Definitions for "Closure"
A device or group of devices that in their interaction provide a closing and opening function at the discretion of the user on an application.
An attribute indicating how the contained free variables are quantified. Allowed values are "universal" and "existential". (See: connective module)
a block of code that can be passed as an argument to a function call
Gestalt psychologists use this term to describe our tendency to "close" or "fill-in" gaps to see a whole form.
The ability to recognize a whole or gestalt, especially when one or more parts of the whole are missing or when the continuity is interrupted by gaps. CLOZE PROCEDURE: A technique used in testing, teaching reading comprehension, and determining readability that involves deleting words from the text and leaving blank spaces. Measurement is made by rating the number of blanks that are filled in correctly; (leaving out predictable words in a sentence)
a Gestalt perceptual principle stating that a perceivers are likely to fill in small gaps in a figure in order to see it as complete (and thus more simple) higher-order object
Keywords:  landfill, seal, cap, bottle, masonry
A termed used to describe a metal or molded cap which effects a primary seal when properly applied to a container for the purpose of retaining the contents and preventing contamination thereof.
A metal or plastic cap that effects a primary seal when properly applied to the container.
The act of preparing a landfill for long term inactivity, including placement of a cover over the landfill to prevent infiltration of surface water.
A method of putting an end to debate and securing an immediate vote upon a measure before a legislative body. It is similar in effect to the previous question. It was first introduced into the British House of Commons in 1882. The French word clôture was originally applied to this proceeding.
a rule for limiting or ending debate in a deliberative body
terminate debate by calling for a vote; "debate was closured"; "cloture the discussion"
The act of shutting; a closing; as, the closure of a chink.
That which closes or shuts; that by which separate parts are fastened or closed.
That which incloses or confines; an inclosure.
Side folding curtains made of tempered glass, polycarbonate, solid aluminum or perforated steel powder coat painted panels.
Rolling curtains made of tempered glass, polycarbonate, high impact extruded polymer, solid aluminum and perforated steel slats.
A conclusion; an end.
achievement of a sense of completeness and release from tension due to uncertainty; as, the closure afforded by the funeral of a loved one; also, the sense of completion thus achieved.
To bring to a completion, as in a meeting, when a topic or task is finished and the group is ready to move on or to end the meeting.
a combination of a procedure and some data for it to operate on
a procedure object, generated as the value of a lambda expression in Scheme
a procedure with a piece of data attached to it
The difference in altitude between the crest of a dome or anticline and the lowest structural or elevation contour that completely surrounds it.
In a subsurface fold, dome, fault block, or other structural trap; the vertical distance between the structure's highest point and its lowest closed structural contour; reservoirs within closure are potential sites or traps for oil or gas accumulations.
a term used to indicate that a trap exists in the subsurface and there are no avenues for hydrocarbons (if present) to escape.
Keywords:  footage, nine, nails, concert, halo
A double-video released by Nine Inch Nails in November 1997 containing live footage, music videos, and a stick of gum.
Closure (also known as Halo 12) is a double VHS set by Nine Inch Nails released in 1997. Closure is the twelfth official Nine Inch Nails release. It consists of one tape of live concert and behind-the-scenes footage from the "Self Destruct" tour and one tape of music videos.
A hydraulic tube like device attached to the Storm Door panel and to the Entry Door Jamb. The Closure is adjustable and controls the speed in which the Door panel closes.
Supplementary or short length units used at corners or jambs to maintain bond patterns.
is a device for closing an opening through a fire separation or an exterior wall, such as a door, a shutter, wired glass or glass block.
Keywords:  klo
Closure is a philosophical description of the world put forward by Hilary Lawson in the book Closure: a story of everything (Routledge, UK, 2001). It is an attempt to provide an account that overcomes the problems of self-reference inherent in other philosophical systems. The theory of closure provides a new vocabulary with which to do this.
The act of completing a project or a phase of a project, either because it has been completed or because it has been terminated early.
Means the process by which Project Management Team determines that all applicable administrative actions and all work required of the NFWF Recipient or NFWF Contractor have been completed.
The moment and/or location at which two contacts meet to complete a circuit.
(from social networks literature): can be seen as the opposite of structural holes. The degree of likelihood that everyone in a network knows everyone else in the network, or the likelihood that if A knows B and B knows C that A knows C.. Can also see this as the degree of connectedness of a social network.
A network with closure is one "in which everyone is connected such that no one can escape the notice of the others."
an area where the Forest Service denies public access to land that would otherwise be accessible to expedite logging, prevent protests, and restrict monitoring of logging activities
a restriction put on certain activities or public use of a defined area on the Forest
a restriction upon certain activities or public use in a defined area on the forest
a tricky kind of thing to explain, but not terribly hard to understand
an obstruction in a pipe or tube; "we had to call a plumber to clear out the blockage in the drainpipe"
something settled or resolved; the outcome of decision making; "the finally reached a settlement with the union"; "they never did achieve a final resolution of their differences"; "he needed to grieve before he could achieve a sense of closure"
When the Customer is satisfied that an incident has been resolved.
Keywords:  tvt, album, canadian, hit, fueled
Closure is a Canadian rock band previously signed to TVT Records. The band released their first album, a self-titled album, in 2003. The album was fueled by the hit single "Look Out Below".
The closure of a graph G with n vertices, denoted by c(G), is the graph obtained from G by repeatedly adding edges between non- adjacent vertices whose degrees sum to at least n, until this can no longer be done. Several results concerning the existence of hamiltonian circuits refer to the closure of a graph.
In this report the term refers to the point at which a company permanently stops activity (although it may still retain liabilities for unforeseen environmental or safety concerns).
The ends of a bolted construction ball valve, bolted to the body, which often retain the seat rings.
Keywords:  slap, huge, admission, failed, face
an admission of failed management, and it is a huge a slap in the face of the public
Keywords:  halesowen, lovers, blow, animal, news
a real blow for animal lovers - I have recently received a Halesowen News
Keywords:  mathmatical, says, get, operated, real
A mathmatical term which says that if you operated on any two real numbers A and B with +,-,* or /, you get a real number
an abstraction, a generic representation of a callback
element, metallic or not, of infilling between the roofing and the façade.
termination of operations; "they regretted the closure of the day care center"
Keywords:  parser, kernel, exist, building, items
The process of generating from the kernel set of items in a state all possible items that may exist in that state. This is part of the state building process done in a parser generator.
According to this principle, individuals have a need to organize perceptions so that they form a meaningful whole.
Keywords:  episode, simple, rules
Closure is an episode of 8 Simple Rules
Legal restriction, but not necessarily elimination of specified activities such as smoking, camping, or entry that might cause fires in a given area.
an interpreter sufficient for interpreting the level below it if it provides all the operators needed by the evaluator of that level
a partially evaluated expression, which will be reduced to a value later
Keywords:  behaviour, bound, object, pre, context
a mechanism that connects an object that refers to other objects by name with the context in which those names are bound
an object whose identity is its behaviour and whose state consists of a set of pre and post conditions, along with its result
Removal of an existing underground storage tank; may be temporary, permanent, or a change in service.
an approximation that allows the OZ equation to be solved
Keywords:  pair, say, dotted, kind, body
a dotted pair, say (body
a kind of pair
Keywords:  road, see
See Road closure.
The act of securing a waste management facility in conformance with applicable requirements.
Keywords:  needed, instead, commonly, units, term
A term commonly used instead of needed units.
Keywords:  blocking, act
the act of blocking
Keywords:  finalization, see
See finalization.
Keywords:  study, see
See Study Closure.
Keywords:  limit, points
Cl(A) = A È{Limit points of A}.
Keywords:  option, accessible, secure
an accessible and secure option