An assemblage of objects arranged in regular subordination, or after some distinct method, usually logical or scientific; a complete whole of objects related by some common law, principle, or end; a complete exhibition of essential principles or facts, arranged in a rational dependence or connection; a regular union of principles or parts forming one entire thing; as, a system of philosophy; a system of government; a system of divinity; a system of botany or chemistry; a military system; the solar system.
Hence, the whole scheme of created things regarded as forming one complete plan of whole; the universe.
An assemblage of parts or organs, either in animal or plant, essential to the performance of some particular function or functions which as a rule are of greater complexity than those manifested by a single organ; as, the capillary system, the muscular system, the digestive system, etc.; hence, the whole body as a functional unity.
a topic area comprising many interrelated elements
orderly, interconnected parts. must be defined by a modifier ( e.g., endocrine system).
System can mean several things. It is often used to mean an operating system, or can be used to refer to a computer, its monitor, the software, and other peripherals that are packaged together in a bundle.
A combination of hardware, software, and peripheral devices that perform specific processing operations.
A system, as referred to in this web site, is a collection of software and hardware "elements or components" (e.g. code objects, web server) that are organized to make your web site/application work. Technical specification document A document outlining the technical requirements for the development of a software project. It includes both software standards such as which programming languages, and hardware standards such as server access speed.
In thermodynamics, that small portion of the universe in which we are interested.
The entire physical object(s) or area in which we are interested. Systems can be classified as open, closed, or isolated.
The portion of the universe chosen for study. There are three different types of systems: open, closed and isolated. Contrast with surroundings.
that part of the universe on which attention is to be focused
The operational means by which data is recorded. A system can be paper-based or computerised.
Physically connected generation, transmission, and distribution facilities operated as an integrated unit under one central management, or operating supervision.
Physically connected generation, transmission, and distribution facilities operating as a single unit.
The physically connected generation, transmission, distribution, and other facilities operated as an integral unit under one control, management, or operating supervision.
A working software-based product in a production environment.
A planned method in a controlled environment with enforced disciplines.
Used to describe the basic operating system environment of a Visitor, Browser, or Server.
a specific IT installation, with a particular purpose and operational environment.
A combination of generation transmission and distribution components comprising an electric utility or group of utilities.
Any group of components (functions, people, activities, events, and so on) that interface with and complement one another to achieve one or more predefined goals.
A 'system' is the term used to describe the boiler and all of the components required to provide your home with heating and hot water.
A number of components linked together Terms of Trade - Measure of the relative movement of export prices against those of import prices. They indicate whether a country is heavily reliant on imports or can generate income from exports
a combination of two or more simpler objects (such as two bottles)
A term referring to the lamp and ballast combination, and sometimes to the entire lighting delivery system including the fixture, the optics, the particular layout and the lighting controls.
A set of equipment or apparatus combined to perform a function within a carrier's telecommunications network (e.g., switching system).
A combination of equipment and/or controls, accessories, interconnecting means and terminal elements by which energy is transformed to perform a specific function, such as climate control, service water heating, or lighting.
A body or set of bodies that we choose to analyze as a group.
a group of devices forming a network or used for a common purpose.
a group of objects
a group of rock layers related in time and characteristics
A basic computing system including a monitor, a keyboard and mouse or trackpad, and a box that houses the computer's central processing unit CPU or microprocessor, memory RAM chips, disk drives, external ports, and video circuitry.
The computer and its associated devices and programs.
A computer and the devices (monitor, disk drives, keyboard,...) to which it is directly attached. See also Operating System.
The computer or device that you are monitoring Show related articles
The collection of staves which form a full score. See Score, n.
One line of music, whether a single stave in a solo score or 20 staves of an orchestral score.
A collection of services implementing a particular functionality. Synonymous with Distributed Application.
A collection of mutually incompatible programs. Return
One of two standard database administrator usernames automatically created with each database. (The other username is SYS.). The SYSTEM username is the preferred username for database administrators to use for database maintenance.
The system is the sum of the cooperating parts which make up a ShaRef installation. The system encompasses a server side as well as clients. The system maintains a database of a bibliography s as well as administrative data for user identification, authentication, and housekeeping.
A standard DBA username automatically created with each database. SYSTEM is created with an initial password of MANAGER. Username SYSTEM is the preferred username for DBAs to use for database maintenance.
SYSTEM is an Oracle username with default password of MANAGER. This user is normally used by DBA's for database maintenance. SYSTEM is the name of the first compulsory tablespace containing the Oracle data dictionary. An Application- or Computer System.
Either the set of rules that dictates how the players play or, sometimes, the organisation running some LARP.
A system is a set of rules for trading. A complete system will typically have: 1) some setup conditions; 2) an entry signal; 3) a worst-case disaster stop to preserve capital; 4) a profit taking exit; and 5) a position sizing algorithm.
a way of doing things. Fred designs many of our systems around the forms we are unwilling to experience – as a way for him to get CM to notice them. Willingness to experience our forms sets us free to design our systems in harmony with right livelihood.
A method of play or betting in baccarat
A method of betting that should favour the player.
A method of betting, usually mathematically based, used by a punter or bettor to try to get an advantage.
Set of rules and/or principles of a matter that describe or govern their behaviour and nature. The rules and principles and elements of a system typically are strongly inter-related.
the unification of related concepts, ideas, principles, and facts of a particular school of Martial Arts.
A set of MPAs connected by shared programmatic, administrative, or other organizing principles or purposes. A system of MPAs is not necessarily confined to a specific geographic area, such as a region or ecosystem.
To be defined
(of measure) an agreed system of measure in which units are defined and are in a fixed relationship to each other.
The general retirement system established by chapter 121, F.S., known as the Florida Retirement System or FRS, which includes both the defined benefit plan administered under part I and the defined contribution plan administered under part II.
Anything that has boundaries, receives inputs and processes them to produce outputs. For example, you: the boundary is your skin, you receive sensory and food inputs, and your outputs are whatever you do. There are also computer systems, energy systems, geophysical systems, mechanical systems, business systems, etc. See General Systems Theory.
An arbitrarily defined area or volume surrounded by a boundary and possessing specific inputs, outputs, and reactions.
A collection of component ideas, processes or objects which has an input and an output. See also: Feedback.
Generic name for a computer with connected equipment or for an online service or bulletin board.
The term “System” shall mean computer systems and communication equipment used for hosting Web Pages and providing Users access to such Web Pages through the Internet.
All equipment used to generate electricity whose output is metered at a single point.
The facilities serving a given area; sometimes refers to the power plants interconnected to serve the area.
Two or more units that are electrically or mechanically interconnected.
A collection of interconnected components that produces a response when acted upon by a stimulus.