Composition, or the putting of two or more things together, as in compounding medicines.
The art or process of making a compound by putting the ingredients together, as contrasted with analysis; thus, water is made by synthesis from hydrogen and oxygen; hence, specifically, the building up of complex compounds by special reactions, whereby their component radicals are so grouped that the resulting substances are identical in every respect with the natural articles when such occur; thus, artificial alcohol, urea, indigo blue, alizarin, etc., are made by synthesis.
The combination of separate elements of thought into a whole, as of simple into complex conceptions, species into genera, individual propositions into systems; -- the opposite of analysis.
Merging of Thesis-Anthesis. Equivalent to neutral values that merge between negative-positive values, like in action-compromise-reaction.
Synthesis is a RAD tool and C++ IDE . It eases the creation of Win32 programing though visual programming and class wizards. Using opensource framework and minGW Synthesis provides a extendable and powerful development environment.
Synthesis is a graphical program designer and C++ IDE . It eases the creation of Windows program though visual programming and class wizards. Download the Synthesis project at http://sf.net/projects/synthesis
A chemical procedure enables the creation of a new odorous molecule.
The process by which a designer is able to fully automate the contents of an IC design. Today's chip designs have millions of switches. An engineer cannot possibly design all of these gates with pencil and paper. Companies such as Synopsys create software tools, called synthesis, that fully automate the creation of these switches -- making possible the design of semiconductors.
a critical control point in the regulation of cellular processes and depends on binding of certain transcriptional regulatory factors to specific DNA sequences
a major cellular function, most of the RNA polymerase I transcriptional machinery remains associated to rDNA genes even during mitosis
a quasi-globular multi-domain RNA structure that is maintained by a tertiary kissing interaction
a short RNA fragment, which is latter digested away and replaced by DNA
a growth industry
a key factor that controls cell growth and balances the effects of growth factors to prevent uncontrolled cell proliferation
a major control on cell growth
an important cell cycle event that defines the beginning of S phase
an important component of the induction process
an important early response to UV irradiation
a reusable collection of artifacts that share the same qualitative attributes and assumptions in the same functional domain
A methodology for the construction of software systems as instances of a family of systems that have similar descriptions. Its primary distinguishing features are: Formalization of domains as families of systems that share many common features, but which also vary in well-defined ways System building reduced to resolution of requirements and engineering decisions that represent the variations characteristic of a domain Reuse of software artifacts through mechanical adaptation of components to satisfy requirements and engineering decisions Model-based analyses of described systems to help understand the implications of system-building decisions and evaluate alternatives
Synthesizing involves integrating the analyses of data to discover facts and/or develop knowledge concepts or interpretations.
The of pulling all the separate themes of a horoscope together, "weighing" them for relative importance, and managing to come up with something that makes senses.
A building up, putting together, or composition.
Bringing two or more ideas together to show their relationships