snapshot

[n] - an informal photograph
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Snapshot

To save the position of a window or icon.
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Snapshot

An informal photograph, especially one taken quickly by a simple, hand-held camera.
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Snapshot

Snap'shot` noun 1. Commonly Snap shot (a) A quick offhand shot, made without deliberately taking aim over the sights. (b) (Photog.) Act of taking a snapshot (in sense 2). 2. An instantaneous photograph made, usually with a hand camera, without formal posing...
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snapshot

noun an informal photograph; usually made with a small hand-held camera; `my snapshots haven`t been developed yet`; `he tried to get unposed shots of his friends`
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Snapshot

In general terms, this refers to data taken at some specific time over a small time interval. The data obtained may or may not be representative of events over a longer time interval. A specific use is the Beam Position Monitor (BPM) data averaged over a number of turns and stored in a circular buffer. Another important use is for diagnosis of prob...
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Snapshot

An informal photograph, especially one taken quickly by a simple, hand-held camera
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SNAPSHOT

The first, and so far only, American flight of an operational nuclear space reactor. The SNAP-10A reactor produced 650 W of power from 1.3 kg of used uranium-235 fuel (embedded in uranium zirconium hydride) to run a small ion propulsion system. Launch date Apr. 3, 1965 Launch vehicle Atlas-Ag...
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Snapshot

[photography] A snapshot is popularly defined as a photograph that is `shot` spontaneously and quickly, most often without artistic or journalistic intent. Snapshots are commonly considered to be technically `imperfect` or amateurish—out of focus or poorly framed or composed. Common snapshot subjects include the events of everyday life, s...
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Snapshot

[computer storage] In computer systems, a snapshot is the state of a system at a particular point in time. The term was coined as an analogy to that in photography. It can refer to an actual copy of the state of a system or to a capability provided by certain systems. == Rationale == A full backup of a large data set may take a long time to...
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Snapshot

Term once used to describe a photograph taken with the i (instantaneous) setting on cameras. The ter
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Snapshot

[video game] Snapshot is an indie platform game developer by Retro Affect released on 30 August 2012 for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. == Gameplay == The player controls a character with fairly standard 2-D controls: left, right, duck, and jump. The player also controls a camera viewfinder, the Snapshot of the title, with the mouse. When a ...
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snapshot

(ITIL Continual Service Improvement) (ITIL Service Transition) The current state of a configuration item, process or any other set of data recorded at a specific point in time.
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