Definitions for "Browse"
Keywords:  twig, deer, woody, elk, shrub
The tender branches or twigs of trees and shrubs, fit for the food of cattle and other animals; green food.
To eat or nibble off, as the tender branches of trees, shrubs, etc.; -- said of cattle, sheep, deer, and some other animals.
To feed on, as pasture; to pasture on; to graze.
Keywords:  surf, wander, cruise, shelf, look
To look at a series of electronic documents on a computer screen by means of a browser{2}.
v. To look at records in a file.
Browsing commonly refers to the act of viewing webpages or websites online (also known as "surfing the web"), or files and folders on a local computer.
To look casually through (a book, books, or a set of documents), reading those parts which arouse one's interest. Contrasted with scan, in which one typically is searching for something specific.
To search through a group of items to find something, not previously specified, which may be of interest.
A method to search for publications, advertiser auctions and publication offers on the Mediabids site that will yield broad results.
Keywords:  queue, mqget, mqseries, queuing, copy
In MQSeries message queueing, to copy a message without removing it from the queue. See also get.
In message queuing, to use the MQGET call to copy a message without removing it from the queue. See also get.
To browse is to examine pages on the World Wide Web using a software application such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
Term for exploring the Internet with a specific topic in mind, but not a specific destination.
You get access to the WWW through an application called a "browser", like Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. To "browse" is to search the WWW for information.
(v.) To view the contents of a database or list of files without editing the information.
To view and possibly edit a file of data on screen similar to handling text in a word processing document.
to view the components of a structure through a user interface that allows easy navigation through the links connecting objects in the structure.
A representation of a dataset or data granule used to pre-screen data as an aid to selection prior to ordering. A data set, typically of limited size and resolution, created to rapidly provide an understanding of the type and quality of available full resolution data sets. It may also enable the selection of intervals for further processing or analysis of physical events. For example, a browse image might be a reduced resolution version of a single channel from a multi-channel instrument. Note: Full resolution data sets may be browsed. Source: SPSO, ESADS.
Uncalibrated reduced resolution image product
To browse is to view a series of webpages over the World Wide Web. Practically everyone who uses the Internet browses on a regular basis, using Hypertext Links in order to find their way around. Back to top
one of two fundamental method of finding info on the Web; process of following a hypertext trail of links; like going to the shelves in your library and "skimming" titles for a book; easy, intuitive (19)
To move around the web and individual web sites using a browser.
This is used to mean the playback of MPEG-1 data on a client PC from a SpectreView Server.
To randomly peruse the contents of a collection of books or documents.
Keywords:  sysout, review, changes, sets, making
review sysout data sets without making any changes to them
reading superficially or at random
Keywords:  edible, young, eyes, animal
an edible in the eyes of a young animal
The process of examining the records in a database for the purpose of modifying data in various fields.
Keywords:  content
Keywords:  links, move, options, page, another
To go through options or move from one page to another using links.
Keywords:  importing, locate, site, file, computer
locate file on your computer for importing to site.