Definitions for "Mesh"
Medical Subject Heading. A controlled vocabulary term used by all the indexers in an organization to ensure consistency in assigning terms to articles (or records) on the same topic. They are also used in searching to avoid having to think of all the possible words that various authors could have used to express the same concept. For example, the MeSH heading AGED is assigned instead of aging, older, elderly, senior citizen, geriatric person, etc. that might appear in the title or abstract of the article.
A system of subject headings related to the medical fields. These will be seen most often in catalog records for items found at the Veterinary Medicine Library.
The National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus is called Medical Subject Headings. MeSH consists of a set of terms or subject headings that are arranged in both an alphabetic and a hierarchical structure to show the relationship between related terms and to permit searching at various levels of specificity, from narrower to broader.
Keywords:  sieve, lineal, knit, woven, evenly
The opening or space inclosed by the threads of a net between knot and knot, or the threads inclosing such a space; network; a net.
An open, net-like fabric that is available in a variety of constructions including wovens, knits, laces and crocheted fabrics.
a measure of fineness of a woven material, screen, or sieve; e.g., a 200-mesh sieve has 200 openings per linear inch. A 200-mesh screen with a wire diameter of 0.0021 in. (0.0533 mm) has an opening of 0.074 mm, or will pass a particle of 74 microns. See micron.
A graphical construct consisting of connected surface elements to describe the geometry/shape of a visual object.
A collection of polygons that shares vertices
Type of turn-of-the-century ball made from gutta-percha characterized by a pattern of intersecting lines on the cover.
a digital representation of a surface or solid consisting of multiple, possibly curved, line segments whose intersections form a regular grid
Tessellation of finite elements or superelements.
The grid of a finite element system
Keywords:  triennial, src, ism, safety, review
Management of Environment, Safety, and Health Triennial review of a division's ISM program by the SRC
Management Environment, Safety and Health [review] (Triennial management ES&H reviews of each Division by the SRC.)
a set of vertices connected by edges that describe triangular or quadrilateral faces
A type of model composed of interconnecting triangular or quadrilateral faces.
Mesh is a band from Bristol, England whose music could be described as a blend of synth pop and darkwave. Earlier tracks had more of an industrial edge than recent releases.
Keywords:  engage, gear, teeth, wheel, clutch
The engagement of the teeth of wheels, or of a wheel and rack.
To engage with each other, as the teeth of wheels.
to link or fit (usually gears) together
a network of laptops, each of which communicates with its entrepreneurial practice, because building sharehol-der value is far less important than
a network of laptops, each of which communicates with its nearest neighbours
a brilliant idea) especially in the last third
In cryptography, MESH is a block cipher designed in 2002 by Jorge Nakahara, Jr., Vincent Rijmen, Bart Preneel, and Joos Vandewalle. MESH is based directly on IDEA and uses the same basic operations.
Material in the upper that allows breathability.
Prosthetic Material Used For Tension-Free Hernia Repair
Mesh material is often used in determining the particle size distribution of a granular material. For example, a sample from a truckload of peanuts may be placed atop a mesh with 5 mm openings. When the mesh is shaken, small broken pieces and dust pass through the mesh while whole peanuts are retained on the mesh.
Keywords:  mercaptan, methyl
Methyl Mercaptan; CH3SH
Keywords:  seine, purse, boat
purse seine boat.
Keywords:  entangle, catch
To catch in a mesh.
entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh
A collection of faces, often called patches, that describe an object.
a collection of vertices and faces, forming an object of some sort
a new shape of clothes, accessory, hairstyle, object
(expanded metal) - This is the nominal distance from the mid-point of one bond in expanded metal to the mid-point of the next bond measured across the SWD. Mesh is expressed in inches.
The distance measured in inches between two bond midpoints.
collection of peers that together form an opaque "cloud" or a mesh, that provides features of P2P
A direct link between any number of objects in a network. Data does not transition a common point within the network. (Also known as peer-to-peer connectivity.)
Keywords:  torus, channels, wrap, around
a torus without the wrap around channels
Plastic netting generally stretched across the face of an innerspring unit as an insulator.
The coarseness of abrasive used. For example, 80 mesh abrasive is typical of most abrasive jet applications, but 120 mesh, which is a finer abrasive, might be used for special applications.
a graph whose vertices are located at specific points in Euclidean space
Here: a system of a not necessarily ordered set of web-caching servers that are communicating using ICP or other means.
(see wireless mesh)
a better solution, but as an experienced analyst who has evaluated all the different ways of approaching this, I find that regulated spectrum and Wide Area wireless technologies have the advantage
coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively
work together in harmony
Multimedia services on the Electronic Super Highway
Keywords:  transmitters, radio, series
a series of radio transmitters
Keywords:  relief, modifies, zone, file
a file which modifies only the relief of a given zone
Keywords:  loop, contains
a loop which contains no other loop