Definitions for "Mosaic"
The Web browser available for Macintosh, Windows, and UNIX and responsible for the initial popular growth of the Web. Developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
Mosaic is an early Web browser originally developed by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
The first graphical browser for the world wide web, and the application which made the Internet accessible for the average user, rather than the exclusive domain of experts. Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are both descended from the original Mosaic software.
A surface decoration made by inlaying in patterns small pieces of variously colored glass, stone, or other material; -- called also mosaic work.
A picture or design made in mosaic; an article decorated in mosaic.
Something resembling a mosaic{1}; something made up of different pieces, fitted together by design to form a unified composition.
Of or pertaining to the style of work called mosaic; formed by uniting pieces of different colors; variegated; tessellated; also, composed of various materials or ingredients.
It is a veneering that is usually irregular with no definite pattern. Almost all the stone used in a mosaic pattern is irregular in shape.
Two or more vegetation descriptions present within a map unit. This is where the scale of mapping or the spatial patterns is too complex for each vegetation type to be mapped separately. ERIN
In genetics, an animal that has more than one genetically-distinct populations of cells derived from a single zygote; as most commonly used, the different populations of cells have differing numbers of chromosomes.
An individual who has some cells with an abnormal or unusual genetic or chromosomal makeup while the rest of the cells in the body have the usual genetic or chromosomal constitution. For example, a person who is mosaic for trisomy 21 would have some cells which have 47 chromosomes with an extra chromosome number 21 and other body cells which have the usual 46 chromosome complement. The number of cells with abnormal genetic or chromosomal content will determine the level of severity of the disorder.
An organism that consists of cells of more than one genotype. The strict definition requires that the genotypically different cells all derive from a single zygote. The term mosaic is also used more broadly to describe any organism comprised of cells of different genotypes.
Assemblage of overlapping aerial or space photographs or images whose edges have been matched to form a continuous pictoral representation of a portion of the earth surface.
Composite made up from a patchwork of partly overlapping photographs.
assembly of aerial photographs forming a composite picture
(aka: Rose Mosaic Virus): A malady of roses whose symptoms include yellow veins or light ringspots in leaves. Research has demonstrated that mosaic can be transmitted only by the budding of infected stock and that there is little risk of transmitting it by pruning. Other problems, such a phytotoxicity or over watering are often mistaken for mosaic as they have similar symptoms.
The mottled patchy pattern on leaves caused by a virus. The arrangement of leaves on the upper stem to avoid shading.
A diseased condition where different portions of a leaf vary in amounts of chlorophyll, thus giving the leaf a mottled appearance; usually caused by viruses.[1] Fin. Swe.
The complex visual scene in the face-up gem. See also multicolor effect.
an image constructed from all the frames of a scene sequence, that gives a panoramic view of the scene
a panoramic view taken from a video of a scene
Areas with a variety of plant communities over a landscape, such as areas with trees and areas without trees occurring over a landscape. Natural fires are often described to burn in a "mosaic" pattern.
A network of patches, corridors, and matrices in a landscape.
patches of habitat within a larger landscape that are ecologically linked with one another.
Mosaic is a geodemographic classification software system for the United Kingdom run by Experian. It was created by Richard Webber; before Mosaic he created a similar system, "ACORN", which is run by CACI.
A creature or fossil that displays a mixture of characteristics usually associated with different life forms, but may not be chronologically intermediate between them. For example a platypus has a duck-like bill and lays eggs like a bird, and has fur like a mammal, but is a currently living creature and thus cannot be a mammal-to-bird (or bird-to-mammal!) transition. Likewise, Archaeopteryx has a mix of features like claws and teeth, and feathers, but appears well above other fully formed birds in the fossil record. Thus it is not a transition. Mosaics typically have a mix of features that are individually fully developed, not in a crude state (for example, primitive feathers).
a moustache made up of hairs of different colours.
a puzzle game, with different playing modes and various skill levels
a structure made up of many different parts
a whole image or map made from parts from more than one source.
Result of assembling and matching adjacent images to form a larger continuous image or representation.
a single image generated from a collection of adjacent images. The resulting mosaic covers the extents of the constituent images, but is usually at a lower resolution compared to the resolution of the individual images
Keywords:  gynandromorph, somatic, see
See gynandromorph and somatic mosaic.
a type of stein on which colored glazes are painted into ridged sections that protrude from the stoneware or pottery.
a static collection, whereas a man has character struggles, balance and overbalance
a static thing with each element separate and divided from others
A proprietary segmentation and profiling system developed by Applied Geographic Solutions for Experion.  Used for:  Profiling, Trade Area Analysis
a distributed hypermedia system designed for information discovery and retrieval on the global Internet
an enabling technology that allows the user easily to access networked information from all over the world with the click of a button
a network navigational tool that allows you to easily access networked information with the click of a mouse button
a collection of mutually disjoint subsets of a set that may or may not cover the set
Keywords:  hasn't, progress, written, work
a work in progress, and hasn't quite all been written yet
a collection of "thumbnails" of the drawing pages of a document
transducer formed by the light-sensitive surface on a television camera tube
a form of update
a commonly used tool for representing the enormous amount of data generated from video sequences
Keywords:  uncontrolled, controlled, see
See controlled mosaic and uncontrolled mosaic.
Keywords:  robust, platform, cross, game, engine
Mosaic is a robust and high-performance cross-platform 2D game engine.
Keywords:  cane
Mosaic Mosaic Cane
A number of vegetation types within a given area, often having increased value through association with each other.
Keywords:  investment
an investment