assimilation


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Synonyms for assimilation

the process of absorbing and incorporating, especially mentally

Synonyms for assimilation

the state of being assimilated

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the social process of absorbing one cultural group into harmony with another

the process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion

a linguistic process by which a sound becomes similar to an adjacent sound

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the process of assimilating new ideas into an existing cognitive structure

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in the theories of Jean Piaget: the application of a general schema to a particular instance

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The assimilation of atlas appears to be the most common in this region.
3 -- (BNA) The Supreme Council for Women (SCW) has concluded its first workshop on training kits for official governmental institutions and NGOs regarding the assimilation of the needs of women in development.
Disgraced and My Name Is Asher Lev, two ambitious, compelling new off-Broadway plays, explore the limits of assimilation and reach radically different conclusions.
The assimilation model, from sociology's status attainment literature, represents one reasonably relevant thesis for interpreting data about expected Black ethnic-related economic heterogeneity.
Israel's Education Minister, Rabbi Rafi Peretz, said during the government meeting on Tuesday that the massive scale of assimilation among world Jews, especially in the US, is akin to "a second Holocaust." He claimed that "we lost six million Jews in that way since the Holocaust."
The current study shows the potential for further improving Harvey's analysis and prediction through advanced ensemble assimilation of high-spatiotemporal all-sky infrared radiances from the newly launched, next-generation geostationary weather satellite, GOES-16.
Summary: Ankara [Turkey], Feb 9 (ANI): Turkey slammed China for its "systematic assimilation policy towards Uighur Turks," labelling it a "great embarrassment for humanity" while urging Beijing to shut down the "concentration camps".
Assimilation of observational results into oceanographic forecast models has a history of several decades, following with some delay developments of data assimilation in meteorology.
To further understand the mechanisms of local weather and climate anomalies and predict them skillfully, high-resolution coupled modeling and data assimilation is necessary.
Estimating the state of a system by combining observations and models, commonly referred to as data assimilation (Wunch, 2006), is an example of a control problem--how should the control variables of the model (i.e., surface fluxes, boundary and initial conditions) be set so that the trajectory of the model passes within the confidence intervals of the observations?
In a scenario ordained by the Nordic gods, this assimilation process has a thin chance of success through the forced involvement of two of the Viking settlers with tribes of natives that are habitual enemies of one another.
Slavs in Post-Nazi Austria: Carinthian Slovenes and the Politics of Assimilation, 1945-1960
Many studies had demonstrated that the adjoint assimilation method is a good way to optimize the uncertain parameters using the observation data [10,11].