Component

An identifiable unit within a system; it may be capable of independent physical existence or be an entirely conceptual entity.

component

Type: Term Pronunciation: kom-pō′nent Definitions: 1. An element forming a part of the whole.
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component

[n] - an abstract part of something 2. [n] - an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up
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Component

One part of an unassembled model kit.
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Component

A physical part to be mounted on a PCB. Examples include an Integrated Circuit (IC), Discrete Transistor, Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, Transformer, Connector assembly, Fuse holder
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Component

An element or chemical compound that helps make up a material system; the composition of a phase or system can be described by giving the relative amounts of each component. See also: Compound, Mixture.
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Component

Prefabricated member forming part of a framing system.
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component

1. A substance whose concentration must be specified to describe the state of a mixture in which reactions are occurring. 2. A substance present in a mixture in which no reactions occur.
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Component

1) One of the elements or compounds present in a system such as a phase, a mixture, a solution or a suspension in which it may or may not be uniformly dispersed. 2) A compound or a group of unresolved compounds represented by a peak on a chromatogram
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Component

An element of equipment which unto itself does not form a system. Components can be semiconductors, resistors, etc.
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component

A separate part of a printed board assembly which performs a circuit function. Active devices, such as resistors, capacitors, or semiconductors, have distinct electrical characteristics that perform specific functions in a circuit and with terminals which may be inserted into or mounted on, a printing wiring board to form a printed wiring assembly...
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Component

A permanently installed or attached fixture, element or part of a system.
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Component

Part of a compound lens consisting of one element (single lens) or more than one element cemented or otherwise joined together. A lens may therefore be described as 4-element, 3-component when two of the elements are cemented together.
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Component

Com·po'nent (kŏm*pō'n e nt) adjective [ Latin componens , present participle of componere . See Compound , transitive verb ] Serving, or helping, to form; composing; constituting; constituent. « The component parts of natu...
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Component

Com·po'nent noun A constituent part; an ingredient. Component of force (Mech.) , a force which, acting conjointly with one or more forces, produces the effect of a single force or resultant; one of a number of forces into which a single force may be resolved.
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component

<physiology> A constituent element or part, specifically in neurology, a series of neurons forming a functional system for conducting the afferent and efferent impulses in the somatic and splanchnic mechanisms of the body. ... (05 Jan 1998) ...
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component

constituent noun an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system; `spare components for cars`; `a component or constituent element of a syste...
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component

(kom-po´nәnt) a constituent element or part. one part of a prosthesis system. M component structurally homogeneous protein in serum or urine appearing as a sharp spike in the beta or gamma globulin region on protein electrophoresis. The protein is in most case...
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Component

• (n.) A constituent part; an ingredient. • (v. t.) Serving, or helping, to form; composing; constituting; constituent.
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component

(from the article `physical science, principles of`) ...at an angle to , the slope is less in the ratio /, or cos . The slope along is (grad ) cos and is the component of the vector grad along a ...
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component

a constituent element or part; specifically in neurology, a series of neurons forming a functional system for conducting the afferent and efferent impulses in the somatic and splanchnic mechanisms of the body.
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component

component 1. A part of something, usually of something bigger: 'He worked for a company that manufactured automobile components.' 2. A smaller, self-contained part of a larger entity, which often refers to a manufactured object that is part of a larger device. 3. A device such as a resistor or transistor that is part of an electronic circuit. 4....
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Component

In a graph (or network), this is a maximal connected subgraph. (The number of components is 1 if the graph is connected.)
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Component

[UML] A component in the Unified Modeling Language `represents a modular part of a system, that encapsulates its content and whose manifestation is replaceable within its environment. A component defines its behavior in terms of provided and required interfaces`. A component may be replaced by another if and only if their provided and requi...
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Component

A part of a software system smaller than the entire system but larger than an element.
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