Definitions for "BOUNDARY"
In political geography, an imaginary line between two nations, separating the imaginary rights of one from the imaginary rights of the other.
That which indicates or fixes a limit or extent, or marks a bound, as of a territory; a bounding or separating line; a real or imaginary limit.
A separation, natural or artificial, which marks the division of two contiguous properties.
Keywords:  westland, gmap, bandakar, d'hara, zedd
In thermodynamics, the boundary separates the system from its surroundings.
Boundary - A specific point in a specific sequence of stratified rock that serves to separate time units, for example, the Pennsylvanian-Permian boundary.
Areas conjured by Zedd where a section of the Underworld also exists in the world of life simultaneously. The Boundaries are invisible unless contacted, when they give off a green glow. One Boundary separated Westland from The Midlands and one separated The Midlands from D'Hara. Another boundary separated the land of Bandakar from the rest of the world. To enter any of the boundaries meant certain death.
The Boundary is a fictional location in the Sword of Truth fantasy series by Terry Goodkind.
The project boundary encompasses all anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks of greenhouse gases under the control of the project proponents that are significant and reasonably attributable to the project activity.
a closed polyline representing interior or exterior solid material
The boundary of a set is the set's closure minus its interior.
Border line or exterior of a described parcel.
the border of a region The above box has one boundary that runs along all four sides.
The line that divides or acts as a legal border between adjacent properties.
A division between two regions. Physicists frequently analyze only a part of a larger system, so that they do not need to keep track of everything. This usually simplifies the analysis, but requires an understanding of what happens at the boundary. Interesting computer simulations usually require a boundary.
A division between units of a language, such as between words, word parts, or syllables.
an anachronistic concept that has no meaning in advanced telecommunications
a mental "no trespassing" sign, so to speak, telling us not to enter a certain area
a collection of all of the unobserved relationships in a system being observed, which identifies it as a whole or an entity
The boundary of a geometry is the collection of the outermost points.
Keywords:  phenomenon, opposition
a phenomenon of opposition
Keywords:  invoke, beneath, frames, feature, word
The word "BOUNDARY" is placed beneath the feature control frames to invoke a boundary control.
a rule that you make that can't be crossed by another person without consequence
In the mathematical sense used in a number of models at this site, a boundary is a frequency above or below which selection forces change from favoring some trait to favoring an alternative.
Keywords:  spatial, guide, book, search, user
(Spatial User's Guide and Reference; search in this book)
Keywords:  byte, end, string, memory, block
a location between user characters, words, or at the start or end of a string
As in "4K boundary." This is the end of a block of memory. For example, a 1K boundary would be the end of 1024 byte block.
Keywords:  sectors, point, two, dividing, passes
a point at which information passes between two different systems
A boundary is the dividing point between two performance sectors.
a personally initiated and maintained dynamic that protects the well-being and integrity of the True Self
The boundary for a sustainability report refers to the range of entities’ performance that is covered in the organization’s sustainability report.
Keywords:  let, treat, rule, you, others
a rule you have for how you will let others treat you