The region of a window that contains data; for HyperChem, a molecular system.
(1) (n.) The current screen display, the icon s and window s it contains, and the unoccupied screen area where you can place object(2) (n.) A specially designated (but standard) directory and its subdirectory hierarchy. Usually, each developer on a project works in his or her own isolated workspace concurrently with other developers who are programming in other workspaces.
A window or task management technique that consists of a container holding a set of objects, where the windows of the contained objects are constrained to a parent window. Similar to the multiple document interface, except that the windows displayed within the parent window corresponding to objects that are also contained in the workspace.