Definitions for "Kronos"
Keywords:  titan, zeus, cronos, chronos, fictional
Cronos - Father of Zeus and other Olympians. A fearsome and ruthless Titan, son to Gaia, who had killed his own father (Ouranos) and progressed to develop a prediliction for attempted infanticide. His reign, although the one in which the human race was created, is typified as a period of anarchy predating all 'modern' institutions and behaviour. Only his sixth child, Zeus, escaped being eaten due to the quick-wittedness (and despair) of Kronos' wife Rea. His actions in effect brought about the rise of the new Olympian centred religion with a battle of the gods that saw his children victorious.
(sometimes spelled Cronos or Cronus) Titan ruler and the father of Zeus. Kronos was the Greek god of agriculture (not to be confused with Chronos, the personification of time).
Kronos is a brutal death metal or technical death metal band from France. Their name is a reference to the titan Kronos, the father of Zeus in the greek mythology.
The fourth symbolic planet used in Uranian astrology.
Kronos is a theoretical point used in Uranian astrology that takes 521 years to supposedly orbit the Sun.
Kronos was the name of a secret 32-bit graphical workstation developed in Akademgorodok ( near Novosibirsk, Soviet Union) in the mid-1980s. Rumors say that it was based on Niklaus Wirth's workstation Lilith.
Keywords:  bgsu, paymix, timeclocks, etime, hrms
Kronos is third-party software that tracks schedules, non-exempt employees time worked, and assists in processing payroll for staff on the bi-weekly payroll. This system collects information directly from input devices as well as manual entries collected from a printed report. It also calculates the employees actual worked hours and non-worked hours. Leave exception time will also be tracked for exempt employees using Kronos. This information is sent to Oracle HRMS via Paymix.|| || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || U - Z || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || U - Z
Greek for "time", this is the company that BGSU has purchased the eTime software and hardware as a method for recording and reporting student employee hours worked.
brand of timeclocks used to record hours worked [numbers] L L L
Keywords:  cdc, ran, mainframe, successors, late
KRONOS was an operating system with time-sharing capabilities, written by the Control Data Corporation in the 1970s. KRONOS ran on the 60-bit CDC 6000 series mainframe computers and their successors. CDC replaced KRONOS with the NOS operating system in the late 1970s.
Keywords:  students, time, see
See e-Time for Students
Keywords:  see, uses
For other uses of Kronos, see Kronos