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Definition of the noun unitisation
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noun - plural: unitisations
- (psychology) the configuration of smaller units of information into large coordinated units
- the act of packaging cargo into unit loads
- conversion of an investment trust into a unit investment trust
- the joint development of a petroleum resource that straddles territory controlled by different companies
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Property Development (2014)
by Richard Reed, Sally Sims
Simply explained, unitisation means the splitting up of ownership of a property oraportfolio ofproperties among several investors. Securitisation isa general term usedto describethe creationofsecurities which canbe tradedon the stock market, ...
Managing Spontaneous Cities by Christopher J. Webster, Lawrence Wai-chung Lai
Unitisation is a different kind of voluntary solution and closely relates to our discussion of clubs in the previous chapter. Being un-marketed goods, externalities as we have noted provide opportunities for entrepreneurs. An economic principle ...
A Practical Guide and Case Studies by Clive Hurford, Michael Schneider, Ian Cowx
Unitisation is the term used by the UK nature conservation agencies for the process of dividing a protected area into smaller compartments to allow management and by association, monitoring issues to be addressed at an appropriate ...
Mathematical Cognition (1997)
by Brian Butterworth
Unitisation is a strengthening process that provides a mechanism for modelling effects of frequency on retrieval, but it also produces positive error priming as a byproduct. Positive error priming occurs because the increased unitisation for ...
Global Logistics Management (2004)
by Craig Voortman
Unitisation is the consolidation of several units into large units, called unit loads, so that there is less handling. Obviously the more one handles a product, the more expensive it becomes (because people are paid money to handle goods and ...
Over 2,600 Essential Financial Terms by Simon Briscoe, Jane Fuller
unitisation. The conversion of an investment trust into a unit trust. Categories: ...
by Shatrughna P. Sinha
Unitisation and other technological advances of various forms, from labour saving to time minimising, have greatly improved the efficiency of coastal fleets. According to sources quoted by Ovrebo, in 1948 each deadweight ton of West German ...
by Jonathon Green
unitisation n[ Oilindustry] thejoint development byanumber of companiesof anoilfieldwhich extends ...
by Peter Brodie
To group goods together in this way is to unitise them; the group- ing is termed unitisation. Universal bulk carrier (UBC) Early bulk carrier, having a single deck and hoppered holds, designed to carry a wide range of bulk cargoes (but only one ...
by Magdeleine Moureau, Gerald Brace
unitization - exploitation concertée ; exploitation en commun ; unitisation / terme souvent employé dans le sens de pooling mais signifiant en ...
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