Definitions for "Impact "
To affect or influence, especially in a significant or undesirable manner; as, budget cuts impacted the entire research program; the fish populations were adversely impacted by pollution.
An assessment of the adverse effect of the risk occurring. Used in risk analysis as one part of the assessment of a risk, the other being likelihood [D03856] PNG The assessment of the adverse effects of an occurring risk. [D00803] WST
Any effect, whether anticipated or unanticipated, positive or negative, brought about by a development intervention. In some cases, ‘impact' refers to the long-term effects of an intervention on broad development goals. (See also ‘Output' and ‘Outcome'.)
The effect of the project/ programme on its wider environment, and its contribution to the wider sectoral objectives summarised in the project's/ programme Overall Objectives.
A change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organization's activities, products or services.
a change in the values or resources attributable to a human activity
The harm or consequences to a project of a risk if it occurs. Usually expressed on a relative scale such as low, medium or high. Lessons Learned: A set of statements captured after completion of a project or a portion of a project. The statements describe in a neutral way what did or did not work well, along with a statement regarding the risk of ignoring the lesson. Capturing and sharing the lessons learned is an important part of process improvement. Maintenance And Operations: The process of keeping an information technology application running and performing its functions on a routine basis. Project activities do not include maintenance and operations tasks.
a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
a change in consequence that results from an activity
To collide forcefully with; to strike.
The moment when the ball strikes the club.
The act of striking. The forcible momentary contact of a moving body with another either moving or at rest.
Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated.
The force of impression of one thing on another.
A forceful contact, collision, or onset
Keywords:  slug, punch, die, cold, confining
a product formed by striking a cold "slug" of aluminum, held in a die cavity, with a rapidly moving punch
A part formed in a confining die from a metal slug, usually cold, by rapid single stroke application of force through a punch, causing the metal to flow around the punch and/or through an opening in the punch or die.
the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat; "the armies met in the shock of battle"
Intensive Motivational Program of Alternative Correctional Treatment. This is the state's correctional boot camp program, which currently has two sites: Hoffman and Morganton. The program is a 90-day shock incarceration with military discipline and heavy reliance on physical labor and personal growth rehabilitation. A shock incarceration program is a short, intensive period of incarceration usually for young or first-time offenders to deter later criminal activity. The program is operated by the Division of Prisons, therefore an admission to IMPACT is counted as a prison admission, but a term at IMPACT is considered a special condition of a probationary sentence.
Shock loads caused by dynamic application.
Keywords:  mosby, ella, donlevy, dratler, leeder
Impact is a 1949 film noir starring Brian Donlevy and Ella Raines. Impact was filmed entirely in California and included scenes at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. The film was based on a story by film noir writer Jay Dratler.
Impact is a monthly magazine published in the United Kingdom. It covers the field of action entertainment: including Hong Kong action cinema, worldwide martial arts films, Hollywood productions, anime and manga, and Eastern cinema in general. It is presently edited by John Mosby, with Mike Leeder acting as Eastern Editor from the Hong Kong office.
International Multi-lateral Partnership Against Cyber-Terrorism
a Los Angeles County Multi-jurisdictional, multi-agency taskforce that investigates narcotics associated with Clandestine Laboratories
IMPACT (International Multi-user Plasma, Atmospheric and Cosmic dust Twin laboratory) is a successful merger of many different science communities that need similar instrumentation and resources. IMPACT is a merger of IMPF (International Microgravity Plasma Facility) and ICAPS (Interactions in Cosmic and Atmospheric Particle Systems), originally conceived as two separate experimental facilities, both with their own development history. In May 2002, the dedicated scientific advisory boards for the IMPF and ICPAS recommended the combination of the two experiments into one ESA research laboratory.
The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest.
Impact is a realist sans-serif typeface designed by Geoffrey Lee in 1965 and released by the Stephenson Blake foundry. Its ultra-thick strokes, compressed letterspacing, and minimal interior counterform are specifically aimed, as its name suggests, to "impact." Impact has a high x-height, reaching nearly to three-quarters the capital line.
Impact is a finite element program for simulation of dynamic events such as car crashes or other large deformation events. It is kept very simple to make it intuitive to use and easy to change and extend. The program includes a NURBS based pre-processor for modelling, a solver with editor, a post-processor, and a graph plotter for results viewing.
Information Management Program and Case Tracking
Inventory management program and control technique.
Provides precise rotational positioning for perforating guns or similar devices used for reentry operations which require perforating the short string section in a dual or multiple completion well.
Usually produced from a higher grade of material for use with rattle guns and other compressed air tools
The extent to which the program has made a long-term change in the attitudes, behavior, or health of the program participants.
the extent of harm to a system that results from a threat's exploitation of a system vulnerability [DoD 00
Two meanings: (i) extent to which a particular advertisement is noticed by viewers or listeners; or (ii) specifically, one discrete exposure to an advertisement (in this instance, a synonym of 'impression').
a one-of-its-kind wrestling property featuring the innovative six-sided ring, giving many more angles to the wrestler to catapult and attack his opponent
Keywords:  wedge, firmly, press, pack, together
To drive close; to press firmly together: to wedge into a place.
press or wedge together; pack together
Impact was a short-lived comic book published by EC Comics in 1955 as part of its New Direction line. The bi-monthly comic, published by Bill Gaines and edited by Al Feldstein, began with an issue cover-dated March-April, 1955. It ran for five issues, ending with the November-December, 1955 issue.
Terminal Adapter manufactured by 3Com Corporation.
The weight, importance, or relevance of an argument is known as the impact. The impact can also be considered to be the terminal end of a causal chain of events. For example, the negative might argue that the affirmative spends large amounts of money which in turn causes an economic downturn which leads to international conflict that results in nuclear war. The nuclear war is the terminal impact to that particular chain of events.
Measures the actual impact of libraries (e.g. "How students' use of libraries affect their academic performance.") (Hernon & Altman, "Service Quality in Academic Libraries", p. 29)
The degree of success of a campaign; the reaching of consumers.
A measurement of customer reaction to advertising and merchandising.
Advertising awareness generated by a transit campaign.
An Additional Peril that can be added to a Fire policy. It covers damage to your property, notably buildings, by any road vehicle. Old wordings used to exclude the insured's own vehicles, so it is worth checking if you have a risk with own vehicles at your premises. Even older wordings included damage by horses and cattle! A small excess is normally imposed - in other words you have to carry a proportion of the loss yourself.
The relative harm or damage to a project if a risk becomes a problem, usually expressed either as a dollar amount or on a scale from 1 to 10
Stress in a structure caused by the force of a vibratory, dropping,, or moving loads. This is generally a percentage of the live load.
force directed against a body by any means (can include blow, falls and other impacts).
Integrated Model of Plumes and Atmosphere in Complex Terrain
A change in the chemical, physical, or biological quality or condition of a water body caused by external sources (USEPA Region 5).
Keywords:  windshield, hits, break, object, occurs
This is the most common break. It occurs when an object hits the windshield.
IMPACT (sometimes spelled Impact) is a computer graphics architecture for Silicon Graphics computer workstations. IMPACT Graphics was developed in 1995 and was available as a high-end graphics option on workstations released during the mid-1990s. IMPACT graphics gives the workstation real-time 2D and 3 D graphics rendering capability similar to that of even high-end PCs made well after IMPACT's introduction.
A statement that explains what the implications are to the current products should a proposal be approved.
a new system of rating basketball player performance
Keywords:  you're, speech, topic, sub, previous
a short statement at the end of a sub-point that establishes the importance of your previous words to a larger point -- either the topic of your speech as a whole, or to the sub-area of the speech you're currently in
Keywords:  ministries, college, age, short, term
Short term ministries [college age
Imaging Performance Assessment of CT scanners. The UK's CT scanner evaluation group. Link
Implementing Agency for Cooperation and Training
Impact is the cost to the enterprise, which may or may not be measured in purely financial terms.
Keywords:  dies, blow, coming, together, two
The blow of two dies coming together.
Keywords:  long, work, organization, term
The long-term results of the work of an organization.
Keywords:  see
see "Results".