A term for the shape of an element in an illustration. A path, on its own will not show on the hardcopy until it has a line weight and color attribute (or fill) assigned to it.
A path is the shape of a single element in an illustration. A path will not show unless it has a fill or line weight assigned to it.
End-to-end transport of a service usually consisting of multiple lines and sections. (SONET)
A collection of passages laid end to end. The objective of a Maze is to find a path from start to finish.
a collection of lines and shapes in one easy-to-use container
a continuous line passing from a piece of the player's colour to one of his opponent's
a line, brush stroke, pencil line, pretty much any line drawn in Illustrator
a line whose beginning and end are distinguished
a line with certain stroke characteristics
a line with zero width, used to outline an area
a story-line created by a central actor, in this case, a student
a line between two leaf vertices in the crease pattern.
One or more Sonet lines, including network elements at each end capable of accessing, generating, and processing Path Overhead. Paths provide end-to-end transport of services.
line or group of lines in which WSCC assigned as paths with numbers to differentiate them
The projection of the line of motion of a meteor against the background of the celestial sphere, as seen by the observer. Observers at different locations can see the same meteor project different apparent paths; accurate measurement thereof can allow the meteor's actual position in three-dimensional space to be determined using triangulation.
The projection of the line of motion of the meteor on the celestial sphere, as seen by the observer.