Infinity

Infinity (symbol: {math|∞|size=150%}) is an abstract concept describing something without any limit and is relevant in a number of fields, predominantly mathematics and physics. In mathematics, `infinity` is often treated as if it were a number (i.e., it counts or measures things: `an infinite number of terms`) but it is not the same sort of...
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Infinity

• (n.) That part of a line, or of a plane, or of space, which is infinitely distant. In modern geometry, parallel lines or planes are sometimes treated as lines or planes meeting at infinity. • (n.) A quantity greater than any assignable quantity of the same kind. • (n.) Unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity; eternity; boundle...
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Infinity

[AberMUD] Infinity is a MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1993.{R|infinity-history} ==Game characteristics== Infinity is set in a fantasy world, with player characters adventuring and battling to advance.{R|carton} ==Reception== The MUD has at times been met with indifferent critical response, as with being called `anot...
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Infinity

[audio] Infinity Systems is an American manufacturer of loudspeakers founded in 1968. Since 1983, Infinity has been part of the Harman International Industries group headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. Infinity produces packages for a range of audio applications, including multichannel surround sound home theatre packages, in-wall home ...
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Infinity

[de Rivera] Infinity is an Abstract sculpture, designed by Jose de Rivera and created by Roy Gussow. It is located at the south entrance, of the National Museum of American History, at Madison Drive, and 12th Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C. It was dedicated on March 28, 1967. It cost $104,520. It slowly rotates on its base. ...
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Infinity

[Infinity Ink song] `Infinity`, is a 2012 song recorded by musical, production and DJ duo Infinity Ink made up of Italian Luca C (full name Luca Cazal) and British Ali Love. The duo Infinity Ink found fame in 2012 through `Games` on Hot Creations label followed quickly by `Infinity` on Crosstown Rebels label, on 14 May 2012 (catalogue Cross...
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Infinity

[LPMud] Infinity is a MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1992 by Peter William `Django` Friedman and Bill `Mutara` Mackiewicz. ==Game characteristics== Infinity{`}s setting has both fantasy and science fiction elements, and is based around an eponymous city from which alternate timelines can be entered. The game`s confli...
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Infinity

[mathematics] Water ports and harbours of the United Kingdom. ...
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Infinity

[MMOG] Infinity is an upcoming space massively multiplayer online game being developed by I-Novae Studios. In Infinity, the player controls a spacecraft and travels throughout a galaxy trying to make a name for themselves. Players will be able to connect to an online server on which large numbers of other people are playing in a persistent ...
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Infinity

[philosophy] In philosophy, infinity can be attributed to infinite dimensions, as for instance in Kant`s first antinomy. In both theology and philosophy, infinity is explored in articles such as the Ultimate, the Absolute, God, and Zeno`s paradoxes. In Greek philosophy, for example in Anaximander, `the Boundless` is the origin of all that i...
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Infinity

[wargame] Infinity the game (also known as Infinity: A Skirmish Game) is a tabletop miniature wargame with 28mm scale metal miniatures that simulates combat and special operations in a Science fiction environment, the games aesthetics are largely inspired by Manga particularly the work of Masamune Shirow. Each player controls a set of minia...
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Infinity

In·fin'i·ty noun ; plural Infinities . [ Latin infinitas ; prefix in- not + finis boundary, limit, end: confer French infinité . See Finite .] 1. Unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity; eternity; boundlessness; immensity. Sir T. ...
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Infinity

An endless extent of space, time, or any series. Is usually conceived negatively, as having no termination; may be conceived positively, in respect to reality as actually extending without end. -- R.B.W.
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Infinity

An imaginary quantity that is greater than any assignable quantity.
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Infinity

Focusing point at which the lens gives a sharp image of very distant objects, such as the far horizon.
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Infinity

In photographic terms is a distance great enough to be unaffected by finite vibration. In practice this relates to most subjects beyond 1000 meters or in landscape terms, the horizon. When the infinity distance is within the depth of field all objects at that distance or farther will be sharp. Infinite distance. In practice, a distance so great tha...
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Infinity

In photographic terms is a distance great enough to be unaffected by finite vibration. In practice this relates to most subjects beyond 1000 meters or in landscape terms, the horizon. When the infinity distance is within the depth of field all objects at that distance or farther will be sharp
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Infinity

In photographic terms is a distance great enough to be unaffected by finite variations. In practice
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infinity

infinity (in FIN uh tee) 1. Unlimited space, time, distance, quantity, etc.; lacking limits or bounds; extending beyond any measure or comprehension; without beginning or end; endless: 'Beyond the Earth we find infinity.' 2. Very great; vast; immense: such as, space or time: 'Space provides an infinity of stars.' 3. In mathematics, the ...
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infinity

infinity, in mathematics, that which is not finite. A sequence of numbers, a1, a2, a3, … , is said to “approach infinity” if the numbers eventually become arbitrarily large, i.e., are larger than some number, N, that may be chosen at will to be a million, a billion, or any other la...
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infinity

Mathematical quantity that is larger than any fixed assignable quantity. By convention, the result of dividing any number by zero is regarded as infinity
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infinity

Mystery has its own mysteries, and there are gods above gods. We have ours, they have theirs. That is what's known as infinity. —Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), French author and filmmaker A concept that has always fascinated philosophers and theologians, linked as it is to the notions of unending...
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infinity

Origin: L. Infinitas; pref. In- not + finis boundary, limit, end: cf. F. Infinite. See Finite. ... 1. Unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity; eternity; boundlessness; immensity. 'There can not be more infinities than one; for one of them would limit the other.' (Sir W. Raleigh) ... 2. Unlimited capacity, energy, excellence, or knowledge; as, ...
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infinity

the concept of something that is unlimited, endless, without bound. The common symbol for infinity, , was invented by the English mathematician John ... [6 related articles]
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Infinity

The furthest distance on the focusing ring of a lens.
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