systematization[ sis-tuh-muh-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF systematization
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYSTEMATIZATION
This systematization, however, has not yet assumed final shape.
My object here is simply to project the draught of a systematization of cetology.
Simplification and systematization are required, and these call for reflection.
But so does all science emanate from the demand of our reason for systematization.
The citron group of the genus perhaps more than any other shows the need of further study and systematization of the entire genus.
The fons errorum in M. Comte's later speculations is this inordinate demand for "unity" and "systematization."
"Unity" and "systematization" absolutely demanded that all other people should model themselves after M. Comte.
Moreover, systematization is never so complete that it effaces all the earlier state of things.
With the coming of the new methods of book reproduction came the recognized need for standardization and systematization.
Number of connections is an aid to memory--but systematization among these connections is an added help.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SYSTEMATIZATION
- course of action
- definite plan
- logical process
- modus operandi
- orderly process
- systematic process