English-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ IDENTIFICATION
◊identification /ai,dentifi'kei∫n/
▫ danh từ
▪ sự đồng nhất hoá, sự làm thành đồng nhất
▪ sự nhận ra, sự nhận biết sự nhận diện; sự nhận dạng; nét để nhận ra, nét để nhận biết, nét để nhận diện, nét để nhận dạng (người nào, vật gì)
▪ sự phát hiện ra, sự nhận diện ra
◦ identification of enemy units sự phát hiện ra những đơn vị địch
▪ sự gắn bó chặt chẽ với; sự gia nhập, sự dự vào
◦ identification with the party sự gắn bó chặt chẽ với đảng
◦ identification with the student movenment sự gia nhập phong trào học sinh
English Dictionary
◊ IDENTIFICATION
identification
n 1: the act of designating or identifying something [syn: {designation}]
2: the attribution to yourself of the characteristics of
others; "his identification with his father shaped his
entire life" [syn: {feeling of identity}]
3: evidence of identity; something that identifies a person or
thing
4: the process of recognizing something or someone by
remembering [syn: {recognition}]
5: attribution to yourself (consciously or unconsciously) of
the characteristics of another person (or group of
persons)
English-Vietnamese Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN JUSTIFICATION?
◊justification
▫justification
căn lề
 icon  id  identifier  ignore  image 
English-Vietnamese Mining Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DEGASIFICATION?
◊degasification
sự khử khí, sự khử khí độc
English-Vietnamese Water Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DE-NITRIFICATION?
◊de-nitrification
▪sự khử nitơ, sự loại nitơ, sự tách nitơ
English Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN UNIFICATION?
unification
The generalisation of {pattern matching} that is
the {logic programming} equivalent of {instantiation} in
{logic}. When two {term}s are to be unified, they are
compared. If they are both constants then the result of
unification is success if they are equal else failure. If one
is a variable then it is bound to the other, which may be any
term (which satisfies an "{occurs check}"), and the
unification succeeds. If both terms are structures then each
pair of sub-terms is unified {recursive}ly and the unification
succeeds if all the sub-terms unify.
The result of unification is either failure or success with a
set of variable bindings, known as a "{unifier}". There may
be many such unifiers for any pair of terms but there will be
at most one "{most general unifier}", other unifiers simply
add extra bindings for sub-terms which are variables in the
original terms.
(1995-12-14)
 idef  idempotent  idf  idl  idms 
French-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ IDENTIFICATION
◊identification
▫ danh từ giống cái
▪ sự đồng nhất hóa
▪ sự đoán nhận, sự nhận dạng; sự xác định