Definitions for "Diagram"
A figure or drawing made to illustrate a statement, or facilitate a demonstration; a plan.
Any simple drawing made for mathematical or scientific purposes, or to assist a verbal explanation which refers to it; a mechanical drawing, as distinguished from an artistical one.
A plan, sketch, drawing, or outline designed to demonstrate or explain how something works or to clarify the relationship between the parts of a whole.
Keywords:  icon, representamen, peirce, donn, tidy
a digraph with labelled and/or iconic nodes and arcs plus a tidy layout
a directed graph in which the nodes are labeled with names of sets and whose edges are labeled with names of functions
a representamen which is predominantly an icon of relations and is aided to be so by conventions
a visual representation of the relationship between bits of data or information. Typically how one bit relates to, works with, is next in line to, or is driven by something else. A diagram of a set of roads is called a road map. A diagram of the floor of a building is called a floor map. A diagram of how people work together is called a organization chart.
An informal, graphical picture of some set of entities and some relations between them. Contrast with model.
A diagram is a graphical presentation of a compilation of model elements, rendered as a graph of shapes connected by paths. Comprehension resides mainly in the topology, not in the size or placement of the symbols.
a chart showing position of the players and the cards they hold.
Window in the FEFLOW Simulator or Postprocessor showing simulation results.
A schedule or roster showing the planned workings of a locomotive, passenger carriage or train crew for a particular day of week.
In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a diagram is the categorical analogue of a indexed family in set theory. The primary difference is that in the categorical setting one has morphisms as well. Diagrams are used in the definition of limit and colimits and the related notion of cones.
a simplified view of Mozilla's insides
a visual text that simplifies its subject and makes generalizations about it
a window that visually displays the relationships among tables of a database
Keywords:  philadelphia, eps, album, touring, flag
Diagram are an experimental post-rock band from Philadelphia, PA formed in 2003. The band has released three EPs, the most recent being "History of the White Flag". After releasing two EPs and touring in 2005, the band is currently writing a new album.
Keywords:  matricide, once, removed
Matricide, once removed.
Keywords:  superimposed, map, underline, type
a map , or rather several superimposed maps
a type of map
map underline
Sometimes the surgeon will give the pathologist more information in a diagram or measurements. back to pathology report
Keywords:  crossword, grid, alternative, term
An alternative term for a crossword Grid.
Keywords:  plat, fishery, shore, alpha, numeric
The alpha-numeric code which uniquely identifies a shore fishery plat or diagram.
Keywords:  figure, arrows, great, way, boxes
a figure with boxes containing variables and arrows indicating the relationships between these variables
a great way to do this ( figure A )
a great way to do this (figure B)
Keywords:  unification, goal, node, box, status
a procedural status box which includes complete details of unification and control history for that node (goal)
Keywords:  wonder, carved, gram, earlier, drawn
joins the roots dia(to pass through or join) with gram (written or drawn and earlier carved). It literally means "that which is marked out", as by the crossing of two lines. This leads me to wonder how old the expression, "X marks the spot", could be.
Keywords:  photograph, painting
a painting not a photograph
a projection attached to the view's elements
Keywords:  form
To put into the form of a diagram.