A descriptor is a model element that describes the commonalities of a set of instances, including their structure, relationships, behavior, constraints, and purpose. Most elements in a model are descriptors.
the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something; "the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached"
a CG that describes some aspect of the referent
a conceptual graph, possibly blank, which is said to describe the referent
a conceptual graph that is nested in the referent field of a concept
a conceptual graph which describes the referent
a data structure that describes a string or an array
a designator which is a conceptual graph
a label that uniquely identifies a concept within a conceptual scheme
a model element that describes the common properties of a set of instance s
A word which literally describes the product or service being identified, generally employed in conjunction with a fanciful, arbitrary, or suggestive name. One example of this is Kleenex Facial Tissue, where Kleenex is an arbitrary name and facial tissue is a descriptor.
Structure that contains information describing a volume or file.
read-only module which can be attached to an IP describing it to generalized components
Often used in conjunction with a coined/fanciful, arbitrary, or suggestive name, a descriptor literally describes the product or service being identified. A brand name used with a variety of descriptors across a product line is often a more economic strategy than that of giving every product or service its own proprietary name.
A class derived from TDesC, which describes an area of memory used as either a string or some binary data.