Definitions for "Locator"
(See STOP PLATE) Device for positioning terminals, splices or contacts in crimping dies.
The device included in the design of most AMP hand crimping tools to position a terminal and assure the proper insertion depth of the stripped wire prior to crimping.
Device for positioning terminals, splices, or contacts into crimping dies, positioner, or turret heads.
Keywords:  docbase, pointer, docobject, drl, mhp
This term has different definitions depending on the application format: A DVB-HTML locator is a link, expressed in the syntax in IETF RFC 2396 [40], which provides an unambiguous pointer to a DVB-HTML document accessible to the MHP in a specific transport stream. The schemed specified should resolve to one of the available transports signalled for the DVB-HTML application. For signed DVB-HTML applications, the schemes HTTP and HTTPS may use the return channel. This version of the specification does not include a scheme for transport independent locators; future versions are expected to do so. This term in the DVB-HTML context should not be confused with the DVB-J class of the same name.
an object used to map requests into entities
a pointer to the address of the object in the Docbase
An electronic instrument used to determine the position and strength of electro-magnetic signals emitted from a transmitter sonde in the pilot head of a boring system, in an impact moling tool or from existing underground services which have been energised. Sometimes referred to as a Walkover System.
A device used to trace the path of a buried underground cable.
drilling equipment – The above-ground component of a walkover locating system. The locator includes one or more antennae and a receiver to detect the signal transmitted by the downhole transmitter, and a microprocessor to decipher and display the downhole data
The utility which assigns absolute target-memory locations to relocatable sections and resolves address references.
A software development tool that assigns physical addresses to a relocatable program. This is the last step in preparing software for execution by an embedded system. The resulting file is called an executable. In some cases, the locator's functionality is built into the linker. In others, the operating system might include a loader, which performs the location step. A simplified example showing how the locator assigns code and data to specific physical memory ranges and adds (uninitialized) stack and heap sections. Not shown is that the initialized data must be stored in ROM and copied out into RAM by the startup code.
Keywords:  marker, lom, beacon, yourself, outer
a name, an individual marker, or an indexical
medium-frequency non-directional radio beacon used as an aid to establishing yourself on final approach during an instrument landing procedure. Also LOM, locator outer marker.
Keywords:  borer, jig, boss, horn, nests
(1) See jig borer. (2) Lower section of a die on which the part nests. Also called an adapter, boss, die post, horn, master, master plug, and stool.
a great chance to find people
person employed to find unappropriated land for patenting; may receive as much as 1/3 of the acreage as payment "if the patent is not declared void".
A term that is used to identify a person who finds locations for vending machine operators.
Keywords:  gnomon, dummy, axes, mark, comments
A mark added to a selected frame to qualify a particular location within a sequence. User-defined comments can be added to locators.
a node that marks a position in world space
A particular position in world space, marked by a small gnomon whose lines extend in each direction along the X, Y and Z axes. See also gnomon. In other software packages, known as dummy object.
a small file that tells the game where to get certain madia file (such as an image, music, even car skins) from a location on the net
the part of an index entry that tells the user where to look for information. In a book index locators are usually page numbers (but can also be references to items, paragraphs and so on). In a web index they are direct links to the information. The links can be the heading or subdivisions of the index entry.
A feature that shows which portion of the unmagnified screen is in view in the magnified portion. It is helpful for navigating around the screen, especially when high magnification levels are being used.
a data-carrier for certain nodes, which provides valuable linkage information across the tree
a type of utility node that has no geometry associated with it, therefore it will not be rendered
Keywords:  ase, queue, replicator, stable, log
A string value maintained by ASE Replicator that identifies a location in the stable queue or transaction log. See also stable queue and transaction log.
An XLink convention that describes a part of a link that identifies a resource. The locater is used to locate the resource.
an information resource that identifies other information resources, describes the information available in those resources, and provides assistance in how to obtain the information.
a string, an addressing expression that references one or more information resources
Keywords:  tablet, thumb, mouse, wheel, coordinate
In computer graphics, an input device that provides coordinate data; for example, a mouse, tablet, or thumb wheel.
The computer program that is used by dealerships to "locate" a vehicle.
Keywords:  mobile, api, track, google, subscribed
Locator is a system for J2ME enabled phones that is able to keep track of the mobile device position , using Google Maps API on server side.
A mobile user subscribed for Look4me who has been granted location rights to track a locatee.
One who locates, or is entitled to locate, land or a mining claim.
a person who fixes the boundaries of land claims
Keywords:  landscape, see
see Landscape.
a kind of reference to the member
a symbol that specifies how the referent may be located (e
Keywords:  consumers, free, service
a free service for consumers