a specialization of Participation that expresses an "is associated with" Fact between two or more Types. Ideally, this "association" is described using a verb phrase that expresses the particular nature of the association. It represents any type of participation (relationship) other than aggregation or role. See Chapter 4
A kind of relationship or link between classes. Associations are further documented by stereotypes + roles + multiplicities + constraints + descriptive names + aggregation indicators + navigability indicators. [ uml.coll0.gif ] [ uml.coll1.jpg ] [ uml.game.gif ] [ uml.association.gif ] [ uml.link.gif
The degree to which the occurrence of two variables or events is linked. Association describes a situation where the likelihood of one event occurring depends on the presence of another event or variable. However, an association between two variables does not necessarily imply a cause and effect relationship. The term association and relationship are often used interchangeably. See causal and temporal association.
Statistical relationship between two or more events, characteristics, or other variables Source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
A group of individuals who meet for a common purpose.
An unincorporated business that is not legally separate from the persons running the business.
a gathering for the purposes of building and sustaining working relationships or the organization that plans such an event, usually for a membership group and invitees having an interest in common, therefore, a special interest group in the latter case. The Network may be referred to as a virtual association (see its mission statement); also, it uses the term members in conjunction with the expression target user group but that has nothing to do with a membership as a group of association dues payers that make up an organizational body that excludes those who do not pay. are generally excluded from the publication of their names an addresses in an economic development directory for example definition of association defined
a grouping of individuals or companies that collectively serve the interests of their members that cannot be met effectively by individual action.
a business organization that encourages Blacks into professional occupations
a business organization that leads in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for the African-American community
a business organization which leads in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for the Black Community
a club organized and run by OCOB graduate students
a great way for students to get to know one another while in school and helps form friendships that extend far beyond the confines of the classroom
a means of identifying a set of exposures as belonging together and being, in some sense, dependent upon one another
an organization of adults banded together to sponsor and administer one or more non-school youth football teams
All the plants and animals that live together in a particular place. Associations are bound together by food webs and other interactions. The concept of â€œassociationâ€ implies that members come and go over time as conditions change. Compare with Community.
MasterCard International, Visa U.S.A. or Visa International, which are licensing regulatory agencies for bankcard activities.
a fellowship of business professionals that encourages its members to help and inspire others as they climb up the corporate ladder
A body made up of individual members come together for a common purpose: there are non-voluntary associations, such as nations whose citizens do not have free choice of membership; and there are voluntary associations, such as companies, trade unions, and clubs, in which the individuals have chosen to become members.
An organization owned by members, which services and obtains processing services for members and functions as a principal/proprietary member of VISA or MasterCard.
An association is defined as a climax community of which the dominant stratum has a qualitatively uniform floristic composition and which exhibits uniform structure as a whole. For each stratum, the association description of the vegetation type should include floristic information for the dominant and/or diagnostic species (maximum of 3 species per stratum) plus the structural formation (dominant growth form, cover, height are combined as per Table 4). A maximum of three strata (upper, mid and ground;Walker & Hopkins (1990)) are allowed and the dominant stratum is indicated by a plus symbol "+". NVIS Level V. Beadle and Costin, 1952 NVIS
For more information see Classification of Ecological Communities .
a collection of plants with ecologically similar requirements, including one or more dominant species from which the group derives a definite character.
(ecology) a group of organisms (plants and animals) that live together in a certain geographical region and constitute a community with a few dominant species
The mechanism by which two or more names may refer to the same entity. See also argument association, host association, pointer association, sequence association, storage association, and use association.
The relationship that allows an entity to be referenced by different names in one scoping unit or by the same or different names in more than one scoping unit. The principal kinds of association are argument association, host association, pointer association, storage association, and use association. See also argument association, host association, pointer association, storage association, and use association.
a legal entity and continues to exist even with changes of those in charge (the Board)
a separate legal entity from CGA Online
a center-point of opportunity and networking for the Jewish business community in the DC Metropolitan area
a community of like-minded professionals seeking personal growth in the ongoing endeavor to serve their clients to the highest level of human understanding
a formal expression of a community
a great way for you to get connected to your school, classmates, and the Michigan community
Mental connection, or that which is mentally linked or associated with a thing.
A mental connection of ideas, feelings or sensations; something linked in memory, thought or imagination with a thing or person; a connotation; the process of forming mental connections or bonds between sensations, ideas, memories, etc.
the state of being connected together as in memory or imagination; "his association of his father with being beaten was too strong to break"
the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination; "conditioning is a form of learning by association"
Also known as Pavlovian conditioning. A process by which a subject comes to respond in a desired manner to a previously neutral stimulus that has been repeatedly presented along with a stimulus that elicits the desired response. Most common Kappasinian association is conditioning the words "deep sleep" with the hypnotic state.
Ability to relate concepts presented through the senses (visual, auditory, tactile, or kinesthetic).
a much more vague concept, more impersonal, less intimate
a response to a certain stimulus
An EII referring to the occurrence of a particular object or feature in conjunction with others, such as the presence of raw materials at a manufacturing facility, or a parking lot at a store. atlas - A collection of maps in book form, often of a particular region. Sometimes the atlas is used as a starting point for general, small scale maps from which more detailed maps can be identified and located.
The observed connection between the occurrence of an inherited trait, and a particular gene or DNA marker. Association studies are used to pinpoint genes involved in multifactorial disorders, which are influenced by several genetic and non-genetic factors. A condition in which features appear together in patients more often than could be accounted for by chance, but not thought to be due to a single causative mechanism e.g. CHARGE association.
the occurrence together in one context of archaeological remains
The co-occurrence of an artifact other archaeological remains, usually, in the same matrix.
The act of associating, or state of being associated; union; connection, whether of persons of things.
An ISO term, synonymous with ``connection.''
An association is a typed connection between two reference s and/or shadow s. It is used in a reference rich text or associations field s to establish a typed connection to another reference or shadow. An association references an association definition and is represented by an xref element.
is the connecting of sensory impressions, moods or incidents with odors. A scent ha; the ability to bring a situation you have experienced from the deepest recesses of your mind, to the absolute forefront.
Union of persons in a company or society for some particular purpose; as, the American Association for the Advancement of Science; a benevolent association. Specifically, as among the Congregationalists, a society, consisting of a number of ministers, generally the pastors of neighboring churches, united for promoting the interests of religion and the harmony of the churches.
the first level of cooperation among Baptist churches in relatively small geographical regions (such as a county in areas with large Baptist population).
a creature of the churches, whose power is only self-government while together, and whose work, as to the churches, is to settle differences if possible, and that only by advice, without any kind of coercion
an independent body, not subject to the authority or control of the churches any more than the churches are subject to its authority and control
A function is said to be associated with the first object or location that is defined above it in the game file. An underscore and the label of the item it is associated with is appended to the function name specified in the code to form the function's full internal name.
a declarative mechanism to associate objects, and it is well known from analysis and design notations
a pair of associated objects, a key and a value
a partnership between two or more people (members) who wish to realize a certain objective
a network for MBA graduates, students and other Black Professionals
a resource for students who are either considering pursuing the dual degree or have already enrolled at both the business and law schools
a student organization formed to enhance and add value to the MBA experience
a true reflection of how the LGSB MBA's collaborative and diverse student body enhances each student's education
a conference held every two years in one of the participating countries
a logical connection/communication channel which is set up between the two application entities before any data is exchanged
a one-to-one correspondence between two items, such as a product and its price or a state and its capital
A logical link between two programmable devices over a network.
a (key, value) pair that implements the Comparable interface
an ordered pair comprised of a key and a value
a number for each pair of individuals in each sampling period
a pair of the form (i,x) , which defines the value of the array at index i to be x
a named link between an application and ICC
Describes the establishment and maintenance of the wireless link between devices. (If security is enabled, the devices cannot do anything but exchange security credentials with this link). (See authentication). close
Association is the process of creating dynamic links that the OS must go through in order for a program to execute, and resolves every intermodule reference. Details.
As related to the determination of "integrity" of a property, association refers to a link of a historic property with a historic event, activity or person. Also, the quality of integrity through which a historic property is linked to a particular past time and place.
A mental process involving the joining together of behaviors, affects, sensations, or knowledge that are normally dissociated in ordinary waking consciousness; unification and incorporation. The inhibition of normal subject/object ("self/not-self") differentiation; the perceptual/experiential incorporation of that which is generally agreed to be (part of) "not-self" into that which is generally agreed to be (part of) "self." See text, Chapter 10. See also, " Altered State of Consciousness," " consciousness," " dissociation," " hallucination," "hypnosis," "regression, " " State of Consciousness" and " Transpersonal Consciousness."
Association contrasts with dissociation. In dissociation, you see yourself "over there." Generally, dissociation removes emotion from the experience. When we are associated we experience all the information directly and therefore emotionally.
a term applied to the combination of molecules of a substance with one another to form more complex systems.[ See dissociation and dissociation constant.
Originally used by England's Football Association, the term is applied to the national governing body for soccer in a country. The word 'soccer' is taken from 'Association.'
A WSYSA recognized administrative organization grouped within various Districts. EYSA, LWYSA, NYSA, and SnVYSA are the District II defined Associations
An administrative portion of WSYSA District IV responsible for organizing the Youth soccer program in a specific geographic area within the District. KPYSA, NSYSA, and OYSA are District IV Associations.
Many file types are associated with a particular program. The program with which the file is associated will open any file of that type when it is double clicked. Microsoft Word, for instance, is usually associated with files having the extension ".doc".
in the Windows operating system, an association is defined through the registry, telling the Windows Shell to associate a particular program with a particular filename extension. Thus, for example NOTEPAD.EXE might be the default program to open .TXT documents, and one would use MONTAGE3.EXE to open .MO3 files ( montages). When Windows doesn't know what to associate with a given extension, it prompts you to point it to the right program. You can review and change associations through Window Explorer's Folder Options dialog.
Linking a document with the program that created it so that both can be opened with a single command. For example, double-clicking a DOC file opens Word for Windows and loads the selected document.