Separation may refer to:
- Separation (United States military), the process by which a service member leaves active duty
- Separation (air traffic control), rules to minimise the risk of collision between aircraft in flight
- Separation mastering, in music recording
Other articles related to "separation":
... Blind signal separation, also known as blind source separation, is the separation of a set of source signals from a set of mixed signals, without the aid of information (or with very little information) about ... literature in this field focuses on the separation of temporal signals such as audio ... However, blind signal separation is now routinely performed on multidimensional data, such as images and tensors, which may involve no time dimension ...
... Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP) is a "map-and-encapsulate" protocol which is developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force LISP Working Group ... The basic idea behind the separation is that the Internet architecture combines two functions, routing locators (where you are attached to the network) and identifiers (who you are) in one number space the IP ... LISP supports the separation of the IPv4 and IPv6 address space following a network-based map-and-encapsulate scheme (RFC 1955) ...
... Separation of church and state, the idea that religion and government functions should be separate Political separation (separatism), advocacy of a state of cultural, ethnic ...
... If the defender does not consent to the divorce, then the pursuer will only be able to establish an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage once the couple has not lived together as husband and wife for two years. ...
... Magnetic separation is a process in which magnetically susceptible material is extracted from a mixture using a magnetic force ... This separation technique can be useful in mining iron as it is attracted to a magnet ... Shepherd and Murphy mine in Moina, Tasmania, magnetic separation was used to separate the ores ...
Famous quotes containing the word separation:
“There is nothing that I shudder at more than the idea of a separation of the Union. Should such an event ever happen, which I fervently pray God to avert, from that date I view our liberty gone.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)
“The scholar was not raised by the sacred thoughts amongst which he dwelt, but used them to selfish ends. He was a profane person, and became a showman, turning his gifts to marketable use, and not to his own sustenance and growth. It was found that the intellect could be independently developed, that is, in separation from the man, as any single organ can be invigorated, and the result was monstrous.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“In a separation it is the one who is not really in love who says the more tender things.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)