systematize

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v systematize arrange according to a system or reduce to a system "systematize our scientific knowledge"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Systematize To reduce to system or regular method; to arrange methodically; to methodize; as, to systematize a collection of plants or minerals; to systematize one's work; to systematize one's ideas. "Diseases were healed, and buildings erected, before medicine and architecture were systematized into arts."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • systematize To reduce to system or method; methodize; arrange in, or in accordance with, a system; construct a system, as of classification in natural history. Also spelled systematise.
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Quotations

  • Brian Tracy
    Brian%20Tracy
    “When you engage in systematic, purposeful actin, using and stretching your abilities to the maximum, you cannot help but feel positive and confident abut yourself.”
  • Paul Karl Feyerabend
    Paul Karl Feyerabend
    “The best education consists in immunizing people against systematic attempts at education”
  • Henry Brooks Adams
    Henry%20Brooks%20Adams
    “Politics, whatever its professions, has always been the systematic organization of hatreds.”
  • Marcus Aurelius
    Marcus%20Aurelius
    “Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life.”
  • Woodrow T. Wilson
    Woodrow%20T.%20Wilson
    “Nothing was ever done so systematically as nothing is being done now.”
  • Louis Aragon
    Louis Aragon
    “Of all possible sexual perversions, religion is the only one to have ever been scientifically systematized.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. systématiser,. Cf. Systemize

Usage

In literature:

But such objective measurements demand systematic experiments in the laboratory.
"Psychology and Industrial Efficiency" by Hugo Münsterberg
Its study gives wholesome food to the mind, making it strong and systematic.
"English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History" by Henry Coppee
Systematic plans of colonisation should be worked out, and emigrants drafted off to the Dominions as work can be found for them.
"Outspoken Essays" by William Ralph Inge
For religion is systematized religious experience and this experience depends on temperament.
"Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3)" by Charles Eliot
Here we have the rudiments of the doctrine afterwards systematized under the name of the three bodies of Buddha.
"Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)" by Charles Eliot
Organized systematic thinking requires effort, and the effort is justified by predictable success.
"Sequential Problem Solving" by Fredric Lozo
Their method was political and systematic.
"Early Britain" by Grant Allen
First and foremost, Mary must learn to systematize her work.
"The Secret of a Happy Home (1896)" by Marion Harland
The mistake was generalized and systematized in the famous Ideas of Plato.
"August Comte and Positivism" by John-Stuart Mill
The discussion with Locke was a failure: Locke would not play, and the book in which the whole controversy was to be systematized never appeared.
"Theodicy" by G. W. Leibniz
Baekeland undertook a serious and systematic study of this reaction in New York.
"Creative Chemistry" by Edwin E. Slosson
It is as systematic and detached as the art of Poussin.
"French Art" by W. C. Brownell
He did not fast himself systematically, nor enjoin upon his disciples systematic fastings, but left fastings for special emergencies.
"Companion to the Bible" by E. P. Barrows
Regular habits of systematic study.
"Principles of Teaching" by Adam S. Bennion
The Khati were exhausted by the systematic destruction of their towns and their harvests.
"History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, Volume 7 (of 12)" by G. Maspero
Craftily he began rushing systematically.
"The Snow-Burner" by Henry Oyen
Let us look at what one or two women have managed to effect by systematic and thorough bodily training.
"How to Get Strong and How to Stay So" by William Blaikie
Philology, grammar, rhetoric, systematic study of the laws of language, are dangerous tools for a boy below his teens.
"The Teacher" by George Herbert Palmer
Spencer cared infinitely more for the systematization than he did for the facts systematized.
"Concerning Lafcadio Hearn" by George M. Gould
It was less various and discursive in its matter than the speech on Foot's resolution, but more condensed and systematic.
"The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1" by Daniel Webster
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In poetry:

Many a mind is ruined
And becomes chaotic mass,
Through want of systematic
Training in the class.
"Many" by Jared Barhite
"How strange!" I said to one I saw;
"You quite upset our every law.
However can you get along
So systematically wrong?"
"My Dream" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Take him who grubs for fortune in a systematic way,
Till "biz" is rich in promise and responsive in its pay,
And faith ascends the zenith lit with hope, his lucky star,
And watch him when the nagger plies her repartees that bar.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle

In news:

The very term " productivity system" makes me happy — I like to think systematically in order to design solutions to problems and I enjoy learning about and creating new systems for doing things.
American Civil Liberties Union, are suing Arpaio and his office, arguing that Maricopa County officers systematically profile Latinos during law-enforcement sweeps in Latino areas in Phoenix.
Systematic review of publication bias in studies on publication bias.
As we strive to manage the dairy operation in a systematic way, it is often the little but important things that get overlooked.
The One Card System Confidential Questionnaire provides a proven, systematic Fact Finder Interview format.
Too plainly proof a deliberate systematical plan of reducing us to slavery.
The result is the world's first quantitative, systematic, analytical index of game-fish ratings .
Today, as in the early years of the Clinton administration but to an even greater extent, right-wing extremism is being systematically fed by the conservative media and political establishment.
The lawsuit alleged that the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus systematically abuses and exploits elephants.
"The routes …were systematically flawed, containing massive errors in both flat rates and safe on-time routing —insufficient times to safely and timely complete the work," said the grievance.
Learn how behavior-based safety programs can help companies cut injuries and accidents through systematic observation, analysis and intervention.
A garment salesman accused of systematically shooting three shopkeepers to death as they worked alone in their New York City clothing stores is denying the charges against him.
Someone is certainly systematically targeting Iran's scientists .
Systematically, I covered areas where moose are known to frequent.
Atlanta's Emory University apologizes for systematic anti- Semitism at dental school in 1950s.
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In science:

Quasar SEDs systematically steepen from optical to UV, reaching α ∼ 2 in the far UV (Zheng et al 1997), and in any one spectral range steepen systematically as luminosity is lowered, from α = 0 for the most luminous quasars to α = 2 for dwarf AGN.
The AGN/Normal Galaxy Connection : Summary
Generally, the F star templates gave systematically lower velocity dispersion, while the K3-7 templates gave systematically higher values (see also the discussion in the GHFF section).
The Properties of Field Elliptical Galaxies at Intermediate Redshift. I: Empirical Scaling Laws
It is therefore excluded unless large unknown systematic effects are assumed (i.e. the corresponding flux measurements systematically disagree ).
Summary of the NOW'98 Phenomenology Working Group
It should be noted that this technique is not sensitive to certain systematic errors, such as those due to core location errors. In the absence of these systematic effects, DEO should be about twice the overall angular resolution .
Milagrito: a TeV air-shower array
In the frequency range (ν < 1440 µHz) considered in this work the systematic errors from these effects are expected to be about 10 nHz, and any time variation in these systematic effects would be smaller.
Solar cycle variation in solar f-mode frequencies and radius
Given that these HR’s are systematically positive for late-type stars and systematically negative for early-type stars, we can conclude that the nature of the X-ray emission is intrinsically different for our two samples.
X-ray emission from Lindroos binary systems
The first error is statistical In the LEP average, statistical and systematic errors are combined in and the second systematic. quadrature.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The first error is statistical In the LEP average, statistical and systematic errors are combined in and the second systematic. quadrature.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The small total systematic error of 0.64% is dominated by the 0.50% systematic error in the determination of the e− polarisation.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The correlated systematic entries are from physics sources shared with one or more other results in the table and are derived from the full breakdown of common systematic uncertainties.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The correlated systematic uncertainties are applied by scaling the likelihood functions by the squared ratio of the statistical and uncorrelated systematic uncertainty over the total uncertainty including all correlated uncertainties.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
Although the systematic errors include both correlated and uncorrelated sources, the determination of the systematic part of each error is approximate.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
In each table, the result used as input to the average procedure is given followed by the statistical error, the correlated and uncorrelated systematic errors, the total systematic error, and any dependence on other electroweak parameters.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The small total systematic error of 0.64% relative is dominated by the 0.50% relative systematic error in the determination of the e− polarisation.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The correlated systematic entries are from physics sources shared with one or more other results in the tables and are derived from the full breakdown of common systematic uncertainties.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
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