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Word: schematic

Definition: of a schema or scheme; relating to an outline or diagram; using a system of symbols; N. schema: diagrammatic representation; outline

Sentences Containing 'schematic'

"The Hockey Stick Illusion" first outlines a brief history of climate change science with particular emphasis on the description of the Medieval Warm Period in the first IPCC report in 1990, with its inclusion of a schematic based on central England temperatures which Montford describes as a representation of common knowledge at that time, with global medieval temperatures apparently higher than modern temperatures.
A conceptual diagram of an EyeTap; In these cases, the EyeTap views infrared light, as well as the overall design schematic of how the EyeTap manipulates lightrays.
A schematic netlist file and circuit input values are fed to the SPICE software, which simulates the circuit's behavior for a specified length of time.
An entire mixed signal analysis can be driven from one integrated schematic.
BTI’s first wholesale catalog, also released in 1993, was a twenty-four page newsprint flyer with hand-illustrated schematic drawings of every major fork design.
CircuitLogix is a mixed-mode schematic editor, and includes both analog and event-driven simulation capabilities: any simulation may contain components that are analog, event driven (digital or sampled-data), or a combination of both.
Components such as fuses, LEDs and controlled switches are automatically updated in the schematic as the simulation runs.
Film scholars Miera and Antonin Liehm considered the ending of "The Beaverskin" as "schematic", claiming that it foreshadowed the propagandistic style of his next work, "The Council of the Gods".
In a study analyzing the interaction of assimilation and racial-ethnic schemas for Hispanic youth found that strong schematic identities for Hispanic youth undermined academic achievement.
In design–build projects led by architects, the architect has the opportunity to lead the team through progressive iterations during the design–build process instead of producing sequential, schematic, design, construction drawings and construction administration documents.
In electronic design automation, a floorplan of an integrated circuit is a schematic representation of tentative placement of its major functional blocks.
It consists of Otto's previous three EP releases on Schematic – "Boombonic Plague", "Pelican Moondance", and "Earjuice Synthesis".
Payment is based on a zone fare schematic, and Oslo remains a single zone with free transfer.
The schematic formation of a random mixture (A) and an interactive mixture (B) by dry mixing two powder materials.
The SPICE engine is fully integrated with the schematic capture and waveform tools; CircuitLogix passes schematic edits to the simulator automatically while running.
With the capability to spread their schematic representation of the world, Europeans could impose a social contract, morally permitting three centuries of African slavery.

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