- factorization
- noun Date: 1886 the operation of resolving a quantity into factors; also a product obtained by factorization • factorize transitive verb

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

- factorization
- noun Date: 1886 the operation of resolving a quantity into factors; also a product obtained by factorization • factorize transitive verb

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

**factorization**— (Amer.) n. (Mathematics) resolution of an integer or polynomial into factors so that when multiplied together they give the integer or polynomial (also factorisation) … English contemporary dictionary**Factorization**— This article is about the mathematical concept. For other uses, see Factor and Integer factorization. A visual illustration of the polynomial x2 + cx + d = (x + a)(x + b) where… … Wikipedia**factorization**— factorize (also factorise) ► VERB Mathematics ▪ resolve or be resolvable into factors. DERIVATIVES factorization noun … English terms dictionary**factorization**— See factorize. * * * … Universalium**factorization**— noun a) The process of creating a list of factors. b) An expression listing items that, when multiplied together, will produce a desired quantity … Wiktionary**factorization**— fac·tor·i·za·tion … English syllables**factorization**— See: factorize … English dictionary**factorization**— noun (mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity • Syn: ↑factorisation, ↑factoring • Derivationally related forms: ↑factor (for: ↑factoring), ↑ … Useful english dictionary**Factorization system**— In mathematics, it can be shown that every function can be written as the composite of a surjective function followed by an injective function. Factorization systems are a generalization of this situation in category theory.DefinitionA… … Wikipedia**Factorization lemma**— In measure theory, the factorization lemma allows us to express a function f with another function T if f is measurable with respect T . An application of this is regression analysis.TheoremLet T:Omega ightarrowOmega be a function of a set Omega… … Wikipedia