Definitions for "poster "
Poster is a PostScript utility which resizes PS files, potentially to split them into smaller pieces that are printable on normal paper sheets . It features various options to specify the input and output page size and cut margins and to select tile pages to print.
A large bill or placard intended to be posted in public places.
Technically, a print used as an advertisement that is posted in a public place; in common usage, an inexpensive print featuring popular subjects such as music or film stars, sports figures, or similar subject matter printed on thin paper.
a coherent, stand alone visual presentation or outline presenting the main points or arguments of a paper or research project
a common method used to present research in the biomedical sciences
a display on some flat material, usually stiff paper or cardboard, synthesizing the main points of a mathematical work in a visually attractive layout that can be quickly grasped by other mathematicians
Part of the orifice in ascophoran Cheilostomata proximal to the condyles and leading to the ascus. (Hayward & Ryland, 1979) (Cf anter)
Keywords:  navarro, remeber, mario, tabloid, flier
a large flier, usually at least tabloid size and often much larger, designed especially to be put up on a wall or in a store window
a Scream in the Wall" is one of the expressions I remeber the most form Mario Navarro one of my design teachers
Keywords:  peers, ibmers, grad, discuss, ongoing
a great way for a grad student to attract the attention of the IBMers in attendance
an excellent way for beginning presenters to introduce their work to their peers
an ideal way to present your ongoing work in a more structured manner than a work-in-progress talk, yet one that makes for easy interaction and discussion
One who posts, or travels expeditiously; a courier.
A post horse.
a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
A Lion Match Co. trademark whose matchcovers were about as wide as a postcard. The matchcover measured 9 in. long by 6 in. wide when spread out. It was introduced in 1956, and apparently not widely accepted, as only a few types are known.
A Journal page displaying a range of numerical data. The poster may be referred to as a source of data for developing number stories in lessons following the lesson in which it is introduced.
Keywords:  scoreboard, see
(see: Scoreboard Poster).
a one hit message
a picture with a message or caption or slogan written not only to explain but to catch the attention of the audience
a registered user of the Site who submits a review or a forum message
Keywords:  billposter, bills, one
One who posts bills; a billposter.
a good idea for this shot
a great way to get your ideas across to those conference participants who are most interested in them
an excellent vehicle for reporting progress on a project, to demonstrate an innovative site or to float some ideas which will make their way into a formal paper at a later stage
person who posts content to a usenet newsgroup. Identified in NewsBin as the email address supplied NewsBin allows you to filter out certain posters if need be.
a public announcement exhibited to be understood at a glance
Keywords:  thesis, article, report
an ad, not a report, article or thesis
a standing display which is designed to draw the attention of passers-by to a project or area of work
a powerful submission tool which ca
a powerful submission tool which can saving your time and money
Keywords:  speech, purely, sound, object, you
an object that you see but speech is purely sound
a commonly used form of communication in the academic world
a means of communication