Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire

Nomenclature

Résultats anglais
application (nom)
Sens 1 : an act of putting to use. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : application:1
Contextes
  • Again, however, these do not seem to have been revolts about the concept of tithes, although there were attempts to limit both tithes paid to laymen and the application of new tithes, and they were usually directed against the local lay magnates who collected the tithe or against the wealth of the cathedral chapters.
  • Therefore, the theory can be used without application of new constants.
  • Therefore, intelligent control of video capture by means of changing the view direction of the camera, spatial structuring of visual information, as well as generation of visual summaries are essential for successful application of this technology.
Sens 2 : a use to which something is put. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : application:1
Contextes
  • This chapter then proceeds to review the adaptive optics field because adaptive optical elements are a key enabling technology for the approach and the results of this thesis contribute a new application in this field.
  • The radical pluralist view seems to be, on another count, an application of post modern ideas to the ED.
  • Implementation of the approach occurs through its application to recently excavated data from a red-light district in late 19th-century Prescott, Arizona.
Sens 3 : an act of administering or superposing. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : application:2
Contextes
  • Leaching induced effects in the lime or cement applications related to geo-environmental works such as waste containment systems should be approached carefully.
  • Werner revised their technique in 1977 to include the application of a seal coating, after drying the glass, of PV A or Acryloid B- 72 to impede the disintegration (1992a:47).
  • The pressurized system also provides means for particle spray coating applications to obtain thin films of nanoparticles.
Sens 4 : a capacity for practical use. [Source : D'après MW]
Équivalent(s) : application:1
Contextes
  • With the rapid development of oleochemistry, the production of glycerol is rapidly increasing and chemists are trying to find new applications of glycerol to encourage a better industrial development of vegetable oils.
  • There is no indeterminism in the first type checking phase that may cause tokens to have different values in different applications of the algorithm.
  • He has worked on the development of various laser range sensors, mainly on the optomechanical design, their integration and on various demonstrations for many applications.