Definitions for "aggregate "
A mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles; -- in distinction from a compound, formed by the union of heterogeneous particles.
The major component of plaster, composed of sand, marble dust, pebbles and other solid material.
Sand or stone chippings mixed with cement and water to make concrete, or added to paint to give a textured finish. Also used in the construction of Soakaways.
Keywords:  cluster, clods, cohering, crumbs, clump
To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum. "The aggregated soil."
Formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; collective.
Formed into clusters or groups of lobules; as, aggregate glands.
Keywords:  khandha, cetana, intention, see
See khandha.
khandha intention - cetana
Keywords:  golfer, score, raters, round, golf
scoring a session by adding the raw (duplicate bridge) scores of individual deals; sometimes "total-point scoring."
Aggregate means a score achieved by two or more players playing as a team. It also means a score made by one golfer over more than one round of golf.
To combine the scores of certain groups of students, such as students with disabilities, with the scores of the rest of the students when reporting large-scale assessment results.
Keywords:  constructors, array, adj, union, layout
an array or a class (clause class ) with no user-declared constructors ( class
(1.) An array, structure, or union. (2.) In programming languages, a structured collection of data objects for a data type. (3.) A transmitted carrier signal that consists of the 12 single-side bands being sent over the transmission circuit.
(1) An array or a structure. (2) A compile-time option to show the layout of a structure or union in the listing. (3) An array or a class object with no private or protected members, no constructors, no base classes, and no virtual functions. (4) In programming languages, a structured collection of data items that form a data type. .
Keywords:  summarizes, vsam, lds, linear, quarter
a calculation that summarizes the data in a set of records
a pre-joined but not summarized data set
a Virtual Storage Access Method Linear Data Set (VSAM LDS)
Composed of several florets within a common involucre, as in the daisy; or of several carpels formed from one flower, as in the raspberry.
Keywords:  dscp, unordered, sixty, rss, collected
a collection of elements of similar type
a collection of RSS feeds that are available to be streamed to your web site
a collection of the specific economics units which are treated as if they were one unit
an object that can automatically perform simple descriptive statistical calculations across one or more records in a ClientDataSet
Refers to data that is linked without revealing information that identifies an individual. The statistic "70% of users of this Web site live in New York City" is an example of aggregated information.
Refers to data that is combined together without releasing personally identifiable information. The statistic "70% of users of this Web site live in New York City" is an example of aggregated information.
A total amount. The Education Finance Partners Private Loan has no aggregate loan limit, meaning a borrower can receive up to the total cost of education minus any financial aid.
Cumulative. An aggregate limit of $1 million means that coverage ceases when the total of all claims for the year reaches $1 million.
A group of multiple individual owner accounts reported in one lump sum total. Please include an electronic copy of the aggregate detail (names, addresses, SSNs, and amounts) with your report. Paper copies are acceptable when electronic copies are unavailable.
aggregate takes a list of prefixes in conventional format on stdin, and performs two optimisations to reduce the length of the prefix list. It removes any supplied prefixes which are supurfluous because they are already included in another supplied prefix (e.g.,
An aggregate is an arrangement of components and connectors into a graph structure. Formally, an aggregate is defined by a set of components, a set of connectors, and a set of attachments from ports of the components to roles of the connectors. An aggregate representation is a representation of a component or connector by an aggregate sub-architecture. In addition to the elements that an aggregate has, an aggregate representation also has a set of bindings from ports and roles inside the aggregate to ports and roles on the element that the aggregate representation represents.
a logical group of Isolates that share the runtime executable bytecodes and the class representation of all the classes within
The maximum limit available for the policy period. No additional coverage is afforded by the policy once this aggregate is met.
A limit in an insurance policy stipulating the most it will pay for all covered losses sustained during a specified period of time, usually one year.
The maximum limit of liability the company is obligated to pay for all claims or on a single project within a specific time period, usually one policy year.
Group of populations which make up a stock for management purposes.
A group of persons that have certain traits or characteristics in common without necessarily having any direct social connection with one another. For example, "all female physicians" is an aggregate; so is "all European cities with populations over 20,000." Gross National Income is an aggregation of data about individual incomes.
(noun) A total created from smaller units. For instance, the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc. that comprise the county. (verb) To total data from smaller units into a large unit. Example: "The Census Bureau aggregates data to preserve the confidentiality of individuals." Aggregate Data
Fluid mixture of concentrated solids to be filtered.
A mechanical mixture of two or more phases or substances.
a cohesionado solid
a summary field-a subtotal or other summation of your data
In general, all functioning things are aggregates because they are an aggregation of their parts. In particular, a person of the desire realm or form realm has five aggregates: the aggregates of form, feeling, discrimination, compositional factors, and consciousness. A being of the formless realm lacks the aggregate of form but has the other four. A person's form aggregate is his or her body. The remaining four aggregates are aspects of his mind. See also Contaminated aggregate. See Heart of Wisdom.
Having the several component parts adherent to each other only to such a degree as to be separable by mechanical means.
a data component with one or more distinct subcomponents
Keywords:  zfs, container, file, systems
a container of zFS file systems
A group. In this product a group of four ports makes one link aggregate. There can be 50 link aggregates per computer.
a group of numeric literals, although enumeration values could also be included, that are used in many places in Ada
A group of crystals of the same or of different kinds
a parenthesized list of values, one value for each element of the composite
The evaluation of an aggregate yields a value of a composite type. The value is specified by giving the value of each of the components. Either positional association or named association may be used to indicate which value is associated with which component.
Keywords:  bushels, hundred, ten, five, loads
To amount in the aggregate to; as, ten loads, aggregating five hundred bushels.
The act of calculating values associated with parent positions in the hierarchical dimensions. This consolidation may be by addition, averaging or by other more complex processes like second strongest value.
Keywords:  scalar, query, set, converts, returns
a function that returns information about a set of query results
an operation that converts a set into a scalar
When referring to a family deductible or out-of-pocket maximum, aggregate implies that the family charges may total up to the maximum, as long as one member meets the individual amount.
Type of relationship that implies ownership.
There are two kinds of aggregates, namely model fragments and scenarios. Aggregates are complex model constituents, as they consist of multiple model ingredients.
the whole amount
Information considered as a whole or in groups. Compiled information that does not disclose individual identity.
A fairly random association of animals with little or no internal organization;
The sum of the values for each of the elements in the universe. For example, aggregate household income is the sum of the income of all households in a given geographic area. Aggregates are frequently used in computing mean values (mean equals aggregate divided by universe count). Related terms: Universe, Mean
Keywords:  feed, answer, rows, input, function
a function that you feed all the input rows to, one at a time, and then it produces the answer
a set of persons with common characteristics who may not experience face-to-face communication
Keywords:  add, association, unite, person
To add or unite, as, a person, to an association.
Keywords:  union, represented, object, own
a union of several objects, and such an union can often be represented by an object of its own
Keywords:  below, combined, ways, act, data
The act of aggregation (see below) in which data is combined in various ways.
Keywords:  association, specific, type
a more specific type of association