Definitions for "omega "
Keywords:  alphabet, mega, greek, signify, letter
The last letter of the Greek alphabet. See Alpha.
The last; the end; hence, death.
The greek letter sometimes used to denote an Option's elasticity. The change in the gamma of an option for a unit change in the price of the underlying. It is only valid within limited criteria.
VLF (Very Low Frequency) Navigation
Long-range radio navigation aid
a manmade radio signal
Omega is a fictional character from the long-running British science fiction television series, Doctor Who. In the context of the series, Omega is known as one of the founding fathers of the Time Lords of the planet Gallifrey, and is a revered figure in Time Lord history together with the equally legendary Rassilon; the Doctor refers to him as the Time Lords' "greatest hero". He first appeared in the 10th anniversary story, The Three Doctors.
Omega is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
Omega, Lord of the Terminus is a character from the Freedom City campaign setting of the Mutants and Masterminds role-playing game. He is loosely analogous to comic book supervillains such as DC's Darkseid, or Marvel's Thanos; a cosmic-scale threat, the ultimate "big bad" faced by the heroes.
Operational Multiscale Environment Model with Grid Adaptivity
Operational Multiscale Environmental Model with Grid Adaptivity
Operational Multi-scale Environmental Model with Grid Adaptivity
A global radionavigation system that enables user with special receivers to obtain position information by measuring phase difference between precisely timed signals radiated by a network of eight transmitting stations deployed worldwide.
A radionavigation system; groundbased, large area.
Rotation about the X-axis of the camera. When viewed from the positive end of the axis, a plus rotation is counter-clockwise.
Omega is the name of various medium-format cameras and enlargers. The Simmon Brothers, known for their line of enlargers, built the original Simmon Omega cameras in the United States. These rangefinder cameras took 6x7cm photographs on 120 roll film.
Omega is a roguelike computer game, programmed by Laurence Brothers in the late 1980s. It was one of the first roguelike games featuring a large countryside and elaborate plot development. It showed great promise, but suffered from a number of flaws.
Keywords:  zsef, benk, laux, moln, rgy
Omega is one of the most successful Hungarian rock bands. Formed in Budapest in September, 1962 by the winds player László Benkő on organ and János Kóbor as a singer and rhythm guitarist, they initially performed covers of British and American rock songs, frequently changing the lineup of members. In 1967 Tamás Mihály came on bass, Gábor Presser joined on keyboards and began writing original music for the band (in 1968 György Molnár became a lead guitarist), releasing three LPs before leaving the band with József Laux, a drummer from 1962, to form Locomotiv GT.
a five axes manufacturing machine
a world-leading manufacturer and distributor of instrumentation for process measurement and control, in scientific and industrial applications
Omega supplies measuring instruments and controllers of many kinds, often similar items from different manufacturers relabeled as Omega. They have reputation for being higher priced, but my experience has been not - the Love Controls 1/4 DIN controller was the same price from Love as the one from Omega - although other brands may be cheaper. Their Temperature Handbook - a catalog with a fair amount of extra data - is a good source for a glassblower. 1-800-TC-OMGA or http://www.tcomega.com They have nichrome and Kanthal-like wire listed as "resistance heating wire"
the final goal or state to which the Cosmos is proceeding (imples teleology) . The term Omega Point was coined by Teilhard de Chardin to refer to what is here called Theogenesis
A term used to describe vertical motion in the atmosphere. The "omega equation" used in numerical weather models is composed of two terms, the "differential vorticity advection" term and the "thickness advection" term. Put more simply, omega is determined by the amount of spin (or large scale rotation) and warm (or cold) advection present in the atmosphere. On a weather forecast chart, high values of omega (or a strong omega field) relate to upward vertical motion in the atmosphere. If this upward vertical motion is strong enough and in a sufficiently moist airmass, precipitation results.
turn A behavior in which the animal avoids further contact with an aversive stimulus by making a sharp 180o turn while continuing to utilize forward body motion, rather than a reversal ( Croll, 1975). See Deep ventral bend See Pirouette See Reversal
Planet, somewhat resembling Sierra, out towards the galactic rim. Discovered by Humans in 2013. Rich in scarce minerals & elements. Mostly mining colony. Small population.
Someone who is ³out of the sight of² one of the Planets, and therefore not limited to the normal rules of the Force it governs. As a result, they have what we would call superpowers, and are often capable of feats well beyond human norms. Also, Omegas are literally unseen by the Planet(s) they have Omegaed, and thus cast no shadows in their light ­ though this lack of shadow is overwhelmed by the light of all the other stars, as well as the Sun and Moon, without a special ability to notice it. Nobody knows who first used the term ³Omega², but it is suspected that it was someone trying to be clever and show their learning by making a reference to the end of normal laws where these people are concerned.
Keywords:  esl, gah, fatty, triglycerides, tuna
Three fatty acids that are useful in lowering triglycerides and cholesterol. They also slow blood clotting. Found in salmon, tuna, and certain other fish.
( OH-MAE-GAH ) AN ADJECTIVE USED TO DESCRIBE THOSE ESSENTIAL LIPIDS (ESL) THAT ARE HEALTHY FOR HUMANS. AS OPPOSED TO THOSE FATTY ACIDS, THAT ARE NOT LIPIDS, AND CREATE FAT.
Keywords:  chain, solid, flat, interlocking, links
A chain whose closely interlocking links form a flat, solid surface.
A patterned, flat chain with a solid surface formed by the links.
Chain with a flattened, solid surface formed by the dense links
OMEGA is a computer game developed by Stuart Marks and published by Origin Systems in 1989. The game puts the player in the role of a cyber-tank designer and programmer. Given a limited budget, the player must design a tank that can defeat a series of ever more challenging opponent tanks.
Keywords:  mrd, database, computer
MRD computer database
Keywords:  frontend, mysql, trigger, sql, ideal
Omega is an Open Source implementation of the M-Technology programming language. It is extendable, and currently embedded with MySQL; it is ideal as a trigger/validation frontend to SQL.
a classic symbol of fine Swiss watchmaking
an absolute necessity to have Collect pendants slides and wear
Keywords:  midsize, men, women
Men Women Midsize All
One chip Multimedia EnGine Architecture One of CMG's product family for digital video products
Keywords:  wolf, pack, lowest, ranking, social
lowest ranking member in the social order of a wolf pack.
Keywords:  alpha
Alpha and Omega.
The percentage change of an option's value with respect to the percentage change in the underlying price. It is the third derivative of the option price, and the derivative of gamma.
Keywords:  arc, corner, degrees, contains
A corner that contains between 180 and 270 degrees of an arc.
Keywords:  critical, density, universe, ratio
the ratio of the density of the Universe to the critical density.
Keywords:  brand, automatic, system, timing
A brand of automatic timing system.