aggregation aggregation


  1. (n) several things grouped together or considered as a whole
  2. (n) the act of gathering something together


  1. The driving force behind prediction markets is something called information aggregation.
  2. But aggregation has become a hall of mirrors.
  3. They're not prevention trials, but they're just seeing whether the treatments can modify this aggregation of plaques one way or the other.


  1. Anite Delivers Significant LTE-Advanced Industry Contribution

    FLEET, England, June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RAN5 carrier aggregation test case submission helps   to   speed up development of LTE-A mobile devices Anite, a global leader in wireless equipment testing ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Granville Council to consider energy aggregation vote

    The possibility of energy aggregation coming to a vote in Granville was given some additional life on Wednesday, but the window for its consideration is narrow.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Newark Advocate

  3. Bayonne launching 'aggregation' program so residents can lower electricity bills

    If you live in Bayonne, the price you pay for electricity could be heading down that's if you're part of a new '"aggregation" program.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Jersey Journal


  1. "This venture supercharges our distribution of protected, quality content to fans everywhere. Consumers get a hugely attractive aggregation of a wide range of content, and marketers get a novel way to connect with a large and highly engaged...
    on Mar 22, 2007 By: Jeff Zucker Source:

  2. "Consistent with previous announcements, ZIM continued to experience a decrease in SMS aggregation revenues however, we continue to pursue opportunities related to our Internet TV and Mobile Content platforms" said Dr. Michael Cowpland,...
    on Jun 21, 2007 By: Michael Cowpland Source: MSN Money

  3. Hadley said the intelligence on Saddam's alleged weapons of mass destruction, which were never found, was "based on the aggregation of intelligence from a number of sources and represented the collective view of the intelligence community."
    on Nov 10, 2005 By: Stephen Hadley Source: USA Today

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