Definitions for "Realm"
Keywords:  kdc, kerberos, kservice, tgs, acl
The scope of a security policy. From the strict perspective of security, a cell is also known as a realm in that it is the security domain of the network TCB. See Policy versus Service versus Mechanism .
the name (in all uppercase) of the logical network served by a single Kerberos database and a number of Key Distribution Centers. Kerberos domains are often similar to DNS domains (such as the Kerberos realm "UPENN.EDU" and the DNS domain ""), but they are not technically related to eachother.
(in Twisted Cred) stores avatars and perhaps general business logic. See IRealm.
A royal jurisdiction or domain; a region which is under the dominion of a king; a kingdom.
Hence, in general, province; region; country; domain; department; division; as, the realm of fancy.
a kingdom 2. a field of interest, study or activity [OFr realme
Keywords:  blizzard, cluster, pve, pvp, diablo
a cluster of computers all interconnected that is hosted by Blizzard Entertainment and maintained by the Battle
a cluster of servers, you can't route every classic char to a single server
a Diablo II game server hub that is hosted and maintained by Blizzard
noun [George Olshevsky] - A three dimensional hyperplane; an infinite set of points extending in three dimensions. It is the 3d analog of the line (1d), plane (2d), and flune (4d). A realm intersects flune into two parts. See the chart under tetraspace.
An area of a dimension where the dimension's main reality has been displaced by another reality. Realms may be artificially imposed (through reality trees and created hardpoints, among others) or may result from the reality of one dimension extruding into another.
a game world that exists only for the few thousands of players within it
a geographic subdivision of a world map
a major area of the Earth, with similar physical characteristics, comprised of numerous habitats. Ex.: The abyssal plain of the world's oceans.
Keywords:  rwar, reuters, root, relation
relation Reuters root rwar
Realm was a Canadian magazine that operated from 1998 to 2003. Originally focused on self-employment for twentysomethings, the magazine evolved to cover careers and education. Some companies looked to the magazine to provide insights for recruiting young workers.
is the generic term for an area of the continuum that is the focus of a campaign. There is no set size or nature for a realm. A GM may define his campaign as containing multiple realms; in which case each realm is a distinctively different area of the campaign. Realms can be based on geography (the deserts of x), attitudes (the realm of religion y), laws of nature (device z works in realms where . . .), or any other type of grouping.
a group of one or more areas
Keywords:  invoked, matches, check, request, class
a Class that is invoked to check access rights when a request matches a Resource
Keywords:  lords, area, claimed, earth, content
an area of control for content
an Area of Earth that has been claimed by one of the High Lords
(Advanced Security Administrator's Guide; search in this book)
Keywords:  string, match, defined
a defined by a "match string
Keywords:  games, separate, run, areas, called
Games are run in separate areas called realms.