky saw the solution to the automatization of mimetic language in poetic language.
For example, Real English is consistent with psycholinguistic approaches to SLA that focus on input, encoding/retention in memory, and automatization through practice (e.
Those citizens who have managed to escape the process of linguistic and behavioral automatization are either killed or relegated to the margins of society.
The companies said the alliance would benefit from Sysde's knowledge of the finance industry in Latin America with the so-called Financial Automatization System.
The undertaking is characterized by the neologism Hermeneumdtica, "informatic interpretation," the automatization of the process by which texts are critically interpreted.
1996 "A cognitive account of L2 development: The automatization of form-function mappings", (Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum, Arizona, Oct.