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.
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).
(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.
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"
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)
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.
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.
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.
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.
Origin is an alternative name for a Shibboleth Identity Provider. See also Identity Provider. Pubcookie Pubcookie is an open-source single sign-on technology based on the WebISO standard. It allows institutes to leverage existing password stores, e.g. Microsoft's Active Directory, to provide web based single sign-on (SSO). See also Active Directory.
Origin was the first full length demo CD released by Rock band Evanescence on the Big-Wig Enterprises label. Although some people consider this to be Evanescence's first album, the lead singer Amy Lee has explicitly said that she doesn't consider it to be an album but rather a "dressed up" demo CD. Released in 2000, Origin was only sold to audiences in their hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas.
the more fixed attachment of a muscle.Posterior towards the back; same as dorsalProfundus deep; farther from the body surface.Prone refers to the body lying horizontally with the face downward; opposite of supine Proximal towards the attached end of a limb or near the origin of a structure Ramus a broad process projecting from the main body. Sagittal plane the vertical plane dividing the body into left and right portions
Origin magazine was an American poetry magazine founded in 1951 by Cid Corman, its longstanding editor, and Charles Olson, provided an early platform for the work of Olson, Robert Creeley, Gary Snyder and Theodore Enslin, among other poets.http://books.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/story/0,11617,1192272,00.html Carlson, Michael, "Cid Corman/ Poet who was behind the literary magazine Origin", obituary in The Guardian, April 15, 2004
Origin is a six-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics from November 2001 to July 2002, written by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, and illustrated by Andy Kubert (pencils) and Richard Isanove (color).
Origin is scientific graphing and data analysis software package, produced by OriginLab Corporation, that runs on Microsoft Windows. All operations can be executed through either graphically (through menus or dialog boxes) or programaticly. Origin has its own C/C++ compiler with built-in vector and matrix support.
The default upstream tracking branch. Most projects have at least one upstream project which they track. By default 'origin' is used for that purpose. New upstream updates (from ' master') will be fetched into this branch; you should never commit to it yourself.
A piece of software responsible for submitting a user request to one or more Targets. The term might also be applied to the user him/herself or to the computer at which they are sitting. More commonly known outside the Z39.50 community as a 'client'.