Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
area (nom)
Sens 1 : a particular extent of space or surface or one serving a special function. [Source : MW]
  • Most importantly however, regional growth industries, such as science and technology, are concentrated in other nodes, especially the Torrey Pines Mesa area.
  • The best way to avoid the confounding effects of chance is to sample "over a large geographic area that follows geographically complex environmental variation" (ibid.: 57).
  • The first of these was the question of whether the mid to late 19th-century western United States, as a less "civilized" area of the country, allowed women more societal freedoms than the eastern United States, and by extension, whether prostitutes enjoyed greater social acceptance or other benefits that they might not have had elsewhere.
Sens 2 : the scope of a concept, operation, or activity: field. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : domaine:1, domaine:2, secteur:2, champ:1
  • It has been used as a component of many successful, multi-faceted behavior change programs in a wide range of areas.
  • While this is a good start for the research in this area, the DOI model does not take the environment into account and this model usually results in undetermined and abrupt changes of range values in all directions.
  • Commanders commanded the men, but political officers led the men in the areas of morale and discipline.