any of the pieces or parts that make up a machine, product, etc.
Serving, or helping, to form; composing; constituting; constituent.
A constituent part; an ingredient.
From OWL Web Ontology Language Guide ( 2004-02-10) for parts of a definition e.g. the arguments to intersection-of in a class definition
a part of a product or system eg an ingredient
One of the parts or pieces that together make a complete system or design. Reference is often made to design components or the electrical components of a sign.
A loose term describing one or more closely related classes that perform a single function, implement one algorithm, or manage a single type of data. Frameworks, subsystems and models can be described as containing components.
one part of a large group or whole
The part of something larger.
A part of a metal building system.
an individual part of a whole; in electricity, part of a device that stores an electric charge
Part of a graph that fulfills certain connectivity criteria. Components are, e.g., connected, strongly connected or biconnected. In a connected component (or component, for short) every node is reachable from every other node. See Also Biconnected Component, Connectivity.
(1) Same as constituent. (2) That part of a tidal current velocity which, by resolution into orthogonal vectors, is found to act in a specified direction.
A part, ingredient, or subassembly that is both a component to a higher level part, and a parent part to other components
serving as a element of something larger; constituent.
An irreducible part or aggregation of parts that make up a system, also called a subsystem. See also Inter-related components.
A part of an automobile that can rotate and cause a vibration.
Level: top-level entity A component is a well-defined, distinct and strategic part or aspect of an occurrence but is not considered an autonomous work or activity in itself. It is usually restricted in time and space. Includes: digital component, physical component, conceptual component, content component, technical component.
1. n. Hardware or software that is part of a functional unit. 2. n. A part of a structured type or value, such as an array element or a record field.
A part of a mixture or solution.
Parts used to assemble golf clubs. The three primary components of a golf club are the head, shafts and grips. Other components include ferrules, labels, tape, and epoxy.
One element of a larger system. A hardware component can be a device as small as a transistor or as large as a disk drive as long as it is part of a larger system. Software components are segments within a larger system.
A part of a system, appliance, fixture, or device
A constituent that is part of a derived type. A derived type may consist of one or more components. For example, time%hour refers to the hour component of time (and time is a variable whose data type is a derived type defined in the program).
The part of a velocity, acceleration, or force that is along one particular coordinate axis.
The individual parts that make up a circuit, a function, a subsystem or a total piece of equipment.
A part, or device. Conduction band: Carries the excited conduction electrons.
(n.) a constituent of a derived type.
a raw material, ingredient, part or subassembly that goes into a higher level assembly, compound, or other item.
The constituent element of a system. For instance, MWFM NMOS components include, CLASS, DISCO, MONITOR, MODEL, DIST, CONTROL and STORE.
A discrete segment of study which constitutes a specified proportion of a unit.
A major vehicle subassembly such as an engine, transmission, clutch, brake system or driver display unit.
A part of a whole. An ingredient in a coating formulation.
A raw material or subassembly used in the manufacture of a higher level finished good.
the basic chemical constituent that makes up a system.
a single piece of cast stone, engineered for a specific application and generally manufactured in standard dimensions; designed as an essential, yet versatile element of one or more comprehensive cast stone Integrated Assemblies.
One of the parts into which a stress may be resolved or divided.
A permanently installed or attached fixture, element or part of a system.
part or element of structure.
a) An Element. b) Any relatively simple part of a complex entity. c) An Assembly or any combination or parts, subassemblies and assemblies mounted together normally capable of independent operation in a variety of situations. d) A subsystem, assembly, subassembly or other major element of an End Item. e) A Military department, or other Agency of the DoD. www.sceaonline.net Keyword(s): Component
the name given to one of the parts that make up a product
The smallest field replaceable part that serves to form, compose, or make up a unit. Components are assigned part numbers and are identified in materials and spare parts lists.
Synonomous with "part." See part.
A part used in a Metal Building System. See also " Components and Cladding".
A component is a value that is a part of a larger value, or an object that is part of a larger object.
This document refers to parts of StarTeam as components. For example, it references the Task component. The files, change requests, etc. managed by the component are referred to as items.
Prefabricated member forming part of a framing system.
In DocBook, a class of elements that make up the parts of a book. The class includes chapter, appendix, preface, dedication, colophon, article, bibliography, glossary, and index.
Part of a larger system or structure. In Small Business Server, the various services and servers (such as Exchange Server) are sometimes referred to as component applications.
A term used to describe the constituents used in producing fuels. Gasoline, for example, can comprise over 10 individual components.
subsystem, assembly, subassembly or other major element of an end item [D02285] DSMC A non-trivial, nearly independent, and replaceable part of a system that fulfills a clear function in the context of a well-defined architecture. A component conforms to and provides the physical realization of a set of interfaces. [D04812] RUP
A part used in the Building System.
One discrete, self-contained part of a system in which defined business functions and processes can be suitably grouped and categorised.
A "part" of blood. Blood is made up of different "parts" or components: red blood cells, plasma, platelets and several types of white blood cells. Each component has its own job to do. We can separate blood into components so patients can be transfused only with what they need.
Any raw material, substance, piece, part, software, firmware, labeling, or assembly which is intended to be included as part of the finished, packaged, and labeled device. [From §820.3(c)
A discrete segment of study which makes up a part of a unit
means any substance intended for use in the manufacture of a dietary ingredient or dietary supplement including those that may not appear in the finished dietary ingredient or dietary supplement. Component includes ingredients and dietary ingredients as described in section 201(ff) of the Act. [Definition from Proposed Rule: Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding Dietary Ingredients and Dietary Supplements; 68 FR 12251
Any ingredient intended for use in the manufacture of a drug product, including those that may not appear in such drug product. [From §210.3(b)(3)
A distinct part a steel building system.
An individual piece or a complete assembly of individual pieces, including industrial products that are manufactured as independent units, capable of being joined together with other pieces or components.
An optionally installable part of an Tivoli Decision Support for OS/390 feature.
General term for a part of a software system (hardware or software). See Product.
One of the gases in a mix. A constituent of a gas mixture, either "minor component" or "balance." A two-component gas mixture consists of one minor component and a balance material. There is no such thing as a one-component mixture -- this is referred to as a "pure" gas or material.
Controls that govern the individual parts of the machine tool including: spindle, coolant, conveyor belt, chuck or clamp, and tool.
An independent part of an assembly.
Any one part of an assembly associated with construction.
permanently installed appliance, fixture, element, or part of a system.
Part of a path, which indicates either a directory or a file. A collection of releasables from one source tree. Many components make up a ROM. See also: path
A part of a given system.
An item which is further integrated into an assembly.
An individual mechanical or electrical part of an appliance.
(1) A functional subdivision of a system, generally a self-contained combination of assemblies performing a function necessary for the system's operation. Examples: power supply, transmitter, gyro package, etc. (2) A part of an assembly or subassembly. A part.
A part of a derived-type definition. There must be at least one component (intrinsic or derived type) in every derived-type definition.
A component can be either hardware, software or a process that delivers a piece of functionality within a system. Related components can be grouped together to form a 'subsystem'.
Blood is made up of different "parts" or components: red Blood cells, plasma, platelets and several types of white Blood cells. Donated Blood is often separated into components so that patients can be transfused only with the "part" of Blood needed.
A part helping to make up the whole.
An item that costs $1500 or more, will permanently increase the value of a SPECIFIC piece of university-owned equipment and is not complete in itself; components are also referred to as attachments; Spare parts and replacement parts, regardless of cost, are not considered components and are therefore not added to the value of equipment.
In general, a constituent part. In polygonal modeling, any of the constituent parts of a polygon (namely, vertices, edges, faces, or UVs).
A generic technical part. Many components make up equipment. Hierarchy is that parts make components, makes equipment, makes systems. illustration (30 KB)
In thermodynamics, a component is a chemically distinct constituent of a system. Calculating the number of components in a system is necessary, for example, when applying Gibbs phase rule in determination of the number of degrees of freedom of a system.