node

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Englisch - Türkisch
düğüm

Şişmiş lenf düğümleri genellikle enfeksiyon, tümör ya da iltihap barındıran bölgelerin civarında olur. - Swollen lymph nodes are usually found near the site of an infection, tumour, or inflammation.

titreşim halinde bulunan bir ip veya telin hareketsiz noktalarından her biri
(Askeri) DÜĞÜM NOKTASI: Bir hareket ihtiyacının kaynaklandığı, ileri hareket için işleme tabi tutulduğu veya sınırlandırıldığı bir seferberlik sistemindeki bir mevki. Ayrıca bakınız: "nodal point"
romatizmadan meydana gelen katılık
(Bilgisayar)
boğum noktası
çizge
(Askeri) duran dalga profilinde
{i} boğum
{i} fiz. boğum
şiş

Şişmiş lenf düğümleri genellikle enfeksiyon, tümör ya da iltihap barındıran bölgelerin civarında olur. - Swollen lymph nodes are usually found near the site of an infection, tumour, or inflammation.

{i} (Bilgisayar) düğüm
{i} bezecik
{i} (Tıp) nod, yumru, şiş
bir gökcismi yörüngesinin ekliptiği kestiği noktaların her biri
{i} (Botanik) düğüm, nod
{i} yumru
(Bilgisayar) devre
devre düğümü
node analysis
düğüm yöntemi
node id
(Bilgisayar) düğüm kimliği
node name
(Bilgisayar) düğüm adı
node of a network
ağ düğümü
node of a standing wave
duran dalganın boğumu
node type
(Bilgisayar) düğüm türü
node of a curve
boğum çekidi
node id
düğüm taniticisi
node of ranvier
düğümü ranvier
node address
(Bilgisayar) düğüm adresi
node admittance matrix
dugum geciri matrisi
node admittance matrix
düğüm geçiri matrisi
node analysis
dugum yontemi
node grouping
(Bilgisayar) düğüm gruplandırma
node of a network
ag dugumu
node of a standing wave
duran dalganin bogumu
node voltage
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) düğüm gerilimi
child node
(Bilgisayar) oğul düğüm
child node
alt düğüm
curve node
(Bilgisayar) eğri düğümü
decision node
karar düğümü
device node
(Bilgisayar) aygıt düğümü
host node
(Bilgisayar) ana düğüm
host node
(Bilgisayar) ana bilgisayar düğümü
input node
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) giriş düğümü
multi node
çok-düğümlü
neighbor node
(Bilgisayar) komşu düğüm
network node
(Bilgisayar) ağ düğümü
output node
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) çıkış düğümü
parent node
ata düğüm
resume node
(Bilgisayar) düğümü sürdür
root node
kök düğüm
source node
(Bilgisayar) kaynak düğümü
ascending node
çıkış düğümü
current node
akım düğümü
descending node
iniş düğümü
gouty node
gut şişkinliği
gouty node
gut bezesi
line of node
düğüm çizgisi
lymph node
lenf nodülü
lymph node
lenf bezi
lymph node cancer
lenf bezi kanseri
sinoatrial node
sinoatrial çıkış düğümü
ancestor node
ata dugum
aschoff's node
(Tıp) Bütün memeli hayvanların kalbinde, intertrial bölmenin kaidesinde bulunan, purkinje liflerinden yapılı beyaz bir kitle
child node
alt dugum, cocuk dugum
current node
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) akım düğüm noktası
current node
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) minimum akım noktası
datum node
dayanak dugumu
elective lymph node dissection
(Tıp) elektif lenf nodu disseksiyonu
evict node
(Bilgisayar) düğüm çıkar
fusion node
(Askeri) birleşim düğümü
host node
ana bilgisayar dugumu
imagery communications and operations node; intermediate coordination node
(Askeri) görüntülü muhabere ve harekat düğüm noktası; ara koordinasyon düğüm noktası
inactive node
etkin olmayan düğüm
input node
giris dugumu
lymph node
lenf boğumu, akkan düğümü
lymph node drainage
(Tıp) lenf bezi drenajı
mixed node
karma dugum
neighbor node
komsu dugum
network node
ag dugumu devre dugumu
network node processor
ag dugumu islemcisi
output node
cikis dugumu
packet network node
paket agi dugumu
packet switching node; public switch network
(Askeri) paket anahtarlama düğüm noktası; PTT ağı
parent node
ust dugum, ata dugum
partial node
(Fizik) tikel boğum
partial node
(Fizik,Teknik) kısmi düğüm
pause node
(Bilgisayar) düğüm duraklat
primary node
(Bilgisayar) asıl düğüm
root node
kok dugum
syllable node
(Dilbilim) hece düğümü
terminal node
uc dugum
tumor node
(Tıp) tümör nodülü
unknown node
(Bilgisayar) bilinmeyen düğüm
Türkisch - Türkisch
Bilgisayar ağına bağlı ve adresi verilerek erişilebilen cihazlara verilen isim
Englisch - Englisch
A swelling
A knot, a knob; a protuberance; a swelling
A vertex of a graph
The knot, intrigue, or plot of a piece
The point at which a curve crosses itself, being a double point of the curve. See Crunode, and Acnode
The joint of a stem, or the part where a leaf or several leaves are inserted
A vertex or a leaf in a graph of a network, or other element in a data structure
A computer or other device attached to a network
A hole in the gnomon of a dial, through which passes the ray of light which marks the hour of the day, the parallels of the sun's declination, his place in the ecliptic, etc
The point where the orbit of a planet, as viewed from the sun, intersects the ecliptic. The ascending and descending nodes refer respectively to the points where the planet moves from S to N and N to S. The respective symbols are ☊ and ☋
The point at which the lines of a funicular machine meet from different angular directions; -- called also knot
A hard concretion or incrustation which forms upon bones attacked with rheumatism, gout, or syphilis; sometimes also, a swelling in the neighborhood of a joint
One of the fixed points of a sonorous string, when it vibrates by aliquot parts, and produces the harmonic tones; nodal line or point
{n} a knot, knob, swelling, intersection
A computer that is attached to a network; also called a host A node is also a junction of some kind On a local area network, a node is a device that is connected to the network and is capable of communicating with other network devices
1 A junction of some type 2 In local area networks (LANs), a device that is connected to the network and is capable of communicating with other network devices 3 In tree structures, a location on the tree that can have links to one or more nodes below it
(n ) An addressable point on a network Each node in a SunTM network has a different name A node can connect a computing system, a terminal, or various other peripheral devices to the network
Having a noble mind; honorable; magnanimous
A hole in the gnomon of a dial, through which passes the ray of light which marks the hour of the day, the parallels of the suns declination, his place in the ecliptic, etc
End point of a network connection Nodes include any device connected to a network such as file servers, printers, or workstations
any thickened enlargement
the source of lymph and lymphocytes
Any single computer connected to a network See also: Network, Internet
One of the two points where the orbit of a planet, or comet, intersects the ecliptic, or the orbit of a satellite intersects the plane of the orbit of its primary
One of the nobility; a noble; a peer; one who enjoys rank above a commoner, either by virtue of birth, by office, or by patent
Any device including servers and workstations connected to a network; also the point where devices are connected
A device attached to a network A node uses the network as a means of communication and has an address on the network
(astronomy) a point where an orbit crosses a plane
To make noble; to ennoble
A vertex or a leaf in a graph of a network; a computer or other device attached to a network
a connecting point at which several lines come together
A specific connection point in a network
A node is a point, especially in the form of lump or swelling, where one thing joins another. Cut them off cleanly through the stem just below the node. nerve nodes
any bulge or swelling of an anatomical structure or part
Any device connected to network PCs, servers, and printers are all nodes on the network
A connection to an Ethernet network Computer work stations, repeaters and bridges all count as node A device which connects to more than one network counts as a node on each network
Any single computer connected to a network
Any single computer connected to a network See Also: Network , Internet
sterling, or about $1
(Ticaret) 1) An individual point within a network that represents a separate entity and is linked to other nodes within the overall system. In a supply chain, individual companies and locations can be considered nodes. 2) A decision point in a decision tree
{i} knot, bulge; mass of tissue; swelling; complication; joint or point on a stem from which a leaf grows; point that receives and transmits transmission signals from different directions (Internet)
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1 In a tree structure, a point where two or more lines meet 2 In a network, any addressable device attached to the network that can recognize, process, or forward data transmissions
An English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s
The point at which the lines of a funicular machine meet from different angular directions; called also knot
A termination point for two or more communication links The Node serves as the control location for forwarding data among the elements of a network or multiple networks, as well as perform other networking, and in some cases, local processing functions In systems network architecture, a node is an end point of a link or a junction common to two or more links in a network Nodes can be host processors, communications controllers, cluster controllers, work group computers or terminals
Point of connection into a network
In communications, any device attached to the network
See Crunode, and Acnode
Any intelligent device connected to the network This includes terminal servers, host computers, and any other devices that are directly connected to the network
A single computer connected to a network
(physics) the point of minimum displacement in a periodic system
(computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network any bulge or swelling of an anatomical structure or part (astronomy) a point where an orbit crosses a plane (physics) the point of minimum displacement in a periodic system any thickened enlargement a connecting point at which several lines come together A person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer
A personal computer hooked up to a network Any network station
(computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network
An addressable device attached to a computer network See also: host, router
A computer or other device when considered as part of a network
The quality or state of being noble; greatness; dignity; magnanimity; elevation of mind, character, or station; nobili
The point where the orbit of a planet, as viewed from the sun, intersects the ecliptic. The ascending and descending nodes refer respetively to the points where the planet moves from S to N and N to S. The respective symbols are ☊ and ☋
The point at which a curve crosses itself, being a double point of the curve
A European fish; the lyrie
any individual station (such as a PC or printer) connected to a network, which is always differentiated from other nodes on the same network by a unique node number
A computer that is attached to a network; sometimes called a host
In general, any point of interconnection to a network where service is provided, used or communication channels are interconnected
End point of a network connection Nodes include any device attached to a network such as file servers, printers, or workstations
node of Ranvier
A small constriction in the myelin sheath of axons
node of ranvier
Nodes of Ranvier, also known as neurofibril nodes, are regularly spaced gaps in the myelin sheath around an axon or nerve fiber. About one micrometer in length, these gaps expose the axonal membrane to the extracellular fluid. (The myelin sheath is the fatty tissue layer coating the axon.)
Osler node
A painful, red, raised skin lesion, usually on the pads of the fingers or toes, indicative of the heart disease bacterial endocarditis

The patient had fever and sweats for weeks, but the diagnosis was uncertain until Osler nodes appeared on her fingers.

S-A node
The sinoatrial node
lymph node
Small oval bodies of the lymphatic system, distributed along the lymphatic vessels, that are clustered in the armpits, groin, neck, chest and abdomen. They act as filters, with an internal honeycomb of connective tissue filled with lymphocytes and macrophages that collect and destroy bacteria, viruses and foreign matter from lymph. When the body is fighting an infection, these lymphocytes multiply rapidly and produce a characteristic swelling of the lymph nodes
lymphatic node
An alternative name for a lymph node
saddle node bifurcation
In the mathematical area of bifurcation theory a saddle-node bifurcation or tangential bifurcation is a local bifurcation in which two fixed points (or equilibria) of a dynamical system collide and annihilate each other. The term 'saddle-node bifurcation' is most often used in reference to continuous dynamical systems. In discrete dynamical systems, the same bifurcation is often instead called a fold bifurcation. Another name is blue skies bifurcation in reference to the sudden creation of two fixed points
ascending node
the point at which an orbit crosses the ecliptic plane going north
atrioventricular node
a node of specialized heart muscle located in the septal wall of the right atrium; receives impulses from the sinoatrial node and transmits them to atrioventricular bundle
atrioventricular node
A small mass of specialized cardiac muscle fibers, located in the wall of the right atrium of the heart, that receives heartbeat impulses from the sinoatrial node and directs them to the walls of the ventricles. Also called AV node
axillary node
any of the lymph glands of the armpit; fights infections in the neck and chest and arm regions
axillary node
{i} lymph node in the axilla
child node
In a tree structure, a node that is subordinate to another node Only the root node of a tree is not a child See parent node, root
child node
A node that is subordinate to another node in a tree structure Only the root node of a tree is not a child See parent node, root
child node
A node at the next lower level of the hierarchy which is contained in the peer group represented by the logical group node currently referenced This could be a logical group node, or a physical node
child node
A node one level below the node being considered in a hierarchical database or network
descending node
the point at which an orbit crosses the ecliptic plane going south
lymph node
A small organ that is a component of the lymphatic system and consists of lymphocytes, macrophages, and dendritic cells The lymph nodes filter lymph from peripheral nodes, and ultimately empty into the thoracic duct
lymph node
collection of lymph cells that function as a gland; node (colloquial)  
lymph node
small oval or round gland that makes up part of the immune system that removes bacteria and foreign particles from the body
lymph node
A gland which produces lymph which normally acts as a filter of impurities in the body It can trap cancer cells which may then develop into a new tumor
lymph node
small bean-shaped organ that acts as a filter to collect bacteria and other foreign substances processed by the immune system; lymph nodes are connected by lymphatic vessels throughout the body
lymph node
the source of lymph and lymphocytes
lymph node
bundles of lymphoid tissue found around the lymphatic system; it functions as a filter to trap pathogens
lymph node
Lymph nodes or lymph glands are small masses of tissue in your body where white blood cells are formed. Any of the small bodies located along the lymphatic vessels, particularly at the neck, armpit, and groin, that filter bacteria and foreign particles from lymph fluid. During infection, lymph nodes may become swollen with activated lymphocytes. Also called lymph gland. a small rounded swelling in your body through which lymph passes before entering your blood system. Small, rounded mass of lymphoid tissue contained in connective tissue. They occur all along lymphatic vessels, with clusters in certain areas (e.g., neck, groin, armpits). They filter bacteria and other foreign materials out of lymph and expose them to lymphocytes and macrophages that can engulf them; these cells multiply in response to accumulation of such materials, which is why lymph nodes swell during infections. The nodes also produce lymphocytes and antibodies, to be carried by lymph throughout the lymphatic system. In Hodgkin disease and other lymphomas, malignant lymph cells proliferate, causing lymph node enlargement. Other cancers often invade lymphatic vessels, which can carry cells from the tumour to lymph nodes, where they are trapped and grow into secondary tumours. Lymph nodes are therefore removed in cancer surgery to detect or prevent tumour spread
lymph node
Small bean-sized organs made up mostly of densely packed lymphocytes, lymph fluid and connective tissue Clusters of lymph nodes are widely distributed in the body and are essential to the functioning of the immune system They are the main sites where acquired immune responses are launched (see Immune System and Naive T-Cell) Lymph nodes are connected with each other, other lymphoid tissue and the blood by the lymphatic vessels
lymph node
Also known as a lymph gland, a lymph node is a small organ lying along the course of a lymphatic vessel
lymph node
Secondary immune organs distributed at discrete locations throughout the body These organs play a central role in the activation and trafficking of immune lymphocytes in the body
lymph node
one of many small, bean-shaped organs of the immune system linked by lymphatic vessels throughout the body They make and store many different immune cells that fight infections
lymph node
A gland that is part of the lymphatic system The nodes make and store white blood cells called lymphocytes They also help to trap and remove germs so that they don't harm us See lymphatic system
lymph node
A lymphatic gland
lymph node
a small, bean-sized organ located throughout the body Lymph nodes filter out antigens and are the site of antigen presentation and immune activation
lymph node
A small collection of tissue along the lymphatic system which acts as a filter White cells and cancer cells, in particular, collect in lymph nodes They are found in the neck, the armpit, the groin and many other places Lymph nodes are also known as glands
lymph node
tissue of the lymphatic system which helps prevent foreign bodies from entering the bloodstream
lymph node
A rounded mass of lymphatic tissue that is surrounded by a capsule of connective tissue Also known as a lymph gland Lymph nodes are spread out along lymphatic vessels and contain many lymphocytes, which filter the lymphatic fluid (lymph) The lymphocytes are arranged in an arrangement designed to filter out foreign substances from the lymph system, and to encourage the immune system to recognize the foreign substance alien An increase in the size of the node indicates a high level of activity during infection
mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome
{i} Kawasaki disease, acute vasculitis that occurs mainly in children under 5 years of age that was first described in the late 1960's by a Japanese pediatrician named Tomisaku Kawasaki that can cause coronary artery aneurysms or heart attacks and sudden death in children (characterize by a fever that lasts more than 5 days, polymorphic rash, erythematous, dry, cracking lips, conjunctival injection, swelling of the hands and feet, irritability, adenopathy and a perineal desquamative rash)
nodes
Devices on a network that demand or supply services or where transmission paths are connected Node is often used instead of workstation
nodes
A point along the stem of a plant at which leaves are attached
nodes
Common term for the components that make up a distributed-memory parallel machine Each node has its own memory and at least one processor; that is, a node can be a uniprocessor or some type of multiprocessor
nodes
– a point of zero vibrational amplitude
nodes
The nodes are the points where the path of the moon on the celestial sphere crosses the ecliptic
nodes
plural of node
nodes
Computers on networks
nodes
Nodes are information units within a multimedia system
nodes
An orbit lies in a plane The plane of the sky is normal to the line of sight, and passes through the center of mass of the system The intersection of the plane of the orbit with the plane of the sky is the line of nodes The nodes are the two intersections of the line opf nodes with the orbit The ascending node is the node at which the star is approaching the observer; the descending node is the node at which the star is receding from the observer
nodes
Nodes or anchor points are the fundemental in path editing Get to know the various types of nodes including symmetrical, smooth, cusp and tangent nodes
nodes
growing points, on stem, from which leaves grow
nodes
individual computers connected to a network
nodes
the individuals in a person's social network
nodes
A region of a standing wave or interference pattern where the waves are always destructively interfering with each other Click for a graphic and/or compare to the movie Back to Top Back to Wave Index
nodes
Points or lines that do not move when a body vibrates in one of its modes
nodes
points where a satellite's orbit crosses the plane of the Earth's equator
nodes
The "valleys" in a standing wave pattern, where pressure or displacement is minimum
nodes
Nodes are points at which links terminate Links may terminate at destinations or at intersections with other links
nodes
Are temporary displays of indicators at edges of the selected surface The nodes mark the beginning and end of each of the individual edge lines that make up one or more closed loops The nodes and lines are displayed in the GRIPCOLOR Indicators are displayed on both the base and the face edges The indicators disappear when the display is redrawn
nodes
A device connected to the network which can be addressed by other nodes
nodes
The point in the zodiac where a planet passes from southern into northern lattitude is called the North Node and vice versa The motion of the Moon's Node is retrograde, about 3' per day (see Dragon's Head) The north node is called the ascending, the south the descending node Neither the Sun nor the Earth have nodes
nodes
Nodes are the intelligent devices on a network This would include, but not be limited to, all computers on the network
nodes
Connecting points on a network
nodes
Slight enlargements occurring at more or less regular intervals along the length of vine shoots and canes One leaf develops at each of these nodes and a new bud forms in the axil at the node also
nodes
The imaginary points at which the orbital path of the Moon or other celestial body crosses the ecliptic
nodes
Another name for client host See Client
sinoatrial node
A small mass of specialized cardiac muscle fibers located in the posterior wall of the right atrium of the heart that acts as a pacemaker by generating at regular intervals the electric impulses of the heartbeat. Also called sinoauricular node, sinus node
node
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