facet

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One among many similar or related, yet still distinct things

The child's learning disability was only one facet of the problems contributing to his delinquency.

One member of a compound eye, as found in insects and crustaceans
Any one of the flat surfaces cut into a gem

This facet of the diamond was masterfully cut to enhance its value.

One of a series of things, such as steps in a project

We had just about completed the research facet of the project when the order came to cancel it.

To cut a facet into a gemstone
A face of codimension 1 of a polytope
one of the small triangular plane surfaces of a diamond or other gem
{n} a small surface or face
a flat cut on the exterior surface (of a paperweight)
A polished, flat plane on the surface of a cut gem
When dividing subjects into distinct characteristic, each distinct characteristic is a facet Literature, for example, can be divided according to language, form, and period
An alternative interface of an object that is obtained by querying the primary interface
(1) Small articulation face, a smooth limited area on a bone (2) A locale of flake removal from a core, also called a flake scar
a distinct feature or element in a problem; "he studied every facet of the question"
One of the small plane surfaces made on a stone by cutting
A little face; a small, plane surface; as, the facets of a diamond
{i} one of the cut and polished surfaces of a gemstone; aspect, side (i.e. of a situation)
(N) -aspect; phase; side
a flat, platelike surface that acts as part of a joint; as seen in the vertebrae of the spine and in the subtalar joint of the ankle Each vertebra has two superior and two inferior facets
The small planar surfaces on a piece of crystal The reflection of light is dependent on the quality of the cut which forms the facet, and the angle and arrangement of the facet
one of the important aspects of the concept of ``agent'' - The main facets identified here are: state (belief, knowledge, goal, obligations, etc ), behaviour
A planar surface which is polished onto a gemstone
[Definition: From XML Schema [XML Schema part 2]: A single defining aspect of a value space Generally speaking, each facet characterizes a value space along independent axes or dimensions ]
A three or four-sided polygonal element that represents the smallest unit of a 3D mesh These meshes represent an approximation of the actual geometry Three-sided (triangular) facets are used in STL files
Flat surface cut into a diamond Correct positioning and angling of facets determines the amount of light that will reflect through the diamond
A facet of something is a single part or aspect of it. The caste system shapes nearly every facet of Indian life
A smooth circumscribed surface; as, the articular facet of a bone
The flat polished surfaces on a gemstone A round, brilliant-cut diamond has 58 facets
A face of a convex set, not equal to the set, of maximal dimension If the set is polyhedral, say P = {x: Ax <= b}, where the defining inequalities are irredundant, the facets are in 1-1 correspondence with {x in P: A(i, )x = b_i} for i such that the equality is not forced -- i e , there exists x in P for which A(i, )x < b_i
A term from Joule There may be several facets to an object They convey different authority I may own an object and all of its facets I may choose to pass one of those facets to you whereby you can invoke the methods (OO speak) or orders (KK speak) peculiar to that facet I have more authority over the object because I have more facets In Keykos there might be (1) node keys, (2) domain keys or (3) start keys, to the same node These are like three facets to the same object Start keys with various data bytes provide the principle form of facets in Keykos If the OB foundations do not provide facets the effect may be produced by intermediaries which limit the messages to the object Java and C++ do not provide facets
Cuts, normally concave, through which the central motif of a paperweight can be seen Filigree Twisted opaque white canes or twisted coloured canes - some authorities use the word filigree for coloured twists and latticinio for white twists Flash A thin layer of transparent colour Flat Bouquet or Nosegay: A two dimensional bouquet placed parallel with the base of a paperweight Flute A thin finger-like groove used as decorative cutting in some paperweights, particularly Whitefriars Floret, or Florette A large complex cane, resembling a stylistic flower head Back to Top
any of several sides or aspects of something, as in: We carefully considered every facet of the problem
The flat polished surface of the diamond Most diamonds have 58 facets
The narrow plane surface between flutings of a column
is a subset of a GIS database that contains information about one subarea of the overall digital map Facets are an effective way of dividing a continuous map into units which can be easily created, edited, and analyzed The terms facet and tile are synonymous and are, in some ways, the opposite of a continuous map
One of the numerous small eyes which make up the compound eyes of insects and crustaceans
The facets of a diamond or other precious stone are the flat surfaces that have been cut on its outside
a group of headings which all define a certain method of classification That is, a facet is a way in which a resource can be classified; for example, classified by color, classified by geography, classified by subject, etc The wine demo uses three facets: Varietal, Region, and Price
one of the polished surfaces on a cut diamond
To cut facets or small faces upon; as, to facet a diamond
a smooth surface (as of a bone or cut gemstone)
A posterior structure of a vertebra which articulates with a facet of an adjacent vertebra to form a facet joint that allows motion in the spinal column Each vertebra has two superior and two inferior facets
A component with two dimensions: either a polygon in a polygon mesh object or a subsurface in a surface mesh object
{f} cut and polish the surface of a gemstone, cut facets on a gemstone
facet plane
the plane of a facet of an object (as of a cube)
faceted
a term used to mean that the flat faces of a polyhedral form have been replaced by inverted pyramids A skeletal model can be considered to be a faceted form (See also dimpled )
faceted
having facets; "a faceted diamond"
faceted
having facets; "a faceted diamond
faceted
decorative surface cut into sharp-edged planes in a criss-cross pattern to reflect light Fall front - the flap of a bureau or secrétaire that pulls down to provide a writing surface Fauteuil - a French term for an armchair Feather banding - two narrow bands of veneer laid in opposite diagonals Federal style - the American version of the Neo-classical style, popular from c 1789 to c 1830 See Style Guide Ferrule - an often metal cap attached to the end of a slender shaft for strength or to prevent splitting Figuring - pattern made by the natural grain of wood Finial - decorative turned knob Flare - the outward curving shape of a furniture leg Frame - the wooden skeleton of an upholstered piece of furniture Fretwork - ornamental carving, often interlaced or pierced in appearance
faceted
decorative surface cut into sharp-edged planes in a criss-cross pattern to reflect light
faceted
Cut with many facets or planes
faceted
{s} having cut and polished surfaces (i.e. gemstone, stone); complex, having many sides or aspects
faceted
Flat faces cut into the bead or stone which increase its light reflection and make them shinier and stand out more
faceted
past of facet
faceted
A polyhedron may have many faceted forms A faceted model has the same vertices as the original model, but different faces connecting them For example the tetrahemihexahedron is a faceted form of the octahedron Faceting is the dual operation to stellation Whereas stellation keeps the same facial planes, but changes the vertices, faceting keeps the same vertices, but changes the faces
faceted
Having facets
faceted
A bilaterally beveled surface usually on bone or stone It has a hexagonal cross-section
faceting
present participle of facet
facets
(n) Repeating groups of polygons of similar topology, forming an approximate representation of a curved surface Curved surfaces such as cylinders and spheres are subdivided into a series of faceted planar surfaces, which approximate the original surface This transformation is often used so that curved surfaces can be rendered using algorithms that only support planar surfaces
facets
third-person singular of facet
facets
flat surfaces, typically where two adjoining body parts meet and articulate (move); e g , articulating facets on thoraxic pleural segments
facets
plural of facet
facets
under certain conditions snow crystals grow facets (or plates) from water vapor rising in the snowpack faceted snow, or sugar snow, has very little cohesion and can make a snowpack unstable
facets
The attributes of a slot Some facets depend on the value of the type facet For example, an integer slot type has facets for Minimum and Maximum
facets
The flat-faced angles that are cut into a diamond in order to maximize it's fire and brilliance
facets
the surfaces of the weight bearing portion of the vertebrae, a part of the posterior joints of the vertebrae
facets
Flat surfaces on a cut stone or glass
facets
small planes or divots remaining after the cutting edge has passed - what they look like depends on the quickness of the gouge and how the tool was handled They can be made purposeful - adding 'meaning' to the work or surface - or simply ways of texturing
facets
any of the definable aspects that make up a subject (as of contemplation) or an object (as of consideration)
facetted
{s} having cut and polished surfaces (i.e. gemstone, stone); complex, having many sides or aspects
star facet
One of the eight small triangular facets in the crown of a brilliant-cut gem
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