Definitions for "Generation"
The process of producing electric energy from other forms of energy; also, the amount of electric energy produced, commonly expressed in kilowatt-hours (kWh) or megawatt-years [MW(e)-years].
The total amount of electric energy produced by the generating units in a generating station or stations, measured at the generator terminals.
Gross generation less the electric energy consumed at the generating station for station use.
The act of generating or begetting; procreation, as of animals.
That which is generated or brought forth; progeny; offspiring.
A single step or stage in the succession of natural descent; a rank or remove in genealogy. Hence: The body of those who are of the same genealogical rank or remove from an ancestor; the mass of beings living at one period; also, the average lifetime of man, or the ordinary period of time at which one rank follows another, or father is succeeded by child, usually assumed to be one third of a century; an age.
an age-group consisting of those members of a society who were born at approximately the same time.
a single stage in a family, clan or tribes history. Children, parents and grandparents represent three generations; First Humans, Trade Kingdoms, Music
A generation is a name for a specific population of individuals. Generations are numbered sequentially.
a comedic drama set in Texas, Connecticut and the road between the two
a drama in which four or five thousand people are the chief actors
The time required to complete one full life cycle, including all stages.
a stage of technological development or innovation; "the third generation of computers"
an innovative, long-term planning process to address these problems
Generation is the cycle of birth and death through which living things survive in the fallen world.
One complete life cycle. The generation begins with the formation of the zygote and ends when the resulting plant dies. Glabrous Hairless. Genetic sterility A type of make sterility conditioned by nuclear genes. In contrast to cytoplasmic sterility, it may be transmitted by either the male or female parent. Growing season Period(s) of the year during which crops grow and mature. Gynomonoecious Refers to a plant species in which female and bisexual flowers are produced on the same plant e.g. cucumber.
The number of synthesis cycles that the dendrimer has gone through. first round brings the dendrimer to Generation=0.0 (G0), the next to G1, etc
group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent
A body of living beings constituting a single step-in a line of decency from an ancestor
the single steps in the line of desendents from an ancestor
The origination of new wastes from various facility operations (including production, rework, decontamination and decommissioning, and environmental restoration), including the recovery of pre-1970 transuranic-produced wastes, should their recovery be determined necessary.
A figure that refers to the amount (weight, volume or percentage of the overall waste stream) of materials and products as they enter the waste stream and before materials recovery, composting or combustion takes place. (Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste in the United States: 1995 Update, prepared for U.S. EPA Municipal and Industrial Solid Waste Division Office of Solid Waste, March 1996).
The total amount of waste produced by a facility, event, or jurisdiction generator. The basic formula is disposal plus diversion equals generation.
Contemporary people of a certain historical period, together with their identifying characteristics. Jesus spoke repeatedly in negative terms about the wicked Jewish generation of his day that ultimately rejected him as Messiah and had him put to death, and about the generation that would exist during the conclusion of the system of things, after he arrived in Kingdom power. One historian noted that ``A historical generation is not defined by its chronological limits.... It is not a zone of dates.''[88] For many years before 1995 we used to believe otherwise, which led some Witnesses to making futile guesses about the date of the outbreak of the {great tribulation} based on the supposed length of a generation, even though the Bible clearly says that we cannot guess the day or the hour. Both {study articles} in [w95 11/1] deal with this topic. [88] Robert Wohl, ``The Generation of 1914''.
A set of one of each charge type of quark and lepton, grouped by mass. The first generation contains the up and down quarks, the electron and the electron neutrino.
(1.) A means of referencing items in terms of time and ancestry so that an item without antecedents is designated as the first (n-th) generation and subsequent derivations are designated as n-1, n-2, and so on. (2.) For some remote systems, the translation of configuration into machine language.
This refers to a specific set of years of a vehicle. Most commonly in terms of Mitsubishi's, they are shortened to '1G', '2G', and such. ex; '1G' is short for first generation, which usually refers to the '90-94 DSM (Eclipse, Talon, Laser)
Keywords:  bullys, i'm, david, mary, album
for reference at the Shadows, a group of people who belong to one family period; for example, the children of David and Mary Weeks will be identified as the second generation
Generation is the second studio album by the electronic music group Audio Bullys, released on 31 October 2005. It features the singles "Shot You Down", which reached No. 3 in the UK charts, and "I'm In Love" (released 24 October 2005).
The process by which organic matter in a source rock is transformed into hydrocarbons at a depth in the subsurface.
Process by which organic matter is transformed into hydrocarbons in a source rock.
a collaborative effort by concerned community members to plan, coordinate, and implement a preventative process that will sustain concrete changes in our community for the long term benefit of our youth
a Colorado based program which is designed to give communities an outline for improving their environment to better meet the needs of the youth
a period of time and its significant events comprising the lifespan of a person, but this term is also used to talk of a more indefinite timespan
Origination by some process, mathematical, chemical, or vital; production; formation; as, the generation of sounds, of gases, of curves, etc.
The formation or production of any geometrical magnitude, as a line, a surface, a solid, by the motion, in accordance with a mathematical law, of a point or a magnitude; as, the generation of a line or curve by the motion of a point, of a surface by a line, a sphere by a semicircle, etc.
the production of more than one result in sequence.
describes the generation of young people who grew up with computers. All children in industrialized countries consider the computer to be an ordinary tool that they use competently, but without great respect, whereas the preceding generation regarded this instrument from a critical distance. The term also reflects the new self-confidence and entrepreneurial spirit of this generation.
A layer in hierarchical tree structure that defines member relationships in a multidimensional database. DB2 OLAP Server orders generations incrementally from the member that is the name of the dimension (generation 1) to the leaf members.
Keywords:  intensifier, faq, newly, begun, night
Gen is a commonly used abbreviation that refers to the power or “Generation” of image intensifier night vision tubes. The key difference between the night vision generations is the intensifier technology. The United States government recognizes 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generations of tubes and has recently begun purchasing newly issued tubes, recognized as Gen 4 by certain companies. See 1st Generation, 2nd Generation, 3rd Generation, 4th Generation and the FAQ section for more information on how these tubes work.
Keywords:  forty, somewhere, thirty, years, period
a period of time somewhere between thirty or forty years
usually the inheritance of a living creature
all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
a number of people of not too different an age, living at the same time
the normal time between successive generations; "they had to wait a generation for that prejudice to fade"
Keywords:  imrs, director, qualified, higher, down
A qualified Director and all IMRs in his/her organization down to the next qualified Director or higher is a Generation.
a sort of checkpoint in the data that is used to identify where the merge agent needs to start looking for changes for each of the synchronizations
In particle physics, a generation is a division of the elementary particles. Between generations, particles differ only by their mass and flavor; all interactions and quantum numbers are identical. There are three generations according to the Standard Model of particle physics.
a mechanism implemented by the garbage collector in order to improve performance
Keywords:  evolution, genre, level, see
a level of evolution within a genre
see Level. see Level.
The translation from EDI to application format.
In regards to Web browsers, it is the version number. Netscape Navigator 4.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 are fourth-generation and fifth-generation browsers, respectively.
A substantial change which brings a new substance into being through the corruption of another or others.
The act of discarding unwanted materials.
Keywords:  breed, race, kind, family, stock
Race; kind; family; breed; stock.
n. The process of assembling and link editing definition statements so that resources can be identified to all the necessary programs in a network.
a group of people who are connected by their place in time with common boundaries and a common character
a particular group of girls joins the groups
Keywords:  coming
a coming into being
Keywords:  hole, pairs, electron, process
Process by which electron-hole pairs are generated
Keywords:  compression, paid, order, level, refers
generation refers to the level on which an order is paid after compression.