A property of many QuickDraw GX objects. The attributes property of an object is a set of flags that control various aspects of that object's behavior.
Characteristics of an account or object that include, among other things, the purpose and description.
Characteristics of information used to identify occupations, schools, etc. for exploration.
Information describing a software object's characteristics. For example, product attributes include revision number, tag (name), and contents (list of filesets). Fileset attributes include tag, revision, kernal, and reboot. File attributes include mode, owner, and group. An essential part of the PSF, attributes include such information as the product's short name or tag, a one-line full name title or a one paragraph description of the object. Other attributes include a multi-paragraph README file, a copyright information statement and others.
Characteristics of persons or things (Babbie, 2001)
In logical data modeling, attributes of an entity refer to the properties of that entity. Each property will have one distinct value per instance of the entity. Example: Entity = Automobile, Attribute = color, attribute value = red. When logical models are translated into physical data models, entities become tables, and attributes become columns. Note: there is not necessarily a 1:1 correlation between the logical model objects and the physical model objects.
Quantities or qualities which represent the non-spatial properties of real-world objects.
are the color and material settings you apply to objects. Examples of material attributes are: transparency, roughness, shininess, shading, and faceting.
Symbolic objects, often used in the eighteenth century; palm fronds are an attribute of victory, rifles and game are attributes of the hunt.
The values or characteristics of an object, such as colour, size, font, alignment etc.
an object considered appropriate to a person, rank, or office; symbol
The characteristics associated with an object. Every imported object has attributes, which can be accessed by clicking once on the object the highlight it and selecting Object-Attributes.
Parameters that affect an object's appearance not related to shading or texture mapping, i.e. its color, reflectivity, transparency, apparent hardness, et cetera. The editor is found in the Object menu.
any object or article used to symbolize the profession of the person being represented, such as a caduceus for a doctor.
The data encapsulated by an object. The only data which should be declared as part of an object's attributes is the data required to describe the object's state at any particular time. For example, the attributes of a circle are its radius and the coordinates of its center. The actual code for implementing circle objects might require other data items for calculations, but these would not be considered part of the attributes for that object.
The term used to refer to a computer file's characteristics of size, style, and color.
Performance, functional, and physical characteristics of a product.
a characteristic of a map feature. Attributes of a river might include its name, length, average depth, and so on.
The characteristics of a style that you can modify; for example, the degree of slant in the italic style.
A characteristic. In a word processing application , an underlined word would be said to have the underline attribute. In database systems , a field can have various attributes.
objective characteristics of something—for example, a brand
to regard as a characteristic
Individual components of the attributes object. Attributes specify detailed properties about the objects to be created. See also attributes object.
Components of object types that are built-in data types or other user-defined types that model the structure of the real world. See Oracle8i Concepts for more information.
Attributes are the stylistic properties of an object. Attributes of text include size, case, boldness. Attributes of graphics include line thickness, fill colour and line colour. A set of attributes applied to an object is called a style.
Attributes are the outcomes by which the relative "goodness" of a particular expansion plan is measured e.g. fuel usage. Some attributes, such as fuel usage, are measured in well-defined parameters. Other attributes (e.g. public perception of a technology) are more subjective. Attributes may be grouped in several ways. Categories include financial, economic, performance, fuel usage, environmental, and socioeconomic. The attributes chosen must measure issues that directly concern the utility and have an impact on its planning objectives. Limiting the number of attributes reduces the complexity and cost of a study.
A piece of information reflecting a characteristic related to an identification number e.g., an expiration date or a product description related to a GTIN.