A plan or theory something to be done; a design; a project; as, to form a scheme.
To make a scheme of; to plan; to design; to project; to plot.
an elaborate and systematic plan of action
a schematic or preliminary plan
A complete set of configuration settings for a simulation
a collection of settings that you save as a single group
a group of settings that you can apply at a single time
a large set of files targeted at some kind of usage
A set of rules for encoding information that supports specific communities of users. Also called "schema." Last Reviewed: 2003-04-22
A "scheme" is a value space such as a controlled vocabulary or a structured encoding such as the prescribed formatting of a date.
a formally defined set of metadata elements or fields.
"A scheme, or schema, is a systematic, orderly combination of elements. A set of rules for encoding information that supports a specific community of users". Dublin Core Metadata Glossary, Final Draft, Feb. 24, 2001, Online. Available at http://library.csun.edu/mwoodley/dublincoreglossary.html
a group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole; "a vast system of production and distribution and consumption keep the country going"
a grouping of bindings
a means to group other data files together, it's also the most convenient way to load and register widget types
a plan that gives benefits to one group by lying to another group. 36
Any lineal or mathematical diagram; an outline.
a generalization of a variety, which includes the possibility of replacing by any commutative ring with a unit
a locally ringed space such that every point has a neighbourhood, which, as a locally ringed space, is isomorphic to a spectrum of a ring
In mathematics, a scheme is an important concept connecting the fields of algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and number theory. Schemes were introduced by Alexander Grothendieck so as to broaden the notion of algebraic variety; some consider schemes to be the basic object of study of modern algebraic geometry. Technically, a scheme is a topological space together with commutative rings for all its open sets, which arises from "gluing together" spectra (spaces of prime ideals) of commutative rings.
A combination of things connected and adjusted by design; a system.
A structured way of doing things where values for elements are created following certain rules.
a progressive thing
A consistent pattern of motor behaviour in the infant which is based on reflexes, such as sucking or grasping.
a combination of headline, subhead, and caption color combined with background color and highlight colors or patterns for the navitation bar and sidebar
a method by which to highlight specific messages that match a particular pattern
a cognitive invariant, it can be defined as the structure common to all those acts which - from the subject's point of view - are equivalent
the scheme of arrangement under part 5.1 of the Corporations Act between CSR and its members as described in this booklet, subject to any modification made or required by the Court on the Second Court Date
An entity which is constituted under an approved deed, is subject to the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993, or is a Managed Investment Scheme as defined under the Corporations Act such as a managed fund, or is a life insurance investment product covered under the Life Insurance Act 1995. Also known as a fund.
The part of a URL that tells an HTML client such as a browser how to retrieve the file specified in the URL. Also called `protocols'.
In a URL, the first component, which identifies the type of service to be used with the specified host. Ex: The URL "gopher://gopher.cs.utah.edu/" is a Gopher service.
scheme: See /informatics.html#scheme