Definitions for "Transparent"
Having the property of transmitting rays of light, so that bodies can be distinctly seen through; pervious to light; diaphanous; pellucid; as, transparent glass; a transparent diamond; -- opposed to opaque.
Admitting the passage of light; open; porous; as, a transparent veil.
Allows light to pass through, clear or colors.
Pertaining to a function or object that a user can use without seeing it.
A reference to a procedure or activity that occurs automatically and does not have to be considered by the user.
A technology is transparent when the interface does not hinder the task it is being used for in any way. The medium does not interfere with the content, it allows the user to look through the medium rather than look at the medium itself. A good user interface is transparent when it is intuitive-- when the user instantly understands what must be done to perform the desired task. A technology is transparent when it allows a task to be performed "as the user would expect", i.e. without specialized knowledge of how to operate the technology. Transparency in technology is especially good for helping people become familiar with it; yet when an author wants to encourage thinking about the medium itself (see escher effect), transparency may be a burden. [ m-w online
We are using transparent to refer to file formats which can be accessed without recourse to special algorithms. For example, an uncompressed TIFF image file could be read, pixel by pixel, by any application that can handle images, but a GIF file compressed using the Lempel-Ziv algorithm could only be displayed using an application that is able to process that algorithm.
Able to see through the paint clearly.
Coloured vinyl which can also be seen through quite clearly.
Describes a computer operation that does not require user intervention, i.e. the user is unaware that it is taking place.
Refers to a connection (TCP) or data stream (UDP) sent by a client directly to a server, in which the client is unaware of the intervening gateway. The opposite of non-transparent. Transparent access is routinely used for outbound traffic so that clients are unaware of the intervening gateway. This is sometimes referred to as server-side transparency, because the true server, and not the gateway, is the target of the connection.
A term used to describe satellite systems or satellite transponders that do not alter the basic format of the signals they receive before retransmitting them. A transparent transponder simply converts signals to a lower frequency and amplifies them prior to retransmission, as opposed to regenerative transponders or on-board processing (see Regenerative and OBP respectively).
There are several definitions for transparent. 1) An action run by a program that is done without user intervention. 2) In web graphics, an image whose background takes on the background of the window it is placed in.
graphics are often converted to a "transparent" format. This makes the graphic look like it is placed directly on the web page background, regardless of what that background is.
A property of an image that allows the background of the web page to show through the background of an image.
Keywords:  kia, zos, collaboration, coil, band
Transparent is the first release by the band Coil. It was a collaboration with Zos Kia and credited to "Zos Kia/Coil".
Keywords:  deceit, free
free of deceit
Keywords:  transpose, transport
Transport Transpose
Characteristics of a process where the rationale, the logic of development, constraints, assumptions, value judgements, limitations and uncertainties of the expressed determination are fully and systematically stated, documented and accessible for review. [10
Keywords:  thru, guts, see, module, completely
See thru.
See module transparent.
Transparent means see-through. This usually means that the skin of an organism is completely see-through and you can see its guts
Of a D latch, operating so that the Q output follows the D input.
make this color transparent within the image
Inks that do not block out the colored inks that they print over, but instead blend with them to create intermediate colors.
A type of communication in which the original characters are transmitted exactly as received.
Keywords:  difficulty, parent, level, term, see
Possible to see through. Parent Term: Transparency Difficulty Level
Keywords:  material, you, see, one
a transparent material is one that you can see through