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.
In the context of stereochemistry, the term is restricted to the arrangements of atoms of a molecular entity in space that distinguishes stereoisomers, the isomerism between which is not due to conformational differences.
for an interferometer telescope, a arrangement of the antennas. For instance, the BIMA Array has three standard arrangements for its six movable antennas: a compact configuration (with the antennas close together), an intermediate configuration, and an extended configuration (with the antennas spread far apart from each other). The compact configuration gives the lowest resolution, and the extended configuration gives the highest. (See also text in Baselines.)
the way something is arranged in parts With that configuration and structure, the robot could carry out a variety of task configurative (adj)
an arrangement of parts or elements; "the outcome depends on the configuration of influences at the time"
A fully internationalized Java API for configuration information, enabling clients to access configuration information from the file system and centralized storage, in a configurable, flexible fashion.
A small set of APIs that define the basic functionality that a class of device is expected to support. Configurations are not used alone, but instead provide a foundation that profiles are built on.
The combination of package or class editions that make up a particular edition of a project or package, respectively. Project and package configurations are updated when a package or class is created, released, or deleted.
a class of information appliance
The combination of long-distance services and/or equipment that make up a communications system.
The interconnection and programming of independent machines or equipment to operate as a system.
See system configuration.
The equipment (disk, diskette, terminal, printers, etcâ€¦) which makes up a particular system.
a collection of deployed GBeans
a collection of repository object versions that are related in some way that is significant to an application
a collection of rules that can be saved and loaded for later use
a logically grouped collection of one or more GBeans and a classloader
Relative position or aspect of the planets; the face of the horoscope, according to the relative positions of the planets at any time.
(of the planets) the positions of the planets relative to the Earth-Sun line (see also elongation).
An aspect involving three or more planets.
An aspect which has three or more planets.
The selected parameters that determine the operating characteristics of an electronic device.
(n.) A particular selection of the types of processes that could make up a parallel program. Configuration is trivial in the SPMD model, in which every processor runs a single identical process, but can be complicated in the general MIMD case, particularly if user-level processes rely on libraries that may themselves require extra processes. See also mapping.
a doddle, select the mode and then enter your own username and password as supplied by your ISP
a user's selected options for an application
A combination of products and/or services specified in Chapter 3 of this RFT and for which the Library is seeking offers including detailed descriptions and full costing information
Is often contrasted with interpretation, the major activity in understanding narrative, by the ludologists. Configurative practice considers the dominant user function in games should be, according to Eskelinen, the "gaming situation as a combination of ends, means, rules, equipment, and manipulative action."
(1) The performance, functional, and physical attributes of an existing or planned product, or a combination of products. (2) One of a series of sequentially created variations of a product.
Build configuration information used by the CBM. A configuration combines the information in a build profile and an environment profile and may specify additional compile and link options.
See instance configuration and item configuration.
Configurations are used to model relations between instances of entities and agents. Configurations are sometimes referred to as structural relations.
a named set of concept instance versions, with the special property that each concept instance will be represented by at most one concept instance version
a collection of blocks and XSL stylesheets associated with a template
an object that stores your common (application level) settings and defines certain variables that you want to be available in all templates
a template for an actual event
Refers to the technical specifications of the computer to be used for the digital signage application. These specifications typically include processor speed, the amount of RAM, hard drive space, and the type of video card in the machine.
functional and physical characteristics of a product as defined in technical documents and achieved in the product. Note: in a project this should contain all items that can be identified as being relevant to the project and that should only be modified after authorisation by the relevant manager (This includes documentation).
A Configuration is the complete technical description required to build, test, accept, install, operate, maintain and support a system. It includes all documentation pertaining to the system as well as the system itself.