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the separation of a whole into its parts for study

a close or systematic study

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a form of literary criticism in which the structure of a piece of writing is analyzed

the use of closed-class words instead of inflections: e

a branch of mathematics involving calculus and the theory of limits

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By showing the analytic process, readers can see how each perspective shifts the kinds of claims that result from analysis.
Conversely, what the field typically receives is a novice program of record system operator who needs a lot of refresher training, with a general but uninformed view of tactical intelligence operations, no tangible understanding of the Intelligence Community, and very little capability in independent analytic process. This is not surprising since training organizations must produce "vetted" analysts in twelve to sixteen weeks, fulfilling the training needs not only of the U.S.
In the first, he reviews the history of psychoanalytic theory that lead to "enactment," examining the "transference-countertransference matrix." In the second, he explains "the enacted dimension of analytic process" and considers a dual conception of analytic process split between verbal and nonverbal dimensions, offering relevant neurological research findings.
With this integration, Instant JChem's data generation and management capabilities are now fully exposed to TIBCO's Spotfire Analytics Platform, adding new levels of chemical search, analysis and visualization capabilities to speed and refine the analytic process.
While these are discussed as discrete steps, in practice the authors suggest that the researcher moves from a general reading to a close coding to writing intensive analyses and then back again to help refine the analytic process. Recognizing the tension between analytic propositions and local meanings, the authors advocate writing ethnographies as fieldnote-centred thematic narratives.
She stresses that intuition is the ability everyone has to know something directly without an analytic process. Intuition enhances analytic thinking and focuses on the present situation, providing insights as to timing, specific strategy and innovation.
The winning paper was titled "Combining Analytical and Evolutionary Inductive Programming," by Neil Crossley, Emanuel Kitzelmann, Martin Hofmann, and Ute Schmid, from the Cognitive Systems Group at the University of Bamberg, who work in the Al tradition of "inductive programing." Their paper described a clever way to reformulate the conclusions of analytic program learning, in a way that doesn't get scrambled by the evolutionary process, but rather gives evolutionary program learning a head start, allowing it to proceed more effectively than if it were operating without coupling to an analytic process.
As program manager, Jones Lang LaSalle represented ownership and coordinated an analytic process with an expert team that included Clinton Climate Initiative, Rocky Mountain Institute and Johnson Controls Inc.
Olson (1985) also described the analytic process, when individuals rely on linear, sequential processing of information that enables them to evaluate and plan for the new venture.
Similarly, a study that has the purpose of describing the central theme that emerges from the lived experiences of persons who share an experience (e.g., seeing a counselor for the first time, surviving a specific traumatic encounter, or giving birth) would use phenomenological assumptions, cite and use analytic procedures from phenomenological research literature (e.g., Giorgi, 1985; Moustakas, 1994), describe the analytic process in terms consistent with the procedures presented, and would express findings as a phenomenology.
This alleged political action belies the careful protocol within intelligence culture; individual analysts may have strong political preferences, but the analytic process and interagency coordination over NIEs are remarkably apolitical interactions.
In the purest sense, intelligence is the product of an analytic process that evaluates information collected from diverse sources, integrates the relevant information into a cohesive package, and produces a conclusion or estimate about a criminal phenomenon by using the scientific approach to problem solving (i.e., analysis).
They describe the history of the "listening cure," the struggle to locate the self within the other, the struggle to understand why one does not get it as expressed in the work of Schwaber, intersubjective aspects of the analytic process of losing and restoring recognition, listening to the child within according to Benjamin, the uses of the analyst's inner experiences, the issue of "in-between space" in the work of Jacobs, and the interrelation between relatedness and listening.
Each team got an identical copy of the compiled data and devised its own analytic process.