The arrangement of software-based function blocks in a controller. The configuration determines what functions the controller can perform and in what order.
(1) A general-purpose computer term referring to the way a computer is set up. (2) The total combination of hardware components-central processing unit, video display device, keyboard and peripheral devices-that make up a computer system. (3) The software settings that allow various hardware components of a computer system to communicate with one another.
The specific combination of hardware and software being utilized in a personal computer application, or the selected parameters that determine the operation of a device.
(IEEE) (1) The arrangement of a computer system or component as defined by the number, nature, and interconnections of its constituent parts. (2) In configuration management, the functional and physical characteristics of hardware or software as set forth in technical documentation or achieved in a product.
Configuration is the word used by the rest of the architectural community to refer to what we call an aggregate. We changed the word we use because at one point we were using the word "configuration" to refer to a set of components, connectors, and attachments, to the process of turning a partially specified object on the shelf into a fully specified object in a design, or to the suite of tools making up a design environment.
Variable groups of settings that allow your particular arrangement of hardware and software programs to function in your environment.
Specifying software settings (e.g. IP address), or referring to a computer system.
Hardware and Software arrangement that defines a system and thus determines system functional characteristics and operation.
A collection of settings maintained by a project.
A particular selection of host computer, peripherals, and interfacing equipment that are functioning together. Also a list of devices and computers of a computer system.
Variable modem characteristics that must be set properly for a modem to communicate with a computer or another modem.
In reference to a single microcomputer, the sum of a systemâ€™s internal and external components, including memory, disk drives, keyboard, video, and (generally) less critical add-on hardware such as a mouse, modem, or printer. The configuration of a computer system affects the way it works and the way it is used. Software (the operating system and various device drivers), the userâ€™s choices established through configuration files such as the AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files on IBM PCs and compatibles, and sometimes hardware (switches and jumpers) are needed to â€œconfigure the configurationâ€ to work correctly. Although system configuration can be changed, as by adding more memory or disk capacity, the basic structure of the system- its architecture- remains the same. In relation to networks, the entire interconnected set of hardware, or the way in which a network is laid out â€“ the manner in which elements are connected.
The complete set of hardware and software that makes up a storage system. Typically, a configuration will contain disk controller hardware, disks (divided into slices), and the software to manage the flow of data to and from the disks.
A general-purpose computer term that can refer to the way you have your computer set up that is, the devices you have attached to it or to the way you have your computer set up to send information to a printer, a modem, or some other peripheral device.
1. The relative arrangement, options, or connection pattern of a system and its subcomponent parts/objects. 2. The process of defining an appropriate set of collaborating hardware and software objects to solve a particular problem.
Configurations are specific settings that a System Administrator can change to customize Keep In Touch.
Level: Component A specific grouping of components â€“ mainly hardware and software set up for a specific goal. A configuration usually includes a specific systems design, operating system, network setup and has a client and/or server function, and is designed to accommodate an application (occurrence). Can be a part of a systems design. See also: application, hardware, network, user interface, systems design, configuration instructions
In hardware, a group of interrelated devices that constitute a system. In software, the total of the software modules and their interrelationships.
The selected components used in a compter; also, their hardware and software.
In the computing world, when people talk about their computer configuration, ...
Refers to the way a computer is set up; the combined hardware components (computer, monitor, key board, and peripheral devices) that make up a computer system; or the software settings that allow the hardware components to communicate with each other.
The way the workstation, server, or local area network is set up to function; pertains to both hardware and software.
the way a system is set up; the assortment of components that make up a system; can refer to either hardware or software or a combination of both
The way a program is set, most often by the user. This may include window size and position, appearance on loading, usual font, background colour, anything. In Word, settings made in Tools Options add to the configuration of the program. ALPHABET
1. The components that make up a computer system (which models, what peripherals). 2. The physical arrangement of those components (what's placed and where). 3. The software settings that enable computer components to talk to each other (as in configuring communications software). [San Diego State University
The way that a program or computer is set up, various settings are used in the configuration.
a collection of components that constitutes a Windows XP Embedded OS image
a combination of all the settings described in the previous paragraph
a composition of components and connectors into a system
a consistent set of files or objects
a function from the cells to the states, whose support - the set of cells not in the quiescent state - is finite
a line up of tools and settings for the options for those tools as well as other information that configures the project to produce a build goal
a logically related set of products that need to be managed as a composite set
a multi-page wizard that allows users to set custom input on editable options
a named set of build tool settings that controls how a project is built
a set of defaults you set up for backup and recovery
a set of object versions that are consistent with each other
a set of options which describe which log data you want to analyze, how you want to analyze it, and a large number of other details
a set of preferences or features that a user prefers for certain tasks
a set of specific values for the Internet library settings
a set of specific values for the net library settings
a special software package which allows significant reductions in energy consumption and operating cost during low load conditions
a specific set of values for several of the Internet library settings (from the INetSettingEnum type)
a specific set of values for the net library settings
a valid set of physical design structures, i
A particular setup, including options chosen and the arrangement of peripheral devices and components, for computer hardware and software applications.
the components that make up a computer's hardware setup.
In SQL*Net, the set of instructions for preparing network communications, as outlined in the SQL*Net documentation.
A confirguration often refers to the specific hardware and software details in terms of devices attached, capacity or capability and exactly what the system is made up of
The IP addresses, preferences, local list files, password, and set of rules synchronized with the PacketHound appliance.
All the hardware and software components that make up a computer system and the way it is set up to function and communicate with other computers.
The particular assembly of components and devices comprising a computer system; the characteristics (power, capacity etc) of such a system.
The manner in which the hardware and software of a system, subsystem, or network are organized and interconnected.
This is a general-purpose computer term that can refer to the way you have your computer set up. It is also used to describe the total combination of hardware components that make up a computer system and the software settings that allow various hardware components of a computer system to communicate with one another.
1. The process of setting up hardware and/or software so that it operates in a manner consistent with the needs of a location. 2. The physical setup of a device or devices. 3. The operating characteristics of software.
The configuration of a system, subsystem, module or component is the manner in which the constituent elements are disposed relative to each other.
Configuration is the structure of architectural relationships among components, connectors, and data during a period of system run-time. [RoyFieldingThesis
The arrangement of the software and hardware of a computer system or network. The system configuration includes either a standard or custom processor, peripheral equipment (for example, printers and modems), and software applications. Configuration also refers to the way in which the switch network is set up; that is, the types of products that are in the network and how those products communicate.
A word that refers to the set up of a computers operating system.
1. The components that make up a computer system (which model and what peripherals). 2. The physical arrangement of those components (what's placed and where). 3. The software settings that enable two computer components to talk to each other (as in configuring communications software to work with a modem).
Adjustment of hardware or software settings to alter performance.
The way in which a system or part of a system, such as a piece of software, is set up, based on the number of possible choices.
The process of providing metadata for a component. Normally, the configuration for a specific component is kept in a file that is uploaded into the registry when the component executes.
The requirements, design, and implementation that define a particular version of a system or system component. The arrangement of a computer system or network as defined by the nature, number, and chief characteristics of its functional units. More specifically, the term configuration may refer to a hardware configuration or a software configuration.
The settings on a computer that control its activities or its appearance.
Configuration is the task where functional and technical users provide codes, rules, and insert procedures specific to the university. This is done so that the software provided by the vendor in its generic form reflects the business requirements of the university.
This is the software or hardware arrangements that define a computer (or telecom system) and determine what actions will be carried out (and how).
the physical and electronic arrangement of equipment (hardware and software) that allows for successful work, especially for interchange of data over communications lines.
The manner in which the hardware and software of an information processing system are organized and interconnected.
A group of settings for a particular networking component like AppleTalk or TCP/IP. Configurations are grouped in sets so you can switch sets to switch all the configurations belonging to the set.
The activity of describing the software settings that enable devices to communicate with each other.
Set of window rules defining the exact behavior for almost any window in the system. Can be changed via Configuration Module.
A configuration is a setting that customizes software or hardware to your needs. For instance, you might configure a network to allow all users to make changes to shared files. Or, you might configure your email program to check mail from two different accounts. Source: TechSoup.org
The functional and/or physical collection of hardware and software components as set forth in formal documentation. Also, the requirements, design, and implementation that define a particular version of a system (or system component). See Configuration Control, Configuration Item, Configuration Management, Configuration Management Plan, Configuration Status Accounting.
1. The components that make up a computer system (which model and what peripherals) 2. The physical arrangement of those components (what is placed where) 3. The software settings of an application
The setup of the hardware needed in a computer system.
The overall manner in which a computer is set up. Usually this includes both hardware and software.
n The way in which a computer and its peripherals are connected as a system, especially the firmware settings of its internal components, such as memory size and video mode. Also the basic settings of how software is set up. For example, Windows is configured with a driver for the printer you use. Configuration is often used interchangeably with "setup."
The total combination of your hardware components and the software settings that instruct those components to communicate with one another.
(1) The arrangement of a system or network as defined by the nature, number, and chief characteristics of its functional units. More specifically, the term configuration may refer to a hardware configuration or a software configuration. (2) The requirements, design, and implementation that define a particular version of a system or system component. (3) The functional and/or physical characteristics of hardware/software as set forth in technical documentation and achieved in a product. [Military Std 480B-1988
In Net8, the set of instructions for preparing network communications, as outlined in the Net8 documentation.
Functional and physical characteristics of hardware or software as set forth in technical documentation or archived in a product; requirements, design, and implementation that define a particular version of a system or system component
Configuration can refer to either hardware or software. The HelpDesk often uses the term when referring to software. For example, the HelpDesk may help you "configure" Microsoft Outlook XP by walking you through these documented configuration steps.
The assemblage of hardware and software that comprises a system or a cluster. For example, CPUs, memory boards, the operating system, and mirrored disks are parts of a configuration.
The way a computer is set up, which includes the hardware (type of CPU, peripherals, etc.) and the software
The ordering and description of all parts of a software or database system.
A general-purpose computer term that refers to the way your computer's operating system is set up. It can also refer to the total combination of hardware components - central processing unit (CPU), video display device, keyboard and peripheral devices - that make up the computer system. The configuration is also at work in the software settings that allow various hardware components of a computer system to communicate with one another. A "vanilla" configuration is the standard "clean" and "no frills" version of a computer's configuration (no device drivers or extra settings). This is what a technician might set a system to when trying to troubleshoot a problem with a computer's hardware.
The specific assemblage of components and devices that make up the hardware components of a complete system.
(1) Information retrieved by an operating system from a local storage medium or remote server that defines the behavior of an application, computer, or network device. (2) The total combination and setup of hardware components (such as CPU, display device, and printer) and programs that make up a computer system, subsystem, or network.(3) The arrangement of a computer system or network as defined by the nature, number, and chief characteristics of its functional units. The term may refer to a hardware or a software configuration. (4) The process of specifying the appropriate parameters to customize network software.
The layout and connection of components within a system. Example: An establishment's POS terminals and their cabling, or the relationships between records in a database.
The devices and programs that make up a system, subsystem, or network. The term configuration may refer to a hardware configuration or a software configuration.
Selection of one of the sets of possible combinations of features of a system.