Definitions for "Synopsis "
A general view, or a collection of heads or parts so arranged as to exhibit a general view of the whole; an abstract or summary of a discourse; a syllabus; a conspectus.
Matter-of-fact summation of a story's plotline; a shorter version of the screenplay. A synopsis is distinguished from a treatment primarily by its writing: where a treatment is written in a compelling dramatic style, a synopsis tends to be bare-bone, dry, and analytically accurate.
a book in which the first three gospels of the New Testament are arranged in parallel columns.
a collection of sentences used to annotate the query terms
a short overview of contents, highlighting most interesting features, it is not the same as a syntax-description
a short description (e.g., one or two sentences describing the content of a web page)
Synopsis is a multi-language source code introspection tool that provides a variety of representations for the parsed code to enable further processing such as documentation extraction, reverse engineering, and source-to-source translation.
a completely visual RAD tool for Windows that frees you from having to write textual code and learning unnecesary programming details
a strong evaluation tool for an agent
An abbreviated description of a book or manuscript sent to the publisher. The synopsis covers all the main points of the work.
Synopsis, also known as the Kievan Synopsis (, ) is a historical work, first published in Kiev in 1674.
Keywords:  fresco, org, http, moved, project
The project has moved to !
Keywords:  explanation, things
an explanation of things
This involves drawing on knowledge and understanding from a combination of sub-disciplines to help develop more comprehensive understandings of the field of physical education.
Keywords:  plot, version, detailed
a detailed version of a plot
Keywords:  bird, eye, subject, view, work
a bird's-eye view of a subject, or work, in its several parts
A comparison of documents by placing together parallel material.