Definitions for "Identity"
The condition of being the same with something described or asserted, or of possessing a character claimed; as, to establish the identity of stolen goods.
The binding of a public key and other information to an entity. It is possible to have more than one identity bound to an entity. Every identity has a type. Some better known identity types are X.509 certificates and PGP certificates.
Property of an entity that distinguish it from every other entity. In Logtalk an entity identity can be an atom or a compound term. All Logtalk entities (objects, protocols, and categories) share the same name space.
Keywords:  olden, beloved, devil, john, prophets
of spirit communicators is a comparatively recent problem. In olden times every spirit voice was considered the voice of God or of the devil. The prophets communed with God. Mediums commune with spirits. God could not be asked to prove his identity, the spirits have to. But John the Apostle said: "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they be of God; because many false prophets are gone out into the world." See IDENTITY.
Means who somebody is. If you open a bank account for example, you are asked to prove your identity – that means to prove who you are.
of spiritcommunicators is a comparatively recent problem. In olden times everyspirit voice was considered the voice of God or of the devil. Theprophets communed with God. Mediums commune with spirits. God couldnot be asked to prove his identity, the spirits have to. But John theApostle said: "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spiritswhether they be of God; because many false prophets are gone out intothe world." See IDENTITY.
the condition or fact of being a specific person or thing; individuality.
The set of behavioral or personal characteristics by which an individual is recognizable as a distinct person (or as a member of a particular group).
the individual characteristics by which a thing or person is recognized or known; "geneticists only recently discovered the identity of the gene that causes it"; "it was too dark to determine his identity"; "she guessed the identity of his lover"
Self-image or self-concept. Who people take themselves to be. One of the neurological levels.
the way a person or a group perceives themselves in relation to the world, including other people and groups.
A sameness between concepts or things.
An identical equation.
An equation that is true for values of their variables.
a mathematical relationship equating one quantity to another (which may initially appear to be different)
Keywords:  palette, typeface, namestyle, nus, logo
A collection of communications tools, such as a logo, color palette and typeface, that work together to create an image for an organization.
The Identity is a collection of communication tools that work together to create an image for an organisation. The NUS identity system includes the identity (symbol and namestyle), colour palette and corporate typeface.
For addition: The number 0; that is N + 0 = N for any number N. For multiplication: The number 1; that is, N x 1 = N for any number N.
A number that when operating with it on any other number leaves the number unchanged.
an operator that leaves unchanged the element on which it operates; "the identity under numerical multiplication is 1"
An individual's consciousness of his/her own being. Can include personality traits as well as an allegiance to social categories such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and religion.
How one views oneself, how others perceive you, and how a society as a whole defines groups of people. Important to one's identity are ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, and class, as well as education, childhood, and life experience. For many, being an artist is not just an occupation but also an ethical responsibility. Much art today deals with what it means to be an artist in today's rapidly changing world.
Identity is a game show hosted by Penn Jillette and debuted on NBC on December 18, 2006. There were five episodes that aired from December 18 through December 22, 2006. The show was rebroadcast on NBC's cable sibling Bravo at 11:30 PM ET on December 18, and 11 PM the rest of the week.
Keywords:  keyboardist, floyd, zee, dave, wright
Identity is the only album by Zee, a short-lived partnership consisting of Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright and Dave Harris of New Romantic outfit Fashion. Released in 1984, Wright has stated that he feels Identity was an experiment that should never have been released. The album was produced by Wright & Harris and all the songs were penned by Harris.
For institutions, refers to the culture, value, goals, and mission that make it unique and express its fundamental characteristics and personality.
The name of a party using the IVO. Identitys can be associated with accounts (q.v.) and written in identity warrants (q.v.). Identities must be unique in the IVO. In principle, each user should have only one identity; in practice, it is hard to see how this could be enforced.
The unique identifier for a person, organization, resource, or service. [WSIA Glossary
In music, identity is similar to identity in universal algebra. An identity function is a permutation or transformation which transforms a pitch or pitch class set into itself. For instance, inverting an augmented triad or C4 interval cycle, 048, produces itself, 084.
a discrete group of chosen settings, from a broad range of potential device dimensions, designed to operate synergistically and appropriately to create a well defined overall sound processing strategy
a discrete group of settings across a broad range of device dimensions, all designed to operate effectively together
For protections, this is either an unix user ID or a group id.
a competitive intelligence involves gathering and analyzing information about customers, competitors and the marketplace to support successful business decisions
The clarity and stability of a person's goals, interests, and talents.  The Identity Scale of My Vocational Situation is used to measure identity.  High identity leads to relatively untroubled decision making and confidence in one's ability to make good decisions in the face of some inevitable environmental ambiguities.
an open sentence for which every number is a solution
an open sentence for which everynumber is a solution
The accurate and positive identification of network users, hosts, applications, services, and resources. New technologies such as digital certificates, smart cards, and directory services are beginning to play increasingly important roles in identity solutions.
an explicit theory of oneself as a person
How one thinks of oneself, as opposed to what others observe or think about one (See Label).
includes the way we see, hear and feel about ourselves, the values and beliefs which determine the patterns of our behaviours and thinking.
improve inequality integrable intuitively
How to identify each peer. Need to decide how to identify the peer device and the peer person.
a complete personality of Entourage, containing (preferences, account settings, Project Center information, Address Book and Calendar information, schedules, tasks, messages, and more) that is completely separate from other identities you create
a presentation of thought about who a person is and wants to be
The topological overlay of a coverage (input) with a polygon coverage (identity). For each feature in the input coverage, the intersection with identity features is determined, creating new features of the same feature class as the input coverage. For example, a road (input coverage, arc feature class) passing through two counties (identity coverage) would be split into two arc features, each with the attributes of the road and the county it passes through. Compare with intersect and union.
Keywords:  tfn, login, desktop, idea, global
a TFN name assigned by a login authority and is the Secure Global Desktop idea of who a user is
Keywords:  typological, mirror, image, types
same types: a typological mirror-image
Keywords:  logotype, symbol, signature, see
See signature, symbol or logotype.
The extent to which two nucleotide or amino acid sequences are invariant.
Keywords:  math, property
A math property which states: A+0=A and A*1=A.
a match in residues at the same position on each polypeptide
a representation of a relationship where both sides are perfectly equal because they have been defined in such a way to be equal
Refers to the cultural values or perspectives an individual most strongly relates to, such as an Asian identity.
Keywords:  aligned, length
identity length / aligned length
an unusual structure in that it can be modified successfully only by its builder
A statement that two mathematical expressions are equal for all values of their variables.
an equality that holds regardless of the values of its variables
Keywords:  exact, shared, sameness, interests
exact sameness; "they shared an identity of interests"
Keywords:  something, known, name
What something is or the name by which something is known.
Keywords:  quality, sameness
The state or quality of being identical, or the same; sameness.
Keywords:  corporate, above, see
see Corporate Identity, above
Keywords:  nature, specific
a specific nature
Keywords:  item, valued
a valued item