formulize

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for·mu·lize

 (fôr′myə-līz′)
tr.v. for·mu·lized, for·mu·liz·ing, for·mu·liz·es
To formulate.

for′mu·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
for′mu·liz′er n.

formulize

(ˈfɔːmjʊˌlaɪz) or

formulise

vb (tr)
(Mathematics) to express (something) in a formula

for•mu•lize

(ˈfɔr myəˌlaɪz)

v.t. -lized, -liz•ing.
to formulate.
[1850–55]
for`mu•li•za′tion, n.
for′mu•liz`er, n.
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Implementation of the Spatial Equilibrium Model in meat cattle breeding in Turkey: In the Spatial Equilibrium Model that was formulized for meat cattle breeding in Turkey, the livestock (cattle) flow between the regions for nine agricultural regions is discoursed by taking the production phase into account (Yavuz, 1994).
For this purpose, the scattering parameters estimation is formulized as a multiway sparse reconstruction problem.
Innovation and entrepreneurship, after all, cannot be simply mass produced and formulized. Nevertheless, innovation has become a cottage industry in itself.
We also talked about what we are expecting in the future, because that's one part of the work and now it has to be formulized in different manners with the creation of the national commission.
Oral nutritional support products are sterile compounds formulized as liquid, semisolid or powder forms, which are prepared to be given orally and include different amounts of micro and macronutrients.
Convergence study about time step is conducted under tensile impact T that is formulized in Eq.
This process, formulized by Fourier's law, depends on the thermal conductivity and heat capacity of the aquifer.
They formulized the problem as Integer Linear Programming (ILP) and proposed a time slot allocation scheme, as well.
Sunni Islam never formulized an elaborate doctrine of walaya and barana despite the Quranic origin of the terms; hence, the "rediscovery" of the concept in some forms of salafism (the archetype of Islamic extremism in the modern mind) necessarily revisits the initial theological-exegetical questions faced by Ibahism's Kharijite progenitors--whether to treat sin on the part of individuals and their leaders as faith-defining (and thus impacting walaya and barana) and, if so, what types of rulings were to apply to them.
Most of these nationalistic performances were formulized during the early twentieth century and driven to new heights by the panic surrounding national identity during World War I.
The mathematical description of the deformable translational source is formulized simply as a linear relationship between [p'.sub.z] and [p.sub.z], which reflects the mean result of the source interaction.
Their formulized relationship can be explained as follows: one constant parameter of the surface energy, 1.0401 J[m.sup.-2], labeled A, and another constant parameter of the surface energy, 0.6648 J[m.sup.-2] labeled B, which is equal to the average of [E.sub.surface]M(100) and [E.sub.surface]M(110), that is, (0.6593 J[m.sup.-2] + 0.6974 J[m.sup.-2])/2 = 0.6648 J[m.sup.-2].