That which is put, or which may be regarded as put, in the way of some of the senses; something visible or tangible and persists for an appreciable time; as, he observed an object in the distance; all the objects in sight; he touched a strange object in the dark.
A word, phrase, or clause toward which an action is directed, or is considered to be directed; as, the object of a transitive verb.
References within this document to objects relate to Method-Objects and not Data-objects. Method objects may relate to specific standard method for performing a task.
(1) A unit, piece, entity, or component of information, or (2) in telecom services, it is a numeric value that is used to represent an aspect of a device.
Anything which is set, or which may be regarded as set, before the mind so as to be apprehended or known; that of which the mind by any of its activities takes cognizance, whether a thing external in space or a conception formed by the mind itself; as, an object of knowledge, wonder, fear, thought, study, etc.
Of the three parts of a statement, the object is one of the two things related by the predicate. Often, it is the value of some property, such as the color of a car. See also: subject, predicate.
Any set of data that is or can be manipulated or referenced by a computer program as a single entity; -- the term may be used broadly, to include files, images (such as icons on the screen), or small data structures.
An object is a table, query, form report, or module. Objects can be created, selected, manipulated and stored.
Any item that can be individually selected and manipulated - including shapes and pictures appearing on a display screen and less tangible software.
Anything that is created and stored in a database. Examples of Oracle objects are tables, views, synonyms, indexes, sequences, clusters and columns.
Index Definition: Object Description: Places an external object in the document such as an image, a java applet or other external application.
In the context of object linking and embedding, information such as a Graphic, chart, or sound file that can be linked to or embedded into another document. See link and embed
An object is a piece of information (document, spreadsheet, picture, video, etc.) that is created in another program (Microsoft Word (tm) or Lotus 1-2-3®, etc.) and embedded or linked in SEMCI PARTNER®.
An object is any information stored in an infobase which is not text. Generally, an object is a graphic image, such as a picture. However, objects may also be video clips, sound files, or spreadsheets (to name a few of the possibilities).
anything defined as an object within an object-oriented programming language.
Anything which exists and which has attributes; distinguished from attributes, processes, and relations.
Anything that can respond to commands. The characteristics of an object are defined by its properties. Objects can contain other objects (elements) and be contained by another object (container).
A defined Windows control, such as a window, dialog box, check box, label, grid, radio button, or command button. Applications may also contain custom objects that conform to Windows object programming standards.
A result of any Windows application, such as a block of text, all or part of a graphic image, or a sound clip.
Any path, text block, or imported graphic in a document.
Everything you place on the page in an IRIS Showcase file is considered an object â€“ the graphics you draw, text you type, 3D containers you create, and images you import.
Any graphic or sound element that resides on the Stage.
workspace, folder, document, web link (or URL), relational database, discussion, meeting or other object built into the Business Collaborator system.
The entity that a variable names. In general, an object is a region of storage within a program executable. For example: fgw::playpen canvas; declares that canvas is a variable that refers to an object of type fgw::playpen.
An object is either a constant or a variable. An object contains a value. An object is created by an object_declaration or by an allocator. A formal parameter is (a view of) an object. A subcomponent of an object is an object. (25)
An object contains a value. A program creates an object either by elaborating an object declaration or by evaluating an allocator. The declaration or allocator specifies a type for the object: the object can only contain values of that type.
Also called a table in database parlance, an object is a single logical grouping of attributes. For example, in the Data Warehouse, the Person object contains attributes such as Last Name and Age. Each object is represented in Bi/Query as a single icon.
An item that can be selected and maneuvered such as an icon.
Within fact, and within its existential phase, object is that which acquires firmest specification, and is thus distinguished from situation and event. This holds to the determination of Dewey (Logic, p. 119; also pp. 129, 520, et al.) that in inquiry object "emerges as a definite constituent of a resolved situation, and is confirmed in the continuity of inquiry," and is "subjectmatter, so far as it has been produced and ordered in settled form."
A term used to describe a set of variables and code that acts as one logical unit.
A passive unit containing or receiving information. Access to an object implies ability to get to the information that it contains. Some examples of objects are: records, blocks, pages, segments, files, directories, directory trees, and programs, as well as bits, bytes, fields, processors, and secure server SSL network nodes.
An object is the representation of a workstation, server or some other network capable device. Each object contains information that its monitors will use, such as IP address or host name.
A self contained solid body composed of vertices, edges, and faces also known as a body.
The basic 3D information block. It contains a position, rotation, size and transformation matrices. It can be linked to other Objects for hierarchies or deformation. Objects can be "empty" (just an axis) or have a link to ObData, the actual 3D information: Mesh, Curve, Lattice, Lamp, etc.
(on the screen) -- In the subject matter of a picture, a line or a patch of color. When quality of reproduced pictures is discussed technically, it is often necessary to think about small parts as hair, nose, arm, shirt, shoe, or even "iris of the eye" as opposed to "person". It is like having to deliberately not see the forest because of the trees.
Objective Object-side One Ontical Open, Opening Process, Oppose Over-against Organ Organic Organicism Origin Outer Outside, Out through and to, Own, Oxherding pictures
Any visible form, person, picture, or substance in the environment
An item that can be selected, moved, changed, or deleted. Objects can be drawn in a shape such as a rectangle, circle, or straight line. Objects can also hold a picture or text and have a border and fill pattern
To set before or against; to bring into opposition; to oppose.
Opposed; presented in opposition; also, exposed.
When a lawyer asks a witness a question that the opposing lawyer feels the court should not allow, the opposing lawyer objects. Objections are made because the question is either legally impermissible, worded in a confusing way, or improperly formed.
To oppose a statement or procedure in court by a party.
As used in expenditure classification, this term applies to the article purchased or the service obtained (as distinguished from the results obtained from expenditures). Examples are personal services, contractual services, materials, and supplies.
The two character alpha code assigned by the Office of Financial Management to identify expenditures/expenses according to the character of the goods or services involved. Refer to OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE and SUBOBJECT.
A two-digit code which identifies expenditure type (e.g., 00 = salary , 01 = wage, 07 = employee benefit, etc.).
A specific category of expenditures, e.g., salaries and wages, travel, etc.
An item which forms part of an institution's collections either permanently (in which case it would be recorded in the accessions register) or temporarily (e.g., a deposit or loan). For natural science collections the term "Specimen" is used and in this document the two terms should be regarded as being interchangeable.
The product of one or more tasks. This is used for project and time tracking. It includes items such as meetings, as well as all deliverables.
The 3-D item to be imaged, gauged or inspected.
See speech object.
See NDS object.
See Business Object.
See C++ glossary.
A learning tool that is created within a content object. Objects include: Web pages Folders Uploaded files such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel Links to other Web sites Discussions Chats Quizzes TellUs2 (online survey)
Anything on a PC screen. For example, a folder is an object, as is a section of text, graphics, part of spreadsheet, and even, in some cases, users and printers are objects
is any element in the system (like a folder, a document, news or a user).
A Change Manager object that is managed by the application. Objects include folders, files, host groups, managed hosts, and jobs.
An Object is a generic term used to mean something that has been placed on the simulation window. Any number of Objects can exist in SIMUL8, in virtually any combination.
Something that is (capable of) being sensed physically or examined mentally.
That which stands over against something else; that which confronts one as other.
Term used In this documentation, means a file, a directory, or both.
A record, such as a site, server, connector, mailbox, or distribution list in the Exchange directory.
An entry in the Directory Services database
An item or material that can be perceived by the senses.
A collection of Mercy memories organized by Perceiver strategy. Perceiver thought observes Mercy mode and decides which Mercy experiences belong together and which do not. If Perceiver strategy decides that certain Mercy memories form a group, then these Mercy memories will become an object. Mental objects can come in all sizes, shapes, and forms. They can be modified into something quite abstract and different from the initial Mercy situations.
Any part of the perceivable or conceivable world (ISO 1087).
An object is one piece that makes up of an illustration. On a drawing of a cat, one whisker would like be an individual object. (Drawings are created object by object.)
and living or nonliving piece or pieces of matter.
An object is a piece of an application which consumes processor time, and communicates with other objects.
a construction artistic in nature, or technologically significant, relatively small in scale, and simply constructed, such as a statue, train engine, or milepost.
The term "object" is used to distinguish from buildings and structures those constructions that are primarily artistic in nature or are relatively small in scale and simply constructed. Although it may be, by nature or design, movable, an object is associated with a specific setting or environment. Examples include the following: boundary marker, monument, milepost, fountain, and sculpture.
an identifiable construction
1. 3-D shape, model 2. Model used as a building block in AW
An object-coordinate model that's rendered as a collection of primitives.
An object is any virtual item, represented by a 3D model. Objects may contain additional objects.
Peirce] What a sign refers to, stands for, or represents. See also: semiotic triad. Links: [CD] object , [S4B] object.
One of the three elements of the sign. The object is represented by the sign(representamen) to its interpretant
In the context of client-server architecture, an object represents a single resource managed by a server. Clients refer to it using a handle. See also: handle