reaggregate

reaggregate

(riːˈæɡrɪˌɡeɪt)
vb
to aggregate (something) again
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reaggregate those issues and revise them through a subsequent
"It's incumbent upon us to reaggregate in whatever way we can across platforms and across partnerships."
Gilbert and Troitzsch point out that the effects of changes in tax rules can often be simulated only based on micro data: "We must instead go back to the individual cases, calculate their taxes due before and after the tax revision, and reaggregate the tax revenue." (Gilbert and Troitzsch, 1999).
Cultures of nervous system tissues and cells are categorized in the terms of their complexities: whole-embryo, whole brain, organotypic slices, reaggregate cultures, dissociated primary cell cultures, and cell lines [27].
This is mainly attributed to the physicochemical property of CNTs in which when further diluted into the cell culture media they tend to rapidly reaggregate into bundles due to strong van der Waals interaction.
Like modern-day systems thinkers, working both intuitively and intellectually, he knew that it was important to understand the pieces that contribute to the whole system, not by dissecting them into individual parts and seeking to reaggregate them, but rather by considering the entire messy, often obfuscated processes that characterize systems such as naval warfare taken as a whole.
Ping.it's ability to reaggregate content by subject may not be how the developers intended the service to be used, but it works for me.
When rat islets are dispersed into single cells and allowed to reaggregate in tissue culture, the beta cells form a central core with non beta cells around it, thus re- establishing the natural pattern (Halban et al., 1987).
Once the price levels and weights by all expenditure classes have been allocated to all the counties in each year, we reaggregate them up to (1) the states and to (2) the metropolitan areas as defined by the Office of Management and Budget.
Therefore, in the remainder of the analysis we reaggregate individual DIs that have a charter (and an entity identification number in the CRs and TFRs) into a consolidated entity according to a procedure discussed in the appendix.
First, reaggregate. If you can't get the same dollars from the same audience online as you do offline, then extend your digital reach to get pennies from more people.
The major change proposed through this article is to reaggregate the various partitions of strategy.