Definitions for "Attribute"
To ascribe; to consider (something) as due or appropriate (to); to refer, as an effect to a cause; to impute; to assign; to consider as belonging (to).
That which is attributed; a quality which is considered as belonging to, or inherent in, a person or thing; an essential or necessary property or characteristic.
a specialization of Fact that expresses a "has property of relationship between Terms, specifically an association between an entity type and a domain/abstract data type. For example, "a customer has a name." See Chapter 4
Keywords:  src, tag, img, sgml, html
From OWL Web Ontology Language Guide ( 2004-02-10) as in XML
A component of an XML or HTML element that provides additional information about a specific instance of the element. Th attributes you can use with any given element are predefined within a DTD. SRC = is an attribute of the IMG tag.
A data element described with a specific associated name-value pair. [ HTTP
A security aspect of a computer installation that must be protected. Security attributes studied in this specification include authenticity, confidentiality and integrity. See Security Attributes: Authenticity, Integrity, Confidentiality .
in Spinoza, one of the infinite aspects of Substance or reality, like extension (matter) or thought.
in Spinozistic philosophy (Benedict Spinoza, 1632-1677), one of the infinite aspects of Reality, such as matter or thought.
A characteristic of a file or directory. Attributes determine the visibility of files and directories and whether or not they can be deleted or modified. Attributes include hidden, read-only and archive. For Bluetooth, a Bluetooth service is described by a service record, consisting of a list of service attributes. Each attribute has an ID, a type, and a value. See also: entry  hidden  archive  read-only
The permissions that you set on a file to allow others certain rights, ie. .cgi or .pl files . This usually consists of the; Read - Write and - Execute variables for; Groups - Owners and - Public, in your telnet or FTP upload session.
A property, or indication of a property, of a file which may be set (present) or cleared (absent). Most attributes can be changed, but some cannot. The standard modifiable attributes are Read-Only, Hidden, System, and Archive. Unmodifiable attributes include Directory and Volume Label.
Keywords:  predefines, hasnt, uml, aaa, factual
An attribute is a boolean value, or flag, that can be set on or off (using the commands has or hasnt) for any given item.
The label, value, formula, or function stored in a cell. Displaying a spreadsheet in attribute format is useful for double-checking relationships among cells.
in the context of graphics, a value that affects the window, drawing, and text written to the window.
Keywords:  brg, nimbleness, vit, str, stamina
A quality of a character representing general abilities in mental or physical feats.
The three major indicators of what characters are capable of. The attributes are Strength, Stamina, and Spirit. Attribute Point - Points used to increase one's attribute scores. Usually gained through leveling.
One of six innate character qualities: Bearing (Brg), Nimbleness (Nim), Perception (Per), Strength (Str), Vitality (Vit), and Wits (Wit).
Attributes define variables that act as information placeholders that can be referenced throughout the application to provide dynamic behavior. Using Attributes in DataSplice
One of the 7 basic fields of talent, skill, or ability used to define wrestlers in the RingMaster system, and assigned a numeric rating between 25 and 80; starting Attribute ratings are always divisible by 5.
Attributes are associated with artifact types within projects and are used to define artifacts.
A descriptor applied to a search term that specifies how the term is to be treated when used for searching a target database (eg personal name or corporate name). Attributes are collected into sets and registered by the Z39.50 Maintenance Agency. BIB-1 was originally the only attribute set (designed specifically for searching databases of bibliographic records), but there are now also others.
see descriptor
A means of characterizing data on a display device (e.g. intensifying, blinking).
A data field or property that represents information about a Classifier.
Qualitive data which can be counted or classified in some useful way but which does not include measurement. ie the number of dirty specks within a square centimetre of tonal area.
The Attribute is a particular quality of being which manifest in a certain but undefined form; like the Cosmic Cause which has seven attributes of which the seventh is is the attribute of Justice (see page 6 and 7 of the Tradition Cosmique).
In the FLA Standards for Electronically Delivered Staff Development separate items within each set of standards are referred to as attributes each of which describes a desired quality in a staff development product. Close
A conventional symbol of office, character, or identity, added to any particular figure; as, a club is the attribute of Hercules.
A symbol that is associated with a saint or god which means that the symbol represents the person.
An item associated with a deity, which serves to identify him and to symbolize some aspect of his power.
An occurrence that can be detected and reported by Hekimian's 3246 T1 Line Performance Monitor (TLPM) or 3248 T1 Service Performance Monitor (TSPM).
Quality, etc., denoted by an attributive; an attributive adjunct or adjective.
A noun for which adjectives express values. Ex: The noun weight is an attribute, for which the adjectives light and heavy express values.
One of a number of fields used to describe an account. These fields may be used for reporting. Examples include: department number, responsible person name, and award sponsor.
Attribute, in the context of Shibboleth, is the term used to describe a piece of information about a user. Attributes are exchanged between the Service and Identity providers based on pre-agreed attribute release policies. In order to standardise interaction between institutions, a number of attribute schemas are being developed or considered for the UK. An example of an existing schema is the eduPerson schema. See also eduPerson, Identity Provider, Service Provider.
An attribute is an overall category to describe environmental performance and it can consist of a number of factors.
Keywords:  reputation
A singly-dimensioned datum of any type that is assigned to a resource list using the '.' operator. An attribute contains descriptive information.
A fact describing each position of a dimension.
See 2K Attribute Card and Socket Services Card and Socket Services are the software determining how cards operate. Socket Services is Firmware or BIOS-level driver set handling the physical operation of the sockets. Socket Services is platform specific, determining the number of sockets available, notifies the hardware drivers when cards are inserted or removed, makes cards accessible to system software drivers, and handles other functions. Card Services coordinates system interrupts and memory access and also handles host specified power management tasks. When correctly implemented, Card Services prevents direct interaction between a card's drivers and the system or system services. Since Card Services software is operating system specific, it deals with a specific bus structure and the peripherals on that bus.
a description of: a capability of a print service, a charactaristic of a doc, an instruction for processing a doc or an entire print job, or the state of a print job or printer.
e.g. Strength, Constitution, Dexterity, Intelligence, etc.
Keywords:  oma, cpu, ram, type, synonym
A named property of a type. Synonym: attribute [OMA].
Data associated with a component. For example, a server component might have attributes such as host name, IP address, operating system type, operating system version, number of CPUs, CPU speed, type of RAM, number of hard drives, network domain, and so on.
See Activity Attribute, Item Type Attribute, or Message Attribute.
to acknowledge (in writing) that a piece of work or an idea is the work of someone else; if you attribute the sources, you can avoid plagiarism
A property given to a target that causes PMake to treat it differently.
Keywords:  font, size, item, color, feature
(K) A common feature (size, shape, color, number of parts, and so on) of items in a set.
The color, font, size, etc. of a certain item. The color of a Web page is one of its attributes.
In OO development, a knowledge responsibility property is usually referred to as a an attribute in order to contrast it with behavior responsibility properties. (See category on what OO is all about.)
Provides more information about the address, such as what page of the site is displayed.
Keywords:  programming, based
attribute-based programming