And how else should work succeed but by specialisation,—the secret as it is of fidelity and expertness?
Society should model itself on nature, whose plan is specialisation.
One of these circumstances was the specialisation of the learning of the time.
God and the Devil are an effort after specialisation and division of labour.
He justly considers the differentiation and specialisation of organs as the test of perfection.
At the same time his views on the specialisation of training are far from extreme.
In a large country of rich resources a high degree of specialisation in manufacture is possible in spite of a protective policy.
specialisation in fact is often synonymous with degradation, and, this being the case, implies a restricted life.
The former is much the more important factor, and, accordingly, we find the greater degree of specialisation based upon it.
The orbit too shows a specialisation in being separated from the temporal fossa.
specialization spe·cial·i·za·tion (spěsh'ə-lĭ-zā'shən)
The act of specializing.
Adaptation, as of an organ or organism, to a specific function or environment.
A reduction in generality, usually for the sake of increased efficiency. If a piece of code is specialised for certain values of certain variables (usually function arguments), this is known as "partial evaluation". In a language with overloading (e.g. Haskell), an overloaded function might be specialised to a non-overloaded instance at compile-time if the types of its arguments are known.