prototype

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) Esas örnek, ilk numune
ilk örnek
prototip

Beş prototip tamamlandı. - Five prototypes were completed.

Tom yalnızca bir prototipti. - Tom was just a prototype.

{i} asıl örnek
prototypal ilk örnekle ilgili
{i} orijinal
(Askeri) PROTOTİP, İLK ÖRNEK: Proje, performans ve imalat potansiyelini değerlendirmeye elverişli ilk model
(Tıp) Kendisinden çeşitli türlerin geliştği ilk şekil, türün atası, primitif tür
Tek Tip
ori- jinal
esas model
asıl nüsha
proto tip
prototipe
ön ürün
ilkörnek
prototype description
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) prototip tanımı
prototype experiment
(Çevre) prototip denemesi
prototype filter
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) prototip süzgeç
prototype missile
(Askeri) PROTOTİP FÜZE: Esas itibariyle, suni imalat füzesi ile aynı modelde bir ilk veya taslak füze. İmalat projesini tecrübe etmek ve imalat usulleri için bir esas kurmak maksadıyla normal olarak, az sayıda imal edilir
prototype missile
(Askeri) prototip füze
prototype reactor
(Nükleer Bilimler) prototip reaktör
macro prototype
makro prototip
prototypes
(Bilgisayar) ilktipler
Englisch - Englisch
An original object or form which is a basis for other objects, forms, or for its models and generalizations
An instance of a category or a concept that combines its most representative attributes, such as robin being a prototype of bird, unlike penguin
An early sample or model built to test a concept or process

The prototype had loose wires and rough edges, but it worked.

a work, original in character, afterward imitated in form or spirit
{n} the original of some copy, a model
Functionally representative rendition of a device or system that is fabricated late in the development cycle, before production; an original model on which later improved models are based; an original piece of hardware that serves as the basis for evaluation, demonstration, and further development
– Generally viewed as a pre-production version of your invention that will permit others to assess the design, capabilities and marketability of your invention It may or may not be an operating version Prototype is sometime uses interchangeably with a “proof of concept”, but proof of concept is also used to refer to non-operating versions of an invention
a standard or typical example; "he is the prototype of good breeding"; "he provided America with an image of the good father"
A fabricated ASIC used to verify any or all of the following for the ASIC and/or its system: function, performance, operating limits, and reliability Proof-of-design parts and engineering parts are prototypes
A working model created to demonstrate crucial aspects of a program without creating a fully detailed program Adding details and content incrementally to advancing stages of prototypes is one process for creating successful applications
The original demonstration model of what is expected to be a series of systems Prototypes are used to prove feasibility, but often are not as efficient or well-designed as later production models
An original model on which something is patterned
is an experimental design of the whole or part of a system The purpose of a prototype is to test certain aspects or characteristics of a new system A prototype can be paper- or computer-based A vertical prototype contains both high- and low-level functionality but for a restricted part of the system only A horizontal prototype contains all the high-level functionality of the final system but misses out the lower-level detail Prototypes may be scale or partial models, may be partly non-functional, or may be full-scale 'trial' objects or processes, and may be designed to be discarded Prototyping is the simulation of an object or process which is then subjected to systematic testing Rapid prototyping is a form of simple, rapidly produced prototyping in which the prototype is used to collect information about both the requirements and the adequacy of possible designs; it is not developed into a final product
Prototypes are product models that are used to represent, test, and iterate current design concepts Prototypes can represent use models, task scenarios, and user interfaces and can be developed on a number of platforms including index cards, paper and pencil mockups, and functional and non- functional computer models Prototypes can be useful at many points during design, such as initial concept development, heuristic evaluations, and usability testing
– A prototype can be a mock-up, model or actual working version of a technological device or process Prototypes are used to generate engineering information that will help design or perfect the final product/process Engineering prototypes, test-of –principle models, bench models, breadboard models and pre-production prototypes are used in the new product stages of development
A physical model of the new product concept Depending upon the purpose, prototypes may be non-working, functionally working or both functionally and aesthetically complete A prototype is typically created to test or prove a functional aspect of a product A prototype may serve as an appearance model, however, an appearance model is not necessarily a prototype See: Appearance Model, Rapid Prototype
An abstraction of stimulus patterns stored in long-term memory against which smaller patterns are evaluated in terms of how closely they fit the model (Solso)
An original model or form on which later works are based
The original 12 inches to the foot (or 1000mm to the metre) original upon which the model is based
A specification of the types and exceptions involved in an operator or method It shows the types of the operands/parameter, the type of the result, and any exceptions that can be thrown during the computation
A model suitable for evaluation of design, performance, and production potential
If you say that someone or something is a prototype of a type of person or thing, you mean that they are the first or most typical one of that type. He was the prototype of the elder statesman
An original or model after which anything is copied; the pattern of anything to be engraved, or otherwise copied, cast, or the like; a primary form; exemplar; archetype
A single or limited-edition working version of an aircraft or other device used for testing and demonstration purposes
A working model that is not yet finished but that represents the major technical, design, and content features of the site Prototypes are used for testing Go to top of page
a sample section of a proposed e-learning course The prototype may be prepared online, working fully or partially Or the prototype may be prepared on paper, with figures resembling completed screens Sponsors and potential learners can review the sample section and offer suggestions for making it more effective
This is the first stage of a website built to show the functionality, purpose and look and feel of the final product The first model
{i} original model which serves as an example for later stages or forms; ideal, example, standard; ancestor, primitive form (Biology)
A full-scale working model used to test a design concept by making actual observations and necessary adjustments
An original type, form, or instance that serves as a model on which to base or judge later stages
a standard or typical example; "he is the prototype of good breeding"; "he provided America with an image of the good father
A prototype is a new type of machine or device which is not yet ready to be made in large numbers and sold. Chris Retzler has built a prototype of a machine called the wave rotor
 - a model that best represents a given concept and that comprises a set of characteristic features that tend to be typical of most examples [cf exemplars] of the concept, but not one of which is necessary for a given example to be considered an instance of the concept
A function declaration or definition that includes both the return type of the function and the types of its arguments See function prototype
An original type, form, or instance serving as a basis or standard for stages
a prototype
archetype
prototypes
plural of prototype
prototype
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