A very light, open-mesh, almost transparent fabric made from cotton, silk, or man-made fibers, usually in white or cream but these days available in a wide range of colors including dramatic dark ones.
For dicepouch purposes, net is a sheer, extremely lightweight and delicate fabric with a two-color iridescent effect. Net linings always require a secondary lining of satin behind them, and are used mostly for a more dramatic visual effect.
An open-mesh fabric in which a firm structure is ensured by some form of twist, interlocking, or knitting of the yarn. It may be produced by gauze weaving, knitting, or knotting, or- on a lace machine. (See also plain net.)
In geometry the net of a polyhedron is an arrangement of edge-joined polygons in the plane which can be folded to become the faces of the polyhedron. Polyhedral nets are a useful aid to the study of polyhedra and solid geometry in general, as they allow for models of polyhedra to be constructed from material such as thin cardboard.
The player's score less his or her handicap. nineteenth hole The bar or restaurant at the golf course where players gather after playing a round of golf to talk about their round and possibly business.
An independent set of circuit nodes on a schematic that are connected together to define an isolated circuit. Each net is given a unique (alphanumeric) name to differentiate it from the other nets in the schematic.
1. A net is a logical connection between two or more symbol instance pins. After routing, the abstract concept of a net is transformed to a physical connection called a wire. 2. A net is an electronic connection between components or nets. It can also be a connection from a single component. It is the same as a wire or a signal.
The portion of a single electrical node that falls within a given schematic; a one-wire component of a bus. Nets can be connected hierarchically to ports (port nets) of child uses, and, as ports themselves, to nets in higher-level schematics; all such nets contribute to the same electrical node.
A database object that describes one or more signals. Logical implementation of a single signal or a group of signals that implements the connections to instance pins and pins of the cellview containing the net.
The etch required to connect one output pin to all of its destination pins plus any etch required to connect any other sources wire-ORed to that pin. Also described as "photolitho-graphically determined inter-connect metalization". A wire-net refers to the representation of a net on a circuit schematic. A net segment is a piece of a net from one end to a node.
A net is the representation of a wire, or electrical connection in your schematic diagram. It is basically a line connecting two symbol pins. The term â€œnetâ€ is also sometimes used loosely to talk about an electical connection (via a wire or PCB trace) in a real circuit. Some schematic capture tools call a net a â€œwireâ€.
NET is Microsoft's strategy for delivering software as a service. It includes .NET infrastructure and tools to build and operate a new generation of services, .NET user experience to enable rich clients, .NET building block services and .NET device software to enable a new generation of smart Internet devices. See also .NET framework, Visual Studio .NET More at http://msdn.microsoft.com/net
Microsoft's framework for Web services and component software introduced in 2000 and pronounced "dot-net." .NET is Microsoft's approach to a comprehensive development and runtime environment similar to J2EE. .NET supports all the Web-based features and functions, including XML and web services protocols such as SOAP and UDDI. .NET applications run on intranets as well as public Internet sites, thus .NET is an all-inclusive Web-oriented software architecture for internal and external use. Subsequent versions of Microsoft products (browsers, applications, Windows) were enhanced with support for .NET in some manner.
NET is a strategic initiative by Microsoft. It is also a software platform and can be used to build web services. There are numerous .NET-compatible languages, which include C#, Visual Basic .NET and ASP.NET.
NET is both a business strategy from Microsoft and its collection of programming support for what are known as web services, the ability to use the web rather than your own computer for various services.
The opposite of Gross. This refers to what is left after the applicable deductions have been made. For instance, Net profit/Net income indicates income after tax. Net cash flow is a company's cash flow after dividends have been made. Français: Net Español: Neto
Two meanings: (i) abbreviation for 'internet', and (ii) an adjective indicating that a particular total (eg of viewings or expenditure) may not include the totality of units which are included within it, as allowance is made for duplication. See also ' gross'.
A network or, when capitalized, the Internet itself. When these letters appear as part of an address - www. ngisc. gov, for example - it indicates that the host computer is run by a networking organization, frequently as ISP in the United States.
Net is an abbreviation for the term Internet, which stands for Interconnected networks. When these letters appear at the end of an address ([email protected]), they may indicate that the host computer is run by a network but is more often used interchangeably with .com. It also means that the host computer is most likely located in the United States.
A Microsoft concept development framework that promises anytime, anywhere communication for businesses to use in everyday tasks and commerce by incorporating applications, a suite of tools and the Internet. From a software licensing perspective, .NET changes the way software is acquired: it will be rented as a hosted service over the Internet rather than purchased outright. Essentially, the Internet will house all applications and data for access anywhere. .NET is built on four Internet standards: HTTP, XML, SOAP and UDDI.
The top-level domain designated for entities and computers that represent part of the Internet's infrastructure. Originally intended for use by Network Information Centers (NICs), Network Operations Centers (NOCs), administrative computers (such as a name server) and network node computers. One of the worldwide top-level domains. Also See TLD
Short version of Internet. Online: You are online if you are connected to the internet. PDF: PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is the file extension for Adobe Acrobat, a useful application that allows users to view documents page by page after downloading, providing they have the plug-in.
A set of interconnected networks which allow computers in different locations to exchange information. The Internet includes services such as the World Wide Web, electronic mail, file transfer (FTP), chat and remote access to networks and computers. Source: TechSoup.org
These letters that appear as the last part of a Web address originally indicated that the host computer was run by a networking company, usually an ISP in the United States. Today ".net" is commonly used since there are no restrictions on who can register for a ".net" domain name. Net can also refer to a network or, when capitalized, the Internet itself.
1. a fishing device often made of rope, or unfortunately mono-filament. 2. see internet (pronounced "dot net", not "En-Ee-Tee") the final portion of the domain name of an inter net service provider. See com, edu, gov, mil, org, dot.
An informal term for the Internet or a subset (or a superset) of the Matrix in context. For example, a computerized conference via e-mail may take place on a BITNET host that has an Internet gateway, thus making the conference available to anyone on either of these networks. In this case, the developer might say, “Our conference will be available on the Net.” One might even consider discussion forums on commercial online services to be “on the Net,” although these are not accessible from the Internet.
When these letters appear as the last part of a Web address, it indicates that the host computer is run by a networking organization, frequently an ISP in the United States. Net can also refer to a network, or when capitalized, the Internet itself.
nickname for Internet; lowercase chosen to avoid confusion with "Net ID"
(fr. reseau, old fr. rets): in one Scotch coat a fisherman's net occurs, but it is suggested by heralds that the term fret, or rather fretty, should be used to represent the nets. The field a sea proper, a net argent suspended from the dexter chief point and the sinister fesse point to the base; in chief two and in base three herrings entangled in the net--Burgh of INVERERA, Scotland. Sable, fretty[otherwise a fret] argent--HARINGTON.
New equipment training. Training to transfer knowledge gained during materiel development to trainers, users, and support personnel during development and fielding of new equipment. It has the purpose of training unit soldiers and leaders on how to operate, maintain, and tactically employ the new equipment. Numbers and type of personnel and units to be trained are determined on a system-by-system basis during the NET planning process.
Variant of Discrete Trial Training where the exercises are carried out in the child's ordinary domestic setting rather than at a table (my words, feel free to email with corrections!). For a better description see Christina Burk's page on the topic
The barrier that divides a tennis court into lengthwise halves. It's a web, usually made of braided synthetic material, suspended from a steel cable that's strung between two 3½-foot metal posts located 3 feet outside the sidelines. The cable is covered by a band of canvas or synthetic material, 2 to 2 1/2 inches wide. A 2-inch wide center strap, also made of canvas or synthetic material, holds the net taut at the center. As a verb, "to net" means to hit the ball into the net.
The potential energy available in a fuel as received, taking into account the energy loss in evaporating and superheating the water in the fuel. Equal to the higher heating value minus 1050W where W is the weight of the water formed from the hydrogen in the fuel, and 1050 is the latent heat of vaporization of water, in Btu, at 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
Nuclear Excellence Team. is a organization of several well-qualified senior people whose mission is "To improve plant performance through the use of performance-based self-assessments within the NPG (Nuclear Power Generation) organization." The Team is augmented by at least one other PG&E and one outside individual with expertise appropriate to the particular investigation.
a practice area for batting and bowling, consisting of a pitch closely surrounded by netting to restrict the ball from travelling too far. a session of practice in a net. The batsman need to have a net to hone his skills.
A number of Communications Stations, which may be computers, radios or other equipment which are linked by either physical or ethereal means. The manner in which a computer network is linked depends on its Topology. See also Radio Net.
Lease A lease in which the tenant pays, in addition to rent, certain costs associated with a leased property, including property taxes, insurance premiums, repairs, utilities, and maintenance. There are also "net-net" (double net) and "net-net-net" (triple net) leases, depending upon the degree to which the tenant is responsible for operating costs.
The result of two or more amounts being combined. For example, net sales is equal to gross sales minus sales returns, sales allowances, and sales discounts. The net realizable value of accounts receivable is the combination of the debit balance in accounts receivable and the credit balance in the allowance for doubtful accounts. The book value of equipment is also a net amount: the cost of the equipment minus the accumulated depreciation of the equipment. To Top
reserve. For an insurance company, any reserve that is developed without explicitly taking into consideration an insurer's product-related expenses. A reserve developed using a net reserve valuation method. Contrast with gross reserve.
net in a space is a map from a directed set to . A net from to is usually denoted (), where Î± is in an index variable ranging over . Every sequence is a net, taking to be the directed set of natural numbers with the usual ordering.