Definitions for "Decomposition"
The act or process of resolving the constituent parts of a compound body or substance into its elementary parts; separation into constituent part; analysis; the decay or dissolution consequent on the removal or alteration of some of the ingredients of a compound; disintegration; as, the decomposition of wood, rocks, etc.
Repeated composition; a combination of compounds.
a chemical reaction in which a compound is broken down into simpler compounds or elements.
a locally finite covering of a space whose elements are canonical closed sets with disjoint open kernels
a representation of a given set as the union of a system of pairwise disjoint sets
Decomposition is a 2CD album set by Japanese noise musician Masami Akita, under the name Merzbow, featuring remixes and manipulation of source material recorded by Eugene Thacker and Shane Fahey. This double CD set was only released in limited quantitites with initial pressings of the Merzbox collection.
Making a numerical forecast more accurate by decomposing the figure into a set of separate trends. For example, Collopy and Armstrong (1996) decomposed an apparently random graph of annual highway deaths in the UK into two factors: traffic volume (which was irregularly rising), and death rate (steadily falling).
A method of forecasting where time series data are separated into up to three components: trend, seasonal, and cyclical; where trend includes the general horizontal upward or downward movement over time; seasonal includes a recurring demand pattern such as day of the week, weekly, monthly, or quarterly; and cyclical includes any repeating, non-seasonal pattern. A fourth component is random, that is, data with no pattern. The new forecast is made by projecting the patterns individually determined and then combining them.
(n.) A division of a data structure into substructures that can be distributed separately, or a technique for dividing a computation into subcomputations that can be executed separately. The most common decomposition strategies in parallel computing are: functional decomposition; geometric decomposition and iterative decomposition.
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The programming procedure for restructuring a document into smaller sections. These sections can then be re-purposed as sections of other documents or in Variable Data Content print production.
The programming procedure for restructuring a problem into smaller tasks to be performed in parallel. See domain decomposition. and functional decomposition.
Decomposition involves subdividing the major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components until the deliverables are defined in sufficient detail to support future project activities (planning, executing, controlling, and closing).
The hierarchical function al, and physical system part itioning into hardware assemblies, software components, and operator activities that can be schedule budgeted, and assigned to a responsible individual. [D04064] CSM
The state of being reduced into original elements.
(chemistry) separation of a substance into two or more substances that may differ from each other and from the original substance
The process of separating or analyzing a text element into component units.
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(needles in forest)
The act of dividing up one or more authored units, or an aggregated authored unit, during creation of a set of perceivable units appropriate for a particular delivery context.
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the analysis of a vector field
in a decomposed state