Definitions for "Token"
Something intended or supposed to represent or indicate another thing or an event; a sign; a symbol; as, the rainbow is a token of God's covenant established with Noah.
Something given or shown as a symbol or guarantee of authority or right; a sign of authenticity, of power, good faith, etc.
A fundamental symbol as processed by syntax analysis. A token may be an identifier 'Result', a reserved keyword if, a compound symbol '=', or a single character '+'.
The basic syntactic unit of a computing language. A token consists of one or more characters, excluding the blank character, and excluding characters within a string constant or delimited identifier.
An atomic piece of data that the filter will be acting on. If text documents are being filtered a token would probably be a sequence of characters from the alphabet (in other words a word). If an image is being procesed a token may be a sequence of bytes describing a pixel or group of pixels. I call it atomic in that the filter will never need to dissect the token in any way, however the filter will require a Hash function and comparison operators. In addition the buckets will require a way to read and write tokens to a std::stream.
The Token Bucket model was developed by modifying the Leaky Bucket model. The "token" in this case is a gating process for movement of cells through a policing action.
A livid spot upon the body, indicating, or supposed to indicate, the approach of death.
A password or character sequence used by network nodes to gain access to the network. A token is passed through the network, removed by nodes wishing to transmit, and then returned to the network.
A physical device used in the authentication of an individual. A type of 'Key', usually held in the possession of the individual. Examples include USB tokens or smart cards.
A bit of leather having a peculiar mark designating a particular miner. Each hewer sends one of these with each corf or tub he has hewn.
In BASIC, an 8-bit byte containing a particular execution code.
A networking format that uses a combination of bits to grant transmission privileges for a work station on a LAN. This series of bit also carries other important information like routing information, access control information, source and destination addresses. When a computer on a LAN has been given the token, it has been given permission to transmit. Think of a token like a baton in a relay race; you have to wait until you have it in your hand before you run.
A piece of metal intended for currency, and issued by a private party, usually bearing the name of the issuer, and redeemable in lawful money. Also, a coin issued by government, esp. when its use as lawful money is limited and its intrinsic value is much below its nominal value.
To betoken.
As defined here at CGO] Any coin that does not show any variation of the word, "DOLLAR," or "CENT." [Note this term is used here at CGO to differentiate Cal s from token
Keywords:  troll, gratitude, feast, sca, denote
Any small item given to another individual in gratitude or for other reasons. A "site token" is frequently given at the Troll area to denote that the site fee has been paid.
an item, usually worn, which shows you have paid the necessary fees to be at an SCA event or feast.  Acquired from the troll.
A device that involves the reader in some way, often consisting of a perforated label that the reader removes from a sheet and sticks to a designated place on the order card, signifying a desire to buy.
Involvement device, often consisting of a perforated portion of an order card designed to be removed from its original position and placed in another designated area (usually 'yes' or 'no'.) on the order card, to signify a desire to purchase the product or service offered. It is a means to get involvement on the part of the prospect.
An involvement device, usually consisting of an order card designed to be removed from its original position and placed in a designated area on another card, which will signify a desire to subscribe or purchase.
Keywords:  wie, zeichen, parsens, menge, sprache
Eine Menge von Zeichen, die zum Zwecke des Parsens als Einheit behandelt werden, so wie die Worte in einer natürlichen Sprache.
A memorial of friendship; something by which the friendship of another person is to be kept in mind; a memento; a souvenir.
A marker with the railway logo on it that represents a railroad station of that company. On the stock market, it represents the share price of that railway. Square tokens are used to represent the par value of a company.
something of sentimental value
a little piece of information, hidden in the e-mail header, that can have attributes, such as monetary value (making it a stamp), identity, and representations about message content, among other things
a representation of a monster card
a representation of security related information and may be used to represent and substantiate a claim
A parameter of the CICS SPOOLREAD and SPOOLWRITE commands used to identify the report being spooled.
a code that is used to identify the basic pieces of the source code
a significant piece of a program's source code
an alias for a piece of data in a variable or message that needs to be used by a choreography
an alias that can be used to reference parts of a variable
a variable that stores configurable properties
tracer or tag which is attached by the receiving server to the address (URL) of a page requested by a user. A token lasts only through a continuous series of requests by a user, regardless of the length of the interval between requests. Tokens can be used to count unique users.
a group of security attributes permanently attached to a process when a user logs on to the operating system
a kernel object that caches part of a user's security profile, including the user SID, group SIDs, and privileges ( WhatIsAPrivilege )
A piece of metal given beforehand to each person in the congregation who is permitted to partake of the Lord's Supper.
a special weapon or artifact based on a mythological, folk-tale, legendary or historical artifact and possesses great powers
A "placeholder" for a value determined by the LGX engine at runtime.
Any piece of money whose nominal value is greater than its intrinsic value is, strictly speaking, a token or promise.
This roughly corresponds to a word. In addition to single-word tokens, the filter keeps track of token pairs, which can greatly increase the accuracy of Bayesian filtering.
individual word. Compare type.
a particular instance of a word with a special meaning attached to it
Keywords:  medallet, currency
medallet used as currency
a keyword, name or punctuation mark
a keyword, variable name, number, function name, or some other place where you would obviously not want to insert a space or a line break
a language element such as a keyword or operator
a means of brining the covenant to our remembrance
Token was a Formula One constructor from the United Kingdom. They participated in 4 grands prix, entering a total of 4 cars.
See Simultaneous Access Token.
a security mechanism which can be enabled on your web site to restrict access to certain pages of your web site
token - See access token.
Keywords:  tally, see
Keywords:  leila, we've, invention, old, going
an old Leila invention, but we've kept it going
an object representing a resource that is available on a computer, such as a voice, recognizer, or an audio input device
a reference to an entry in a recognizer's vocabulary , often referred to as the lexicon
A physical device - electronic key - which must be recognised by a computer resource before access is allowed.
Keywords:  shuttle, weaver, jacquard, loom, signal
In a Jacquard loom, a colored signal to show the weaver which shuttle to use.
A hardware security token containing a user's private key(s), public key certificate, and, optionally, a cache of other certificates, including all certificates in the user's certification chain.
a collection of keys, certificates, and CRLs
a key that is associated with a user
A descriptor record returned by an object accessor function that identifies a requested Apple event object in a specified container.
a caller-opaque type that GSSAPI uses to maintain synchronization between the context data structures at each end of a GSSAPI security context
1) A transmission from the present bus master that grants bus mastership to a station. Mastership is required for a station to originate communication. 2) The logical right to initiate communication.
a normalizedString that has no leading or trailing spaces, and does not have two or more spaces in a row
Keywords:  pointer
a pointer to a state
A data item in the header of an encrypted e-mail message that holds an encrypted copy of the secret key used to encrypt the message; usually encrypted with the recipient’s public key so that only the recipient can decrypt it.
A frame which represents the evolving state of the execution of a Hub program. A token is similar to the local memory state of a function or a procedure. See also frame, message.
a security status message summarizing Pass and Fail results for test collections in an inspector's domain
Keywords:  quires, ten, half, sheets, commonly
Ten and a half quires, or, commonly, 250 sheets, of paper printed on both sides; also, in some cases, the same number of sheets printed on one side, or half the number printed on both sides.
Keywords:  tip, dealer, chips, player, money
This is the dealers term for a tip given to a dealer from a player.
A tip given to the dealer in the form of money or chips.
On railways, a token is a physical object which a locomotive driver is required to have or see before entering onto a particular section of single track. The token is clearly endorsed with the name of the section it belongs to.
Keywords:  tablet, staff, another, term
Another term for a staff or tablet.
a segment that corresponds to a particular linguistic unit on the scale of rank
an identifier, numerical constant, operator, etc
a numeric value generated by a proprietary hash function
Keywords:  yes, did, small, thing, data
a small amount of data
a small thing,--yes--but what is our you did
a compiler-design term
a part of a program that the compiler treats as a separate unit
an atomic unit with respect to meaning the language being analyzed
A configuration of matter and/or energy that may or may not be a sign; anything that does not necessarily convey meaning. Also referred to as a signal.
a mark that can only be in places and that changes places according to the firing of the transitions
Keywords:  stamp, time, see
See Time-Stamp Token
a money substitute in metallic form, rather than in paper
Keywords:  text, field, indexed, item, occurence
an occurence of a term from the text of a Field
a text item to be indexed
Keywords:  instance, type
an instance of a type
Keywords:  xml, item, name, information
An information item such as an XML Name which has been tokenized.
Keywords:  packet, control, information
A packet of control information.
Keywords:  simple, structure
a very simple structure
An event in an ordered signal process network.
Keywords:  appears, source, unit, file, type
a type of unit that appears in a source file
Keywords:  security, see
See Security Token.