A resolution of anything, whether an object of the senses or of the intellect, into its constituent or original elements; an examination of the component parts of a subject, each separately, as the words which compose a sentence, the tones of a tune, or the simple propositions which enter into an argument. It is opposed to synthesis.
The separation of a compound substance, by chemical processes, into its constituents, with a view to ascertain either (a) what elements it contains, or (b) how much of each element is present. The former is called qualitative, and the latter quantitative analysis.
The resolving of problems by reducing the conditions that are in them to equations.
The separation of a whole into its parts for individual study.
A separation of a whole into its constituent parts; for example, separating a literary work into its elements for study.
Quantitative determination of the constituent parts.
the process or result of identifying the parts of a whole and their relationships to one another. Ant. synthesis. the use of this process as a method of study, as word analysis.
The examination and evaluation of the relevant information to select the best course of action from among various alternatives. see also fundamental analysis, technical analysis, affordability analysis, base year analysis, break-even analysis, security analysis, regression analysis, cost/benefit analysis, credit analysis, market analysis, qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, sensitivity analysis, trend analysis, analyst.
This is the processing of data collected (which can be qualitative or quantitative data) within a market research project, which allows us to draw summary and conclusions in relation to the project.
The study of the parts of an intellectual or material whole and their interrelationships in making up a whole.
separation of an intellectual or substantial whole into its constituent parts for individual study
The examination and division of anything into its major parts.
n]: Bosshole-style examination
Identifying and examining the elements and principles of art as they function independently and together in creative works and studies of the visual arts. How the work is organized.
A mental factor that examines an object to gain an understanding of its subtle nature. See Understanding the Mind.
an investigation of the component parts of a whole and their relations in making up the whole
the abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts in order to study the parts and their relations
a critical evaluation, usually made by breaking a subject (either material or intellectual) down into
a prediction based on an examination of an item, its elements, and their relations
a quick, circumspect way of examining a company's viability by looking at its strengths and weaknesses and matching these to its opportunities and threats
a standard part of all BASES I and BASES II Line Extension studies
a careful study of the parts of something in order to understand more about the whole.
Examination to discover characteristics or meanings.
a breaking up of a whole into its parts to examine them (often in a critical manner).
a stage in the development cycle in which a real-world problem is examined to understand its requirements without planning the implementation
A phase of career decision making (CASVE cycle) marked by career thoughts associated with identifying the causes and relationships among components of a career problem; a period of reflection to fully grasp all aspects of the problem.
Analysis is a method used to determine or describe the nature of a thing by separating it into its component parts.
The problem-centred stage of analysis and design, which focusses on the client's view of the required system. It is important to elicit the natural constraints of the problem domain, before building analysis models.
The specification process in which the logical form of a particular problem or subject is defined. Analysis defines only the structure of a subject and does not consider its implementation.
Organizing an idea or a problem into parts and performing a thorough examination of each part. In business, you have to analyse, which means to perform analysis of a problem before making the best decision. Let's imagine, that there's a problem with the selling of certain goods. You perform an analysis of all the factors causing bad sales.
Analysis refers to the ability to break down material into its component parts so that its organizational structure may be understood. This may include the identification of the parts, analysis of the relationships between parts, and recognition of the organizational principles invoved. Learning outcomes here represent a higher intellectual level than comprehension and application because they requirw an understanding of both the content and the structural form of the material. The shortage of a product or resource is called a) mass consumption ------distracter b) planned obsolescence --distracter c) materialism -----------distracter d) scarcity --------------key Alternatives are in bold; (A) to (C) are incorrect, and so are "distracters"; (D) is correct and so the "key" to the question.
An examination to find out the reason for results; the nature, proportion, function, and interrelationship of results. A statement of the product of this process.
Understanding something by dividing into smaller parts, and studying each part separately. The opposite of analysis is synthesis.
The second stage of the SARA model of problem-oriented policing, in which the police collect information about a problem to help identify its scope, nature, and cause.
As an activity or a rhetorical strategy, to separate the parts of a whole and examine each part.
The separation of a substance into its component parts in order that a percentage analysis of each may be obtained.
a detailed examination of something, together with thoughts and judgments about it
An examination of the whole by separating it into component parts and examining those parts as they relate to the whole
A tidal analysis is normally a linear regression of a sea level time series (of, for example, hourly values) in terms of harmonic tidal constituents (sine waves). The analysis results in 'tidal harmonic constants' (amplitudes and phase lags for each tidal constituent). There are also tidal analyses based on the response method (see Pugh, 1987 for a fuller description of tidal analyses). For the purpose of a computer tidal analysis, the observed sea levels are separated into three components:- (1) Mean sea level (2) Tidal levels (3) Surge (or residual) levels However, note that in many other applications the MSL and surge together are best considered as the 'non-tidal' term.
a level of learning that involves breaking down material into its meaningful parts so that the relationship among the parts can be determined.
A process in which anything complex is separated into simple or less complex parts. In clinical trials, analysis typically refers to the review and interpretation of data collected during the study.
a process or method of study by separating something into its constituent elements. Analysis is the opposite of synthesis.
Breaking an idea or problem down into its parts; a thorough examination of the parts of anything.
Analysis is a process. The goal of analysis is understanding. At a very general level the process of analysis involves; determining the relationship of a complex to the things it interacts with, the decomposition of a complex into its constituent parts, an examination of the parts, and a determination of relationships among the parts.
The process by which information is examined in order in order to identify significant facts and/or derive conclusions.
To separate into elemental parts or basic principles so as to determine the nature of the whole A course of reasoning showing that a certain result is a consequence of assumed premises. [ANSI] The methodical investigation of a problem, and the separation of the problem into smaller related units for further detailed study.
The study and examination of something complex and separation into its more simple components. Analysis typically includes discovering not only what are the part s of the thing being studied, but also how they fit together and why they are arranged in this part icular way. A study of schedule variance s for cause, impact, and corrective action. [D00079] PMK87 QMPP The part of the software development process whose primary purpose is to formulate a model of the problem domain. Analysis focuses on what to do; design focuses on how to do it. See design. [D04681] RUP
The process of examining a complex system and identifying and determining relationships between its component parts.
The process of examining the detail and structure of a situation in order to recognize the condition of a market.
is examining and evaluating a topic by separating it into its basic parts and elements and studying it systematically. Anecdote
A separation of an intellectual or substantial whole into its parts so as to find out their nature, function, etc.; a statement on these findings.
A psychology term for processes used to gain understanding of complex emotional or behavioral issues. See the entire definition of Analysis
The second stage in the SARA process, involving systematic examination of the problem to identify possible causes that might be susceptible to responses, , , , , 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 23, 32, 33, 35, 36, 38, 44, 46, 52, 54, 55, 58, 60
the process of breaking the landscape into its component parts to understand how it is made up.
The determination of one or more constituents of a substance either as to kind or amount.
Describes in detail the various components of a film in order to understand the complexities involved in visual presentation on film. It is an objective view of a subjective experience.
A detailed examination of the original properties of a project used to determine the best possible localization procedure.
The fourth level of Bloom's Taxonomy, analysis requires the student to examine and break information down into parts to examine and understand its meaning. This level requires students to "read between the lines," make inferences, and find evidence to support generalizations.
A function of the Intelligence Process, this describes the examination of constituent intelligence components to determine their nature, interrelationship, relevance, impact, and value to one another, to the whole, and to other organizations. Intelligence relies on accurate and timely analysis to provide the intelligence and insights that are necessary to decision-making.
The first step in the classic A-D-D-I-E model of Instructional System Design. In the analysis phase the audience is defined and performance improvement needs are identified. Often the phase that discovers that the performance problem really isn't a training problem at all, but what the heck, we have budget to build something for it... Andragogy The opposite of pedagogy. A European term introduced into the English vocabulary by Malcom Knowles, it is the art and science of helping adults learn. A prime contributor to most theories of adult learning, andragogy as set out by Knowles emphasizes an adults' capabilities to direct and motivate themselves, utilize past knowledge to assist learning and evaluate the contents of training for relevance and quality.
In the simplified software development methodology described in this course, analysis is the process of identifying a problem, exploring it and specifying requirements of a solution.
Identifying and examining separate parts as they function independently and together in creative works and study of visual arts.
separation of a whole into its component parts
Breaking some idea or concept into its parts to understand it better
The process by which Oracle Expert examines the tuning data collected for a database and generates tuning recommendations.
usually an examination of variations Examples in the Analysis section of the Canon.
The process of breaking up into parts or otherwise separating wholes into the constituent parts. Analysis is used to examine and determine the properties of the parts and to derive an understanding of the assembled whole.
Examination of parts to investigate the nature of something. Analyses can be made by chemical and mathematical means as well as in other ways.
Analyzing involves examining and evaluating data. Also, it involves presenting alternative actions in relation to the evaluation.
In conceptual design, the breaking down and examination of business and user information into use cases and scenarios documenting work processes. In logical design, the identification of services, objects, attributes, and relationships from scenarios. In physical design, the examination of physical constraints of the infrastructure and the physical requirements of the application to select candidate implementation technologies and to draft a preliminary deployment model.