from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To express in or reduce to a scheme.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To form into a scheme or schemes; arrange in outline.
- To form a scheme or schemes; make a plan in outline.
- To think by means of a schema in the Kantian sense.
- Also spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To form a scheme or schemes.
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- verb transitive To
organizeaccording to a scheme
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb formulate in regular order; to reduce to a scheme or formula
- verb give conventional form to
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Ultimately, I'd like to eliminate the use of the functions altogether and "schematize" this.
Like the agents of the matrix who would be killed only to regenerate or replicate, capitalization on rampant technological innovation by not only its producers but its consumers relentlessly complicated attempts to suppress or schematize it.
To see whether this view is justified, it will help to schematize the structure of such philosophical appeals to intuition.
Let me schematize the argument for you and others.
To understand this confirmation criterion, it may be helpful to schematize the “jumping together” that occurred in the case of Newton's law of universal gravitation, Whewell's exemplary case of consilience.
The bodies of Tyrant Swellfoot and his subjects schematize the play's oppositions between empowerment and disempowerment, or possession and lack, and the play's registration of political relationships at the site of the bodya recurring trope throughout Shelley's worksfinds form in the oppositional pair of erection/emaciation.
Such men systematize and classify and schematize and make synoptical tables and invent ideal objects for the pure love of unifying.
If strategy games and Utopian architectural proposals schematize the operation of the urban realm into an abstract diagram, what can gaming and architectural representation teach us about how we might "play" the city?
Game designers simulating the urban realm face similar challenges as they must schematize the complexity of the city to create an engaging "digital urbanism" to facilitate play, one that is immersive, layered and reflexive.
But, at least, they schematize the deliberations of the monopolist and do not, as in the case of competitive prices, satisfy themselves in describing a merely auxiliary construction of theoretical analysis which does not play a role in real action.