(Askeri) ÇEVRE ŞART VE ETKİLERİ, ÇEVRE (HV.): Bulunulan yer, çevre teçhizatı ve içindeki canlıların harekat özelliklerini, hava sıcaklığı, nem ve bulaşıcı etkilerini, harekat usulleri, ivme, şok, titreşim ve radyasyon durumlarını içine alan bütün şart ve etkilerin toplu ifadesi
The aggregate of all external and internal conditions (such as temperature, humidity, radiation, magnetic and electric fields, shock vibration, etc ) either natural or man made, or self-induced, that influences the form, performance, reliability or survival of an item
the aggregate of all the external conditions and influences affecting the life, development, and ultimately the survival of an organism More commonly, the earth's crust, water resources, life forms, and atmosphere
The environment is a block of memory associated with the command processor or an executable that contains a list of named strings These user defined strings are used to provide information to programs about the world it lives in, such as where to look for various files, default switch settings, etc ; to define various options to programs or to the command processor, such as the description of the prompt For batch files, its most important use is as various types of memory, such as scratch pad memory, and the equivalents of RAM, registers, stack, etc
Your environment consists of the particular natural surroundings in which you live or exist, considered in relation to their physical characteristics or weather conditions. the maintenance of a safe environment for marine mammals
A combination of the computer hardware, operating system, and user interface A complete statement of an environment follows: a Pentium PCI-bus computer with 64M of RAM, a Wide and Fast SCSI host adapter, SVGA display adapter, sound card, and two-button mouse, using the Windows NT Server 4 0 operating system
The term `environment' cannot stand on its own and should always be used in combination with a given object, region or condition The point of reference in this book is the human environment which can be defined as a set of natural, social, cultural values which exist in a given place and point in time that influences the material and psychological life of man Thus, `environment' clearly means much more than nature and/or natural resources (see further) while the natural world is but one aspect of the total human environment When using the term `natural environment' the point of reference should therefore always be made clear; i e humans require quire different (natural) environmental conditions than a bird, or a fish or a tree
gen The aggregate of all the conditions and influences including physical location and operating characteristics of surrounding equipment and occupants, including temperature, humidity, and contaminants or surrounding air; operational procedures, acceleration, shock, vibration, and radiation [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
Surroundings in which an organization operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans, and their interrelations This definition extends the view from a company focus to the global system
A set of parameters defining various display, editing, and data manipulation conditions that remain active during a session until explicitly changed by the user For example, the drawing environment in ARCEDIT might be 'arcs on, labels off, annotation streets on'
The totality of the surrounding external conditions--biological, chemical, and physical--within which an organism, community, or object exists The term is not exclusive in that organisms can be and usually are part of another organism's environment Thus one can speak of the environment as that within which humankind lives, i e , separate and external; or, one can speak of humankind as a component of the environment
The body of laws pertaining to planning, contaminated land, abandoned mines, National Parks, pollution control, conservation of natural resources, and the conservation and enhancement of the natural environment
A collection of strings, of the form name=val, that each program has available to it Users generally place values into the environment in order to provide information to various programs Typical examples are the environment variables HOME and PATH
Someone's environment is all the circumstances, people, things, and events around them that influence their life. Pupils in our schools are taught in a safe, secure environment The moral characters of men are formed not by heredity but by environment
A collection of hardware, software, network communications and procedures that work together to provide a discrete type of computer service There may be one or more environments on a physical platform e g test, production An environment has unique features and characteristics that dictate how they are administered in similar, yet diverse, manners
The set of conditions under which a user is working on the computer The environment includes such information as the name of the working directory, the name of the command interpreter, the identity of the user's terminal, and so on
The complex set of physical, geographic, biological, social, cultural and political conditions that surround an individual or organism and that ultimately determines its form and nature of its survival
(1) (n ) In the UNIX® system, the conditions under which a user works while using a computer A user's environment includes those characteristics that personalize the user's login and how the user is allowed to interact in specific ways with UNIX and the computer For example, the shell environment includes the shell prompt string, specifics for backspace and erase characters, and commands for sending output from the terminal to the computer (2) (n ) In personal computing, "environment" includes software, a computer, and peripheral devices
The environs of a place consist of the area immediately surrounding it. the environs of Paris The town and its environs are inviting, with recreational attractions and art museums. the area surrounding a place (environ; ENVIRONMENT)
The parts or places which surround another place, or lie in its neighborhood; suburbs; as, the environs of a city or town
[ in-'vI-r&n, -'vI(-&)rn ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. From Middle English Old French enviruner, environner (“to surround”) environ (“around”) en (“in”) + viron (“a turn”) virer (“to turn, veer”).
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