Definitions for "Cohesion "
The act or state of sticking together; close union.
That from of attraction by which the particles of a body are united throughout the mass, whether like or unlike; -- distinguished from adhesion, which unites bodies by their adjacent surfaces.
unity of a linguistic sequence or chain, defined in terms of its internal semantic relations.
The extent to which a system or a subsystem performs a single function.
The extent to which a system unit--subroutine, program, module, component, subsystem--performs a single dedicated function. Generally, the more cohesive are units, the easier it is to maintain and enhance a system, since it is easier to determine where and how to apply a change.
The degree to which the tasks performed by a single program module are functionally related. Contrast with coupling.
Cohesion was developed primarily as a modelling tool. However, its pluggable framework provides a high-level, network-aware base for application development. It dynamically loads plugins based on configuration files or on demand through its own command line. Included plugins are a modelling tool, command line, user management tools, multi-lingual support, and more.
The task of removing economic and social imbalances within the European Union. Not all countries enjoy the same standard of living and that is one of the main reasons for providing regional aid.
A financial redistribution policy for reducing national and regional socio-economic disparities especially through the Cohesion Fund.
Logical agreement and dependence; as, the cohesion of ideas.
the idea that the poorer regions of the European Union should be given assistance in improving their economies, to help them catch up with the richer parts of the EU.
Keywords:  indie, manchester, band, rock, four
Cohesion are a four-piece indie rock band from Manchester.
Cohesion is the grammatical and lexical relationship within a text or sentence.
a type of business transaction in which the business rules determine which elements of the transactional work must succeed for the transaction to be successfully completed
A description of the strength of association of the contained data and function. A class has strong relationships among its operations.
In software design, a measure of the strength of association of the elements within a module. Contrast with coupling.