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Definition of Characteristics
characteristic 3. A table for facilitating reference to topics, names, and
the like, in a book; -- usually alphabetical in
arrangement, and printed at the end of the volume.
4. A prologue indicating what follows. [Obs.] --Shak.
5. (Anat.) The second digit, that next pollex, in the manus,
or hand; the forefinger; index finger.
6. (Math.) The figure or letter which shows the power or root
of a quantity; the exponent. [In this sense the plural is
Index error, the error in the reading of a mathematical
instrument arising from the zero of the index not being in
complete adjustment with that of the limb, or with its
theoretically perfect position in the instrument; a
correction to be applied to the instrument readings equal
to the error of the zero adjustment.
Index expurgatorius. [L.] See Index prohibitorius
Index finger. See Index, 5.
Index glass, the mirror on the index of a quadrant,
Index hand, the pointer or hand of a clock, watch, or other
registering machine; a hand that points to something.
Index of a logarithm (Math.), the integral part of the
logarithm, and always one less than the number of integral
figures in the given number. It is also called the
Index of refraction, or Refractive index (Opt.), the
number which expresses the ratio of the sine of the angle
of incidence to the sine of the angle of refraction. Thus
the index of refraction for sulphur is 2, because, when
light passes out of air into sulphur, the sine of the
angle of incidence is double the sine of the angle of
Index plate, a graduated circular plate, or one with
circular rows of holes differently spaced; used in
machines for graduating circles, cutting gear teeth, etc.
Index prohibitorius [L.], or Prohibitory index (R. C.
Ch.), a catalogue of books which are forbidden by the
church to be read; the index expurgatorius [L.], or
expurgatory index, is a catalogue of books from which
passages marked as against faith or morals must be removed
before Catholics can read them. These catalogues are
published with additions, from time to time, by the
Congregation of the Index, composed of cardinals,
theologians, etc., under the sanction of the pope. --Hook.
Index rerum [L.], a tabulated and alphabetized notebook,
for systematic preservation of items, quotations, etc.
Characteristic Char`ac*ter*is"tic, n.
1. A distinguishing trait, quality, or property; an element
of character; that which characterized. --Pope.
The characteristics of a true critic. --Johnson.
2. (Math.) The integral part (whether positive or negative)
of a logarithm.
Meaning of Characteristics from wikipedia
- topological invariant Characteristic
subgroup, a subgroup
that is invariant under
in group theory Method
, a technique
- or primary
is born with, can be distinguished
, which develop
- in the alleged
evaluation. Demand characteristics cannot
from experiments, but demand characteristics
can be studied
to see their
- with Chinese characteristics
(Chinese: 中国特色社会主义; pinyin: Zhōngguó tèsè shèhuìzhǔyì, literally
zhōngguó tèsè, meaning
"; and shèhuì...
equation), the method
of characteristics discovers curves
(called characteristic curves
or just characteristics
) along which
the PDE becomes
, the **** organs, which
are directly necessary
for ****ual reproduction
to occur. Secondary
**** characteristics include
- not a substance. This is complicated
by a lack of knowledge
of the characteristics
entities, if any, that may have developed outside
- disuse; he theorized
they do not require, or use, and develop characteristics
that are useful. The second
was to argue...
- the 20th century
were from the United
States. Some commonly found characteristics
of serial killers include
the following: They may exhibit varying
- also known
as a relative operating characteristic
it is a comparison
of two operating characteristics
(TPR and FPR) as the criterion
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