Definitions for "Transformation"
A change in disposition, heart, character, or the like; conversion.
Permanent, heritable alteration in a cell resulting from the uptake and incorporation of a foreign DNA. Also, conversion of a "normal" mammalian cell into a cell with cancer-like properties usually induced by treatment with a virus or other cancer-causing agent.
Process of introducing into an organism new genetic information that can be stably maintained.
The act of transforming, or the state of being transformed; change of form or condition.
Any change in an organism which alters its general character and mode of life, as in the development of the germ into the embryo, the egg into the animal, the larva into the insect (metamorphosis), etc.; also, the change which the histological units of a tissue are prone to undergo. See Metamorphosis.
Change of one from of material into another, as in assimilation; metabolism; metamorphosis.
Conversion of primary to secondary forms of energy and eventually further transformation (e.g. coking coal to coke, crude oil to petroleum products, heavy fuel oil to electricity, natural gas to town gas).
a rule describing the conversion of one syntactic structure into another related syntactic structure
Incineration, pyrolysis, distillation, gasification, or biological conversion of waste by means other than composting.
Transformation is the process for converting the native format to a standard format. See also: Preservation Last Reviewed: 2003-03-01
a painstaking process
a process of converging to stable state consistent with the conservation laws
We are eternal creatures in transitional form. Our ultimate being does not reside in the temporal world, though it is meant to have a temporal and physical existence. The ultimate mode of human being is a form so transcendent to this one, that it is hardly to be recognized, though what it presently is is connected and essential its final outcome.
an expression of how Eternal Creation and human powers function
Keywords:  skolnick, alex, trio, sophomore, album
Transformation is the sophomore album by the Alex Skolnick Trio, released on September 14, 2004.
The illusion of turning an object or person into something or someone else.
Alchemical process of raising the vibration of thought to a higher level of love. The experience of changing fear into love and death into life. Divine Transformation can only be used to achieve greater awareness and freedom from fear and fear's illusions.
Keywords:  hats, widgets, jsp, screen, host
a JSP file that defines how to customize specific host screens of your HATS project
A HATS resource that specifies how to convert components of a host screen into widgets on a Web page.
a function that maps every position (x,y) into a new posistion (x',y')
a mapping (correspondence) between points
a mapping f of A onto B such that each elements of B is the image of exactly one element of A
A shift in perception that opens up new ways of experiencing the world and allows for personal growth is referred to as transformation.
a shift in how we experience the world, and these shifts happen continually, often just beyond our notice
The inner process of going beyond the level of understanding or experience one has previously attained and its behavioral expression. An example might be experiencing self acceptance by understanding one's experience in a larger perspective. In philosophical terms it involves making what is subject into object and attaining a new level of subjectivity in a dialectic process.
The manipulation of data to bring it into conformance with the business rules, domain rules, integrity rules, and with other data within the warehouse environment.
The process of manipulating data. Any manipulation beyond copying is a transformation. Examples include cleansing, aggregating, and integrating data from multiple sources.
Transformation is the term used for new methods in warfare integrating communication and technology.
An inference about the systemic context based on archaeological objects.
a process that takes, as input, an object of Web content in one format and produces, as output, a different object of Web content in the same format (e
a rule that acts upon certain types of objects and yields other objects
In United States copyright law, transformation is a possible justification that use of a copyrighted work may qualify as fair use, i.e., that a certain use of a work does not infringe its holder's copyright due to the public interest in the usage. Transformation is an important issue in deciding whether a use meets the first factor of the fair-use test, and is generally critical for determining whether a use is in fact fair, although no one factor is dispositive.
The modification of source data prior to its insertion into the target. ()
a sequence of operations that we applied to each row in a data source before we bring it through to the destination
a sequence of procedural operations that is applied to the information in the data source before it gets stored in the specified destination
Turning something into something else (one character into another, one object into another, one environment into another).
a sequence of combinations of a match and a merge between AVPLs, and are used to operate against another AVPL
procedure to transfer features from one projection surface to the corresponding position on another projection surface by graphical or analytical methods.
The mathematical relationship between the variables such as x and t, as observed in different frames of reference.
a image which is created by transforming raw image data into an entirely new image using mathematical formulas (or algorithms) to calculate a new digital number for each pixel in an image
A mathematical or logical operation on data to produce calculated data.
Keywords:  rte, filter, kind, output, database
a kind of filter which the output of the RTE is passed through before it's returned to the database
a rule for moving every point in a plane figure to a new location
A rule that establishes a one-to-one correspondence between each point in the plane and another point in the plane, called its image (Lesson 8.1).
a bi-level query over superimposed information and base information (using the context mechanism )
a one-to-one correlation between two works in different languages and is merely a reproduction
a computational way of generating representations from other representations (not necessarily in the same language)