Staging may refer to:
- Staging area, a location used to prepare items for use, such as for a military operation
- Staging (cooking), a chef works briefly and without pay in another chef's kitchen to learn new techniques and cuisines
- Staging (rocketry), the use of multiple engines and propellant to launch a rocket
- Staging (stagecoaches), the business of running stagecoaches or the act of journeying in them
- Staging (theatre), the process of selecting, designing, adapting to, or modifying the performance space for a play or film
- Staging (websites), a website used to assemble, test and review its newer versions before it is moved into production
- Cancer staging, a description (usually numbers I to V) of how much the cancer has spread
- Home staging, preparing a residence for sale in real estate
- in computing:
- Staging (data), intermediately storing data between the sources of information and a data warehouse (DW)
- Disk staging, using disks as an additional, temporary stage of backup process before finally storing backup
- Staging, the process of aligning cars on the starting line in drag racing
- Staging, in bird migration the practice of pausing at places along a migration route to rest and feed before proceeding
Other articles related to "staging":
... Staging is based on knowledge of the way cancer develops ... Some staging systems cover many types of cancer others focus on a particular type ... Different staging systems are used for many cancers of the blood or bone marrow such as lymphoma ...
... Staging is the process of determining how much cancer there is in the body and where it is located ... The underlying purpose of staging is to describe the extent or severity of an individual's cancer, and to bring together cancers that have similar prognosis ... Staging of breast cancer is one aspect of breast cancer classification that assists in making appropriate treatment choices, when considered along with other classification aspects such ...
... In medicine, lung cancer staging is the assessment of the extent to which a lung cancer has spread from its original source ... As with most cancers, staging is an important determinant of treatment and prognosis ... The initial evaluation of non-small cell lung cancer staging uses the TNM classification ...
Famous quotes containing the word staging:
“Such were the first rude beginnings of a town. They spoke of the practicability of a winter road to the Moosehead Carry, which would not cost much, and would connect them with steam and staging and all the busy world. I almost doubted if the lake would be there,the self-same lake,preserve its form and identity, when the shores should be cleared and settled; as if these lakes and streams which explorers report never awaited the advent of the citizen.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)