Definitions for "Layers"
A term used in image processing to describe individual images put together to form a single composite image viewed on common axes. Part of each image will be transparent, allowing the images underneath to show through. It is rather akin to the building-up of a cartoon frame from different ``cells'' - a character or item is drawn on clear plastic. The majority of the layer is transparent allowing anything underneath to show through. However, individual items are not transparent and will obscure those directly underneath.
The apparent stacking of physical tension in the body.
Are like transparent pages stacked on top of each other. Only the actual objects on each layer can be seen. Layers can be rearranged, toggled on or off and each layer's transparency can be adjusted. Layers can be adjusted on the Layer Palette and from the Layers Menu.
Generally used to indicate layers of paper tied or glued together. If the top layer is transluscent parchment and the lower layer is decorative, you see a muted version of the lower layer through the parchment.
This term indicates layers of paper tied or glued together. If the top layer is translucent and the lower is decorative paper, you'll see a muted version of the lower layer through the translucent top.
Keywords:  hens, pullets, molted, egg, flock
a comprehensive Windows based software package for egg producers to enable them to maintain physical and financial performance records for their flocks and business and to compare flock performance with targets or standards
Hens (including those being molted) or pullets producing table or commercial type shell eggs, usually at least 20 weeks of age.
Mature female chickens kept for egg production; also called laying hens.
Layers are an attribute in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). A layer of HTML code that can be placed on a website page by assigning X, Y, and Z coordinates.
refers to the various "overlays" of data, each of which normally deals with one thematic topic. These overlays are registered to each other by the common coordinate system of the database.
layers are used in HTML and allow certain HTML elements to be displayed "on top" of other elements. This feature is not widely supported across the spectrum of webbrowsers so it is therefore reccomended that you shy away from using layers.
Any of a number of altitude regions found in the atmosphere, each of which can be characterized by unique physical or chemical properties. These layers can exist as the result of chemistry or dynamics. Examples of layers encountered in the atmosphere are the planetary boundary layer, the D, E, and F layers of the ionosphere, and the stratospheric ozone layer. See Chapman layer.
Keywords:  overlaid, map, legend, gis, plotted
Digital information that appears on the map as images. When using the Recreational Access Web Site, the appropriate box in the legend must be checked off to view the layer
A logical separation of mapped data usually representing a theme, such as roads, political boundaries, etc. Layers are all registered to one another by means of a common coordinate system.
Background Map Tool used for turning specific street map layers on or off.
Performed manually or automatically, load balancing is the spreading of demands on your system evenly across system resources. Layer 7 - Application Layer Layer 6 - Presentation Layer Layer 5 - Session Layer Layer 4 - Transport Layer Layer 3 - Network Layer Layer 2 - Data Link Layer Layer 1 - Physical Layer
A structure type used in webdesign enabling the webpage to have overlapping features and fields of easily movable and adjustable sizes. Layers are more search engine friendly than frames but results can be inconsistent across different web browsers.
Keywords:  refocus, rsdl, dual, laser, dvd
There are a number of different DVD configurations - Single Layer (DVD-5), Dual Layer (DVD-9 / RSDL), Double Sided Single Layer (DVD-10), Double Sided Single/Double Layer (DVD-14) and Double Sided Dual Layer (DVD-18). Each layer on a DVD contains information, at the end of the first layer the laser within the DVD player needs to refocus on the second layer. This can take anything from 1/10th of a second to 5 seconds depending on the disc and player.
Keywords:  strongest, vats, tan, liquor, bark
The last set of vats or pits in which heavy leather is tanned, containing the strongest liquor. The hides in these pits are laid flat - originally with layers of tan bark between them.
System design and communication standards that define different levels of conceptual abstraction (simplification). (e.g. The ISO OSI framework consists of seven layers.)
Keywords:  jforth, lib, library, internal, manage
LAYERS_LIB LAYERS_NAME Standards: JForth internal Used to manage the LAYERS library. See :LIBRARY .
A function within illustration software that allows the user to organize their drawing. As an example it would be likely to see a drawing with layer names such as: Background, tablecloth, plate, pasta, sauce, type. Layers do not affect any color separation capabilities; they are simply an organizational aid. It is recommended to always use layers.
On-board text such as company name, logo, or part number that is oriented right-reading on the top layer will quickly allow us to determine that files have been imported correctly. This simple step can save a time-consuming hold notice and potential hold up. Please note: any traces on outer layer that are 0.010" wide or less will require ½ ounce copper starting weight to prevent excessive trace width reduction.
Where the reinsurance coverage is placed in sections, one above the other, rather than in a single contract. Thus a coverage for a total of $5,000,000 may be placed as:- 1st Layer Up to $200,000 in excess of $50,000 2nd Layer Up to $750,000 in excess of $250,000 3rd Layer Up to $4,000,000 in excess of $1,000,000 Different reinsurers will probably be involved with each layer and each layer will be rated individually. The construction of the layering is often dependent upon market conditions.
Keywords:  propagation, see
See "Propagation".
Keywords:  scroll, faster, pixels, whole, mixed
Screen full of pixels that is mixed with other layers to generate the final picture. Layers usually scroll as a whole and independently from the other layers, and allows effects like having the front decor move faster than the back one.