Definitions for "Module"
The size of some one part, as the diameter of semi-diameter of the base of a shaft, taken as a unit of measure by which the proportions of the other parts of the composition are regulated. Generally, for columns, the semi-diameter is taken, and divided into a certain number of parts, called minutes (see Minute), though often the diameter is taken, and any dimension is said to be so many modules and minutes in height, breadth, or projection.
The minimum unit of black/white bars in the multi-level barcode. The modules compose an element, and the elements compose a character.
The units of study offered by the University. Normally modules are worth 15 points each, with 360 points at the appropriate levels making up the award of a Degree. Each 15 point module represents between 30 and 40 hours of tuition, with on average another 110 hours of self study being required to support this tuition.
The basic building block of the Instant Messenger software, they provide the services of Instant Messenger. New modules are added just by downloading a new JAR file and placing it in your modules directory. You can change the look and feel of a module (but not the functionality) by creating a new UIPack for the Module.
A primitive function such as isosurface, or import. Also refers to the icons that represent the functions such as those mentioned above.
A set of ISO C routines that completely define some I/O-related functionality. The term is also used more specifically to refer to one of possibly several independently loadable parts of a UDI driver.
A number of PV cells connected together,sealed with an encapsulant, and having a standard size and output power; the smallest building block of the power generating part of a PV array. Also called panel.
A solar electric panel.
Modular solar electric charger; used interchangeably with solar electric panel.
Relocatable modules provide extensions to the OS kernel or applications which multi-task even outside the Desktop environment and provide service calls for other applications to make use of.
(n.) A defined set of kernel-level routines and data structures that process data, status, and control information on a Stream. It is an optional element, but many modules can be in one Stream. A module consists of a pair of queues (read queue and write queue), and it communicates to other components in a Stream by passing messages.
In Linux, a module is a collection of routines that perform a system-level function, and may be dynamically loaded and unloaded from the running kernel as required. Often containing device drivers, modules are tightly bound to the version of the kernel; most modules built from one version of a kernel will not load properly on a system running another kernel version.
Keywords:  joomla, polls, menu, phab, meedio
A minor software addition to a Mambo-Joomla CMS, primarily to provide information. Appears in the peripheral positions of the display, commonly down the left or right hand sides, although templates can vary the position.
A Module is program code that allows Meedio to manage the display of various types of media and data. Modules are the building blocks to the Meedio menu.
A 'window' or section of the screen used to present some form of content in the website front end. Modules are normally positioned around the edges of the screen, while the main content is displayed in the centre. Examples of modules include the built-in search box, polls, and who's online. Each menu is also displayed through a module.
Logical collection of predicates; a module has a module interface and a module body which are interlinked by a common module name.
Collection of predicates. Each module defines a name-space for predicates. built-in predicates are accessible from all modules. Predicates can be published ( exported) and imported to make their definition available to other modules.
A module is a set of predicates in a module-file. The name of a module is an atom. Some predicates in a module are exported. The default module is user.
A class or course
Part of a certificate course, also referred to as a course element.
Within UWE, this term is used to refer to the taught units which make up a programme of study. Within UWEonline, Module is used to refer to the areas on the UWEonline home page, which contain 'My Announcements', 'My Calendar', 'My Courses', and 'My Tasks', and 'Services'. For further information see: Back Organisation / Organisation Site Equivalent to a Course Site, An Organisation Site is a set of pages associated with a particular organisation in UWEonline. Organisation Managers (equivalent to Course Instructors) can place teaching and learning materials on their Organisation Site, which can then be accessed by students who are members of the organisation. Organisation Sites can be accessed via the Communities tab in UWEonline, or from the 'My Organisations' module on the UWEonline home page. For further information see: Back
Keywords:  spacecraft, ntrak, jomis, isql, ihoe
Section of a spacecraft that can hold people.
A group of sections stored in the DBEnvironment when an embedded SQL program is preprocessed or when the ISQL command PREPARE is issued. The module is activated when the program is run or when the EXECUTE command is issued in ISQL.
detachable compartment of a spacecraft.
Keywords:  vba, visual, basic, accomplish, program
A group of programs designed to perform a specific application in the University's financial and information systems.
A box in a structure chart that indicates a major task the program must accomplish.
Programs you can create using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
An abstraction used to represent any piece of "code" used to implement a behavior in the JXTA world. Network services are the mode common example of behavior that can be instantiated on a peer.
A pool whose contents are type s and metatype object s. Once a module is frozen, the types it contains can be instantiated.
Keywords:  pcb, lcd, backlight, driver, bezel
An LCD that includes a PCB, driver electronics, bezel, and possibly a backlight.
An LCD glass connected to a PCB with drivers on board. It may also have controllers, temperature compensation circuits, or other features.
Keywords:  dll, xar, discoverable, lisp, package
top-level scoping construct in IDL, corresponds to packages in Lisp. Modules may be nested.
A package that provides for the dynamic modification of a user's environment by means of modulefiles. See also modulefile.
A Module is a resource package which is dynamically discoverable. Modules may be expanded or zip-archived. See XAR.
A short adventure, usually only an hour or two long, that is tailored to the players participating in it. Generally run by Plot or by the Guildmasters as a training tool.
Completely designed and challenging adventures available from manufacturers that contain maps, keys, background information, NPCs, and other information for use by the DM to use in his or her campaign. (D&D 1)
A component of PledgeMaker dedicated to a specific task in creation of records (e.g. the Gift module allows entry of Gift records). Oracle: The database software used by PledgeMaker as its foundation; the manufacturer of the database software.
A self-contained unit of code that accomplishes a part icular process network diagram scheduling tool in which activities or event s are display ed as arrow s and node s in which the logic al precedence conditions between the activities or event s are shown. [D01043] SPM 304-9 software unit of storage and manipulation. Modules include source code modules, binary code modules, and executable code modules. See component. [D04857] RUP
A printed circuit board that contains electrical components and electrically onductive pathways between components. A module stores data or memory or controls the funnctions of a device.
Modules correspond to Fortran 90 modules. Modules are composed of data and procedures (methods), and provide encapsulation, i. e., access to the data and methods can be controlled.
A FORTRAN-90 construct containing data and subroutines and functions that operate on that data. This is a somewhat object-oriented approach to datastructures. The data can be specified as private to the module or public for access by other subroutines. Outside subroutines can specify the limited set of variables they wish to capture. This ability provides a better approach to handling data and is the preferred method for dealing with data over COMMON blocks.
Keywords:  moonbounce
An unfortunately overused term; overloading of this term has lead to ambiguity. A short sequence of passive and active detector planes that repeats itself an integral number of times to form a supermodule. This usage drove the origin of the term supermodule, which has achieved common usage even if module in this context has not. [used by the simulation code gminos] A unit steel plane and active detector plane. [used by the TDR, page 3-15] A light-tight package of 20 or 28 scintillator strips that make up a active detector plane. These come in a variety of shapes (boxes and trapazoids) and sizes. [used by the scintillator group, cf. TDR page 5-1] logical module consists of those strips that map, due to clear fiber routing in the MUX boxes, to different pixels. This term is nonsensical for some optical summing schemes. [used by the scintillator group, cf. TDR page 5-5
a logical grouping construct which captures one perspective or view of a situation
These are additions to the Avango TM core which are distributed with the source. Modules are subclasses of one of two base classes, fpObject or fpPerformerNode (in 0.92 a third class will be added. fpPerformerObject).
The package into which a smart card chip is mounted for easy handling during smart card production.
An Opto 22 hardware device that provides an interface between signals received from field devices and the logic signals used in computers and controllers. For example, a thermocouple input module can convert a millivolt signal from a thermocouple into a numeric value that can be interpreted by a computer. A digital output module can send a signal to turn a field device (such as a motor) on or off. Each Opto 22 I/O module contains one to 32 points of I/O, depending on the model. Four to 16 modules are mounted on one mounting rack with an I/O processor such as a brain or on-the-rack controller. See Opto 22 I/O modules.
Keywords:  extraview, ogg, amiga, wav, hardware
A module is an issue classification within ExtraView that is often linked to a given product or project. For example, a hardware product may have multiple modules, and issues may have to be entered against a given module within each product.
A MOD file (or so called "module") is a file that contains all played samples, the definition of instruments made out of the samples, and the song arrangement (the information "when which sample is played"). Modules originate from Amiga computers. Classic modules need no extra data or hardware to be played because they're "a song in a box". Modules are not a streaming format like for example OGG, MP3 or WAV.
A hardware sound generator with no attached keyboard. A module can be either physically separate or integrated into a modular synthesizer, and is designed to make some particular contribution to the process of generating electronic sound.
An entity in a knowledge base that G2 automatically associates with a set of system tables and optionally with a set of top-level workspaces. In this set of system tables, the Module Information system table names the module. If the current KB contains modules, it is modularized.
A term commonly used to describe a self-contained part or device that can perform a specific function.
A container for a group of associated files that are stored together in the repository for better file management and user convenience.
Keywords:  robusto, lenght, corona, cigar, gauge
Every cigar is part of a category depending on its shape (ring gauge and lenght). Every module has a generic name (Robusto, Corona, etc.).
A part of a set that can be arranged together in different ways.
A collection of PV cells, wired together and encapsulated in a glass/plastic sandwich. Modules usually come in an aluminum frame and provide pigtailed or connectorized leads.
One of many MIVA Script applications that together make up the MIVA Merchant system. Third-party plug-ins are also modules.
To us, a module is the fundamental building block of page content. We describe them using a microformat called AOL ModuleT. You can take virtually any existing Web content and wrap it up as a module. You can also build really sophisticated modules that are Web applications that folks can then toss into their Web pages.
The appearance of a single facade plane, despite being part of a larger building. One large building can incorporate several building modules.
A collection of stored procedures. Modules are named on the Modules tab in the Database window. However, forms and reports also have modules associated with them. Form and report modules are also called class modules.
Tools and features on the tabs of your Web Hosting Control Panel are grouped thematically into smaller sections called modules.
An independent part of a questionnaire that covers a single subject or topic of interest.
Groups of readings, activities, tasks, and assignments that are organized around a central topic or theme.
A study topic within a subject – degrees and HNDs are made up of a set number of modules
An instructional resource entry (a "page" in a book, if you will). All modules are pages, but not all pages are modules. See Wikibooks:What is a module.[ edit
Part of the Web pages within that are the same from channel to channel, or from app to app. An instance of a module would be the navigation module on all of the channel and directory pages.
Keywords:  flan, size
The size of a flan
See megamodule.
see library module.
See PeopleSoft Module.
In abstract algebra, the concept of a module over a ring is a generalization of the notion of vector space, where instead of requiring the scalars to lie in a field, the "scalars" may lie in an arbitrary ring.
Refers to an EPS 6000 UPS module (rectifier/battery charger, inverter, and attached battery cabinet).
A directory hierarchy. A software project normally exists as a single module in the repository.
A piece of software that is to be loaded into ArgoUML by the Module Loader. Modules traditionally use the Plug-in interfaces and are for that reason also known as Plug-ins.
An implementation, usually in software, of a protocol or other procedure.
(MOD) - the ratio of the pitch diameter in millimeters to the number of teeth; a measurement of gear pitch expressed in metric
The measurement that architects use to determine the proportions of a structure, for example, the diameter of a column.
Keywords:  aisle, stalls, parking, row, complete
a complete module is one access aisle, servicing a row of parking on each side of the aisle. Both the access aisle and the parking stalls serviced by that aisle are part of the module.
A D-STAR module is the part of a D-STAR repeater that implements voice or data communication over the air.
A repeating element within an exhibit.
A single element of a modular design
Keywords:  interleaved, context, memory, bank
(n.) a memory bank, often used in the context of interleaved memory.
the method by which images and documents can be uploaded to the portal system.
Keywords:  perl, speak, extension, see
See extension. Perl speak.
Keywords:  model, measure
A model or measure.
To model; also, to modulate.
The independent pieces of the larger Banner suite of applications. For example, the following are modules found in Banner: Human Resources, Student, Finance, Advancement.
Keywords:  monitor
Standardised production item that can be integrated with other production parts to provide several basically different variations on a theme.
Keywords:  latin, comes, small, measure
from the Latin modulus (small measure; which comes from modus, measure).
Is the 4 week accounting period in which the commission is calculated (there are 13 each year with Module 1 (M1) starting at the beginning of each Financial Year)
Part of a satellite that has been designed and built and often tested as an entity.
Keywords:  payable, divided, four, portion, fixed
A portion of the Financial Records System which is divided into four modules: Financial Accounting (FA), Accounts Payable (AP), Fixed Assets (FX) and Purchasing.
A module is a board that cannot operate standing alone. It must be connected to another board.
Keywords:  formally, term
(Term not formally used)
Keywords:  music, formats, digital, file, see
Any file of formats .mod, .it, .xm, .s3m, and about 50 others. See Also: Digital Music
Keywords:  access, service, see
See access module or service module.
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