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systematic

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj systematic characterized by order and planning "the investigation was very systematic","a systematic administrator"
    • adj systematic of or relating to taxonomy "taxonomic relations","a taxonomic designation"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Systematic (Med) Affecting successively the different parts of the system or set of nervous fibres; as, systematic degeneration.
    • Systematic Of or pertaining to system; consisting in system; methodical; formed with regular connection and adaptation or subordination of parts to each other, and to the design of the whole; as, a systematic arrangement of plants or animals; a systematic course of study. "Now we deal much in essays, and unreasonably despise systematical learning; whereas our fathers had a just value for regularity and systems.""A representation of phenomena, in order to answer the purposes of science, must be systematic ."
    • Systematic Pertaining to the system of the world; cosmical. "These ends may be called cosmical, or systematical ."
    • Systematic Proceeding according to system, or regular method; as, a systematic writer; systematic benevolence.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • systematic Of or pertaining to system; consisting in system; methodical; formed with regular connection and adaptation or subordination of parts to one another and to the design of the whole: as, a systematic arrangement of plants or animals; a systematic course of study.
    • systematic Proceeding according to system or regular method; with intention; formal: as, a systematic writer.
    • systematic Of or pertaining to the system of the universe; cosmical.
    • systematic Classificatory; taxonomic; marked by, based on, or agreeable with any system of classification or nomenclature: as, a systematic treatise; systematic principles or practice; systematic zoölogy or botany. See system, 11.
    • systematic In ancient prosody, of or pertaining to a system, or group of periods; constituting systems, or composed of systems. Systematic composition is the form of composition found in poems or choric passages consisting of systems or strophes, as opposed to stichic or linear composition.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adjs Systematic pertaining to, or consisting of, system: formed or done according to system: methodical
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Quotations

  • Brian Tracy
    Brian%20Tracy
    “When you engage in systematic, purposeful actin, using and stretching your abilities to the maximum, you cannot help but feel positive and confident abut yourself.”
  • Paul Karl Feyerabend
    Paul Karl Feyerabend
    “The best education consists in immunizing people against systematic attempts at education”
  • Henry Brooks Adams
    Henry%20Brooks%20Adams
    “Politics, whatever its professions, has always been the systematic organization of hatreds.”
  • Marcus Aurelius
    Marcus%20Aurelius
    “Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life.”
  • Woodrow T. Wilson
    Woodrow%20T.%20Wilson
    “Nothing was ever done so systematically as nothing is being done now.”
  • Louis Aragon
    Louis Aragon
    “Of all possible sexual perversions, religion is the only one to have ever been scientifically systematized.”

Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Gr. systēmasyn, together, histēmi, I place.

Usage

In literature:

What sort of systematic theology is left us, when the perverted historical method is made the only clue to the labyrinth of Scripture?
"A Tour of the Missions" by Augustus Hopkins Strong
The reasons which guided the first discoverers are just as valid now, though they can be more systematically stated.
"The English Utilitarians, Volume I." by Leslie Stephen
Better arrangements for systematic relief are made.
"The Johnstown Horror" by James Herbert Walker
Besides which, he had neither the inclination nor habit of sustained, systematic labour, another important condition of internal government.
"Memoirs To Illustrate The History Of My Time" by François Pierre Guillaume Guizot
Systematic and rapid advance was hardly to be hoped for from unaided private initiative.
"The War in the Air; Vol. 1" by Walter Raleigh
He would become systematic and serious in his habits and work.
"A Romantic Young Lady" by Robert Grant
A systematic reform was called for; and it was this which Bessel undertook and carried through.
"A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century" by Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
Such a systematic arrangement brings other advantages in its train.
"Cavalry in Future Wars" by Frederick von Bernhardi
However, it was not until 1690 that the more systematic cultivation of the coffee plant by the Dutch was undertaken in Ceylon.
"All About Coffee" by William H. Ukers
It is quite clear that the very first Parliament of King James set itself systematically in opposition to him.
"A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume I (of 6)" by Leopold von Ranke
Its work is systematic and thorough, its methods are unscrupulous and its resources great.
"The Railroad Question" by William Larrabee
Working systematically to right and left, the dogs sought eagerly for game.
"Creatures of the Night" by Alfred W. Rees
The enemy is systematically destroying every building in Manhattan which dates back over eight years.
"Lords of the Stratosphere" by Arthur J. Burks
In other words, supervision should be persistent, consistent, and systematic; visits should be more frequent.
"Rural Life and the Rural School" by Joseph Kennedy
In 1897 a systematic effort was made to secure a bill for this amendment.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV" by Various
Although he obtained results now identified with determinants, Lagrange did not discuss these functions systematically.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 3" by Various
Principles of Theoretical and Systematic Chemistry.
"Twentieth Century Inventions" by George Sutherland
Thus they did not develop a systematic cosmology, nor formulate a system of metaphysics.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 3" by Various
Everywhere in the State began a systematic persecution of the Unconditional Union men and the bullying of the Conditional Union men.
"The Struggle for Missouri" by John McElroy
After this we went on coolly and systematically, and we returned home again, visiting the several posts and batteries.
"Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp" by John Shipp
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In poetry:

Many a mind is ruined
And becomes chaotic mass,
Through want of systematic
Training in the class.
"Many" by Jared Barhite
"How strange!" I said to one I saw;
"You quite upset our every law.
However can you get along
So systematically wrong?"
"My Dream" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Take him who grubs for fortune in a systematic way,
Till "biz" is rich in promise and responsive in its pay,
And faith ascends the zenith lit with hope, his lucky star,
And watch him when the nagger plies her repartees that bar.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle

In news:

"Moving to a more systematic theoretical approach will reduce the funds, time, and manpower currently invested in developing new catalysts.".
But few growers have been more systematic - or more stubborn - about it than Doug and Keith Thompson.
Martin Luther's Theology: Its Historical and Systematic Development, by Bernhard Lohse.
The evidence Mr Romney systematically laid out exposed how the president 's top-down interventions have virtually paralyzed our economy - and he presented a solution.
The very term " productivity system" makes me happy — I like to think systematically in order to design solutions to problems and I enjoy learning about and creating new systems for doing things.
Systematic review of publication bias in studies on publication bias.
As we strive to manage the dairy operation in a systematic way, it is often the little but important things that get overlooked.
In report, he accused Pakistani army of "systematic campaign of terror".
And US regulators found Barclays "systematically" attempted to rig the London and euro interbank offered rates for profit.
A federal crackdown is proceeding quietly against bankers accused of systematically defrauding states, local governments and non-profits.
Today, as in the early years of the Clinton administration but to an even greater extent, right-wing extremism is being systematically fed by the conservative media and political establishment.
Learn how behavior-based safety programs can help companies cut injuries and accidents through systematic observation, analysis and intervention.
Systematically, I covered areas where moose are known to frequent.
Dr J Paul Rajashekar, who will continue to teach at the seminary as the Luther D Reed Professor of Systematic Theology.
Atlanta's Emory University apologizes for systematic anti- Semitism at dental school in 1950s.
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In science:

However, the agreement is reasonable after the application of this systematic correction; there is no evidence for systematic trends in the residuals with XFP, redshift, or galaxy type (although the scatter is larger for the S0s).
A Synthesis of Data from Fundamental Plane and Surface Brightness Fluctuation Surveys
We consider a large set of 13 cosmological and systematic parameters, and assume reasonable priors on the lensing and supernova systematics.
Probing decisive answers to dark energy questions from cosmic complementarity and lensing tomography
We take into account in our analysis systematic limits for the supernovae by adding a systematic uncertainty floor in quadrature following (Kim et al. (2003)).
Probing decisive answers to dark energy questions from cosmic complementarity and lensing tomography
We have also considered limiting our low-redshift SN sample to only those from large, systematic SN studies in order to limit any systematic errors arising from differences in calibration.
Measurement of \Omega_m, \Omega_{\Lambda} from a blind analysis of Type Ia supernovae with CMAGIC: Using color information to verify the acceleration of the Universe
Figure 1 gives the evolution of zp for the four data models under consideration, with and without systematic errors. zp ranges from 0.14 to 0.27 and is sensitive to the systematic errors and the data model.
Sensitivity and figures of merit for dark energy supernovae surveys
If we introduce systematic errors with a redshift dependency (a correlation between bins), the conclusion is identical to the constant case and the optimal zmax depend on the larger systematic error value.
Sensitivity and figures of merit for dark energy supernovae surveys
Our estimated 0.09 mag systematic uncertainty of the distance modulus of NGC 55 does not contain the additional systematic uncertainty of the adopted value of the LMC distance.
The Araucaria Project. The Distance to the Sculptor Group Galaxy NGC 55 from a Newly Discovered Abundant Cepheid Population
In the following, we summarize and describe in detail the different sources of systematics entering in the cross section calculation through Eq. (5.14): ˆ The criteria used for event selection are another source of systematics.
Study of accelerator neutrino interactions in a liquid argon TPC
We emphasize that this level of systematic uncertainty is typical of the literature SN Ia photometry as well and has the potential to lead to systematic errors in derived cosmological quantities, such as the dark energy equation of state parameter, w .
CfA3: 185 Type Ia Supernova Light Curves from the CfA
One can notice a systematic broadening in the distributions and systematic change in the slopes of the low-gap region with increasing systems sizes, which can be considered as a result of finite-size corrections.
Renormalization-group investigation of the S=1 random antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Chain
Systematic contributions to the resolution arising from calibration and related systematic uncertainties are ignored.
Performance of prototypes for the ALICE electromagnetic calorimeter
We will focus on the systematics model described in Linder & Huterer (2003) (hereafter referred to as “LH systematic”).
Reducing Zero-point Systematics in Dark Energy Supernova Experiments
We use the LH systematic in this spirit, namely to describe any other source of systematic not captured by our zero-point uncertainty model, and we repeat the same set of simulations described in this subsection with the LH systematic added.
Reducing Zero-point Systematics in Dark Energy Supernova Experiments
It is important to note that by adding VLH we are implicitly assuming that the LH systematic is uncorrelated with the other systematics; a more detailed treatment should aim at properly taking into account possible correlations; an example is described by Amanullah et al.
Reducing Zero-point Systematics in Dark Energy Supernova Experiments
The results are reported in Table 3 with and without including the LH systematic; contour plots of constant FoM as a function of zmax and σZ at constant NSN = 2000 and δc = 0.01 mag are shown in Figure 5 without including the LH systematic in the upper panel and including it in the lower panel.
Reducing Zero-point Systematics in Dark Energy Supernova Experiments
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