chunking definition

  • noun:
    • a method for making more cost-effective using short-term memory by recoding information.
    • a way of providing information which splits concepts into little pieces or "chunks" of data in order to make reading and comprehension faster and easier, using these types of techniques as bulleted lists, quick subheadings, or brief sentences with 1 or 2 some ideas per phrase.
    • The process of lowering something to short, dense bits of its former self, typically utilizing a hammer or a crowbar.
    • (therapy) the setup of smaller devices of data into large matched devices
    • a method to make more efficient use of short term memory by recoding information.
    • an approach of presenting information which splits principles into little pieces or "chunks" of data in order to make reading and understanding faster and simpler, utilizing these types of methods as bulleted listings, quick subheadings, or short phrases with one or two a few ideas per phrase.
    • the entire process of decreasing anything to quick, thick bits of its former self, often utilizing a hammer or a crowbar.
    • (psychology) the configuration of smaller products of data into large coordinated devices
  • verb:
    • provide participle of amount.
    • provide participle of amount.

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