Segment

Body divisions, the first three being the thorax, the others abdominal.

Segment

Segment may mean: Computing Geometry Science ...
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Segment

to break a word or part of a word down into its component phonemes, for example: c-a-t; ch-a-t; ch-ar-t; g-r-ou-n-d; s-k-i-n.
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Segment

• (n.) A segment gear. • (n.) A part cut off from a figure by a line or plane; especially, that part of a circle contained between a chord and an arc of that circle, or so much of the circle as is cut off by the chord; as, the segment acb in the Illustration. • (n.) One of the cells or division formed by segmentation, as in egg cleav...
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segment

<biology> A portion of a larger body or structure, set off by natural or arbitrarily established boundaries. ... Origin: L. Segmentum = a piece cut off ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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segment

(from the article `computer science`) ...large block of contiguous memory space (perhaps even larger than real memory), when in actuality most of their work is on auxiliary storage ...
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segment

(from the article `culture`) ...is defined as one of an indefinite number of groupings each of which differs in composition from the other or others, such as men and women; ...
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segment

(L. segmentum a piece cut off) a portion of a larger body or structure, set off by natural or arbitrarily established boundaries.
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Segment

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) TCP specification for a single transport layer unit of information.
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segment

(seg´mәnt) a demarcated portion of a whole. adj., segmen´tal., adj. behavior segment the smallest descriptive unit of a response to a stimulus. bronchopulmonary segments the smaller subdivisions of the lobe of a lung; each segment is separate...
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segment

noun one of the parts into which something naturally divides; `a segment of an orange`
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Segment

(Passage) A portion of a trail. Changes in geographic features, jurisdiction and/or political boundaries often distinguish segments (passages).
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Segment

[handwriting] A segment of handwriting is a piece of the pen-tip trajectory between two defined segmentation points. If the occurrence of a minimum in the absolute (tangential) velocity is used as a heuristic for segmentation, the pen-tip trajectory can be subdivided into segments corresponding to ballistic strokes. In handwriting recogniti...
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Segment

[linguistics] In linguistics (specifically, phonetics and phonology), the term segment is `any discrete unit that can be identified, either physically or auditorily, in the stream of speech`.{Sfn | Crystal | 2003 | pp = 408–9} == Classifying speech units == Segments are called `discrete` because they are separate and individual, such as c...
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Segment

Seg'ment intransitive verb (Biol.) To divide or separate into parts in growth; to undergo segmentation, or cleavage, as in the segmentation of the ovum.
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Segment

Seg'ment noun [ Latin segmentum , from secare to cut, cut off: confer French segment . See Saw a cutting instrument.] 1. One of the parts into which any body naturally separates or is divided; a part divided or cut off; a section; a portion; as, a segment of ...
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segment

a " leg " or part of a journey, usually in reference to an air itinerary. One take-off and landing during air travel constitutes a " segment "
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Segment

A ' leg ' or part of a journey, usually in reference to an air itinerary. One take-off and landing d
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segment

a free or almost free part or subdivision of an organ. Calyx and corolla segments are called sepals and petals respectively. In the case of undifferentiated dicotyledonous flowers, the segments are called floral segments. cf. lobe
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Segment

A link or line defined by two consecutive coordinates in a line string.
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Segment

A portion of a specific part of the body. The spinal cord is split up into many segments. These segments can be grouped into four categories according to their position down the cord. Running from the top of the cord to the bottom are 8 ‘cervical` segments, 12 ‘thoracic` segments, 5 ‘lumbar` segments and 5 ‘sacral` segments...
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segment

A unit of speech which is identifiable and separate from others. It contrasts with the term suprasegmental which refers to those aspects of phonetic structure above the level of individual sounds.
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Segment

A [logical branch] segment or decision-to-decision path is the set of statements in a module which are executed as the result of the evaluation of some predicate (conditional) within the module
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Segment

In geometry, a segment is a part cut off from a figure by a line or plane. The term is especially applied to that part of a circle contained between a chord and an arc of that circle.
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Segment

In Vutrax, any straight line or track between two 'points'
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