Definitions for "Connectivity"
Pertains to the degree to which hardware devices, software, and databases can be functionally linked to one another.
(of habitats) The linkage of similar but separated vegetation stands by corridors of like vegetation. We often use this term to see if old-growth forests are connected to each other, allowing larger species gene pools, or are fragmented into islands by clear cuts.
The degree to which patches of habitat are linked to one another, allowing organisms to travel between the patches.
Software used to link personal computers to create a local area network (LAN).
The ability to locate a path through a network from a source to a destination. Also a topological construct.
In networking, the degree to which any given computer or application program can cooperate with other network components, either hardware or software, purchased from other vendors.
Keywords:  neighbours, conect, hin, pdb, covalent
Information on the covalent bonding of an atom to each of its neighbours. PDB files can include this information in CONECT records. HIN files have this information at the end of Atom records.
The relation of an agent to its neighbours, it can be sparsely connected (only affected by a few neighbours), fully connected (interfacing with every other agent in the system) or some intermediate arrangement. This parameter critically affects the dynamics of the system.
Keywords:  schematic, cellview, pcb, cad, pins
The intelligence inherent in PCB CAD software which maintains the correct connections between pins of components as defined by the schematic.
The way in which components and pins are linked together in an unambiguous manner. The connectivity in a schematic is represented by wires linking the component pins to other component pins. Connectivity can also be represented by pins of the common name (connection by name). The connectivity of a cellview is created by either the Design - Check and Save command or the Check - Current Cellview command.
Keywords:  usb, camera, peripheral, serial, cradle
Your digital camera can connect to your computer using a USB cable, a serial connection or a card reader.
defines how a digital camera can be connected to other devices
How the peripheral plugs into to the PC. There are many types: parallel, IDE (Intelligent Device Electronics), SCSI (Small Computer System Interface), USB (Universal Serial Bus) and wireless. Be sure to make sure the peripheral and your PC are compatible.
Defines the reachability of nodes in a graph. A node is said to be reachable from another one, when there is a path of edges between them. The edges in the path are interpreted undirected.
The ease of travel between two points. The degree to which streets or areas are interconnected and easily accessible to one another. An example of high connectivity would be a dense grid pattern in a downtown area.
The state of being interconnected.
Connectionism is the way of cognitive scientists, connectivism is the way of the technoetic artist. They converge where the artificial collaborates with the natural in a new synthesis of being.
Computerized or human networks that allow/enable collaboration. For example, it would be impossible for a Japanese firm to collaborate with an American firm unless some type of connectivity enabled this collaboration.  This connectivity would involve the elimination of both language and location barriers.  Examples of connectivity solutions are the U.S. Postal Service and the Internet; on a smaller scale, a user group or a club.  Ultimately, these two physical enablers allow sharing. Knowledge Collaboration – Cooperative knowledge working from the perspective of any of other knowledge interactions: Memory and Recollection Learning and Ignorance Instruction and Exposure Knowledge Compilation Knowledge Creation Questions and Anti-KnowledgeTM Language Design Collaboration, Sharing and Connectivity Expression and Non-expression Common Sense
The enormous changes being brought on by the information revolution, including the emerging financial, technological, and logistical architecture of the global economy (i.e., the movement of money, services accompanied by content, and people and materials). During the boom times of the 1990s, many thought that advances in communications such as the Internet and mobile phones would trump all, erasing the business cycle, erasing national borders, erasing the very utility of the state in managing a global security order that seemed more virtual than real, but 9/11 proved differently. That connectivity, while a profoundly transforming force, could not by itself maintain global security, primarily because a substantial rise in connectivity between any nation and the outside world typically leads to a host of tumultuous reactions, including heightened nationalism.
Connectivity: the extent to which the sidewalks and paths in an area connect to each other and to desirable destinations such as office buildings, stores, parks, trails, etc. at convenient distances and without encountering major hazards (such as a busy street with no crosswalk); typically streets with short block lengths connected in a grid pattern have higher connectivity than areas with cul-de-sacs and long block lengths.
Maximising connections with surrounding streets and activities. Also refers to streets being connected (eg a grid pattern) to increase the choice of routes available.
Keywords:  conxion, catv, redial, isp, adsl
The access method through which one is connected to the Internet. Connectivity choices are increasing rapidly.
A term used to refer to the state of being connected to the Internet.
A building's capability to provide high speed internet connections, contingent upon the building's wiring.
Keywords:  ethernet, gigabit, laptops, campus, lan
a term that refers to how you connect to the Internet, such as through dial-in, campus Ethernet, or wireless connections. Connectivity problems are among the most frequent problems that users face. More information
Nearly all laptops now feature an Ethernet (or LAN) port. This allows you to plug in a cable, and connect to a network. The speed will either be 100Mb per second or Gigabit 1 GB per second.
Keywords:  voxel, cube, eight, corner, decide
This is the rule applied to decide whether two voxels are touching. A voxel is considered to be a cube, with 6 faces, 12 edges and eight corners. The two rules implemented in C_Images 3D(tm) are: • 6-way: a voxel is connected to another if they share a face. • 26-way: a voxel is connected to another if they share a face, edge or corner.
The physical connection between tributaries and the river, between surface water and groundwater, and between wetlands and these water sources.
Intermittent stream Silvicultural System
The property of the TOE which allows interaction with IT entities external to the TOE. This includes exchange of data by wire or by wireless means, over any distance in any environment or configuration.
The capability to effectively exchange information with external supply chain partners in a timely and efficient manner and format.
Includes PC synchronisation and file transfer and Infrared beaming.
The physical infrastructure required to allow access and exchange of electronic information.