the activity of putting things together in groups
a system for classifying things into groups
1) Controlling the gain of several individual channels with a Group Fader. 2) The mixing together of several individual audio signals to send a mixed signal out of the console to record a track on a multitrack tape machine.
Placing related elements close together to increase their importance.
The process of linking one or more electric staplers together is known as grouping.
Two or more mannequins which are designed, arranged or positioned to go together and create a situation or a semblance of belonging in the same place at the same time. Mannequins which are proportioned and posed to be used together. (From Martin M. Pegler)
The step in perception in which one determines which elements of the display belong together, as parts of a larger unit, and which do not.
Matching like operations and running them together sequentially, thereby taking advantage of a common setup.