Definitions for "Generic"
an entity which may be specialized (elaborated) upon invocation
an interface constant that, unlike normal VHDL constants, may be given a value in a component instantiation statement or in a configuration specification
a piece of data passed into the construction (or instantiation) of a design element/circuit to customize it
Pertaining to a genus or kind; relating to a genus, as distinct from a species, or from another genus; as, a generic description; a generic difference; a generic name.
Very comprehensive; pertaining or appropriate to large classes or their characteristics; -- opposed to specific.
Not protected by trademark; -- used especially of the names of medications; as, a generic drug; the generic name of Rogaine is minoxidil.
a term used to describe a natural occurring morph that is achieved every clutch with no variation, or non-locaility (ex. Blair's Phase Gray-Banded Kingsnake vs. Alterna Phase Gray-Banded Kingsnake).
Label terms that indicate that the wine has some vague resemblance in style to those arising from well known and established European wine regions. For example, the generic term “Chablis” suggests that the wine labeled as such is light bodied and high in acidity. Generic labeling is either being phased out or is illegal in many countries including Australia.
Wine named for real or imagined similarities to types developed in regions other than California. Examples: Burgundy, Chablis, Rhine, etc.
class of lantern (cf. intelligent light). Any lantern which does not have remote control of properties other than brightness, e.g. parcan, profile, fresnel, flood etc.
referring to all the members of a class or group; general
applicable to an entire class or group; "is there a generic Asian mind?"
A lunch box design or model created by a manufacturer to avoid paying royalties for the use of a licensed character or series. Examples of generic kits included Junior Miss, Red Plaid, Cable Car, and Corsage.
(a) Activity monitoring and change detection software, because they search for viral-like doings instead of explicit internet security signatures, are recurrently referred to as generic antivirals. Heuristic scanners are recurrently included. (b) A internet security threat scan string which matches multiple internet security threats. The actual usefulness of generic signatures is questioned at times. (c) The use of error retrieval or heuristic methods for disinfection.
Keywords:  wak, synonymous
Synonymous with wak
Keywords:  ksds, vsam, cics, partial, read
A CICS file control option to read records from a VSAM KSDS by using only a partial key.
Belonging to a large group rather than a specific person; describing something in general, rather than a specific, way
A group of similar types
Terminology used to describe the whole market availability, not a specific insurer.
Keywords:  boolean
Keywords:  cleft, semantic, kind, sentence, role
Patient is a kind of What is a semantic role
A cleft sentence is a kind of What is a complex sentence
Keywords:  peice, editor, edits, basic, software
Any peice of software that edits. TI-83. Short for program editor. Edits TI-BASIC programs.
Keywords:  gilts, spread, credit
Generic credit spread Gilts
Deck construction limitation, or lack thereof. You may have as many Generic cards in your deck as you like.
Keywords:  course, see
see Course Generic.