abstract

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} soyutlamak
{i} özet

Bir kitabın özetini çıkardım. - I made an abstract of a book.

Ben makaleyi okumadım ama özeti okudum. - I didn't read the paper, but I read the abstract.

soyut

Teori benim için çok soyuttur. - The theory is too abstract for me.

Bazı soyut sanatları anlaması zordur. - Some abstract art is difficult to understand.

{f} özet çıkarmak
{f} özetlemek
{f} ayırmak
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) Mücerret
{i} soyut sanat eseri
{s} kuramsal
{f} aşırmak
{i} soyut düşünce
(Kanun,Ticaret) hülasa
özetçe
abstrakt
(Kimya) kimyasal yöntemlerle ayırmak
kafasını meşgul etmek
{f} damıtmak [biy.]
(Kanun) kısaltma
heykel
çekmek
genel
{f} ayır
çıkarmak
soyut resim
belirsiz
damıtm
nazari
{f} (äbsträkt') kafasını meşgul etmek
{f} (äb'sträkt) özetlemek, özet haline getirmek
in the abstract kuramsal olarak
(Tekstil) çözmek (ayırmak)
{f} (äbsträkt') çalmak, aşırmak
{s} abstre
soy

Bazı soyut sanatları anlaması zordur. - Some abstract art is difficult to understand.

Soyut modern sanatı anlamada güçlük çekiyorum, özellikle Mondrian. - I have difficulty understanding abstract modern art, especially Mondrian.

{s} teorik
{f} çalmak
eşya veya fikirlerden soyut olan
dalgın
abstract noun soyut isim abstract number soyut sayı
{f} (äbsträkt')
mücerret adet
özet haline getirmek
(Kimya) çözmek
almak
(Ticaret) hesap özeti
soyut yapıt
saime
damıtmak
abstraction
{i} soyutlama
abstract claim
(Ticaret) mücerret alacak
abstract number
abstre sayı
abstract art
soyut sanat

Soyut sanat hissedilecek bir şeydir. - Abstract art is something to feel.

Bazı soyut sanatları anlaması zordur. - Some abstract art is difficult to understand.

abstract artist
soyut sanatçı
abstract mathematics
soyut matematik
abstract noun
soyut ad
abstract noun
soyut isim
abstract number
soyut sayı
abstract thought
soyut düşünce
abstract algebra
Soyut cebir
abstract away
alıp götürmek
abstract away
anlamını öldürmek
abstract expressionism
soyut ekspresyonizm
abstract labour
Soyut emek, iş gücü. (Marx)
abstract notion
Soyut kavram
abstract of
soyut
abstract plan
soyut plan
abstract review
(Kanun) Soyut denetim
abstract space
Tanımsız elemanlardan ve bu elemanların gerçeklediği bazı aksiyomlardan oluşan matematiksel olarak biçimsel sistem
abstract syntax
(Bilgisayar) Soyut sözdizimi
abstract syntax tree
(Bilgisayar) Soyut sözdizimi ağacı
abstract thought
Soyut düşünce, kuramsal düşünüş
abstract, v
V soyut
abstract art
soyut sanat. abstract expressionism soyut ekspresyonizm
abstract attitude
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut tutum
abstract characterization
soyut sınıflandırma
abstract conception
(Felsefe) soyut kavrama
abstract data types 
(Bilgisayar) soyut veri tipleri 
abstract descriptive
(Bilgisayar) açıklayıcı özet
abstract idea
soyut görüş
abstract idea
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut fikir
abstract identification
soyut kimlik
abstract identifications
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut kimlikler
abstract indicative
(Bilgisayar) geniş özet
abstract intelligence
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut zeka
abstract mathematics
kuramsal matematik
abstract modeling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut modelleme
abstract number
mat. soyut sayı
abstract of account
hesap özeti
abstract of judgment
(Kanun) mahkeme özeti
abstract of title
tapu senedi
abstract of title
(Kanun,Ticaret) tasarruf senedi
abstract of title
(Kanun,Ticaret) tapu kayıtları özeti
abstract perception
soyut algı
abstract perceptions
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut algılar
abstract reasoning
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) soyut akıl yürütme
abstract symbol
soyut simge
abstract syntax tree
Soyut Söz Dizimi Ağacı
abstract term
(Dilbilim) soyut terim
abstract theater
(Tiyatro) soyut tiyatro
abstract theatre
(Tiyatro) soyut tiyatro
abstract world
soyut dünya
abstractness
(isim) soyutluk
abstracted
zihni meşgul
abstraction
alma
abstraction
soyutlama eylemi
abstraction
(Sanat) soyutluk
abstraction
düşünceye dalmış olma
abstraction
ayrılma
abstraction
çıkarılma
abstraction
soyut terim
abstraction
soyut kavram
abstraction
soyut sanat eseri
abstracts
bildiri özetleri
abstracted
dalgın
abstracted
{f} ayır
abstraction
{i} çalma
abstractly
soyut olarak
indicative abstract
geniş özet
indicative abstract
tanıtıcı özet
abstracting
soyutlama
model of abstract
soyut modeli
skeleton abstract
iskelet soyut
survey abstract
Anket soyut
abstracted
{s} düşünceli
abstracted
çıkar/kısalt
abstracted
{s} soyutlanmış
abstractedly
dalgın dalgın
abstractedly
dalgın bir şekilde
abstractedly
(zarf) dalgın dalgın
abstraction
(Diş Hekimliği) Çenelerin anormal derecede birbirnden uzak olduğu bir tür maloklizyon
abstraction
{i} güz. san. soyutluk
abstraction
{i} dalgınlık
abstraction
zihin meşguliyeti
abstraction
{i} soyut sanat
abstraction
ayırma/dalgınlık
abstraction
münzevi hayat
abstraction
aşırma
abstraction
(Tekstil) çıkarma (ayırma, tecrit)
abstraction
{i} ayırma
abstraction
tecrit
abstractness
{i} soyutluk
being abstract
soyutluk
in the abstract
kuramsal olarak
in the abstract
kavram olarak: He approves of it in the abstract, but not in practice. Onu uygulamada değil, kavram olarak beğeniyor
in the abstract
teoride
in the abstract
genel olarak
Englisch - Englisch
A powdered solid extract of a vegetable substance mixed with sugar of milk in such proportion that one part of the abstract represents two parts of the original substance
To steal; to take away; to remove without permission
To extract by means of distillation
An abridgement or summary
Apart from practice or reality; not concrete; ideal; vague; theoretical; impersonal
Difficult to understand; abstruse
To produce an abstraction, usually by refactoring existing code. Generally used with "out"

He abstracted out the square root function.

Something that concentrates in itself the qualities of something else
Of a class in object-oriented programming, being a partial basis for subclasses rather than a complete template for objects
General (as opposed to particular)
Free from representational qualities
To perform the process of abstraction
An abstraction; an abstract term
Extracted
To withdraw
To withdraw oneself; to retire
An abstract work of art
To create artistic abstractions of
To separate; to remove; to take away
To summarize; to abridge; to epitomize
To draw off (interest or attention)

He was wholly abstracted by other objects.

Considered apart from any application to a particular object; removed from; apart from; separate; abstracted
That which is abstract
To consider abstractly; to contemplate separately or by itself
Absent in mind
{a} abstracted, separated, pure
{v} to separate, remove, shorten, take
{n} an abridgement, a summary
consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically
An abstract is an abstract work of art
Expressing a particular property of an object viewed apart from the other properties which constitute it; opposed to concrete; as, honesty is an abstract word
Resulting from the mental faculty of abstraction; general as opposed to particular; as, "reptile"
Resulting from the mental faculty of abstraction; general as opposed to particular; as, "reptile" is an abstract or general name
Hence: ideal; abstruse; difficult
An abstract term
That which comprises or concentrates in itself the essential qualities of a larger thing or of several things
Withdraw; separate
A summary, an abridgement Before the use of photo static copying, public records were kept by abstracts of recorded documents
Abstract art makes use of shapes and patterns rather than showing people or things. a modern abstract painting. ¡Ù figurative
1- A brief non-evaluative summary of a journal article, book, or other information source 2- An index to journal articles that gives brief summary of the article along with the citation
In grammar, an abstract noun refers to a quality or idea rather than to a physical object. abstract words such as glory, honor, and courage. ¡Ù concrete
Abstract art makes use of shapes and patterns rather than showing people or things. a modern abstract painting. figurative
{f} remove, take away; steal; theorize, conceptualize; summarize, simplify
{i} summary, synopsis; essence; something that is not concrete, something that is abstract
An abstract idea or way of thinking is based on general ideas rather than on real things and events. abstract principles such as justice It's not a question of some abstract concept. = theoretical + abstractly ab·stract·ly It is hard to think abstractly in these conditions
{s} intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand
Abstracted; absent in mind
make off with belongings of others
A state of separation from other things; as, to consider a subject in the abstract, or apart from other associated things
To take secretly or dishonestly; to purloin; as, to abstract goods from a parcel, or money from a till
A summary of an article, book or other document
a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory
(1) A brief summary of the points in an article; (2) A source which compiles by subject, author, or title, articles in a selected group of periodicals and includes a summary of each article
A brief summary of an article or book Reading the abstract can help you decide if you want to locate and read the whole article or book
dealing with a subject in the abstract without practical purpose or intention; "abstract reasoning"; "abstract science"
A summary of the public records relating to the title to a particular piece of land If there are any title defects they must be cleared before a buyer can purchase clear, marketable, and insurable title
To epitomize; to abridge
To separate, as ideas, by the operation of the mind; to consider by itself; to contemplate separately, as a quality or attribute
(1) An index that not only provides citations, but also gives a brief summary of each item indexed (2) A short summary of an article in a scholarly journal, usually appearing towards the beginning of the article (3) A summary of a paper presented at a conference The full text of the paper is not always published
A short summary of a document that can either appear at the beginning of the document or in an index Indexes that include abstracts are often themselves called abstracts (i e , Historical Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts)
To withdraw; to separate; to take away
A summary of the public records relating to the title to a particular piece of land An attorney or title insurance company reviews an abstract of title to determine whether there are any title defects, which must be cleared before a buyer, can purchase clear, marketable and insurable title
When you talk or think about something in the abstract, you talk or think about it in a general way, rather than considering particular things or events. Money was a commodity she never thought about except in the abstract
To draw off in respect to interest or attention; as, his was wholly abstracted by other objects
a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance; "he loved her only in the abstract--not in person"
consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically consider apart from a particular case or instance; "Let's abstract away from this particular example"
Specifically: A summary or an epitome, as of a treatise or book, or of a statement; a brief
based on specialized theory; "a theoretical analysis"
a written summary of the important points of a scientific article
the summary of a book, article, or other item Abstracts may appear in periodical indexes or bibliographies They are usually non critical and attempt to help the user make a decision about the importance of the item
abstract algebra
The branch of mathematics concerned with algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, and fields
abstract art
: Art that does not depict objects in the natural world, but instead uses color and form in a non-representational way
abstract expressionism
An American genre of modern art that used improvised techniques to generate highly abstract forms
abstract harmonic analysis
advanced development of "classical" harmonic analysis dealing with functions of general kinds and with arguments as representations of infinite groups and group algebras of locally compact groups
abstract idea
An idea separated from a complex object, or from other ideas which naturally accompany it; as the solidity of marble when contemplated apart from its color or figure
abstract ideas
plural form of abstract idea
abstract language
Words that represent concepts rather than physical things
abstract nonsense
Details which are straightforward but so tedious that an author or lecturer would rather skip them (especially those of a category theoretical nature)
abstract nonsense
Details which involve diagram chasing
abstract noun
A noun that denotes an idea, emotion, feeling, quality or other abstract or intangible concept
abstract nouns
plural form of abstract noun
abstract number
A number used without application to things, as 6, 8, 10; but when applied to any thing, as 6 feet, 10 men, it becomes concrete
abstract numbers
plural form of abstract number
abstract of title
An epitome of the evidences of ownership; the condensed history of title to a particular parcel of real estate
abstract term
A term which expresses an abstract idea; such as beauty, whiteness, or roundness without regarding any object in which they exist
abstract term
A name for an order, genera, or species of things in which there is a combination of similar qualities
abstract terms
plural form of abstract term
abstract verb
Abstract verb refers to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is multidirectional (as opposed to unidirectional), an indirect motion, or a repeated action or series of actions (instead of a single, completed action). Abstract verbs are always imperfective in aspect, even if they have prefixes normally associated with the perfective aspect

concrete I flew to Frankfurt. (a single, completed action).

abstract verbs
plural form of abstract verb
abstract algebra
Abstract algebra is the subject area of mathematics that studies algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, fields, modules, vector spaces, and algebras. Most authors nowadays simply write algebra instead of abstract algebra
abstract space
(Coğrafya) Abstract space, in geography, refers to a hypothetical space characterized by equal and consistent properties; a geographic space that is completely homogenous
abstract thought
Thinking that is coherent and logical. (synonym) reasoning, logical thinking
Abstract Expressionism
style of abstract art characterized by sinuous lines, organic shapes, and few identifiable objects Often understood to be a free expression of subconscious mental activity
Abstract Expressionism
An art style of imageless and anti-formal paintings, improvisatory, dynamic, energetic, and free in technique, centered in New York in the post World War II era It was mainly used to describe non-geometric abstractions, and first came into use as a description of Kandinsky's paintings from 1910-14, but it applied more accurately to the work of Gorky and Pollock, and later Newman and Rothko
Abstract Expressionism
A term used generally to describe contemporary painting It was originally applied to Kandinsky’s abstract painting of the 1920’s, but many painters are still painting in this style today Paintings of this style are abstractions, with no recognizable relationship to anything in nature The style reflects the innermost feeling of the artist and usually results as an emotional release of the artist’s anger, fear or frustration Abstract Expressionism was the first artistic movement to have its roots both in Europe and in America Artists who painted in this style include Willem De Kooning, Mark Rothko, and Jackson Pollack
Abstract Expressionism
an American art movement of the 1950s and 1960s which invites the viewer to intuitively respond to colour and form
Abstract Expressionism
a style and movement of non-representational painting where artists apply paint quickly and forcefully to express feeling and emotion Developed in the 1940's and 1950's, the often-large works appear to be accidental but are very intentional Jackson Pollock is the movement's most important figures
Abstract Expressionism
American art movement of the 1940s that emphasized form and color within a nonrepresentational framework Jackson Pollock initiated the revolutionary technique of splattering the paint directly on canvas to achieve the subconscious interpretation of the artist's inner vision of reality
Abstract Expressionism
An American art movement from the 1950s and 60s Paintings by the Abstract Expressionists are non-objective, meaning that they have no basis in recognizable representations of the real world The birth of Abstract Expressionism marked the shift of the center of the art world from Europe to the US
Abstract Expressionism
The Russian Wassily Kandinsky sought Expressionism emotions in non-objective, or abstract, paintings He saw that objects and figures were not necessary to produce feelings in art He could do it with lines, shapes, and colors alone Kandinsky painted Expressionistic art that was abstract: hence, Abstract Expressionism The individual styles of Abstract Expressionists are as varied and individual as a person's handwriting This art movement contains great variety, for its creative method inspires individualism in its artists Abstract Expressionism began with no preconceived notions other than the experience of their most recent canvases But as the artist proceeds with the painting, the Abstract Expressionist carefully considers where it is to go The artist thinks about the arrangement of colors, lines and shapes
Abstract Expressionism
An art movement, primarily in painting, that originated in the United States in the 1940s and remained strong through the 1950s Artists working in many different styles emphasized spontaneous personal expression in large paintings that are abstract or nonrepresentational One type of Abstract Expressionism is called action painting See also expressionism
Abstract Windows Toolkit
set of Java program interfaces that provides Java applications with a uniform appearance on all platforms, AWT (Computers)
abstract art
{i} 20th century art movement in which attitudes and emotions are expressed through nonrepresentational means
abstract art
or nonobjective art or nonrepresentational art Art, including painting, sculpture, and graphic art, that does not represent recognizable objects. In the late 19th century the traditional European conception of art as the imitation of nature was abandoned in favour of the imagination and the unconscious. Abstraction developed in the early 20th century with such movements as Fauvism, Expressionism, Cubism, and Futurism. Vasily Kandinsky is credited as the first modern artist to paint purely abstract pictures, 1910. Piet Mondrian's De Stijl group in The Netherlands widened the spectrum 1915-20. Abstraction continued to flourish between the two world wars, and after the 1930s it was the most characteristic feature of Western art. After World War II, Abstract Expressionism emerged in the U.S. and had a great influence on European and American painting and sculpture. By the turn of the 21st century, artistic output was varied, with abstract art prominent alongside figurative and conceptual work
abstract expressionism
a New York school of painting characterized by freely created abstractions; the first important school of American painting to develop independently of European styles
abstract expressionism
A school of painting that flourished after World War II until the early 1960s, characterized by the view that art is nonrepresentational and chiefly improvisational. a style of painting that developed in New York in the late 1940s. It shows shapes and patterns which do not look like real things or people, but are intended to express emotions. It was practised by artists such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. Movement in U.S. painting that began in the late 1940s. Its development was influenced by the radical work of Arshile Gorky and Hans Hofmann and by the immigration in the late 1930s and early '40s of many European avant-garde artists to New York. The Abstract Expressionist movement itself is generally regarded as having begun with the paintings done by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning in the late 1940s and early '50s. Other artists who came to be associated with the style include Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still, Philip Guston, Helen Frankenthaler, Barnett Newman, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Motherwell, Lee Krasner, and Ad Reinhardt. The movement comprised many styles but shared several characteristics. The works were usually abstract (i.e., they depicted forms not found in the natural world); they emphasized freedom of emotional expression, technique, and execution; they displayed a single unified, undifferentiated field, network, or other image in unstructured space; and the canvases were large, to enhance the visual effect and project monumentality and power. The movement had a great impact on U.S. and European art in the 1950s; it marked the shift of the creative centre of modern painting from Paris to New York. See also abstract art; action painting
abstract expressionism
artistic movement seeking to give symbolic expression to inner experience
abstract idea
immaterial idea
abstract noun
{i} noun that represents some abstract idea or notion (i.e. independence, anger, love)
abstract noun
A noun that denotes an abstract or intangible concept, such as envy or joy. a noun that names a feeling, quality, or state rather than an object, animal, or person. For example, 'hunger' and 'beauty' are abstract nouns
abstract number
unnamed number, number that cannot be attributed to any specific substances
abstract of title
A brief history of the transfers of a piece of land, including all claims that could be made against it
abstract painting
painting made in the abstract method, painting which does not exactly represent its subject
abstract plan
indefinite plan, vague strategy; theoretical idea, hypothetical plan
abstract thinking
philosophical thought, hypothetical thinking, vague thinking, imaginary or unreal thought
abstract thinking
Interactions with one's own internal states as if they were independant entities (NC 8, BC 16, 44)
abstract thinking
ability to think in terms of ideas
abstract thinking
Being able to apply abstract concepts to new situations and surroundings
abstract thinking
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abstracted
Inattentive to surrounding objects; absent in mind

An abstracted scholar. - Johnson.

abstracted
Simple past tense and past participle of abstract
abstracted
Abstract; abstruse; difficult
abstractedly
In an abstracted manner; separately; with absence of mind
abstraction
An idea or notion of an abstract, or theoretical nature; as, to fight for mere abstractions
abstraction
A separation of volatile parts by the act of distillation. - Nicholson
abstraction
The act of leaving out of consideration one or more properties of a complex object so as to attend to others; analysis

Abstraction is no positive act: it is simply the negative of attention.

abstraction
The taking surreptitiously for one's own use part of the property of another; purloining. - ""
abstraction
Any generalization technique that ignores or hides details to capture some kind of commonality between different instances for the purpose of controlling the intellectual complexity of engineered systems, particularly software systems
abstraction
Removal of water from a river, lake, or aquifer, typically for industrial or agricultural uses
abstraction
Any intellectual construct produced through the technique of abstraction
abstractly
In an abstract state or manner; separately; absolutely; by itself; as, matter abstractly considered
an abstract
summary
abstraction
{i} abstract idea; unrealistic idea; act of removing or separating; preoccupation, absentmindedness; abstract work of art
abstracted
{a} separated, abstruse, absent
abstractedly
{a} simply, by itself
abstraction
{n} a drawing from, a separating of ideas, withdrawing from the world
abstractly
{a} simply, by itself
Abstracted
taken out of or separated from; "possibility is achievability, abstracted from achievement"- A N Whitehead
Abstracted
lost in thought; showing preoccupation; "an absent stare"; "an absentminded professer"; "the scatty glancing quality of a hyperactive but unfocused intelligence"
Abstractedly
in an absent-minded or preoccupied manner; "he read the letter absently"
Abstraction
The use of a general contract as a placeholder for specific details A technique for separating use from implementation
Abstraction
is formation of an idea, as of the qualities or properties of a thing, by mental separation from particular instances or material objects In software visualisation, abstraction depends on ignoring some aspects of a program or algorithm being visualised, if they do not constitute an efficient means for algorithm understanding On the other hand, it also consists of introduction to the visualisation some elements, which are present neither in the executed program nor in its data, and are usually difficult or impossible to be deduced from them (so called intention content - see below)
Abstraction
The logical form which analogous things have in common Also, the process of identifying characteristics that distinguish a collection of similar objects
Abstraction
Abstraction means extracting the essential features of something without including unnecessary detail In the context of object oriented development, we design classes so that clients of a class do not need to know about the detailed implementation of the class Perfect supports this kind of abstraction in specifications as well as implementations Although it is sometimes possible to define a class adequately by its behaviour alone, more often it is necessary to have some model of the data stored by the class in order to understand what the class is for The class methods are specified in terms of this abstract data model (although naturally, clients of the class do not have direct access to it) This leaves the way open to refining the abstract data model to a more efficient implementation model
Abstraction
In programming design abstraction means hiding details so that only what is needed to use the software is shown Abstraction, information hiding, and encapsulation all mean the same thing
Abstraction
The act of considering something as a general quality or characteristic, apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances
Abstraction
preoccupation with something to the exclusion of all else
Abstraction
A description of a collection of things that applies equally well to any one of them Also, a concept that denotes the common properties of a family
Abstraction
(v) the process of forming an abstract representation, usually hiding detail of the component, system or process not required for the purpose (n) the result of the process of abstraction
Abstraction
Process of deriving a general concept from specific details; partial representation of something whole
Abstraction
The essential characteristics of an entity that distinguish it from all other kind of entities An abstraction defines a boundary relative to the perspective of the viewer
Abstraction
the process of removing similar functionality from subclasses and instead defining it in their superclass (What is Programming? - Slide 16)
Abstraction
A mental activity, an attitude of mind which affects primarily the entire life-attitude of the personality It involves not only the detachment from long habit, but it involves also a complete readjustment of the entire threefold person to the world of souls
Abstraction
a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance; "he loved her only in the abstract--not in person"
Abstraction
Genus: Mental process Differentia: Forms a generalization from particulars
Abstraction
(1) the level of technical detail of some representation of software; (2) a cohesive model of data or an algorithmic procedure
Abstraction
a general concept formed by extracting common features from specific examples
Abstraction
an abstract painting
Abstraction
Method for computing depreciation by comparing the replacement cost of improvements to the sales price less the land value
Abstraction
The process of hiding details in a program, or the result of the process
Abstraction
– (1) With respect to software, the conceptual difference between the physical reality of computer hardware and the abstract or logical view of that same hardware provided by system software and/or a programming language (2) With respect to computer system modeling, the process of selecting and representing computing resources and application demands within a model
Abstraction
An abstraction is the
Abstraction
a generalized, condensed, or simplified concept derived from a more complex situation A part representation of some whole
Abstraction
(v) The process of separating the interface to some functionality from the underlying implementation in such a way that the implementation can be changed without changing the way that piece of code is used (n) The API (interface) for some piece of functionality that has been separated in this way
Abstraction
the act of withdrawing or removing something
Abstraction
the process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances
Abstraction
An intensional representation of a class, typically a description Abstractions always summarize, that is, they emphasize some properties and leave out other properties Omitted properties may be particular to members of the class but are not salient to defining the class
Abstraction
abstraction means ignoring many details in order to focus on the most important elements of a problem
Abstraction
A simplified representation of something that is potentially quite complex It is often not necessary to know the exact details of how something works, is represented or is implemented, because we can still make use of it in its simplified form Object-oriented design often involves finding the right level of abstraction at which to work when modeling real-life objects If the level is too high, then not enough detail will be captured If the level is too low, then a program could be more complex and difficult to create and understand than it needs to be
Abstraction
A representation of a problem, process, etc , that focuses on logical properties rather than on implementation details
Abstraction
is the act of abstracting, the separating from the concrete To derive To epitomize; to abridge, summarize, concentrate A brief statement of the chief points of a larger work; a condensed record or representation
Abstractly
in abstract terms
Abstractness
the quality of being considered apart from a specific instance or object
abstracted
achievability, abstracted from achievement"- A
abstracted
Separated from matter; abstract; ideal
abstracted
Separated or disconnected; withdrawn; removed; apart
abstracted
Whitehead
abstracted
{s} meditative, preoccupied; deep in thought
abstracted
Someone who is abstracted is thinking so deeply that they are not fully aware of what is happening around them. The same abstracted look was still on his face. = preoccupied + abstractedly ab·stract·ed·ly She nodded abstractedly. not noticing anything around you because you are thinking carefully about something else
abstracted
taken out of or separated from; "possibility is
abstracted
past of abstract
abstractedly
distractedly, in an absent-minded manner
abstracting
Creating a representation of the salient features of an information element An information element could be any information-carrying artifact, including a document, a segment of a document, an annotation, or even a group of elements The representation could take different forms, including a well-chosen name, a summary, or an object and attributes representation of features In the context of sensemaking, sensemakers often search for cogent abstractions to guide them in simplifying and structuring information See also summarizing and naming
abstracting
To describe key features or characteristics in summary form
abstracting
A thinking skill that involves summarizing and converting real-world events or ideas into models
abstracting
the act of summarizing information to make it easier and faster to search through Journal articles have well defined abstracts (though shorter items like letters to the editor are not really worth the effort to abstract) Web pages do not, hence the difficulty in searching through a large list of results when using a typical WWW search engine
abstracting
present participle of abstract
abstracting
{s} summarizing, taking away a portion of something; creating an abstract artistic work; getting rid of something without permission
abstracting
Abstracting is writing a succinct summary or synopsis of a work, often for an academic publication or professional journal The length, style, and amount of detail in an abstract vary depending on its intended use Estimated pace of work: Highly variable, depending in part on length and complexity of original material Fees: $50 to $100 per hour
abstraction
Thus, when the mind considers the form of a tree by itself, or the color of the leaves as separate from their size or figure, the act is called abstraction
abstraction
The taking surreptitiously for one's own use part of the property of another; purloining
abstraction
An abstraction is a general idea rather than one relating to a particular object, person, or situation. Is it worth fighting a big war, in the name of an abstraction like sovereignty?
abstraction
A separation from worldly objects; a recluse life; as, a hermit's abstraction
abstraction
Absence or absorption of mind; inattention to present objects
abstraction
A separation of volatile parts by the act of distillation
abstraction
The act of abstracting, separating, or withdrawing, or the state of being withdrawn; withdrawal
abstraction
So, also, when it considers whiteness, softness, virtue, existence, as separate from any particular objects
abstraction
a general concept formed by extracting common features from specific examples the act of withdrawing or removing something an abstract painting the process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance; "he loved her only in the abstract--not in person
abstraction
The act process of leaving out of consideration one or more properties of a complex object so as to attend to others; analysis
abstractly
theoretically, hypothetically; distractedly, in an absent-minded manner
abstractness
The quality of being abstract
abstractness
{i} quality of being abstract, state of being separate from the concrete or the real
abstractor
one who makes abstracts or summarizes information
abstractor
One who abstracts, or makes an abstract
abstracts
Abstracts are summaries of periodical articles and are usually one paragraph in length
abstracts
Short formal summaries of longer documentation
abstracts
none
abstracts
Statements issued by the Urgent Issues Task Force Companies must follow the requirements of Abstracts when preparing their accounts
abstracts
A database or print service that provides subject access to works in a specific subject field or a group of subject fields that also provides a summary of the work Most abstracts at UNI cover journal articles
abstracts
third-person singular of abstract
abstracts
plural of abstract
abstracts
The papers written by speakers noting their proposed lecture for the event After the event these papers are often printed and bound in a single volume and/or made available by Electronic Mail
abstracts
Abstracts linked to the corresponding OMIM entry containing the keyword
in the abstract
in an abstract manner, theoretically
abstract
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