from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A division or breaking up into constituent parts, particularly the analytic disassembly of categories which have been aggregated or lumped together.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The separation of an aggregate body into its component parts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or operation of breaking up an aggregate; the state of being disaggregated.
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Yet it has also been on a long-term disaggregation campaign, spinning off its tobacco holdings a dozen years ago and also shedding office products and life insurance divisions.
One is something called disaggregation of scores, which helps low-income kids.
Souls being spiritual, there is no reason for their disaggregation, that is, their demise, and in fact they do not die.
Of course, under the RIAA's proposed controls, you may not: this is "disaggregation" in their language.
The industry's buzz-word du jour is "disaggregation," the notion that tech projects can be sliced up into tiny parts, each done in the location and by the people that will do it with the right skill and for the right price.
Today, we still think of the "disaggregation" of textbooks as breaking them into chapters.
Shope sees storage in a multi-year upswing as cloud computing and virtualization technologies lead to the "disaggregation" of storage.
"disaggregation" of the IT supply chain can occur - along with missed opportunities.
The requirement for the disaggregation of data by demographics has been game changing.
The sanctions will fall most immediately on schools with high concentrations of poor and minority children, because these children tend to have lower test scores and because the NCLB disaggregation approach effectively penalizes more diverse schools.