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Definition of -Centric

What does -Centric mean?

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  1. having a specified number of centres
  2. having a specified object at the centre, or as the focus of attention

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Google previewA Framework for Sustainable Global Development and the Effective Governance of Risk (2010)

by Gregory Borne

Anthropo-centric refers to a human orientated view of the world falling in line with weak interpretations. sustainable development: eco- centric attitudes maintain that humankind has a duty to protect the environment.

Google previewSensory and Consumer Research in Food Product Design and Development (2012)

by Howard R. Moskowitz, Jacqueline H. Beckley, Anna V. A. Resurreccion

INTRODUCTION Being consumer-centric is a path to success. Resources need to be managed ...

Google previewInternational Governance and Law (2008)

State Regulation and Non-state Law by Hanneke Van Schooten, Jonathan Verschuuren

And yet the difficulty of establishing the rule of law wherever one wants to, by the state-centric means commonly resorted to, might give one pause. For even when legislation is at the centre of things, which it often is not, the rule of law has ...

Google previewTrue Visions (2006)

The Emergence of Ambient Intelligence by Emile H.L. Aarts, José Luis Encarnação

More user-centric means that the needs of citizens and businesses will guide the delivery of eGovernment services rather than the specific demands of people as consumers of public services. This would constitute a shift towards giving the ...

Google previewAgile Software Construction (2006)

by John Hunt

Feature-centric means that each iteration centres on the identification and realization of system features. A feature is a schedulable requirement associated ...

Google previewMetal economy in host-microbe interactions (2015)

by Frédéric Veyrier, Mathieu Cellier

Fe-centric refers to those organisms for which Mn:Fe ≤0.2. Most of these analyses were obtained for exponentially growing cells on a rich growth medium (given in parentheses) with no added Mn(II), unless otherwise indicated.

Google previewThe Road to the Unified Software Development Process (2000)

by Ivar Jacobson, Stefan Bylund

Being architecture-centric means that, in the early phases, development work focuses on achieving the architectural pattern that will guide system construction, ensuring a smooth progression not only in the development of the current product ...

Google previewCustomer Management Excellence (2003)

by Mike Faulkner

To become customer-centric is a far more arduous task .

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