radius

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Gravity) The shortest distance from the centre of a circle to a point on the circumference.

RADIUS

Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, IETF RFC 2865, is the most widely used standard for remote authentication. Authentication and accounting are both supported. The authenticating user's typed-in password is XORed by the client system with an encrypted value. This value is based on a secret password and a locally generated authenticator field. The password, and the users more visible id, are shared by user and the RADIUS server. A similar process is used in response to validate the server to the client. There has been some criticism of RA ...

RADIUS

Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service

radius

Type: Term Pronunciation: rā′dē-ŭs, rā′dē-ī Definitions: 1. The lateral and shorter of the two bones of the forearm. 2. A straight line passing from the center to the periphery of a circle. Synonyms: radio-3
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Radius

The radius is one of the two arm bones (the other is the ulna ).
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radius

[Noun] The distance in any direction from a certain point. In maths, the radius is the distance from the centre of a circle to the circumference, or edge, of the circle.
Example: The chances of the missile reaching its target were slim, but they predicted that it would land within a half-mile radius.
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RADIUS

Remote authentication dial-In user service, details ...
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radius

[n] - a straight line from the center to the perimeter of a circle (or from the center to the surface of a sphere) 2. [n] - a circular region whose area is indicated by the length of its radius 3. [n] - the outer and slightly shorter of the two bones of the human forearm 4. [n] - the length of a line segment between the center an...
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RADIUS

(In topic `Security`) RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) is an Internet security authentication protocol, based on the challenge-response method, that was developed by the IETF and is used widely by many ISP`s. The RADIUS protocol carries a dial-in users` authentication, authorisation & configuration information.  
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Radius

As a verb - To apply a Fillet
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Radius

In a circle, the radius is the distance from the centre of the circle to a point on the circle. See also: Circle, Diameter.
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radius

A line segment with one endpoint at the center of a circle and the other endpoint on the circle
Example:

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Radius

one of the two long bones of the forearm, located on the thumb side of the arm
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Radius

One of the two forearm bones. The bone in the forearm on the same side as the thumb
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Radius

Forearm bone on the thumb side.
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Radius

The bone to the side of the forearm.
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Radius

Radius: In anatomy, the radius is the smaller of the two bones on the thumb side of the forearm. (The bigger one is the ulna). The word 'radius' comes unchanged from the Latin meaning a spoke in a wheel which this bone was thought to resemble. The word 'radiation' is derived from the same Latin word -- 'radius.'
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Radius

Ra'di·us (rā'dĭ*ŭs) noun ; plural Latin Radii (- ī); English Radiuses (-ŭs*ĕz). [ Latin , a staff, rod, spoke of a wheel, radius, ray. See Ray a divergent line.] 1. (Geom.) A right line drawn or extending from the cen...
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radius

One of two bones which constitute the forearm. The largest portion of the radius is at the wrist joint where it articulates with the carpal bones of the hand. Above, the radius articulates with the humerus at the elbow joint. Bony injury (fracture) to the radius occurs most commonly at the wrist. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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radius

r noun the length of a line segment between the center and circumference of a circle or sphere
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radius

(ra´de-әs) a line radiating from a center, or a circular limit defined by a fixed distance from an established point or center. in anatomy, the bone on the outer or thumb side of the forearm. grid radius grid focus.
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Radius

• (n.) The preaxial bone of the forearm, or brachium, corresponding to the tibia of the hind limb. See Illust. of Artiodactyla. • (n.) The barbs of a perfect feather. • (n.) A right line drawn or extending from the center of a circle to the periphery; the semidiameter of a circle or sphere. • (n.) The movable limb of a sextant o...
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radius

(from the article `mechanics`) Consider a coordinate system, as shown in Figure 8A, with the circle centred at the origin. At any instant of time, the position of the particle may ... ...(Parallax is the apparent displacement of an object when viewed from different vantage points). Hipparchus thus calculated that the mean distance ... ...
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radius

in anatomy, the outer of the two bones of the forearm when viewed with the palm facing forward. All land vertebrates have this bone. In humans it is ... [6 related articles]
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radius

radius (s), radii (pl)
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