Definitions for "Characteristics"
Lines or surfaces associated with a partial differential equation, or with a set of such equations, which are at all points tangent to characteristic directions, determined by certain specified linear combinations of the equations. The use of these lines or surfaces may facilitate the solution of the equations and is known as the method of characteristics. The method has been particularly successful, for example, in the problem of finite-amplitude expansion and shock waves, and the analogy between certain of these flows and a traveling disturbance on an inversion has been studied by meteorologists. Courant, R., and K. O. Friedrichs, 1948: Supersonic Flows and Shock Waves, ch. 2 Freeman, J. C., 1951: Compendium of Meteorology, 421–433.
(n.) property of a procedure, its classification as a function or subroutine, the characteristics of its dummy arguments, and the characteristics of its function result if it is a function. of a dummy argument, whether it is a data object, is a procedure, or has the OPTIONAL attribute. of a data object, its type, type parameters shape, the exact dependence of an array bound or the character length on other entities, intent, whether it is OPTIONAL, whether it is a pointer or a target, and whether the shape, size or character length is assumed. of a dummy procedure, whether the interface is explicit, its characteristics as a procedure if the interface is explicit, and whether it is optional. of a function result, its type, type parameters, whether it is a pointer, rank if it is a pointer, shape if it is not a pointer, the exact dependence of an array bound or the charater length on other entities, and whether the character length is assumed.
Functionality within the USB device that is not changeable by the host software.
The identifying elements of a piece of hardware or software; for example, MSWord can process words, format documents for online use, produce diagrams; Realplayer can play mpeg files.
Keywords:  rcra, corrosive, ignites, epa, reacts
EPA has identified four characteristics of hazardous waste: how easily the waste ignites, how corrosive it is, how it reacts with other substances, and how toxic it is to people and the environment. Any solid waste that has at least one of these characteristics may be classified as hazardous under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), depending on how the waste is produced and how much is generated.
Features defined by a standard of points that are used to judge a cat.
General features caused by unidentified complexes of genes including but not limited to freeze tolerance, cold tolerance, regional adaptability, winter hardiness, early maturation and flavor.
Features that distinguish people or places from others.
Information about trainees' gender, ethnicity, age and disability
a certain trait or quality a person/thing has
qualities; properties
Keywords:  delay, slide, photos, size, per
refers to the show size, slide delay and photos per page settings when creating a show.
the physical properties of a particular material; e.g. its hardness, strength and stiffness Charge is gaining electrons (-ve charge) or losing electrons (+ve charge) from an atom of material.
Sellers accept reasonable offers Homes sell within an acceptable time period Prices generally stable