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knowledge domains

  • 1 análisis de dominios del conocimiento

    Ex. Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication.
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    Ex: Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication.

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  • 2 análisis de áreas del conocimiento

    Ex. Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication.
    * * *

    Ex: Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication.

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  • 3 disciplina1

    1 = area of endeavour [area of endeavor], discipline, field, subject area, subject field, area of study, knowledge domain, subject domain, discipline of knowledge, subject discipline, topic area.
    Ex. This becomes all the more significant as computers begin to affect virtually every other area of endeavor.
    Ex. A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex. An appreciation of alternative approaches is particularly important in this field where trends towards standardisation are the norm.
    Ex. Some schedules for some subject areas have now gone through several editions.
    Ex. Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex. Bowers has always placed great stress of his opinion that analytical bibliography is a subject which can be pursued as an entirely independent area of study for its own sake.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex. However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex. The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.
    Ex. Respondents indicated that they needed to master several subject disciplines and a sizable vocabulary to understand the literature they use.
    Ex. This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
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    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * curso que abarca varias disciplinas = umbrella course.
    * disciplina académica = academic discipline, academic field.
    * disciplina científica = scientific discipline.
    * disciplina de estudio = field of study.
    * dividido en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * en varias disciplinas = cross-domain.
    * específico de una disciplina = discipline-specific.
    * estructurado en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * información sobre una disciplina = discipline-oriented information.
    * jerga de una disciplina = subject jargon.
    * resumen hecho para una disciplina concreta = discipline-oriented abstract.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.

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  • 4 dominio del conocimiento

    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
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    Ex: Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.

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  • 5 especialidad

    f.
    1 specialty (culinary).
    estudia la especialidad de derecho canónico she's specializing in canon law
    este tema no es de mi especialidad this subject doesn't come into my specialist field
    son cinco años de carrera y tres de especialidad there are five years of university study and three years of specialization
    * * *
    1 (gen) speciality (US specialty)
    2 EDUCACIÓN main subject, specialized field
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=ramo) speciality, specialty (EEUU)

    ha elegido la especialidad de cirugía — he has chosen to specialize in surgery, he has chosen surgery as his speciality

    2) (Culin) speciality, specialty (EEUU)
    3) (Farm) (=preparado) medicine
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    1)
    a) (actividad, estudio) specialty (AmE), speciality(BrE)

    su especialidad es romper platos — (hum) he specializes in breaking plates (hum)

    b) ( de restaurante) specialty (AmE), speciality (BrE)
    2) (frml) (Farm) medicine
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    = arena, field of endeavour, field of study, field of work, speciality, specialty, specialism, track, specialisation [specialization, -USA], stock-in-trade, field of enquiry, knowledge domain, subject domain, subject speciality, subject specialty.
    Ex. This shifts the responsibility for headings and their arrangement into the arena of cataloguers and indexers.
    Ex. Among the documents that are worthy of consideration for abstracting are the novel contributions to a given field of endeavour.
    Ex. For example, in an academic library, guides to literature searching in the various fields of study undertaken by the students in that institution are an effective means of explaining the use of various information retrieval tools.
    Ex. Client needs and preferences concerning relatively briefer or longer abstracts may depend upon the field of work or the ease of access to originals or to library and information services.
    Ex. The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex. ERIC material is acquired and indexed in 16 clearinghouses, each with a subject specialty.
    Ex. Thus all students will initially follow a common core syllabus, then opt for particular specialisms linked to specific fields of activity.
    Ex. The Columbia program offers two different tracks in preservation education.
    Ex. There is a conflict between specialisation and interdisciplinary studies in education and in scientific research.
    Ex. We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex. Also, full-text searches tend to be better at finding specific topics, whereas index terms are better at finding documents relating to a field of enquiry.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex. However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex. Subject specialists are those who have a subject speciality and devote most time to collection development.
    Ex. Images and text are supplied by 2,000 doctors worldwide in 75 subject specialties.
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    * de varias especialidades = multispeciality [multi-speciality].
    * especialidad de la casa, la = house specialty, the.
    * especialidad del anticuario = antiquarianism.
    * especialidad de medicina = medical speciality, medical specialty.
    * especialidad médica = medical speciality, medical specialty.
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    1)
    a) (actividad, estudio) specialty (AmE), speciality(BrE)

    su especialidad es romper platos — (hum) he specializes in breaking plates (hum)

    b) ( de restaurante) specialty (AmE), speciality (BrE)
    2) (frml) (Farm) medicine
    * * *
    = arena, field of endeavour, field of study, field of work, speciality, specialty, specialism, track, specialisation [specialization, -USA], stock-in-trade, field of enquiry, knowledge domain, subject domain, subject speciality, subject specialty.

    Ex: This shifts the responsibility for headings and their arrangement into the arena of cataloguers and indexers.

    Ex: Among the documents that are worthy of consideration for abstracting are the novel contributions to a given field of endeavour.
    Ex: For example, in an academic library, guides to literature searching in the various fields of study undertaken by the students in that institution are an effective means of explaining the use of various information retrieval tools.
    Ex: Client needs and preferences concerning relatively briefer or longer abstracts may depend upon the field of work or the ease of access to originals or to library and information services.
    Ex: The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex: ERIC material is acquired and indexed in 16 clearinghouses, each with a subject specialty.
    Ex: Thus all students will initially follow a common core syllabus, then opt for particular specialisms linked to specific fields of activity.
    Ex: The Columbia program offers two different tracks in preservation education.
    Ex: There is a conflict between specialisation and interdisciplinary studies in education and in scientific research.
    Ex: We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex: Also, full-text searches tend to be better at finding specific topics, whereas index terms are better at finding documents relating to a field of enquiry.
    Ex: Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex: However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex: Subject specialists are those who have a subject speciality and devote most time to collection development.
    Ex: Images and text are supplied by 2,000 doctors worldwide in 75 subject specialties.
    * de varias especialidades = multispeciality [multi-speciality].
    * especialidad de la casa, la = house specialty, the.
    * especialidad del anticuario = antiquarianism.
    * especialidad de medicina = medical speciality, medical specialty.
    * especialidad médica = medical speciality, medical specialty.

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    A
    1 (actividad, estudio) specialty ( AmE), speciality ( BrE)
    como especialidad eligió la pediatría she decided to specialize in pediatrics
    después de la carrera tiene que hacer dos años de especialidad after graduating she has to do two years' specialization
    su especialidad es romper platos ( hum); he specializes in smashing plates ( hum), smashing plates is his forte ( hum)
    2 (de un restaurante) specialty ( AmE), speciality ( BrE)
    especialidad de la casa specialty o speciality of the house
    B ( frml) ( Farm) medicine
    C (singularidad) unusual nature, singularity ( frml)
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    especialidad sustantivo femenino
    a) (actividad, estudio) specialty (AmE), speciality (BrE);



    especialidad sustantivo femenino speciality, US specialty: los daiquiris son su especialidad, daiquiris are her speciality
    Educ main subject
    ' especialidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    casa
    - en
    - fuerte
    English:
    special
    - speciality
    - specialty
    - stock
    * * *
    1. [culinaria] [en restaurante, de región] speciality, US specialty
    especialidad de la casa speciality o US specialty of the house
    2. [en estudios] US major, = main subject of degree;
    estudia la especialidad de derecho canónico she's specializing in canon law;
    este tema no es de mi especialidad this subject doesn't come into my specialist field;
    son cinco años de carrera y tres de especialidad there are five years of university study and three years of specialization
    3. [en actividad] speciality;
    Hum
    meter la pata es su especialidad she's an expert o a past master at putting her foot in it
    * * *
    f specialty, Br
    speciality
    * * *
    : specialty
    * * *
    especialidad n speciality [pl. specialities]

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  • 6 metodológico

    1 methodological
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    Ex. Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication = El análisis de los dominios es un esquema de trabajo metodológico para identificar características comunes de los dominios del conocimiento, como, por ejemplo, conceptos, estructuras de categorías y paradigmas para la producción y comunicación del conocimiento.
    * * *

    Ex: Domain analysis is a methodological framework for identifying collective features of knowledge domains, such as shared concepts, category structures and paradigms for knowledge production and communication = El análisis de los dominios es un esquema de trabajo metodológico para identificar características comunes de los dominios del conocimiento, como, por ejemplo, conceptos, estructuras de categorías y paradigmas para la producción y comunicación del conocimiento.

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    metodológico, -a adj
    methodological

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  • 7 subdisciplina

    = subarea, subdiscipline, knowledge domain.
    Ex. A moderate positive correlation was found between the number of papers by one author and the number of subareas represented.
    Ex. We can think of subdisciplines as areas of specialization within knowledge.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    * * *
    = subarea, subdiscipline, knowledge domain.

    Ex: A moderate positive correlation was found between the number of papers by one author and the number of subareas represented.

    Ex: We can think of subdisciplines as areas of specialization within knowledge.
    Ex: Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.

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  • 8 área del conocimiento

    (n.) = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge
    Ex. In talking about a subject we generally refer to a given area of knowledge, or to the contents of an information source of a given scope.
    Ex. A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex. Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex. Thus all students will initially follow a common core syllabus, then opt for particular specialisms linked to specific fields of activity.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex. The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.
    * * *
    (n.) = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge

    Ex: In talking about a subject we generally refer to a given area of knowledge, or to the contents of an information source of a given scope.

    Ex: A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex: Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex: Thus all students will initially follow a common core syllabus, then opt for particular specialisms linked to specific fields of activity.
    Ex: Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex: The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.

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  • 9 disciplina

    f.
    discipline.
    guardar o mantener la disciplina to maintain discipline
    tiene mucha disciplina he's very (self-)disciplined
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: disciplinar.
    * * *
    2 (doctrina) doctrine
    3 (asignatura) subject
    4 (azote) scourge, discipline
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=normas) discipline

    disciplina de partido, disciplina de voto — party discipline, party whip

    2) (Dep) discipline
    * * *
    1) ( reglas) discipline

    mantener la disciplinato keep o maintain discipline

    2)
    a) ( ciencia) discipline
    b) (Dep) discipline
    * * *
    1) ( reglas) discipline

    mantener la disciplinato keep o maintain discipline

    2)
    a) ( ciencia) discipline
    b) (Dep) discipline
    * * *
    disciplina1
    1 = area of endeavour [area of endeavor], discipline, field, subject area, subject field, area of study, knowledge domain, subject domain, discipline of knowledge, subject discipline, topic area.

    Ex: This becomes all the more significant as computers begin to affect virtually every other area of endeavor.

    Ex: A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex: An appreciation of alternative approaches is particularly important in this field where trends towards standardisation are the norm.
    Ex: Some schedules for some subject areas have now gone through several editions.
    Ex: Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex: Bowers has always placed great stress of his opinion that analytical bibliography is a subject which can be pursued as an entirely independent area of study for its own sake.
    Ex: Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex: However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex: The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.
    Ex: Respondents indicated that they needed to master several subject disciplines and a sizable vocabulary to understand the literature they use.
    Ex: This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * curso que abarca varias disciplinas = umbrella course.
    * disciplina académica = academic discipline, academic field.
    * disciplina científica = scientific discipline.
    * disciplina de estudio = field of study.
    * dividido en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * en varias disciplinas = cross-domain.
    * específico de una disciplina = discipline-specific.
    * estructurado en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * información sobre una disciplina = discipline-oriented information.
    * jerga de una disciplina = subject jargon.
    * resumen hecho para una disciplina concreta = discipline-oriented abstract.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.

    disciplina2
    2 = discipline, regimentation, disciplining.

    Ex: In this context, salaries, bonus schemes and promotion are considered along with the corollaries of discipline and even dismissal for those who do not meet the required standard.

    Ex: If people want regimentation which relieves them of responsibility, how then do you explain parents reaching out for control of schools, disdaining the help of experts.
    Ex: More disciplining in the enunciation of objectives and more concern for communication channels is needed = Se necesita mayor rigurosidad en la enunciación de los objetivos y una mayor preocupación por los canales de comunicación.
    * acatar la disciplina = toe + the line.
    * amante de la disciplina = disciplinarian.
    * amante de la disciplina férrea = strict disciplinarian.
    * autodisciplina = self-discipline.
    * falta de disciplina = indiscipline, disruptive behaviour.
    * hacer cumplir la disciplina = enforce + discipline.
    * imponerse disciplina = discipline + Reflexivo.
    * mantener la disciplina = maintain + discipline.
    * partidario de la disciplina férrea = strict disciplinarian.
    * sin disciplina = undisciplined, ill-disciplined.
    * someter a disciplina = subject to + discipline.
    * supervisor de la disciplina = disciplinarian.

    * * *
    A (reglas) discipline
    mantener la disciplina to keep o maintain discipline
    Compuesto:
    disciplina de voto or partido
    ( Pol) party discipline
    romper la disciplina de voto or partido to defy the whip, to go against the party line
    B
    1 (ciencia) discipline
    2 ( Educ) (asignatura) subject
    3 ( Dep) discipline
    * * *

    Del verbo disciplinar: ( conjugate disciplinar)

    disciplina es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    disciplina    
    disciplinar
    disciplina sustantivo femenino
    discipline;
    mantener la disciplina to keep o maintain discipline

    disciplina sustantivo femenino discipline, self control

    ' disciplina' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acusada
    - acusado
    - cálculo
    - ética
    - orden
    - práctica
    - práctico
    - estadística
    - exigir
    - farmacia
    - gramática
    English:
    disciplinarian
    - discipline
    - enforce
    - relaxation
    - severe
    - severity
    - slack
    - soft
    - dean
    - prefect
    - stickler
    - toe
    * * *
    1. [normas] discipline;
    guardar o [m5] mantener la disciplina to maintain discipline;
    los soldados tienen que guardar la disciplina the soldiers have to remain disciplined
    Pol disciplina de partido party discipline; Pol disciplina de voto party discipline [in voting];
    romper la disciplina de voto del partido to vote against the party line, Br to break the whip
    2. [actitud] discipline;
    tiene mucha disciplina he's very (self-)disciplined
    3. [materia, asignatura] discipline
    4. [modalidad deportiva] discipline
    * * *
    f discipline
    * * *
    : discipline
    * * *
    1. (en general) discipline
    2. (asignatura) subject

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  • 10 cognitivo

    adj.
    cognitive, sensory, relative to knowledge, perception.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo cognitive
    * * *
    Ex. A theoretical scheme classifies user behaviour into 3 domains of library activity (affective, cognitive, and psychomotor) and into 3 levels of learning (orientation, interaction, and internalisation).
    ----
    * base cognitiva = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * capacidad cognitiva = cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * capital cognitivo = knowledge assets.
    * deficiencia cognitiva = cognitive impairment.
    * destreza cognitiva = cognitive skill.
    * deterioro cognitivo = cognitive impairment.
    * estrategia cognitiva = cognitive strategy.
    * función cognitiva = cognitive function.
    * habilidad cognitiva = cognitive skill, cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * trastorno cognitivo = cognitive disorder.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo cognitive
    * * *

    Ex: A theoretical scheme classifies user behaviour into 3 domains of library activity (affective, cognitive, and psychomotor) and into 3 levels of learning (orientation, interaction, and internalisation).

    * base cognitiva = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * capacidad cognitiva = cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * capital cognitivo = knowledge assets.
    * deficiencia cognitiva = cognitive impairment.
    * destreza cognitiva = cognitive skill.
    * deterioro cognitivo = cognitive impairment.
    * estrategia cognitiva = cognitive strategy.
    * función cognitiva = cognitive function.
    * habilidad cognitiva = cognitive skill, cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * trastorno cognitivo = cognitive disorder.

    * * *
    cognitive
    * * *

    cognitivo,-a adj Psic cognitive
    ' cognitivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cognitiva
    * * *
    cognitivo, -a adj
    cognitive
    * * *
    adj cognitive
    * * *
    cognitivo, -va adj
    : cognitive

    Spanish-English dictionary > cognitivo

  • 11 estructuración del conocimiento

    Ex. In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.
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    Ex: In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estructuración del conocimiento

  • 12 filtro del conocimiento

    Ex. In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.
    * * *

    Ex: In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.

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  • 13 navegación por el conocimiento

    Ex. In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.
    * * *

    Ex: In this new context, concepts such as 'knowledge navigation' rather than 'reading' will become critical, and developments will take place in domains such as knowledge structuring, mapping, knowledge filters, shadows, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > navegación por el conocimiento

  • 14 prueba de rendimiento

    (n.) = benchmark, benchtest, achievement test, performance test
    Ex. Benchmarks are the times taken to carry out a set of standard operations and they are comparable to the government fuel consumption figures for cars.
    Ex. The benchtests in the journals are, generally speaking, more objective though they can rarely assess long-term reliability and in most cases assume a degree of technical knowledge.
    Ex. Stepchildren score lower than biological children on achievement tests and exhibit more behavior problems.
    Ex. The domains covered in the performance tests for the area of cosmetology were: hair cut, permanent wave, shampooing, wigs and hairpieces, skin care, hair conditioners (scalp and treatment), and manicuring.
    * * *
    (n.) = benchmark, benchtest, achievement test, performance test

    Ex: Benchmarks are the times taken to carry out a set of standard operations and they are comparable to the government fuel consumption figures for cars.

    Ex: The benchtests in the journals are, generally speaking, more objective though they can rarely assess long-term reliability and in most cases assume a degree of technical knowledge.
    Ex: Stepchildren score lower than biological children on achievement tests and exhibit more behavior problems.
    Ex: The domains covered in the performance tests for the area of cosmetology were: hair cut, permanent wave, shampooing, wigs and hairpieces, skin care, hair conditioners (scalp and treatment), and manicuring.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prueba de rendimiento

  • 15 subsidio de desempleo

    (n.) = income continuation insurance, unemployment compensation, unemployment benefit
    Ex. The personnel policy should make provision for pension plans, income continuation insurance, workers's compensation coverage, vacation and other leaves.
    Ex. A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    Ex. The author describes a method for conceptualising legal domains for knowledge based systems as well as its application to a substantial fragment of the Unemployment Benefits Act.
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    (n.) = income continuation insurance, unemployment compensation, unemployment benefit

    Ex: The personnel policy should make provision for pension plans, income continuation insurance, workers's compensation coverage, vacation and other leaves.

    Ex: A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    Ex: The author describes a method for conceptualising legal domains for knowledge based systems as well as its application to a substantial fragment of the Unemployment Benefits Act.

    * * *
    unemployment compensation o Br
    benefit

    Spanish-English dictionary > subsidio de desempleo

  • 16 Era del Conocimiento, la

    = Knowledge Age, the
    Ex. The theme of the conference is 'Libraries and Librarians: Making a difference in the Knowledge Age'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Era del Conocimiento, la

  • 17 Generalidades

    f.pl.
    general outlines.
    * * *
    1 (nociones) basic knowledge sing
    no está muy informado de este tema, sólo sabe generalidades he's not well informed on the subject, his knowledge is very general
    * * *
    (n.) = Generalities, generalia class
    Ex. With the exception of 0 Generalities, which in this scheme does not represent a unified discipline, and 4, Linguistics, the other primary divisions show this broad correlation.
    Ex. In practice the generalia class, as we shall see, is also used as a rag-bag for miscellaneous items that will not fit anywhere else.
    * * *
    (n.) = Generalities, generalia class

    Ex: With the exception of 0 Generalities, which in this scheme does not represent a unified discipline, and 4, Linguistics, the other primary divisions show this broad correlation.

    Ex: In practice the generalia class, as we shall see, is also used as a rag-bag for miscellaneous items that will not fit anywhere else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Generalidades

  • 18 Goethe

    m.
    Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
    * * *
    = Goethe.
    Ex. Goethe too hovers between the ideas of acquiring knowledge by proceeding from the whole to the parts or vice versa.
    * * *

    Ex: Goethe too hovers between the ideas of acquiring knowledge by proceeding from the whole to the parts or vice versa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Goethe

  • 19 Nombre + a gran escala

    = broad scale + Nombre
    Ex. This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.
    * * *
    = broad scale + Nombre

    Ex: This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Nombre + a gran escala

  • 20 Países Bajos, los

    = Netherlands, the, Low Countries, the
    Ex. Here, too, came succeeding armies of immigrants -- from Scandinavia, Poland, Germany, Italy, Russia, the Netherlands -- drawn by the promise of a better life.
    Ex. Vervliet's involvement with books began with his appointment in 1949 as keeper at the Plantin Moretus Museum in Antwerp, where he acquired a wide knowledge of the history of printing in the Low Countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Países Bajos, los

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  • Body Of Knowledge - BOK — The core teachings, skills and research in a field or industry. The body of knowledge (BOK) often forms the foundation for the curriculum of most professional programs or designations. It is the essential competencies mastered by members, to… …   Investment dictionary

  • Battle Command Knowledge System — The Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS) is the change agent for implementing knowledge management (KM) capabilities into the training and military operations of the United States Army. BCKS is headquartered at the U.S. Army Combined Arms… …   Wikipedia

  • Tree of Knowledge System — The Tree of Knowledge (ToK) System is a novel, theoretical approach to the unification of psychology developed by professor Gregg Henriques of James Madison University.The outline of the system was published in 2003 in Review of General… …   Wikipedia

  • Nuclear Knowledge Management — Contents 1 Definition of knowledge management 2 Noted knowledge management practices 2.1 Training and qualification 2.2 Communication methods and techniques …   Wikipedia

  • Design knowledge — There is a large body of knowledge that designers call upon and use during the design process to match the ever increasing complexity of design problems.[1] Design knowledge can be classified into two categories [2]: product knowledge and design… …   Wikipedia

  • Career domains in computer science — The knowledge developed by academic computer science (CS) is applied to various non academic situations to arrive at systems that help humans perform tasks that were either out of their reach for being too complex or the tasks that are repetitive …   Wikipedia

  • Ancient Domains of Mystery — Infobox Software name = Ancient Domains of Mystery caption = ADOM Title Screen developer = Thomas Biskup latest release version = 1.1.1 latest release date = 2002 operating system = AmigaOS, BeOS, DOS, Linux, Mac OS X, OS/2, Windows genre =… …   Wikipedia

  • Problem solving — forms part of thinking. Considered the most complex of all intellectual functions, problem solving has been defined as higher order cognitive process that requires the modulation and control of more routine or fundamental skills (Goldstein Levin …   Wikipedia

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