Definitions for "Components"
Keywords:  weblinks, polls, joomla, banners, feeds
Components are Joomla's content elements or applications that usually in the center of the the main content area of a template. This depends on the design of the template in use. Components are core elements of Joomla functionality. These core elements include: Banners, Contact, News Feeds, Polls and Weblinks. Members of the Joomla Community are producing third party Joomla components on a continuous basis. They are available on for free download.
Components are Mambo's content elements or applications that usually appear in the center of a three column Mambo layout, or on the right of a two column Mambo layout. Components are core elements of Mambo functionality. Mambo core components include: Banners, Contact, News Feeds, Polls and Weblinks. Members of the Mambo Community are producing third party Mambo components on a continuous basis. They are available on for free download.
An Escendency help term that typically referes to any component of the performance management system, e.g. performance indicators, action plans, strategy map items, organisational elements and posts etc.
Components is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, released on the Blue Note label in 1965. The first side of the LP features compositions by Hutcherson, in a hard bop style, whilst the second side features Joe Chambers' compositions, more in the avant-garde style.
Individual parts that together comprise the whole assembly.
Parts that make up a computer or device.
various parts of a computer system such as the keyboard, monitor, disk drive, or printer.
Keywords:  assemble, hve, verticle, pizza, activex
Components bring with them most of the advantages of object-oriented technology; extensive reuse, increased productivity and higher quality software. Typically packaged as Java applets or ActiveX controls. Components often allow programmers to assemble applications using visual design tools. Components allow programmers to use services (even those running on remote machines) in a consistent way. Components should not depend upon the behavior of other components. Components hve a well-defined interface. Verticle components - also known as business rule objects.
Ready-prepared ingredients bought in by manufacturers to assemble into finished food products e.g. pizza bases, ready made icing.
Keywords:  isotherm
Navigation, teasers, intruders- parts of the page not in the BodyCopy or BodyCopySupplement that need separate handling, and can be dragged and dropped from the content store onto the current page being worked on. Components are reusable.
The contents of a district's technology plan that enable them to meet state and Federal requirements.
Separate speakers, usually a tweeter and mid-range with appropriate crossover.
Because of the complexity of governments and government organizations in a single jurisdiction, financial reporting must be designed to capture this complexity. A component unit is a legally separate or significant unit vis a vis the primary reporting jurisdiction. A water authority may be legally separate from a county but the board of the authority may be appointed by the elected officials of the county. In this case, the authority is a component unit and its financial statements must be summarized in the CAFR.
Keywords:  arduous, process
an arduous process
Single, continuous (for example, floating-point) values that represent intensities or quantities. Usually, a component value of zero represents the minimum value or intensity, and a component value of one represents the maximum value or intensity, though other ranges are sometimes used. Because component values are interpreted in a normalized range, they are specified independent of actual resolution. For example, the RGB triple (1, 1, 1) is white, regardless of whether the color buffers store 4, 8, or 12 bits each. Out-of-range components are typically clamped to the normalized range, not truncated or otherwise interpreted. For example, the RGB triple (1.4, 1.5, 0.9) is clamped to (1.0, 1.0, 0.9) before it's used to update the color buffer. Red, green, blue, alpha, and depth are always treated as components, never as indices.
Values of samples independent of color interpretation.
One or more of lecture, laboratory, tutorial, seminar portions of a class.
Definition quoted from the CCA Forum] A component is a software object, meant to interact with other components, encapsulating certain functionality or a set of functionalities. A component has a clearly defined interface and conforms to a prescribed behavior common to all components within an architecture. Multiple components may be composed to build other components.
Keywords:  layout, blog, font, distinctive, colour
The distinctive features which are combined to create a whole. Components of a visual text, for instance, include images, symbols, written words, font and type size, script, colour, and layout.
A piece of layout that you can move around your blog.
Components refer to the individual parts of your Web site. When the individual items on your Web site are categorized as components, they become easier to handle and work with. For example if you think of a box of crayons as a component, it is much easier to handle the crayon box than all of the individual crayons.
Components are short-cuts used when coding in ASP. For instance, you can use ASPMAIL to create a form your users fill out that is automatically emailed to you, added to a DATABASE, or both.
a challenging task since the solder joints are hidden from view and cannot be readily accessed
An individual piece of veneer that is jointed to other pieces to achieve full length and width face. Terms used interchangeably with component in the context of the face are piece and leaf.
Keywords:  lactose, nutritional, milk, fat, solids
The nutritional solids in milk other than water, like fat, protein, lactose, and minerals.
Refers to other devices used and needed when building a solar system
Keywords:  hardware, see
See hardware
product (document) improvement and process improvement (document production and inspection).