Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire

Nomenclature

Résultats anglais
analysis (nom)
Sens 1 : an examination of a complex, its elements, and their relations; a statement of such an analysis. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : analyse:1
Contextes
  • And, of course, a careful analysis of the spectral properties of a given cluster remains always the first step before starting any large-scale exploration of nonlinear dynamics.
  • By including a detailed analysis of archaeologically-recovered clothing items from Berwind, the materiality of working-class poverty is explored beyond historically documented evidence and in conjunction with associated ideologies.
  • A more sophisticated analysis which includes the presence of the two-phase fluid boundary layer in a uniform potential flow, but which is too lengthy to present here, shows that the simple modeling represented by Eq. (12) results in about a factor of two overestimation of the entrainment rate.
Sens 2 : the separation of a whole into its component parts. [Source : D'après MW]
Équivalent(s) : analyse:2
Contextes
  • A stratigraphic analysis of the feature 1 midden at Berwind locus K (pre-strike) reveals a substantial increase in the number of canned goods after 1907.
  • Sachs' theory provides an economic analysis of factors that undermine or support a nation's success in a transition to capitalism.
  • The decentralized labeling model facilitates static analysis of information flow security for a model so labeled.
Sens 3 : a careful examination of something in order to understand it better. [Source : D'après LG]
Équivalent(s) : analyse:1
Contextes
  • The Sachs and Kis framework reminds us not to hastily transfer a reform from one society to another without an analysis of societal factors.
  • HAZOP analysis, conducted on the main physical parameters, has been helpful to qualify and eventually confirm the outcome of the earlier study.
  • Later analysis of articulatory suppression performance fromthe audiotape was carried out as outlined earlier, giving a repetitions-per-secondmeasure of performance.