cluster

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İngilizce - Türkçe
küme

Clyde Tombaugh ayrıca farklı yıldız kümeleri, bir kuyruklu yıldız ve yüzden fazla asteroid keşfetti. - Clyde Tombaugh also discovered several star clusters, a comet and more than a hundred asteroids.

{i} salkım
(Askeri) parça tesirli
(Biyokimya) öbek
takım
salkın
oğul arı
kümelenme
topaklandırmak
kümelemek
(Dilbilim) demetçik
(Tıp) yığılım
topaklamak
topak
kümelenmek
bir araya gelmek
demet
toplamak
türküm
bir araya getirmek
{f} kümele

Clyde Tombaugh ayrıca farklı yıldız kümeleri, bir kuyruklu yıldız ve yüzden fazla asteroid keşfetti. - Clyde Tombaugh also discovered several star clusters, a comet and more than a hundred asteroids.

{i} dizi
{f} demet haline gelmek
kümeleş/topla
{i} oğul (arı)
{f} salkım haline getirmek
(Avrupa Birliği) bölgesel işbirliği kümesi (bir sektöre ait)
{i} tutam
salklm haline gelmek
{i} küme, grup
{f} toplanmak
{f} kümelenmek, bir araya toplanmak
{i} hevenk
{f} kümelen
{f} demet yapmak
(Askeri) MAYIN ARAŞTIRMADA, BİR GRUP MAYIN BENZERİNİN TEMASINI BELİRTİR
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) göbek
kümeler
cluster adaptor
(Askeri) bomba kaseti
cluster analysis
(Ticaret) küme analizi
cluster approach
(Turizm) küme yaklaşımı
cluster compound
(Kimya) küme bileşiği
cluster control
(Bilgisayar) küme denetimi
cluster development
(Jeoloji) küme gelişimi
cluster development
(Çevre) küme imar
cluster diagram
(Bilgisayar) salkım şeması
cluster group
(Bilgisayar) küme grubu
cluster headache
(Tıp) küme başağrısı
cluster headache
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küme baş ağrısı
cluster housing
toplu konut
cluster investigation
(Kimya) küme araştırması
cluster ip
(Bilgisayar) küme ip'si
cluster mill
(Mekanik,Teknik) çok merdaneli hadde düzeni
cluster name
(Bilgisayar) küme adı
cluster sample
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küme örneklemi
cluster sampling
(Bilgisayar) topak örneklemesi
cluster sampling
(Ticaret) küme örneklemesi
cluster sampling
(Bilgisayar) topaklı örnekleme
cluster seizure
(Tıp) küme nöbeti
cluster seizures
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küme nöbetleri
cluster service
(Bilgisayar) küme hizmeti
cluster size
(Bilgisayar) küme boyutu
cluster suicides
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küme intiharı
cluster theory
(Fizik) cluster teorisi
cluster analysis
kümeleme çözümlemesi
cluster controller
küme denetçisi
cluster gear
grup dişlisi
cluster of nebulae
nebula kümesi
cluster point
yığılma noktası
cluster bomb
misket bombası, salkım bomba
cluster fuck
Küme fuck
cluster headaches
Küme baş ağrısı
cluster of hair
saç küme
cluster projectile
küme mermi
cluster seizures
(Tıp, İlaç) Küme nöbetleri; yirmi dört saatte baş gösteren iki veya daha fazla nöbet
cluster seizures
(Tıp, İlaç) Arka arkaya gelen epilepsi krizleri
cluster, group, complex
küme, grup, karmaşık
cluster adaptor
(Askeri) BOMBA KASETİ: Bir uçağın bomba hamili üzerinde bulunan ve küçük bombalardan oluşan bir demeti taşımaya yarayan tertibat
cluster bomb
(Askeri) Parça tesirli bomba
cluster bomb unit
(Askeri) DEMET BOMBA BİRİMİ: Bir dispenser (dağıtıcı) ve bombacıklardan oluşan bomba
cluster bomb unit; conference bridge unit; construction battalion unit
(Askeri) misket bomba birliği; bağlantıo köprü birliği; inşaat tabur birliği
cluster gear
(Otomotiv) grup dişli
cluster of nebulae
(Astronomi) bulutsu kümesi
cluster pine
alaçam
cluster point
(Matematik) kaplama noktası
cluster round
çevresinde toplanmak
galactic cluster
(Tekstil) Galaktik küme, açık küme
galaxy cluster
(Tekstil) Galaktik küme, açık küme
cluster bomb
(Askeri) misket bomba
clustered
kümeli
clustered
kümelenmiş
clustered
kümelenen
clustering
kümelenerek
clustering
(Turizm) örnek birim geliştirme
clustering
(Bilgisayar) kümeleme
clusters
(Bilgisayar) küme

Clyde Tombaugh ayrıca farklı yıldız kümeleri, bir kuyruklu yıldız ve yüzden fazla asteroid keşfetti. - Clyde Tombaugh also discovered several star clusters, a comet and more than a hundred asteroids.

empty cluster
(Bilgisayar) boş küme
open cluster
(Tekstil) Galaktik küme, açık küme
clustering
{f} kümelen
clustering
{i} kümelenme
counter gear cluster
şanzıman grup dişlisi
device cluster
aygıt grubu
double cluster
çift küme
knot cluster
budak kümesi
layshaft gear cluster
ara mili bloku
star cluster
yıldız kümesi
Cluster bomb
(Askeri) misket bombası
clustered
kümelen(mış)
globular cluster
küresel küme
magnetic tape cluster
manyetik teyp küme
open cluster
açık küme
server cluster
sunucu kümesi
tape cluster
şerit kümesi, şerit salkımı
a cluster of bees
oğul
amphibious task group; assign trunk group cluster
(Askeri) amfibi görev grubu
base cluster operations center
(Askeri) üs grup harekat merkezi
bomb cluster
(Askeri) bomba demeti
bronze oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) bronz meşe dalı rozeti
bronze oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) BRONZ MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Bak. "oak leaf cluster" ve "silver oak leaf cluster"
clustered
kümelen
consonant cluster
(Dilbilim) ünsüz kümesi
delete cluster
(Bilgisayar) kümeyi sil
directory cluster
(Bilgisayar) dizin kümesi
fuel cluster
(Nükleer Bilimler) yakıt demeti
housing cluster
(İnşaat) konut kümesi
lost cluster
kopuk küme
miniature oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Küçük bir meşe dalı şeklindeki nişan. Fevkalade bir hizmet veya başarı gösterenlere, tekrar aynı hakkı kazanmaları halinde, bir nişan verilir
silver oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) gümüş meşe dalı rozeti
silver oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) GÜMÜŞ MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Her beş adet bronz meşe dalı rozeti yerine takılan alamet
sorted cluster
(Bilgisayar) sıralanmış küme
star cluster
takım yıldızı
symptom cluster
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom kümesi
terminal cluster
ucbirim kumesi
trunk group cluster
(Askeri) ana devre grubu
unsorted cluster
(Bilgisayar) sıralanmamış küme
vacancy cluster
(İnşaat) boşluk kümesi
vowel cluster
(Dilbilim) ünlü kümesi
winter cluster
(Arılık) kış salkımı
winter cluster
(Arılık) kış kümesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A group of consonants

The word scrub begins with a cluster of three consonants.

To form into a cluster

The children clustered together around the puppy.

A group or bunch of several discrete items that are close to each other

A cluster of flowers grew in the pot.

A chord of three or more notes
A group of galaxies or stars that appear near each other

The Pleiades cluster contains seven bright stars.

A small metal design that indicates that a medal has been awarded to the same person before
Set of bombs or mines
A significant subset within a population
A group of computers that work together
{n} a bunch, heap, herd, body, collection
{v} to grow in bunches, collect, crowd
A group of components or systems that work together as one for improved resilience, performance and continuity of service Fibre Channel permits clustered systems to access a single centralized storage pool
come together as in a cluster or flock; "The poets constellate in this town every summer"
A group of independent computer systems known as nodes or hosts, that work together as a single system to ensure that mission-critical applications and resources remain available to clients A server cluster is the type of cluster that the Cluster service implements Network Load Balancing provides a software solution for clustering multiple computers running Windows 2000 Server that provides networked services over the Internet and private intranets
a grouping of a number of similar things; "a bunch of trees"; "a cluster of admirers"
In the context of EST clustering and assembly, a cluster is a group of related sequences that ideally contain all sequences derived from the same gene, but more typically will contain ESTs from related genes The clustering process segments the millions of ESTs into smaller groups for the assembler to reconstruct all related transcripts within the cluster
Used to label an unusually large number of occurrances of a disease or condition in one place An "autism cluster" would be an unusually large number of cases of autism in (perhaps) a single locality Clusters constitute evidence in the search for causes of diseases and conditions In early 1999, an autism cluster was reported in the Brick Township of New Jersey
An aggregation of cases of a disease or other health-related condition, particularly cancer and birth defects, which are closely grouped in time and place The number of cases may or may not exceed the expected number; frequently the expected number is not known
A group of stars held together by gravity since they were formed together There are two main types: Open star clusters and Globular star clusters One is tight and round, the other is loose and irregular (See Illustrations )
gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk"
In a set of elements, a cluster is a subset of elements that are relatively near each other and relatively far and separated from other elements To "cluster" a set is to identify the sets of similar elements For example, a set of documents could be clustered so that documents on the same topics are put in separate clusters -- identified by the presence of the same low frequency words
The basic allocation unit for storage on a disk, consisting of one or more sectors The number of sectors that make up one cluster depends on the type and size of the media The minimum amount of disk space used by a single file is one cluster Even if the file physically occupies only part of a cluster, the entire cluster is allocated to the file and marked as used space
To collect into a cluster or clusters; to gather into a bunch or close body
A group of computers that work together to provide services Example: Homer is a cluster of computers that provide email, file and print services
come together as in a cluster or flock; "The poets constellate in this town every summer
If people cluster together, they gather together in a small group. The passengers clustered together in small groups The children clustered around me. see also clustered. if a group of people or things cluster somewhere, or are clustered somewhere, they form a small group in that place cluster around/together etc. cluster of galaxies globular cluster open cluster galactic cluster Virgo cluster
A group of sectors on a disk DOS allocates disk space to files in clusters
A contiguous group of sectors on a disk: the smallest unit of disk storage that DOS can manipulate
A set of networked machines that share a single workload On the Urbana campus, CITES offers all students, staff, and faculty a free account on a set of machines (students uiuc edu and staff uiuc edu) commonly referred to as the cluster (or the student/staff cluster) For information on obtaining or using a cluster account, see "Cluster Accounts "
In BGP, a set of routers that have been grouped together A cluster consists of one system that acts as a route reflector, along with any number of client peers The client peers receive their route information only from the route reflector system Routers in a cluster do not need to be fully meshed
A number of similar things collected together or lying contiguous; a group; as, a cluster of islands
A cluster is defined as a group of cells that use all of the available frequencies allocated to the network operator
A number of individuals grouped together or collected in one place; a crowd; a mob
A specified number of sectors grouped together by the FORMAT command The number is determined by the size of the logical drive A cluster is the smallest storage unit for storing files
(1) (n ) A group of computers connected by a high-speed network that work together as if they were one machine with multiple CPUs (2) (n ) A logical collection of packages (software modules) (3) (n ) A group of software packages Clusters can contain other clusters Clusters and their components form a hierarchical tree
Commercial definition: A collection of potentially distinct computers that are tightly coupled and share an address space An example would be several SHV systems connected through SCI Academic definition: Any collection of distinct computers that are connected and used as a parallel computer Examples include Ethernet-connected workstation networks and rack-mounted workstations dedicated to parallel computing See workstation farm and distributed computer
A group of clones related to one another by sequence homology Each cluster has a unique Cluster ID number for a given stringency
A group or bunch of something, containing only a few members, which are close to each other
A group of stylistically and chronologically similar artifacts for which adequate excavation data does not exist to allow for the classification as a phase
A cluster of people or things is a small group of them close together. There's no town here, just a cluster of shops, cabins and motels at the side of the highway
{i} group; bunch; unit for data storage on a disk (Computers); group of stars of approximately the same age which are held together by mutual gravitation (Astronomy)
To grow in clusters or assemble in groups; to gather or unite in a cluster or clusters
A homogeneous group of units which vary "like" one another "Likeness" is usually determined by the association, similarity, or distance among the measurement patterns associated with the units
A number of things of the same kind growing together; a bunch
A discrete aggregate of bacterial cells in an exopolymeric matrix (see EPS) It is believed that there are about 10 thousand million cells in 1 ml of cluster material The clusters tend to be between 20-300 micrometers across and 20-200 micrometers high
A group of sectors on a computer disk, treated as a unit
in a sampling context, a cluster is defined as a category assigned to a neighborhood based on the assumption that the households share certain demographic, social, and economic characteristics In a segmentation context, a cluster is a homogenous group of respondents who are defined through cluster analysis
{f} gather closely together, assemble, crowd together
is a set of execution "servers" or hosts on which a single batch server manages batch jobs A cluster may be made up of a set of workstations, multiple cpu systems, or a set of nodes in a parallel system
A collection of terminals or other devices in a single location
fascicle
cluster analyses
plural form of cluster analysis
cluster analysis
The classification of objects into different groups, or more precisely, the partitioning of a data set into subsets (clusters), so that the data in each subset (ideally) share some common trait - often proximity according to some defined distance measure
cluster bomb
Explosive munition designed to explode in the air and release a cluster of smaller explosives, thus spreading the blast over a larger area
cluster bombs
plural form of cluster bomb
cluster fuck
A confusing or chaotic situation or event, often caused by a failure of communication, an excessive amount of people attempting to accomplish a given task, or a complex environment

My cousin was in the Army over here in '68. He says don't trust anybody to know what they're doing, calls it a cluster-fuck. Fucked-up-beyond- all-repair, FUBAR he says.

cluster fucks
plural form of cluster fuck
cluster headache
An extremely painful, cyclical and unilateral headache
cluster headaches
plural form of cluster headache
cluster state
Any of a subset of graph states that can be fitted to a regular cubic lattice
cluster-fuck
Alternative spelling of cluster fuck
cluster bomb
(Askeri) Cluster Munitions or Cluster Bombs are air-dropped or ground-launched munitions that eject a number of smaller submunitions ("bomblets"). The most common types are intended to kill enemy personnel and destroy vehicles. Submunition based weapons designed to destroy runways, electric power transmission lines, deliver chemical or biological weapons, or to scatter land mines have also been produced. Some submunition based weapons can disperse non-munition payloads, such as leaflets
cluster munition
(Askeri) Cluster Munitions or Cluster Bombs are air-dropped or ground-launched munitions that eject a number of smaller submunitions ("bomblets"). The most common types are intended to kill enemy personnel and destroy vehicles. Submunition based weapons designed to destroy runways, electric power transmission lines, deliver chemical or biological weapons, or to scatter land mines have also been produced. Some submunition based weapons can disperse non-munition payloads, such as leaflets
cluster bomb
bomb consisting of a canister that is dropped from a plane and that opens to release a cluster of bomblets (usually fragmentation bombs) over a wide area; "cluster bombs cannot be targeted precisely
cluster bomb
A cluster bomb is a type of bomb which is dropped from an aircraft. It contains a large number of smaller bombs that spread out before they hit the ground. A projectile that, when dropped from an aircraft or fired through the air, releases explosive fragments over a wide area. a bomb that sends out smaller bombs when it explodes
cluster bomb
{i} bomb that contains many small bomblets that ejects a number of projectiles on impact
cluster headache
A recurring headache similar to migraine and characterized by severe pain in the eye or temple on one side of the head, watering of the eye, and a runny nose
cluster of bananas
bunch of bananas connected together at the stalk
cluster of bombs
large number of bombs dropped simultaneously
cluster of buildings
group of buildings, several buildings which are close to one another
cluster of galaxies
Gravitationally bound grouping of galaxies, numbering from the hundreds to the tens of thousands. Large clusters of galaxies often exhibit extensive X-ray emission from intergalactic gas heated to tens of millions of degrees. Also, interactions of galaxies with each other and with the intracluster gas may deplete galaxies of their own interstellar gas. The Milky Way Galaxy belongs to the Local Group, which lies on the outskirts of the Virgo Cluster
cluster of grapes
{i} bunch of grapes
cluster of spectators
{i} bunch of spectators, group of spectators
cluster pine
A Mediterranean pine tree (Pinus pinaster) having long needles in clusters of two, and large ovoid seed-bearing cones
cluster projectile
projectile or missile containing a number of explosives designed to cause damage to a broad area
cluster sampling
(Statistics) technique of sampling where the whole population is divided into groups and a random sample of these clusters are picked out
cluster shell
shell composed of explosives which spread over a wide area causing extensive damage
clustered
Simple past tense and past participle of cluster
clustering
A prewriting technique consisting of writing ideas down on a sheet of paper around a central idea within a circle, with the related ideas radially joined to the circle using rays
clustering
The undesirable, contiguous grouping of elements in a hash table
clustering
Present participle of cluster
globular cluster
a spherical star cluster containing thousands to millions of stars
iron-sulfur cluster
a unit comprising two or more iron atoms and bridging sulfur ligands in an iron-sulfur protein
iron-sulphur cluster
alternative spelling of iron-sulfur cluster
metal cluster compound
any compound in which two ot more metal atoms are bonded to one another
open cluster
a more or less irregular star cluster containing tens to thousands of stars
star cluster
A group of gravitationally bound stars and other material (such as nebulae and planets), conventionally with one generation of similarly aged stars from the same pre-stellar nebula
galactic cluster
(Tekstil) A loose, irregular grouping of stars that originated from a single nebula in the arms of a spiral galaxy. Also called open cluster or galaxy cluster
galaxy cluster
(Tekstil) A loose, irregular grouping of stars that originated from a single nebula in the arms of a spiral galaxy. Also called open cluster or galactic cluster
open cluster
(Tekstil) A loose, irregular grouping of stars that originated from a single nebula in the arms of a spiral galaxy. Also called galaxy cluster or galactic cluster
clustered
{a} gathered into a cluster, swelled
open cluster
(Astronomi) An open cluster is a group of up to a few thousand stars that were formed from the same giant molecular cloud, and are still loosely gravitationally bound to each other
Virgo cluster
Closest large cluster of galaxies at a distance of about 50 million light-years in the direction of the constellation Virgo. About 200 bright galaxies and thousands of faint ones reside in the cluster. In turn, the Virgo cluster lies at the approximate centre of a larger gravitationally bound structure, called the Local Supercluster, which also includes the Local Group of galaxies, to which the Milky Way Galaxy belongs. Near the centre of the Virgo cluster is the giant elliptical galaxy M87 (or Virgo A), one of the strongest radio sources in the sky and also a powerful X-ray source. Images of M87s active galactic nucleus, obtained in 1994, revealed gas orbiting at such high speeds that astronomers believe a supermassive black hole must be present
clustered
(of plants) growing close together but not in dense mats
clustered
occurring close together in bunches or clusters
clustered
past of cluster
clustered
If people or things are clustered somewhere, there is a group of them close together there. Officials were clustered at every open office door, talking excitedly
clustered
clustered together but not coherent; "an agglomerated flower head"
clustering
The technique of grouping records together based on their locality and connectivity within the n-dimensional space This is an unsupervised learning technique
clustering
A bioinformatics technique for visualizing patterns in experimental data
clustering
The listing of only one page from each web site in a search engine or directory's list of search results This avoids occupation of all the top results by a small number of web sites and makes the list of results clearer and more useful to the user
clustering
Connecting multiple computers to have them work together as one
clustering
A group of physical systems working together as a single system LNA allows to build a powerful and easily manageable high performance or application clusters
clustering
- A technique in which two or more servers are interconnected and can access a common storage pool Clustering prevents the failure of a single file server from denying access to data and adds computing power to the network for large numbers of users
clustering
The ability to share the computing load and resources by linking two or more discrete computer systems to function as though they are one
clustering
Clustering is the use of multiple computers and storage devices to create what seems to be a single system Clustering is often used to increase a system's availability and for load balancing on highly-trafficked Web sites
clustering
a grouping of a number of similar things; "a bunch of trees"; "a cluster of admirers"
clustering
Creating a mini-network of computers that function in a fault resilient manner If one computer fails, others in the cluster take up the additional load
clustering
the grouping of a population based on ethnicity, economics or religion
clustering
Linking multiple servers to ensure system resources will be made available to all users A clustered system is transparent to users, seeing no difference between a cluster and a stand-alone server
clustering
grouping similar items together to form clusters whose centroid or representative characterizes the group
clustering
Objects can be created close together in the federation, based on their predicted access patterns Thus, if two objects are typically accessed together, clustering them in the same database will minimize tape-mounts in mass store, and placing them on the same page will improve access by pre-fetching the second one when the first is accessed, minimizing I/O traffic
clustering
{s} grouping of a number of similar things
clustering
unsupervised training; the process of generating signatures based on the natural groupings of pixels in image data when they are plotted in spectral space
clustering
Connecting two or more computers together for the purpose of sharing resources and request load Each member computer of a cluster is called a node The nodes in a cluster may either have their own storage devices or share a common device Typically, clustering will involve support for load balancing, fault tolerance, and failover See also load balancing; node; fault tolerance; failover
clustering
A closely grouped series of events or cases of a disease or other health-related phenomena with well-defined distribution patterns in relation to time or place or both The term is normally used to describe aggregation of relatively uncommon events or diseases, e g , plague, smallpox
clustering
The practice of linking many small computers to do a big job Companies hope clusters of Linux computers will give them the power they want on the cheap
clustering
a grouping of a number of similar things
clustering
1 A method of super-computing that involves connecting groups of computers to share in compute tasks and processes Synonymous to networked, pre-emptive multi-tasking Most commonly used in digital animation studios instead of massively parallel supercomputers 2 A method of sharing resources for fail-over Commonly applied to separate servers that share a drive tower or RAID The most prevalent, affordable, secure and powerful server clustering technology and platform today is still DEC VMS/OpenVMS, UNIX being still a very distant second
clustering
the action of the verb to cluster
clustering
Clustering algorithms find groups of items that are similar For example, clustering could be used by an insurance company to group customers according to income, age, types of policies purchased and prior claims experience It divides a data set so that records with similar content are in the same group, and groups are as different as possible from each other Since the categories are unspecified, this is sometimes referred to as unsupervised learning
clustering
A server architecture that emulates multiprocessing by interconnecting two or more individual computers in order to share the application processing load Microsoft's future clustering technology for Windows NT now carries the code name Wolfpack A number of third parties offer proprietary clustering hardware and software for Windows NT Server 4 0
clustering
Definition: The process of listing a single page from a web site within a search engine or directory's search results This is a common practice in order to provide a wider variety of relevant results and is aimed to keep one company from occupying all of the top positions
clustering
Listing of one page from each website within a search engine or directory This avoids occupation of all the top results by a small number of web sites and makes the list of results clearer and more useful to the user
clustering
a cross between parallel processing and distributed computing Networked computers, on a local level, work together just like a parallel machine Although the work is split across multiple computers, they behave in a parallel fashion The same hurdles for parallel processing still exist Mentioned in: DC Alternatives, Parallel Processing See also: parallel processing
clustering
Group of independent systems working together as a single system Clustering technology allows groups of servers to access a single disk array containing applications and data
clustering
A type of multiprocessor or architecture in which there is a hierarchy of the units of replication At the lowest level, "processors" are replicated to form a "cluster" The cluster consists of M processors and a shared switching network that provides communication among the processors and access to a shared local memory At the next higher level, the clusters are replicated A clustered "system" consists of N clusters interconnected through a global network that allows communication among the clusters and access to a global memory that is shared among the cluster The purpose of clustering is to reduce conflicts in accessing shared resources, whether these resources are the communication network or the storage system
clusters
Statistical grouping of consumers with similar lifestyle profiles, based on demographic and socio-economic indicators
clusters
A unit of storage on a mass-storage device such as a hard disk drive or CD-ROM disc On a hard drive a cluster usually consists of two to eight sectors The actual amount of data a cluster can hold is dependent on the operating system and controller type
clusters
the natural groupings of pixels when plotted in spectral space
clusters
A DEC architecture that lets several VMS nodes/systems have transparent access to the same disk drives See VAX Cluster
clusters
Groups of transactions, usually consecutive, which are selected and examined
clusters
Groups of notes that are the interval of a second apart from one another
clusters
Either Open or Globular star clusters Defined by a group of stars located in a relatively small area of space such that each is affected by the others gravitational pull Stars in Open Clusters are fairly far apart while stars in a globular cluster are densely packed often containing a nucleus
clusters
a collection of program components (modules) that is tested as a group
clusters
(see star clusters or galactic clusters)
clusters
Natural groupings of objects created by cluster analysis In a cluster, objects are mutually closer to each other than to objects in other clusters
clusters
No longer used Groupings of Schools for administrative purposes
clusters
plural of cluster
clustery
Growing in, or full of, clusters; like clusters
clustery
{s} clumpy, gathered into clusters, formed into groups
flower cluster
an inflorescence consisting of a cluster of flowers
globular cluster
cluster of up to a million stars that are held together in a spherical form by the force of gravity (Astronomy)
globular cluster
A system of stars, generally smaller in size than a galaxy, that is more or less globular in conformation. Any large group of old, Population II (see Populations I and II) stars closely packed in a symmetrical, somewhat spherical form. About 150 have been identified in the Milky Way Galaxy. Most are distributed in a spherical volume above and below the Galaxy's disk (see galactic halo). Globular clusters contain many more stars (10,000-1,000,000) than open clusters do and can be several hundred light-years in diameter. Because they are so distant from the solar system, most are not visible to the unaided eye. Omega Centauri and a few others can be seen without a telescope as hazy patches of light
lost cluster
malfunction in which a small segment of a disk is not linked to any file
oak leaf cluster
A decoration of bronze or silver oak leaves and acorns given to holders of various U.S. military medals in recognition of acts entitling them to another award of the same medal
oak leaf cluster
a United States military decoration consisting of bronze or silver oak leaves and acorns awarded to anyone who has won a given medal before
open cluster
or galactic cluster Any group of Population I (see Populations I and II) stars with a common origin, held together by mutual gravitation (not to be confused with a cluster of galaxies). Stars in open clusters are much more scattered than those in globular clusters. All known open clusters contain from about 10 to 1,000 or more stars (about half contain fewer than 100) and have diameters of 5-75 light-years. More than 1,000 have been discovered in the Milky Way Galaxy; well-known examples include the Pleiades and the Hyades
tone cluster
A dissonant group of closely spaced notes played at the same time
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cluster analizi
cluster analysis
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