A basic component e.g. of the work breakdown structure. Level 3 of the system hierarchy. [D02700] RMW
The basic "building block" used to model physical systems using the finite-element method. In SUTRA, each element is a quadrilateral (2D) or a generalized hexahedron (3D).
A planar surface with 3 or more vertices. Element data is imported from the supported geometry files, or it can be created within WinTherm. Elements = facets = polygons = triangles or quadrilaterals = face. WinTherm expects convex elements.
the basic unit of a squadron, about 12 cadets
A basic building block (point, line string, or polygon) of a geometry.
An element is the basic building block of the unit of competency. Elements describe the tasks that make up the broader function or job, described by the unit. From Training Package for Assessment and Workplace Training
This is the basic building block of Regional ITS Architectures and Project ITS Architectures. It is the name used by stakeholders to describe a system or piece of a system.
In the jargon of some electronic keyboards, the most basic sound component. (See "Partial")
An element is a variable contained within a class. These are sometimes referred to as data fields or members. All three terms are basically synonymous.
A thing of significance about which information is recorded; a component at the most useful, basic level.
One of the basic conditions of the atmosphere discussed in this FMH (wind, visibility, runway visual range, weather, obscurations, sky condition, temperature and dewpoint, and pressure). See parameter.
A basic unit of text within a descriptive markup language.
A basic characteristic or quality in astrological interpretation given to the signs of the zodiac. The astrological Elements are: Earth, Air, Water and Fire.