the beginning, coming into existence or use. Could be the beginning location as e.g., London
In the Cartesian coordinate plane, the origin is the point at which the horizontal and vertical axes intersect, at zero (0,0).
The arbitrary starting point on a graph or grid coordinate system. Defined by the intersection of the x and y-axes. Also see false origin.
On the coordinate plane the point where the two perpendicular lines (axes) intersect or the point (0,0)
The point (0, 0) on a coordinate plane, where the x-axis and the y-axis intersect.
Intersection of x- and y-axes of the coordinate system.
In Cartesian coordinates, the point (0, 0) or (0, 0, 0). The coordinate axes intersect at the origin. overlay An image that appears over the back buffer and is automatically applied just before the back buffer is swapped. page flipping Drawing done to an offscreen video page located in VRAM that can be displayed by the video controller in rotation with other VRAM pages.
The point on a graph where the vertical and horizontal axes cross each other.
The starting point prior to travel.
(o•ri•gin) n. – where something begins or comes from.
In a Cartesian coordinate system the vertex where the X, Y, and Z axes meet and the values are zero. See also Cartesian coordinate system
Point or region where DNA replication is begun. Often abbreviated Ori.
is the place a student comes from. Typically, we determine this by the location of a student's Institution of Origin. If this data is missing, we use the student's zip code. The regions are the ones defined by the Enrollment Planning Service, with the addition of a Local region, consisting of schools with a zip code beginning with 955.
In the XIL library, each image object has an attribute called its origin. This origin is a pair of floating-point numbers that represent , coordinates in the image. (The point 0.0,0.0 is in the upper-left corner.) When an image-processing operation is performed, the origins of the input and output images are aligned, and the rectangle formed by the intersection of these images serves as an implicit region of interest ( ROI).
The place where a shipment begins its movement.
(1) in a three-dimensional coordinate system, the point at which the X, Y, and Z axes intersect, defined by the coordinates (0,0,0). In a two-dimensional coordinate system, the point at which the X and Y axes intersect, defined by the coordinates (0,0). (2) in the AXIS statement, the origin is the point at which the axis line begins (the left end of the horizontal axis or the bottom of the vertical axis). In the LEGEND statement, the origin is the location of the lower-left corner of the legend. (3) in the graphics output area, the lower-left corner.
on a graph, the point where the x-axis and y-axis meet
A primary source; derivation; the beginning of something; first part. Origin points either to its specific cause, or to the moment when or place where it came into existence.
the place where something begins, where it springs into being; "the Italian beginning of the Renaissance"; "Jupiter was the origin of the radiation"; "Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River"; "communism's Russian root"
an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events
the point of intersection of coordinate axes; where the values of the coordinates are all zero
the center of a coordinate system. ( Tutorial). Phase: a keyword which modifies pigments and some normals. With pigments, it controls where the pigment begins when it looks at the color map. With ripples and waves it controls the position of the waves. ( Language Reference)
The point (0, 0) that corresponds to the intersection of the coordinate axes.
This is the originating point in a route. This is either your home, or the location where you input your destination. This point of Origin will dictate the route your GPS unit and maps will determine for your trip.
Airport of the outbound flight
Point at which engraving starts, or starting point of engraving area. Includes the 0 points of X and Y axes. Can be found at the upper-left corner of engraving area, or rarely, at the center of the engraving table.
On a graph, the point where the x- and y- axes intersect, i.e. at co-ordinates (0,0).
where something begins; the zero point of a coordinate system The graph of x^2 as a function of goes through the origin. It does not matter where you choose the origin of the coordinate system, but a sensible choice, such as taking y=0 at the ground level, may make things easier.
An entry point for transactions into a PeopleSoft system. Origins can designate both online and background interfaces and can be defined to have their own editing and default options.
Location where shipment begins its movement.
The place and time where something begins.
The city and/or airport where the shipment begins its journey.
the point in the coordinate plane at which the horizontal axis (x-axis) intersects the vertical axis (y-axis). The point has coordinates (0,0).
The reference from which measurement begins.
On a coordinate grid, the point, (0, 0), where the two axes intersect.
of a dot matrix, the physical center point of the dot in the cell common to the primary border row and secondary border column.
The starting point of your design.
Starting point of a shipment.
The point where the axes intersect on a coordinate grid.
the point in space where the blood spatter came from
The origin is the point (0,0) -- where the x and y axes meet. In a 3-d coordinate system, the origin is the point (0,0,0) -- where the x, y and z axes meet.
The location from which a shipment originated.
The point at which a trip begins.
(ori) is a sequence of DNA at which replication is initiated.
The zero point of a coordinate system. Particle Subatomic object with a definite mass and charge (among other properties).
the point where the two axes intersect. The origin is also identified as the point (0, 0).
The point in the drawing window at which the rulers intersect
The location of the beginning of a trip or the zone in which a trip begins.
The point from which the customer is moving.
Location where shipment began its movement. Also known as "Point of Origin."
In a CCD, the point located closest to the output node.
1. The reference location for a planar coordinate system, usually represented by the values 0,0. 2. The place where a trip starts. This is usually the home for most consumers. For a population group, an origin could be a census tract or a city. Origins are represented as nodes in a network coverage, as points in a point coverage, and as label points in a polygon coverage.
The point at which a shipment begins.
A location within a coordinate system where the eastings and northings are exactly equal to zero.
The origin is the place where something begins.
The point on the coordinate plane where the x- and y-axes intersect; has coordinates (0,0).
The point of intersection of the coordinate axes. It is designated (0. 0).
The point on the number line associated with zero.
In mathematics, the origin of a coordinate system is the point where the axes of the system intersect.