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two or more individuals sharing a set of beliefs, values, and behavioral patterns; see reference group.
Set of covalently linked atoms, such as a hydroxyl group ( - OH) or an amino group ( - NH), the chemical behavior of which is well characterized.
A set of rows in a result set that have one or more field values in common.
A group of sectors on a hard disk drive that is addressed as one logical unit by the operating system.
A set of expressions that are explicitly held together with parentheses. By making a set of expressions a group, you ensure that the group's expressions are treated as a single entity. Groups have a higher operator precedence than the logical operators ( AND, OR, and NOT). You can use groups to help make complex queries easier for you to read.
A usage statement element that defines the set of individuals, groups of individuals, or applications that can access specific PII data. See also usage statement, PII type, and purpose.
A mathematical system consisting of a set with an operation between elements of the set and the properties that the operation is associative (i. e. (ab)c = a(bc)), has an "identity element" (i. e. 1a = a for all a), and all elements have inverses (i. e. an a with aa = 1). Groups are used pervasively in mathematics, and they often express symmetry properties of other sets or objects.
A set of 50 Championship Freecell games. You can become a group leader or lieutenant by winning more games than anyone else within the group.
A field is an algebraic structure with one operator (commonly called multiplication (*)) which satisfies the following conditions: There is a distinguished unit element (commonly denoted 1, such that for any element we have *1=1*=. Any element has an inverse (denoted (-1)) such that = *(-1)=1. A group whose operation is also commutative (ie *=*) is called Abelian.
Group is the most fundamental and pervasive notion of the Higher or Abstract Algebra. It's a set on whose elements is defined a single operation. The group is called additive if the symbol for the operation is "+". It's multiplicative if the symbol "·" of multiplication is used instead. But any other symbol can be used as well. There is always a unique element (1, for multiplicative, and 0, for additive, groups) that leaves elements invariant (unchanged) under the defined operation, like a+0=a. Also, for every element a there exists a unique inverse b such that, for example, in the case of the additive symbol, a+b=0 and b+a=0. Most often, however, the inverse is denoted as a-1. Lastly, the group operation must be associative like in a·(b·c)=(a·b)·c. A group is commutative or Abelian if its operation is symmetric, like in a+b=b+a.
A collection of units, assemblies, sub-assemblies, and parts. It is a subdivision of a set or system but is not capable of performing a complete operational function.
A group is a set of records that are related to each other in some way. In a customer list, for example, a group could consist of all those customers living in the same Zip Code, or in the same Region. In a sales report, a group could consist of all the orders placed by the same customer, or all of the orders generated by a specific sales representative. Crystal Reports Info offers you a great deal of flexibility in the way you group the data on your report.
A group is a set of Info Servers (one or more) defined on the basis of location (the third floor group, the building 24 group, etc.), department (the Accounting group, the Marketing group, etc.) or some other logical set of criteria. It is not necessary to set up groups; they are simply an organizational tool you can use for directing jobs to a limited and specific set of Info Servers. An Info Server can be assigned to only one group. If that group has a parent group, however, the Info Server will be a part of that group as well. See also Class ( Info Server) definition.
In PeopleSoft Billing and Receivables, a posting entity that comprises one or more transactions (items, deposits, payments, transfers, matches, or write-offs). In PeopleSoft Human Resources Management and Supply Chain Management, any set of records that are associated under a single name or variable to run calculations in PeopleSoft business processes. In PeopleSoft Time and Labor, for example, employees are placed in groups for time reporting purposes.
A logical set of managed objects. Groups can be dynamic, static, or task-based.
A meld set composed of three or more cards of the same rank in any combination of suits.
A set of plates, either positive or negative, joined to a strap. Groups do not include separators.
A loosely connected set of blocks of the same color. See Section 3.2.8.
A set of items with one common attribute; for example, priority or status. Also, to group is to combine items with a common attribute under a shared heading in a table or on a timeline.
A group is a collection of individuals that are linked by some associational characteristic(s). In organizations, groups can include departments (Accounting, Marketing, etc.) as well as temporary sets of individuals (task forces, cross-department groups, etc.)
A group is a set of requests that you define used in the calculation of visit values.
A discrete sub-set of an archive e.g. the records of a department within an organisation or the papers of an individual within a family archive
This is a set of tracks on DVD-Audio.
A group is a logical grouping of assemblies with similar characteristics. All assemblies in a group have the same initial average enrichment, the same cycle/reactor history, the same current location, the same burnup, the same owner, and the same assembly type.
For ZENworks Linux Management services, a group is a set of individual client systems. Actions that can be performed on a single system can be performed on an entire group as well.
Set of tasks that can be used to organize MPI applications. Multiple groups are useful for solving problems in linear algebra and domain decomposition.
A Group is a set on which a binary add operation is defined. A non empty set X on which the binary add operation is defined is called a group, only if, the following 4 rules are satisfied (Schmidt; 1966): The product of any two elements of X itself belongs to X. The symbolic multiplication is associative; that is to say, for any three elements A,B,C belonging to X, (A*B)*C = A*(B*C). There exists an element I such that A*I =A for all members of the set X. There is an element I, satisfying requirement 3 such that for each A in X there exists an X in X with A*X = I.
A set of linked atoms in a molecule; a defined substructure. Typically, a set that is usefully regarded as a unit in chemical reactions of interest
Arbitrarily defined set of modules used for enhancing presentation of build cycle status pages, and structuring of package download sites.