Structurization
structurization.... The process of giving structure to something or of arranging material into an organized pattern.
The Compact Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. Volume III. A Supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 1987. Page 1195.
structurize.... To give a structure to (something), to organize structurally.
The Compact Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. Volume III. A Supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 1987. Page 1195.
structurization (struk´chə rə zā´shən), n. the process of arranging any complex matter into an organized structure.
The World Book Dictionary. Volume 1. Chicago: World Book, Inc. 2002. Page 2077.
structurize (struk´chə rīz), v.t. -ized, -izing. to arrange in the form of an organized structure: Research capacities are being structurized to the optimum in every single economic branch in order to meet the country’s requirements of the scientific and technological revolution  (London Times).
The World Book Dictionary. Volume 1. Chicago: World Book, Inc. 2002. Page 2077.
Noun
structurization (plural structurizations)
1. The act of structurizing
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Verb
structurize (third-person singular simple present structurizes, present participle structurizing, simple past and past participle structurized)
1. To impose a structure upon something
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