Module

The word 'module' was originally an architectural term for a standard unit of measurement - all modules being exactly the same - but it is now in common use in a wider sense .... the lunar module, for instance, was simply a separate unit of the Apollo spacecraft. In origami however, the word 'module' still implies that the units are either all identical (usually) or occur in sets of complementary units making up identical sub-assemblies (more rarely) or at the very least are similar in that they begin from the same basic folds. ...

Module

A self-contained part of a hardware item designed as a single replaceable unit, with a specific integral electronic function. It should require no installation other than mechanical mounting and completion of electrical connectors.

Module

The narrowest nominal width unit of measure in a barcode.

module

[n] - detachable compartment of a spacecraft 2. [n] - computer circuit consisting of an assembly of electronic components (as of computer hardware) 3. [n] - a self-contained component (unit or item) that is used in combination with other components
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Module

A group of circuits and controls that are mounted on a removable housing; often on consoles, all of the controls and circuits for one or two channels.
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module

A self-contained part of something that can function on its own.
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Module

Same as tone module or sound module or tone generator. See tone module.
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Module

The narrowest nominal width unit of measure in a bar code symbol
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Module

Dimensional co-ordination of components
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Module

Dimensional co-ordination of components.
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Module

A study topic within a subject â€` degrees and HNDs are made up of a set number of modules
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Module

A unit of study which is taught and assessed as a discrete unit. Students are awarded credit for the successful completion of modules. Modules form the building blocks of students' degree programmes.
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Module

A module is the basic unit of which the dimensions of the major parts of a work are multiples. The principle is used in sculpture and other art forms, but it is often most employed in architecture, where the module may be the dimensions of an important part of a building, such as a column, or simply some commonly accepted unit of measurement.
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Module

Mod'ule noun [ French, from Latin modulus a small measure, dim. of modus . See Mode , and confer Model , Modulus , Mold a matrix.] 1. A model or measure. 2. (Architecture) The size of some one part, as the diameter of semi-diameter of...
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Module

Mod'ule transitive verb [ See module , noun , Modulate .] To model; also, to modulate. [ Obsolete] Sandys. Drayton.
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module

noun a self-contained component (unit or item) that is used in combination with other components
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Module

• (n.) To model; also, to modulate. • (n.) The size of some one part, as the diameter of semi-diameter of the base of a shaft, taken as a unit of measure by which the proportions of the other parts of the composition are regulated. Generally, for columns, the semi-diameter is taken, and divided into a certain number of parts, called minut...
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module

in architecture, an arbitrary unit adopted to regulate the dimensions, proportions, or construction of the parts of a building. A number of modules, ... [1 related articles]
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Module

See photovoltaic (PV) module.
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Module

(Photovoltaic) See "Photovoltaic Module".
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Module

In architecture the term module is the size of some one part, for example the diameter of semi- diameter of the base of a shaft, taken as a unit of measure by which the proportions of the other parts of the composition are regulated. Generally, for columns, the semi-diameter is taken, and divided into a certain number of parts, called minutes, thou...
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Module

A module is a separately invocable element of a software system
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Module

[musician] Module is the name under which Wellington-based New Zealand musician Jeramiah Ross has released his work since 2003. ...
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module

See component....
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module

removable plug-in-unit generally with a front panel and designed to be introduced into a crate alone or with others, for example NIM module
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