Definitions for "Context"
The part or parts of something written or printed, as of Scripture, which precede or follow a text or quoted sentence, or are so intimately associated with it as to throw light upon its meaning.
The range of personal, social, historical, cultural and workplace conditions in which a text is responded to and composed.
for a given semantic unit, the totality of un its that have an influence on it (active context), and on which it has an influence (passive context). The context has as many zones of locality as there are layers of complexity.
The spatial relationships of archaeological items and samples within a site. "Primary Context" refers to materials found in their original position; "Secondary Context" refers to materials which have been displaced and redeposited by disturbance factors; "Geological Context" is the relationship of the archaeological finds to geological strata.
The background information that enhances understanding of technical and business environments to which the records relate, eg metadata, application software, logical business models, and the provenance (ie address, title, link to function or activity, agency, program or section).
Usually a detailed description of the exact location of an artefact or archaeological feature which demonstrates its provenance and its association with other remains.
an environment where shared Business Terms are used with an agreed-to meaning. See Chapter 4
The environment within which a communication or response occurs. The context is one of the cues that elicit specific responses.
Here refers to public health and ecological assessment of the contribution of any particular environmental hazard to health, safety, or the environment.
The location of an object in the Directory tree.
Objects, materials, or space around an object that can help archaeologists interpret the object's meaning or use.
The interrelated conditions in which an object exists or occurs. Objects may exist in a variety of contexts. The meaning of an object often varies with changes in its context.
Information displayed about the account currently being referenced by the system.
A connection between an instance of a GSI Interface residing in a G2 knowledge base and a bridge process. You can have multiple contexts between a single bridge process and one or more GSI Interfaces in one or more G2 processes. See also current context.
In PeopleCode, determines which buffer fields can be contextually referenced and which is the current row of data on each scroll level when a PeopleCode program is running. In PeopleSoft Enterprise Incentive Management, a mechanism that is used to determine the scope of a processing run. PeopleSoft Enterprise Incentive Management uses three types of context: plan, period, and run-level.
A collection of managed objects that are accessible by an SNMP entity. The name for a subset of managed objects.
A context represents a subset of a view and presents only the relevant information for the current step of the mapping process. The contexts can be seen as horizontal subsets of a view - a given set of ontological entities and relationships from a view are presented.
that subset of existing mentally represented assumptions which inteacts with newly impinging information (whether received via perception or communication) to give rise to contextual effects.
Keywords:  fsd, vlist, teb, framebuffer, unbinding
The setting in which students receive their primary instructional program. Technical Working Group on Large-Scale Assessments for Special Education. (2005).
The execution state of a thread at any given moment: For a user-mode thread, the platform-dependent register state, kernel stack, TEB, and user stack in the address space of the process to which the thread belongs. For a kernel-mode thread, the platform-dependent register state and kernel stack. Kernel-mode threads have neither a TEB nor a user-mode context, but they must have an associated process. See also process object. Most kernel-mode drivers do not have a context in this sense. Unless a driver (such as an FSD) creates its own process and/or thread(s), it does not have its own stack space or register state. For each driver, the set of objects it owns and the IRPs that it can access in the device queue associated with its device object or any driver-created internal queue(s) can be considered all or part of its context.
(2) Setting; what the numbers represent. Numbers nearly always have a context, such as four pancakes or twelve inches. Also called “units.
The way the mainpoint, storyline, subject or idea is presented. This includes visual as well as audio elements. Opacity The level of transparency through an object, layer or element.
Sometimes you can control the type of value-either array or scalar-that is returned from a function. If you place parentheses around the function call, the return value will be placed in an array (of course, it might only be a one-element array). Function calls that are themselves parameters to another function are usually evaluated in an array context also. You can use the scalar() function to create a scalar context. This is valuable when determining the size of an array. For example, scalar(@array) will return the number of elements in @array. Note Functions can use the wantarray() function to determine their own calling context. Appendix C, "Function List," has an example that uses the wantarray() function.
A single unit of excavation, which is often referred to numerically, and can be any feature, layer or single element of a structure. A pit for example would have a context number for the cut and a separate number for each fill within the cut.
The security data relevant to a connection. A context contains information such as a session key and duration of the session.
Information about the workspace that determines what data the session can see in the workspace. The context can be retrieved using the GetSessionInfo procedure
Based Access Control (CBAC) This feature, built into the Cisco IOS software, allows advanced packet session filtering to all routable traffic. By configuring ACLs, traffic can be permitted or denied from being processed and forwarded.
context is a sphere of activity, a geographical region, a communication platform, an application, a logical or physical domain. [Source: Stefan Brands.] Practically, a context is only relavent in an interaction. context might also be referred to as presence. [Source: Jaco Aizenman.
The collective name for Puma's target program, the directory where the target program executes, and the pathname of the file to which Puma writes the collected data. Puma context also includes any search directories you have provided for target source files.
The context defines which part of the NetWare Directory Services(TM) tree is searched for users, servers, and resources.
JMU has organized Novell Directory Services to reflect a departmental structure. When the HelpDesk refers to your "context", it is referring to the location of your account within the database. You can learn more and determine your context here.
The dialplan is composed of one or more extension contexts. Each extension context is itself simply a collection of extensions. Each extension context in a dialplan has a unique name associated with it. The use of contexts can be used to implement a number of important features, such as security, routing, autoattendant, multilevel menus, authentication, callback, privacy, macros, etc... See also: Dialplan
the inner or body tissue of a fruiting body that supports the fruiting surface.
The inner or body tissue of a fruit body which supports the hymenophore in the larger and especially the pileate species of Hymenomycetes. ( 17)
The state information necessary to manage multiple, sequential calls to SDK routines. Specifically, the opaque data structure containing the state information (context variables).
A pointer to a custom data structure that contains state information shared among the functions in a printing dialog extension.
Information retained between invocations of functionality. When using a resource manager, the client sets up an association or context within the resource manager by issuing an open() call and getting back a file descriptor. The resource manager is responsible for storing the information required by the context (see OCB). When the client issues further file-descriptor based messages, the resource manager uses the OCB to determine the context for interpretation of the client's messages.
DODEs model a partial context for a specific domain. New problems/tasks are solved, by articulating the task against this context.
A view of a set of related modeling elements for a particular purpose, such as specifying an operation.
context specifies an access pattern (or path): a set of interfaces which give you a way to interact with a model. For example, imagine a model with different colored arcs connecting data nodes. A context might be a sheet of colored acetate that is placed over the model allowing you a partial view of the total information in the model.
Keywords:  vpn
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Keywords:  juicy, parts
The juicy parts
The interior or body portion of a conk or a mushroom. The context supports the reproductive structures.
Keywords:  knit, together, woven, close, firm
Knit or woven together; close; firm.
To knit or bind together; to unite closely.
Keywords:  flesh, fungus
the flesh of the fungus
Keywords:  acceptor, peers, aware, valid, decrypt
A “state of trust” between two applications. When a context has successfully been established between two peers, the context acceptor is aware that the context initiator is who it claims to be, and can verify and decrypt messages sent to it. If the context includes mutual authentication, then initiator knows the acceptor's identity is valid and can also verify and/or decrypt messages from it.
Context identifies where an activity can be completed. This horizontal classification helps you organise your day, for example by grouping together things that require a telephone call, or could be done while travelling. ResultsManager maintains a master list of Contexts that can be assigned to Activities in any map.
A specific group of configuration parameters used to provide services that is separated from other groups of configuration parameters. Multiple context support allows numerous like or disparate services to exist on the same physical hardware.
An area in the → configuration files where certain types of → directives are allowed. See: Terms Used to Describe Apache Directives
The Context is the family or entity group to which a Dashboard measure belongs. The purpose of a context is to enable you to make groups of related measures that are of a manageable size.
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An information source for scenarios. It provides background or a frame of reference.
The unity of aspects that connects content in order to give meaning and continuity.
Internal abstraction used to define a safe communication space for processes. Within a communicator, context separates point-to-point and collective communications.
The declarations, #define's, etc. which are used in the definition of another item.
Keywords:  argument, see, name
See Name context.
See argument context.
See Fundamental directive, context, and server area concepts on HTTP Server (powered by Apache) for additional information.
Keywords:  global, port, net, section, local
(of a net) Refers to whether the net is local, global, or a port. See the "Net context" section.
Keywords:  whole, sense, looking
the sense when looking at the whole.
Keywords:  recognizer, see
See "recognizer context."
Keywords:  language
(and language)
Keywords:  project, group, files
A project; a group of files