Definitions for "Space"
Cyber A term borrowed from science fiction, cyberspace refers collectively to the totality of all information networks in the world, including the Internet, various intranets, and even the voice-based telephone system. Gopher This refers collectively to all gopher sites.
Space is a French electronic music band created in 1977 by Didier Marouani (also known as Ecama). The first three albums — Magic Fly, Deliverance and Just Blue — were an immediate and staggering success (they sold over 12 million records all over the world). The album Magic Fly, which is widely considered to be their best work, was released in audio cd in 2001, 24 years after its original release.
Space was a 1990 ambient house concept album by Jimmy Cauty under the alias Space. Originally intended to be The Orb's debut album, Space was refactored for release as a solo album following Cauty's departure from that group. Space was independently released on KLF Communications, the record label formed to distribute the work of Cauty's other project, The KLF.
Exhibitor location in the hall.
a specific area in the drawing. (Drawing Lesson 15)
The area around within or between images or elements.
Areas within or around an object. Real space occurs in and around real forms like sculpture and architecture. Illusion of space is created on a two-dimensional surface.
Space in a web site's page where ads are displayed. e-planning ad server spaces can have fixed or variable dimensions.
the three dimensions that we can move around in
In dance, one of the five elements of movement. Refers to where the body is moving. Includes: direction--forward, backward, sideways, diagonal, up, down; pathway (e.g., zigzag, curved, spiral, circle, straight); focus (e.g., direction body is facing, eye focus direction) level--high, medium, low (e.g., on the floor, kneeling, elevated) plane--horizontal, vertical, diagonal personal space and general space--how little, how much; around the body, within available space In visual arts, an element of art and design that pertains to the real or illusory 3-D expanse in which an image or the components of an image exist or appear to exist.
the 3-d continuous expanse and of the matter contained within
the unlimited expanse in which everything is located; "they tested his ability to locate objects in space"
Enlightenment concept to have a place for 'change' to take place. Change appears to be sequential, so also 'space' must be sequential. Easier is to see 'space' as equal to 'change'. Every change makes the 'old' space to history. The Japanese thinker Nishida Kitaro spoke about "nothingness", "eternal now" and "historical world" (see also time).
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Extension, considered independently of anything which it may contain; that which makes extended objects conceivable and possible.
a container for geometry objects
a Page Object with a one to one relationship with another Page Object
a continuous range of possible states, but with fewer degrees of freedom than the entire topology
The concept of “space” on the chessboard concerns the quality of a position that permits greater mobility or freedom of movement for pieces behind pawns of the same color. Space is the opposite of cramped. When a player's position is judged to have more space, then that player enjoys greater freedom of maneuver than his opponent. A player that enjoys more space can switch the play from one side of the board to the other more quickly. Space is one key quality in assessing a chess position. Category: Glossary 1 visitor(s) thought this was helpful. Do you
The amount of area of the chess board controlled by each side.
Keywords:  empty, interword, nay, ther, jungle
The area between all of the bodies in the universe. It is not empty! It contains magnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, gases, dust and other particles.
an empty area (usually bounded in some way between things); "the architect left space in front of the building"; "they stopped at an open space in the jungle"; "the space between his teeth"
The relatively empty parts of the universe.
A quantity or portion of extension; distance from one thing to another; an interval between any two or more objects; as, the space between two stars or two hills; the sound was heard for the space of a mile.
Quantity of time; an interval between two points of time; duration; time.
The distance or interval between words or letters in the lines, or between lines, as in books, on a computer screen, etc.
A page or section of a page bought for advertising purposes in a newspaper, magazine, or catalog.
one or more pages, or a fraction of a page, bought in a magazine or newspaper to promote a company, its products or services.
The pages in a magazine or newspaper which can be sold (as double spreads, foldouts, full, half and quarter pages) to advertisers
Keywords:  gap, ptt, stave, papyrus, filesystem
the gap between lines on a stave.
Used to refer to the width of the gap between adjacent tracks.
a character and not a 'gap'
Keywords:  dance, dancestar, lawler, ibiza, ewan
An element of dance that refers to the immediate spherical space surrounding the body in all directions. Use of space includes shape, direction, path, range, and level of movement. Space is also the location of a performed dance.
Space is a group of dance clubs well known for hosting many popular electronic music DJs such as Paul Van Dyk, Deep Dish, BT, Sasha, Erick Morillo, John Digweed, Steve Lawler, Pete Tong, David Morales, Tom Novy, and Ewan Pearson.
Space is one of Ibiza's most celebrated nightclubs, famous for its all-night, all-day parties. It was awarded Best Club in the World at the 2001 Dancestar awards and Best Global Club at the International Dance Music Awards in 2005 and again in 2006. Clubnights begin in the evening; however, they usually don't end until well into the afternoon the next day.
a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing; "he said the space is the most important character in the alphabet"
a blank area; "write your name in the space provided"
a blank square that is not a hole
This is a top-down space-exploration game written in c++ using CodeBlocks and MingW. It uses Ogre for rendering and OgreOpcode for collision detection. The editing data files info is out of date, feel free to leave comments, crits, whatever here.
Keywords:  masterpiece, filmmaking
a masterpiece filmmaking
High reflectance feature of a recording layer representing data that can be sensed by an optical system.
The reflective area of a writable optical disc. Equivalent to a land.
Space (Hyperspace in the United States) was a 2001 BBC documentary with various subtitles reflecting the specific topic.
There are too many different spaces in Mathematics to enumerate all. Generally, space is a set of points with additional features.
a public gallery set within the Chelsea Millbank campus as part of this new programme
a set of connections which is also a hologram
Where matter is not.
three-dimensional realm dependent on the presence of matter in which the Universe partially exists
Is what matter spreads its parts in. Since GOD is spirit and has no parts, HE does not occupy space. See 'Time'. *TS 60, *TB 13
Keywords:  ager, flounces, spoons, horns, iris
ager — Iris with flounces, horns or spoons
Absence of signal. In telegraph communications, a space represents the open condition or no current flowing. A space impulse is equivalent to a binary 0.
One of two possible states of a binary information element.
In telecommunications, the absence of a signal. Equivalent to a binary «0».
Keywords:  michener, james, novel, published
Space is a novel by James A. Michener published in 1982.
Keywords:  walk, rove, roam, path, course
Walk; track; path; course.
To walk; to rove; to roam.
a container that holds zero or more elements
a container that holds zero or more envelopes
An enclosed space within a building. The classifications of spaces are as follows (see conditioned and unconditioned space) for the purpose of determining building envelope requirements.
a non-placeable geom that can contain other geoms
an organizing and scheduling container
Keywords:  everybody, wants
What everybody wants.
Keywords:  schtuff, site, web
a web site within schtuff
consists of all measurable functions defined on a measure space with measure which are such that | f(x)| is integrable, with the norm taken as |||| = (ò| f(x)| dm(x)) 1/p.
Space is a contextual noun used to partially describe the abstract competitive set of the subject or subjects . The members of the space will almost always be Companies who supply services to customers. The important attributes of that particular space are defined by context and the adjectives applied to it.
Keywords:  anarchist, center, community
an anarchist community center
a natural conduit for passing messages between master and workers, due to the decoupled programming style it encourages
(a) a physical, mental or spiritual space independent of what lies within it; (b) having hope or praying; (c) holding space for new awareness, growth and success for self and others
a collection of entities called points
SMI Premium Accounting, Collection, and Enrollment
Keywords:  gis, earth, atmosphere, universe, sharp
that portion of the universe outside the earth or its atmosphere; -- called also outer space.
In a GIS context this means position on the earth's surface. Its meaning is very similar to location.
The universe beyond Earth's atmosphere. The boundary at which the atmosphere ends and space begins is not sharp but starts at approximately 100 miles above Earth's surface.
This article is about the English band. For other uses, see Space (disambiguation).
Keywords:  pleasant, inviting, term
a much more pleasant and inviting term
a clearly demarcated segment of tissue or potential cavity
Keywords:  scarce, minus, sectors, commodity, few
a scarce commodity here, "While there are quite a few options available in the A-minus to B sectors of the market
For cassette I/O, this is a 3995-Hz frequency output to the cassette tape as a delimiter in conjunction with mark tones.
A space is a long period of silence encountered during a modem connection.
clear opening between adjacent parallel wires.
Actual clear opening or space between the inside edge of two parallel wires.
a popular allowed human readable alternative
the space on a lot for the interment of human remains.
Keywords:  letter, words, cast, printing, ink
A small piece of metal cast lower than a face type, so as not to receive the ink in printing, -- used to separate words or letters.
To arrange or adjust the spaces in or between; as, to space words, lines, or letters.
(printing) a block of type without a raised letter; used for spacing between words
The part of the printed page that is not occupied by print or other images. The ground or complement of the image.
That part of a printed medium in which advertisements are placed.
The territory controlled by each player.
The squares controlled by a player. A player controlling more squares than the other is said to have a spatial advantage.
A contiguous range of virtual addresses within the system wide virtual address space.
a centre for display as well as a centre for debate and for networking
a huge step in the right direction for the User Experience realm
Keywords:  room, ceiling, roof, extension, walls
Place, having more or less extension; room.
a room defined by its own set of walls, ceiling, and/or roof
resource needed by all organisms; most pronounced need by organisms that require substrate.
Keywords:  ram, capacity, medium, disk, storage
In generic terms, capacity of some computing resource (e.g. RAM or storage capacity on a storage medium such as a hard disk drive).
Keywords:  distinctions, domain
a domain of distinctions
The amount of memory used by an algorithm (as in space complexity).
A collection of physical and logical resources, users, and groups which share information. Determined using domain names and port numbers.
Keywords:  bidding, see
See: Bidding space.
Keywords:  website, hosting
About website hosting space
a special file entry (EA File Entry) that pointed by the main file/directory file entry
Keywords:  pile, left, removing, cards
what is left after removing all the cards from a pile.
Keywords:  negative, see
see Negative space
Keywords:  possibility
a possibility
Keywords:  industry, market, mean, term
A term used to mean "industry" or "market".
Keywords:  short, time
A short time; a while.