• (adj): Not haphazard.
    Synonyms: orderly
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on systematic:

Systematic Review - Strengths and Weaknesses
... While systematic reviews are regarded as the strongest form of medical evidence, a review of 300 studies found that not all systematic reviews were ... A further study by the same group found that of 100 systematic reviews monitored, 7% needed updating at the time of publication, another 4% within a year, and another 11% within 2 years ... Systematic reviews are increasingly appearing in other fields, such as international development research ...
Systematic Musicology
... Systematic musicology is an umbrella term, used mainly in Central Europe, for several subdisciplines and paradigms of musicology ... music history (or historical musicology), and systematic musicology ... Systematic musicology is different in that it tends not to put these specific manifestations in the foreground, although it of course refers to them ...
Lazy Systematic Unit Testing
... Lazy Systematic Unit Testing is a software unit testing method based on the two notions of lazy specification, the ability to infer the evolving specification of a unit on-the-fly by ... A testing toolkit JWalk exists to support lazy systematic unit testing in the Java programming language ...
Lazy Systematic Unit Testing - Systematic Testing
... Systematic testing refers to a complete, conformance testing approach to software testing, in which the tested unit is shown to conform exhaustively to a specification, up to the testing ... Examples of systematic testing methods include the Stream X-Machine testing method and equivalence partition testing with full boundary value analysis ...
Systematic Code - Examples
... and hash functions, combined with the input data, can be viewed as systematic error-detecting codes ... Linear codes are usually implemented as systematic error-correcting codes (e.g ... Convolutional codes are implemented as either systematic or non-systematic codes ...

More definitions of "systematic":

  • (adj): Characterized by order and planning.
    Example: "The investigation was very systematic"; "a systematic administrator"

Famous quotes containing the word systematic:

    Every nation ... whose affairs betray a want of wisdom and stability may calculate on every loss which can be sustained from the more systematic policy of its wiser neighbors.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    Chinese civilisation is so systematic that wild animals have been abolished on principle.
    Aleister Crowley (1875–1947)

    The process of discovery is very simple. An unwearied and systematic application of known laws to nature causes the unknown to reveal themselves.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)