projection

a method of representing the earth's three-dimensional surface as a flat two-dimensionalsurface

Projection

The psychological mechanism of subconsciously crediting (or discrediting) another person with qualities or shortcomings which are in fact elements of one's own psyche, so that one can confront them while avoiding the truth that one is really confronting oneself.

projection

[n] - any solid convex shape that juts out from something 2. [n] - (psychiatry) a defense mechanism by which your own traits and emotions are attributed to someone else 3. [n] - the projection of an image from a film onto a screen 4. [n] - a prediction made by extrapolating from past observations 5. [n] - the representation o...
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Projection

The process by which a twodimensional texture map is applied over the surface of a threedimensional object, as if it were an image projected from a slide projector. There are several common projection types, including Planar, Cubic, Spherical and Cylindrical. Which one is most appropriate depends on the type of map being projected, and the shape of...
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Projection

Drawing of building or component (e.g. 3rd angle projection isometric projection)
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Projection

Geographically, a method whereby the outlines of features on the surface of the world may be represented on a map. As the world is spherical whereas the map is flat, the outlines on maps are only approximations to the true outlines on the world itself. Well-known projections include Mercator's, Cassini's Gnomonic, and Gauss Conformal.
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Projection

In roofing, any object or equipment which pierces the roof membrane.
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Projection

Pro·jec'tion noun [ Latin projectio : confer French projection .] 1. The act of throwing or shooting forward. 2. A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else. 3. The act of scheming or planning; also, that which i...
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projection

1. The act of throwing or shooting forward. ... 2. A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else. ... 3. The act of scheming or planning; also, that which is planned; contrivance; design; plan. ... 4. The representation of something; delineation; plan; especially, the representation of any object on a...
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projection

noun any structure that branches out from a central support
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projection

(pro-jek´shәn) a throwing forward, especially the reference of impressions made on the sense organs to their proper source, so as to locate correctly the objects producing them. a connection between the cerebral cortex and other parts of the nervous system or organs of special sense. th...
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Projection

• (n.) The act of scheming or planning; also, that which is planned; contrivance; design; plan. • (n.) A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else. • (n.) The act of throwing or shooting forward. • (n.) Any method of representing the surface of the earth upon a plane. • (n.)...
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projection

(from the article `motion-picture technology`) Projectors. The projector is the piece of motion-picture equipment that has changed the least. Manufacturers produce models virtually identical to ... The LCDs used in projection systems are typically small reflective or transmissive panels illuminated by a powerful arc lamp source. A serie...
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projection

(from the article `defense mechanism`) 3. Projection is a form of defense in which unwanted feelings are displaced onto another person, where they then appear as a threat from the external ... ...blocking out of consciousness some of the ideas associated with the expression of those drives. Other methods of defense include repression, a...
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projection

in cartography, systematic representation on a flat surface of features of a curved surface, as that of the Earth. Such a representation presents an ... [2 related articles]
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projection

in geometry, a correspondence between the points of a figure and a surface (or line). In plane projections, a series of points on one plane may be ... [1 related articles]
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Projection

The use of econometric models to forecast the future performance of a company, country, or other financial entity using historical and current information.
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Projection

- Prospective FINANCIAL STATEMENTS that include one or more hypothetical assumptions.
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Projection

Architectural element projecting from the wall of a building (frieze, balcony, bracket, butress etc.).
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projection

Prospective financial information (forecast and projection): FORECAST: Prospective financial statements that present, to the best of the responsible party`s knowledge and belief, an entity`s expected financial position, results of operations, and changes in financial position. A FINANCIAL FORECAST IS BASED ON THE RESPONSIBLE PARTY`S ASSUMPTIONS REF...
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Projection

An estimate of expected returns from a particular mailing campaign or a determination of total returns developed from responses during the early days or weeks of offering.
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projection

projection, in psychology: see defense mechanism.
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Projection

(Lat. projectio, from projicere, to throw forward) The mental act of attributing to sensations or sense qualia, an external and independent existence. The projection theory of Condillac and other sensationalists (see Sensationalism) asserts that sensations are first experienced as subjective states and are subsequently externalized by a special ac....
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projection

Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-jek′shŭn Definitions: 1. A pushing out; an outgrowth or protuberance. 2. The referring of a sensation to the object producing it. 3. A defense mechanism by which a repressed complex in the person is denied and conceived as belonging to someone else, as when faults that the person tends to commit are per...
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projection

Representation of the surface of the Earth on paper, see map projection
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