Definitions for placementˈpleɪs mənt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

place•mentˈpleɪs mənt(n.)

  1. the act of placing, as in a suitable job, grade, or school.

  2. the state of being placed.

  3. location; arrangement:

    the placement of furniture.

  4. (in sports) the placing or directing of a ball, regarded in terms of tactics or skill.

Origin of placement:

1835–45

Princeton's WordNet

  1. placement, arrangement(noun)

    the spatial property of the way in which something is placed

    "the arrangement of the furniture"; "the placement of the chairs"

  2. placement(noun)

    contact established between applicants and prospective employees

    "the agency provided placement services"

  3. placement, location, locating, position, positioning, emplacement(noun)

    the act of putting something in a certain place

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. placement(noun)ˈpleɪs mənt

    the position sth is in, or the act of putting it in that place

    the placement of recycling bins outside the building; The exact placement of the pipes is crucial.

  2. placementˈpleɪs mənt

    the act or process of finding a job, home, etc. for sb

    placement of children in orphanages; job placement

Wiktionary

  1. placement(Noun)

    The act of placing or putting in place; the act of locating or positioning; the state of being placed.

  2. placement(Noun)

    A location or position.

  3. placement(Noun)

    The act of matching a person with a job

Webster Dictionary

  1. Placement(noun)

    the act of placing, or the state of being placed

  2. Placement(noun)

    position; place

Freebase

  1. Placement

    Placement is an essential step in electronic design automation - the portion of the physical design flow that assigns exact locations for various circuit components within the chip’s core area. An inferior placement assignment will not only affect the chip's performance but might also make it nonmanufacturable by producing excessive wirelength, which is beyond available routing resources. Consequently, a placer must perform the assignment while optimizing a number of objectives to ensure that a circuit meets its performance demands. Typical placement objectives include ⁕Total wirelength: Minimizing the total wirelength, or the sum of the length of all the wires in the design, is the primary objective of most existing placers. This not only helps minimize chip size, and hence cost, but also minimizes power and delay, which are proportional to the wirelength ⁕Timing: The clock cycle of a chip is determined by the delay of its longest path, usually referred to as the critical path. Given a performance specification, a placer must ensure that no path exists with delay exceeding the maximum specified delay.

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'placement' in Nouns Frequency: #2816

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