Realization or realisation may refer to:
- Realization (climb), a sport climbing route in Ceüse, France
- Realization (finance), the pricing of security at market value
- Realization (linguistics), the act of creating an actual text in a human language from a syntactic representation
- Realisation (metrology), a physical form of a measurement standard
- Realization (probability), an actually observed value of random variable
- Realization (systems), a state space model implementing a given input-output behavior
- Benefits realisation management, programme and project management with a focus on realising benefits and outcomes.
- Self-realization, a psychological or spiritual change in one's sense of self
- In early electronic music; the playing back of an electronically produced composition; a work assembled by organizing sounds did not exist as music until it was realized with an acousmatic music performance using pre-recorded media, or generated in real-time with some form of music sequencer.
Other articles related to "realization, realizations":
... the walk produced by a policy for a given instance and realization ... the number of times longer the produced walk is to the shortest path in the realization ... is how to evaluate a policy with respect to different realizations consistent with the instance under consideration ...
... Songs of realization, or "Songs of Experience'" (Tibetan ཉམས་མགུར, Wylie nyams mgur Devanāgarī दोहा Romanized Sanskrit Doh ... Many collections of songs of realization are preserved in the Tibetan Buddhist canon, however many of these texts have yet to be translated from the Tibetan language ... Although many of the songs of realization date from the mahasiddha of India, the tradition of composing mystical songs continued to be practiced by tantric adepts in later times and examples of spontaneously ...
... The realization requirement is a pervasive, popularly supported aspect of our tax system, and there is no indication Congress is about to reverse course in ... "Realization is fundamentally a matter of timing ... time to time as the property's value changes, but that total will be treated as income only on realization ...
... Technical realization of neural human–computer interfaces have begun in the field of prosthetics ...
... The emphasis in Cottage Savings on realization as an administrative requirement makes evident the capricious role that realization plays in the tax field ... If the realization requirement can be met at a very low threshold, as the decision implies, then "realization" virtually becomes elective with the taxpayer ... The hazard of elective or voluntary realization arises in connection with much investment activity ...
Famous quotes containing the word realization:
“I believe in women; and in their right to their own best possibilities in every department of life. I believe that the methods of dress practiced among women are a marked hindrance to the realization of these possibilities, and should be scorned or persuaded out of society.”
—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (18441911)
“The ground for taking ignorance to be restrictive of freedom is that it causes people to make choices which they would not have made if they had seen what the realization of their choices involved.”
—A.J. (Alfred Jules)
“Probably nothing in the experience of the rank and file of workers causes more bitterness and envy than the realization which comes sooner or later to many of them that they are stuck and can go no further.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)