simplified, past tense; simplified, past participle; simplifies, 3rd person singular present; simplifying, present participle;
Make (something) simpler or easier to do or understand
an overhaul of court procedure to simplify litigation
make simpler or easier or reduce in complexity or extent; "We had to simplify the instructions"; "this move will simplify our lives"
(simplification) an explanation that omits superfluous details and reduces complexity
(simplified) made easy or uncomplicated
Ryan Shupe & the RubberBand is an American bluegrass music group founded in the mid-1990s in Ogden, UT. ...
(Simplification) In mathematical logic, simplification (equivalent to conjunction elimination) is a valid argument and rule of inference which makes the inference that, if the conjunction A and B is true, then A is true, and B is true.
(Simplified (band)) '''''' is a North American rock band from Charlotte, NC. The group features Clee Laster (vocals, guitar), Chris Sheridan (guitar), Tim Lail (drums) and Chris Lynch (bass). ...
(Simplified (Simply Red album)) Simplified is a Simply Red album released in 2005. It features new, rearranged recordings of the band's older songs, and four new songs: "Perfect Love" and an alternate version, "My Perfect Love", a cover of Leon Russell's "A Song for You", and "Smile".
To make simpler, either by reducing in complexity, reducing to component parts, or making easier to understand; To become simpler
(Simplification) One or more exchanges lead to simplification of the position.
(Simplification (Stereotyping)) Making a complicated issue seem simple and clear-cut
(Simplification) A form of generalization that involves deleting some of the surveyed points that show the path of a line feature or the boundary of a polygon so as to remove excessive detail.
(Simplification) A strategy of exchanging pieces of equal value. Simplification can be used defensively to reduce the size of an attacking force. It can also be used by a player with an advantage in order to amplify that advantage or reduce the opponent's counterplay. ...
(Simplification) This means keeping your visual argument simple, keep in mind the phrase “less is more”. Having too much going on in your argument will distract your audience from your main point. It also might give off the impression to your audience that your thoughts are disorganized.
(Simplification) This refers to the way in which learners try to make L2 learning easier by limiting the number of hypotheses they form at any one stage of development, or by omitting grammar and/or prepositional elements in production.
(Simplification) in the context of the Common Agricultural Policy, this refers to the continuing work by the European Union to simplify both the policy itself and its practical implementation. ...
(Simplification) of consonant clusters, especially doubled consonants, occurred:
(simplification) The philosophy and methodologies that seek to reduce product and process variation, quality problems and cost by identifying and eliminating non-value added tasks, and standardizing component and resource usage.
(simplification) The process of simplifying and normalizing a RELAX NG schema to remove the syntactical variations and use only a few basic patterns and name classes.
(simplification) the replacement of a formula or expression by one that is equivalent but simpler.
(Simplifies) To reduce a fraction or algebraic expression to its simplest form. A fraction is in its simplest form if its numerator and denominator are relatively prime; that is, the only common factor they have is one. An algebraic expression is in simplest form if no terms can be combined. ...
means to neatly arrange and identify parts and tools for ease of use.
We map processes and systems critical to the organization and keep only the steps required by the customers or regulators. The object is to help eliminate anything that isn’t necessary to ensure customer satisfaction. ...
To combine all that can be combined, reduce the number of terms, and put an expression in an easily understandable form.
When persons say they are attempting to simplify their lives, they mean they are trying to cut out unnecessary activities in order to make themselves more available for Jehovah's work. Sometimes the simplification process itself is far from simple. ...
To trade pieces to quiet down the position, to eliminate the opponent's attacking potential, or to clarify the situation. The player with the better position is more likely to simplify than the player with the worse position.