Volume is the number of contracts, shares or any other unit of trade in a security...
The quantity of trading in a market or security. It can be measured by dollars or units traded (i.e. number of contracts for options, or number of shares for stocks).
The number of shares that have been traded in any defined period. It can give some indication of the validity of associated price movements. If only a few shares are traded a sharp price movement may not be very meaningful. Heavy trading in a share may signify a major development.
in business, the amount of trade done in a certain period.
A logical unit representing all the data on one side of a disc.
For AdvFS, anything that behaves like a UNIX block device. This can be a disk, disk partition, or logical volume.
1. A hard disk drive, floppy diskette, CD-ROM, or other storage device or piece of storage media. 2. The level of your audio track. Go back to the top of the page
The disk space identified by a common serial number and accessed by any of a set of related addresses. See also device.
Dimensions; compass; space occupied, as measured by cubic units, that is, cubic inches, feet, yards, etc.; mass; bulk; as, the volume of an elephant's body; a volume of gas.
the measure of the amount of space a three dimensional figure takes up or occupies expressed in terms of some cubic unit such as cubic inches, cubic centimeters, etc.
The amount of space occupied by a three dimensional solid or gas, measured in cubic units like cubic feet or cubic centimeters.
The amount of space occupied in three dimensions. A quantity, bulk, or amount.
Hence, a collection of printed sheets bound together, whether containing a single work, or a part of a work, or more than one work; a book; a tome; especially, that part of an extended work which is bound up together in one cover; as, a work in four volumes.
A volume consists of several issues of a periodical (or set of books). Journal issues may come as one item, or as several over the course of a year. Issues may be bound together in one or more volumes. A journal may also publish more than one volume per year. The New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA ( Journal of the American Medical Association) come out in two volumes each year.
The collective issues of a periodical that constitute the whole or a consecutive part of a definite publishing period, either bound or unbound.
Physically, a volume is a gathering of pages bound together in the form of a book. Numerically, a volume is a full set of issues (numbers) which comprises a SERIAL volume bound together. CITATIONS to periodicals use the term in the numerical sense to indicate issues published during a given year.
This is how loud the sound is.
The intensity or loudness of sound. SPL VU (volume unit) A unit for expressing the audio frequency power level of a complex electronic waveform such as that corresponding to speech or music. Zero (0) VU is referenced to 1 milliwatt of power.
Literally, the amount of something. In audio, usually reffering to the voltage level of an audio signal or the SPL of sound.
Electrical or sound level in an audio system. Perhaps the only thing that some bands have too much of.
A dismountable CD-ROM disc. A mountable sector address space consisting of a single set of sector addresses, usually as a continuous sequence of sectors, and containing one or more directory hierarchies.
An individual cartridge or reel of tape used in backup operations. Often the data does not fit on one volume. In that case multiple cartridges or reels are used.
a discrete interconstruct such as a unit of dismountable media or a single on-line session
a single physical tape (or possibly a single file) on which Bacula will write your backup data
a relative amount; "mix one volume of the solution with ten volumes of water"
a manageable amount of file data which is a very natural unit from the perspective of system administration and has proven to be quite flexible
The amount of water in the lake at the head level, usually measured in acre-feet.
the amount of products or services sold over time.
Work published with its own title page and contained in covers.
a container into which applications, databases, and file systems store data
a container, in VERITAS
a Digital UNIX special device that contains data used by a UNIX file system, a database, or other application
Amount, fullness, quantity, or caliber of voice or tone.
The estimated or measured quantity of wood in a log or tree, commonly expressed in m³.
An amount or quantity of business. Walk In, Walk Out (WIWO) An expression normally used in its abbreviated form, regarding a business for sale. It indicates that the business is for sale as a going concern and may be purchased without interruption to trading.
Refers to the quantity of exercise in a workout rather than the intensity. Volume and intensity are inversely proportional.
The highest level in the file system hierarchy (similar to a DOS root directory). It contains directories and files. Each NetWare server has at least one volume, SYS, which contains all of the NetWare files and utilities. You can have additional volumes on a server if you want; in fact, a NetWare server can have up to 64 volumes.
a collection of directories and files
a collection of files and directories that are grouped together and given a name
in a defined forest area. The timber volume being assessed should be defined, such as gross commercial volume poles, sawlogs, chipwood or some other criteria. Each product has market specifications by which the assessment is made. The timber volume of an individual log standing as a tree can be calculated from measurements of the diameter at breast height over bark (DBHOB) of the tree, the length of the log in the tree, and by applying a taper function for that particular timber species.
The amount of water contained in a pond or water feature, usually measured in litres. Multiply length x width x depth in metres and multiply the result by 1000 to give the volume in litres. For more accurate pond volume calculation information Chart
the size, or amount of material, an FIBC can hold measured as the length times width times height for a sewn bag, but is a more complicated calculation for a tubular bag. The perimeter of the base is considered to be the circumference of a circle, from which the area is then calculated. This area is then multiplied by the height minus 4 inches to calculate the volume. This adjustment is made to account for the fact that a bag will tend to 'swell' outwards and 'shrink' in height somewhat when filled.
Capacity; the amount of water expressed in gallons or liters that a pool/spa will hold.
Used to describe overall capacity of a given hull shape.
Referred to as "Displacement" and also as "Capacity" (1) The amount of water displaced by a model of a bottle. Volume is used to estimate its capacity. (2) The amount of product a bottle is designed to hold, i.e., up to the fill point of the bottle. (3) The overflow capacity, i.e. the amount of product a bottle will hold when filled to overflowing.
the property of something that is great in magnitude; "it is cheaper to buy it in bulk"; "he received a mass of correspondence"; "the volume of exports"
An object's bulk or mass.
The weight or mass of an object.