component

  1. an abstract part of something
  2. something determined in relation to something that includes it
  3. an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system

component

1. A substance whose concentration must be specified to describe the state of a mixture in which reactions are occurring. 2. A substance present in a mixture in which no reactions occur.
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Component

A permanently installed or attached fixture, element or part of a system.
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component

A separate part of a printed board assembly which performs a circuit function. Active devices, such as resistors, capacitors, or semiconductors, have distinct electrical characteristics that perform specific functions in a circuit and with terminals which may be inserted into or mounted on, a printing wiring board to form a printed wiring assembly...
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Component

( 1) Same as constituent.(2) That part of a tidal current velocity which, by resolution into orthogo
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component

(from the article `physical science, principles of`) ...at an angle to , the slope is less in the ratio /, or cos . The slope along is (grad ) cos and is the component of the vector grad along a ...
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component

(kom-po´nәnt) a constituent element or part. one part of a prosthesis system. M component structurally homogeneous protein in serum or urine appearing as a sharp spike in the beta or gamma globulin region on protein electrophoresis. The protein is in most case...
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component

[n] - an abstract part of something 2. [n] - an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up
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Component

• (n.) A constituent part; an ingredient. • (v. t.) Serving, or helping, to form; composing; constituting; constituent.
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component

<physiology> A constituent element or part, specifically in neurology, a series of neurons forming a functional system for conducting the afferent and efferent impulses in the somatic and splanchnic mechanisms of the body. ... (05 Jan 1998) ...
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component

constituent noun an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system; `spare components for cars`; `a component or constituent element of a syste...
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Component

[group theory] In mathematics, in the field of group theory, a component of a finite group is a quasisimple subnormal subgroup. Any two distinct components commute. The product of all the components is the layer of the group. For finite abelian (or nilpotent) groups, ``p``-component is used in a different sense to mean the Sylow p-subgroup,...
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Component

[thermodynamics] In thermodynamics, a component is a chemically-independent constituent of a system. The number of components represents the minimum number of independent species necessary to define the composition of all phases of the system. Calculating the number of components in a system is necessary, for example, when applying Gibbs` p...
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Component

[UML] A component in the Unified Modeling Language `represents a modular part of a system, that encapsulates its content and whose manifestation is replaceable within its environment. A component defines its behavior in terms of provided and required interfaces`. A component may be replaced by another if and only if their provided and requi...
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Component

[VTA] Component has a split platform. The northbound platform is located just north of Component Drive, the southbound platform is located just south of Component Drive. Component is served by both the Alum Rock–Santa Teresa and Mountain View–Winchester light rail lines. ==Station layout== ==Transit connections== VTA Bus Route 59, which...
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Component

Com·po'nent (kŏm*pō'n e nt) adjective [ Latin componens , present participle of componere . See Compound , transitive verb ] Serving, or helping, to form; composing; constituting; constituent. « The component parts of natu...
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Component

Com·po'nent noun A constituent part; an ingredient. Component of force (Mech.) , a force which, acting conjointly with one or more forces, produces the effect of a single force or resultant; one of a number of forces into which a single force may be resolved.
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Component

1. A substance whose concentration must be specified to describe the state of a mixture in which rea
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Component

1) One of the elements or compounds present in a system such as a phase, a mixture, a solution or a suspension in which it may or may not be uniformly dispersed. 2) A compound or a group of unresolved compounds represented by a peak on a chromatogram
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Component

A component represents a software module (source code, binary code, executable, DLL, etc.) with a well-defined interface. The interface of a component is represented by one or several interface elements that the component provides. Components are used to show compiler and run-time dependencies, as well as interface and calling dependencies among so...
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component

a constituent element or part; specifically in neurology, a series of neurons forming a functional system for conducting the afferent and efferent impulses in the somatic and splanchnic mechanisms of the body.
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component

A general term that is used to mean one part of something more complex. For example, a computer system may be a component of an IT service; an application may be a component of a release unit. Components that need to be managed should be configuration items.
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component

A minimal software item that can be tested in isolation....
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Component

A part of a software system smaller than the entire system but larger than an element.
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Component

A physical part to be mounted on a PCB. Examples include an Integrated Circuit (IC), Discrete Transistor, Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, Transformer, Connector assembly, Fuse holder
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