System

A composite of equipment, skills, and techniques capable of performing or supporting an operational role or both. A complete system includes all equipment, related facilities, material, software, services and personnel required for its operation and support to the degree that it can be considered a self-sufficient item in its intended operational environment. The term 'system' as used by the Project Management System' (PMS) may mean: a hardware-software system (for example, a technical system or comprising subsystem consisting of hardware (HWCI) and software (CSCI) e.g., Replaceable units, prime items, etc., ); a software system (for example a database); a hardware system (does not contain a software element). ...

System

A complex of interrelated components linked together for some common purpose or function eg. agro-ecosystem, pathosystem. A system is defined by sets of variables, rules governing rates of change of variables, initial conditions and constraints.

System

A combination of the hardware, software, and firmware.

system

(from the article `phase`) A system is a portion of the universe that has been chosen for studying the changes that take place within it in response to varying conditions. A ...
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system

(Gk: syn=with; hystemi to set up; systema) a set of processes and things working together. A complex whole of organised material and immaterial things.
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system

(sis´tәm) a set or series of interconnected or interdependent parts or entities (objects, organs, or organisms) that act together in a common purpose or produce results impossible by action of one alone. an organized set of principles or ideas. adj., systemat´ic, system´ic., adj.
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system

[n] - (physical chemistry) a sample of matter in which substances in different phases are in equilibrium 2. [n] - a group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole 3. [n] - a procedure or process for obtaining an objective 4. [n] - a complex of methods or rules governing behavior 5. [n] - a group of ...
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System

• (n.) Regular method or order; formal arrangement; plan; as, to have a system in one`s business. • (n.) Hence, the whole scheme of created things regarded as forming one complete plan of whole; the universe. • (n.) One of the stellate or irregular clusters of intimately united zooids which are imbedded in, or scattered over, the sur...
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system

<biology, ecology> A group of related natural objects or forces within a defined zone, a regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole, a more general and less rigorous term than ecosystem. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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system

system of rules noun a complex of methods or rules governing behavior; `they have to operate under a system they oppose`; `that language has a complex system for indicating gender`
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system

(stratigraphy) A stratigraphic unit larger than a series, consisting of all the rocks deposited in one period of an era.
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system

[Noun] A way of doing things. A set of things or parts that are connected to form a whole.
Example: We were told that there would soon be a new pay system at work.
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System

[physics] This is for players of the `Omaha Golden Spikes` minor league baseball team, who played in the Pacific Coast League from 1999-2001. ...
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System

[stratigraphy] A system in stratigraphy is an idealized composite unit of the geologic record made up of a succession of rock layers that were laid down together within the corresponding geological period. The system is thus a unit of the geologic record or rock column, pieced together using the Law of Superposition and mapped to its corres...
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System

[typeface] System is a family of proportional raster fonts distributed with Microsoft Windows. The font family contains fonts encoded in several Windows code pages, with multiple resolutions of the font for each code page. Fonts of different code pages have different point sizes. Under DBCS Windows environment, specifying this font may also...
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System

Sys'tem noun [ Latin systema , Greek ..., from ... to place together; sy`n with + ... to place: confer French système . See Stand .] 1. An assemblage of objects arranged in regular subordination, or after some distinct method, usually logical or scientific; a co...
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System

A collection of components organized to accomplish a specific function or set of functions. [IEEE 610]...
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System

A combination of equipment and/or controls, accessories, interconnecting means and terminal elements by which energy is transformed to perform a specific function, such as climate control, service water heating, or lighting.
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System

A combination of the hardware, software, and firmware. A system typically consists of components (or
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System

A combination of two or more staves on which all the notes are vertically aligned and performed simultaneously in differing registers and instruments.
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System

A combination of two or more staves on which all the notes are vertically aligned and performed simu
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SYSTEM

A fundamental geologic time-rock unit of worldwide significance; the strata of a system are those deposited during a period of geologic time (for example, rocks formed during the Pennsylvanian Period are included in the Pennsylvanian System).
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system

A group of body organs that function together.
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System

A method of betting based on mathematics used in the hopes of getting an advantage.
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System

A method of betting, usually mathematically based, used by a punter or bettor to try to get an advantage.
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