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  Sendmail cf/README - Features
The argument of the FEATURE may be the key definition.
The argument to this feature is the pathname of an LMTP capable mailer.
Use of this feature requires the "From:" tag to be used for the key in the access map; see the discussion of tags and FEATURE(`relay_mail_from') in the section on Anti-Spam Configuration Control.
www.sendmail.org /m4/features.html   (3789 words)

  Feature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feature (archaeology), any dug, built, or dumped evidence of human activity
Features (pattern recognition), in statistics, individual measurable properties of the phenomena being observed
A feature story is an article in a periodical that is meant to take an in-depth look at issues behind a news story
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Feature   (162 words)

 Feature film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A feature film is a term the film industry uses to refer to a film made for initial distribution in theaters.
Usually a feature film is between 90 and 210 minutes; a children's film is usually between 60 and 120 minutes.
Earlier features had been produced in America, but were released in separate one-reel parts, leaving the exhibitor the option of running them together; or they were full-length records of a boxing match.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Feature_film   (460 words)

 * Feature class - (GIS): Definition
Feature classes are collections of features of the same type with a common spatial representation and set of attributes (e.g., a line feature class for roads).
A class is a set of all features of the same material.
Feature datasets, feature classes, subtypes and attribute domains are honored during the extract.
en.mimi.hu /gis/feature_class.html   (341 words)

 * Topographic Feature - (GIS): Definition
Topographic Feature: Spatial representation of the surface features of a place or region on a map, indicating their relative positions and elevations.
The features of the actual surface of the earth, considered collectively according to their form (for example, grassland, cultivated, desert, forest, swamp).
A single feature, such as one mountain or one valley, is called a topographic feature.
en.mimi.hu /gis/topographic_feature.html   (338 words)

 Feature System Declaration
In order for application software to use feature system declarations to aid in the automatic interpretation of encoded texts, or even for human readers to find the appropriate declarations which document the feature system used in markup, there must be a formal link from the encoded texts to the declarations.
Feature declarations and feature structure constraints are described in the next two sections of this chapter.
Not just any feature structure is allowable here; it must be a feature structure for agreement (which is defined in the complete example at the end of the chapter to contain the features of person and number).
www.tei-c.org /P4X/FD.html   (3351 words)

 Feature Writing, Marshall Soules, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In a version of featurizing, pressure from advertisers or lobbyists often result in writing that appears at first blush to be news when it is, in fact, promotion for a product, idea, or policy.
Because a feature generally runs longer than a news story, it is effective to weave a thread throughout the story, which connects the lead to the body and to the conclusion.
Transition is particularly important in a long feature examining several people or events because it is the tool writers use to move subtly from one person or topic to the next.
www.mala.bc.ca /~soules/media301/feature.htm   (1259 words)

 Feature Structures
A feature structure is a general purpose data structure which identifies and groups together individual features, each of which associates a name with one or more values.
Features with values organized as sets, bags or lists can sometimes be used instead of features organized as singletons, whose values are individual feature structures.
This method of associating feature structures with textual elements has a number of drawbacks, most important of which is the fact that the association is implicit, relying on the relative position of pointer and associated text, rather than being explicit.
www.tei-c.org /P4X/FS.html   (9510 words)

 Introduction to Features
The features in Figure 1 are basically a formalized version, wording wise at least, of traditional features.
Although one of the primary advantages of features is that their small size makes them easy to estimate and to implement their size also poses a problem in that one feature by itself rarely provides significant value to stakeholders.
From a requirements point of view features are to FDD as use cases are to the Rational Unified Process (RUP) and user stories are to XP — they’re a primary source of requirements and the primary input into your planning efforts.
www.agilemodeling.com /artifacts/feature.htm   (752 words)

 Firefox/Feature Brainstorming - MozillaWiki
We are currently in the early development stage for Firefox 3, and would like to collect all the ideas for feature enhancements in a single place.
Our goal is to create a single index that lists what sorts of things we're thinking of doing, with links to more detailed ideas about implementation specifics or concerns, and targets for inclusion in the project.
If you would like to comment on features listed here please do so on the discussion page rather than in the list itself.
wiki.mozilla.org /Firefox/Feature_Brainstorming   (243 words)

 The DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank Feature Table: Definition
Features, such as open reading frames or sequences showing sequence similarity to consensus sequences, for which there is no direct experimental evidence can be annotated.
For example, the feature label can be used to refer unambiguously to a coding region that exists in a different entry to the exons of which it is comprised.
The full feature name syntax is as follows: Database name::primary accession number:feature label References to a feature should use as much of the full feature name as required to unambiguously identify the feature.
www.ebi.ac.uk /embl/Documentation/FT_definitions/feature_table.html   (5145 words)

 Feature Model Diagrams
Feature models are then used to drive design cycles which eventually lead to manual or automatic assembly of configurations.
Feature models provide a language to describe the library variability that is often such an issue in boost.org discussions.
The graphical feature diagrams presented by CandE are not in a suitable form for the email discussions boost.org depends upon.
www.boost.org /more/feature_model_diagrams.htm   (436 words)

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a yellow feature in timestep 100 is the evolution of the yellow feature from timestep 1.
If you are not familiar with the concepts of the feature based approach for the visualization of time varying datasets, we suggest you browse our feature tracking web site and go through related papers before you use the software.
feature A from timestep 1 is the same as feature B from timestep 2).
www.caip.rutgers.edu /~xswang/vis5d   (1441 words)

 !! Coastal Feature !! Vinyl Cover Coastal's seamless vinyl cover protects the master unit from the weather.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Optional agitation feature allows the use of time-release and repellents requiring periodic agitation.
December's Creature Feature was the Winter Flounder, a thick, meaty, and highly...
The most distinguishing feature of the Northern California Coastal Forests ecoregion is its distribution...
www.uniquegiftcandles.com /Coastal-Feature.html   (1004 words)

This field, which is used as a MSI identifier and index field in the feature table, must be a text string and may contain the ASCII characters A-Z (a-z), digits, underscores (_), or periods (.), and must begin with either a letter or an underscore.
Not specifying a parent feature indicates that the feature is a root-level feature.
The decision to install a feature is by a comparison between the Feature's Default Install Level and the INSTALLLEVEL property.
www.zerog.com /ianetmanual/Feature_REF.html   (974 words)

 Products, Tools & Resources > What Are Feature Points?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The SPR Feature Point metric is a superset of the IBM Function Point metric and introduces a parameter, algorithms, in addition to the five standard Function Point parameters.
For a PBX telephone switch the Function Point total was 1,845, but the Feature Point total was 2,300 due to the high algorithmic complexity of the application.
Since Feature Points are driven by algorithmic complexity, a definition of "algorithm" is appropriate.
www.spr.com /products/feature.shtm   (632 words)

 Font Feature Registry
The Letter Case feature type is used to specify changes to the case of letters (in scripts where case has meaning), in either a contextual or a non-contextual manner.
It is important to note that this feature is different than the notion of linguistic reordering, which happens when text from predominantly left-to-right scripts (such as Latin) is mixed with text from predominantly right-to-left scripts (such as Hebrew).
The CJK Roman Spacing feature type is used to select between the proportional and half-width forms of Roman characters in a CJK font.
developer.apple.com /fonts/Registry/index.html   (2032 words)

 jargon, node: feature
For example, one feature of Common LISP's `format' function is the ability to print numbers in two different Roman-numeral formats (see bells, whistles, and gongs).
To call something a feature sometimes means the author of the program did not consider the particular case, and that the program responded in a way that was unexpected but not strictly incorrect.
A standard joke is that a bug can be turned into a feature simply by documenting it (then theoretically no one can complain about it because it's in the manual), or even by simply declaring it to be good.
www.jargon.net /jargonfile/f/feature.html   (415 words)

 Feature films : North West Vision
Funding is available to develop feature film scripts and scriptwriters, this is mainly delivered through Lottery funding or Lottery backed schemes.
Funding to develop companies that intend to produce feature films in Merseyside is offered through the Merseyside Film and TV Fund (for companies based in or relocating to Merseyside).
Finance is available to develop feature film projects through the Merseyside Film and Television Fund.
www.northwestvision.co.uk /page/funding-for-feature-films   (154 words)

 FAQ Sheet on Feature Interaction
Feature interactions are especially common in telecommunications, because all features are modifying or enhancing the same basic service, which is real-time communication among people.
The dark side of features is feature interaction, which is implicit in feature composition and therefore difficult to understand.
To manage interactions among features, it is necessary to detect potential interactions, to distinguish between the good and bad ones, to prevent the bad ones, and to enable the good ones.
www.research.att.com /~pamela/faq.html   (2648 words)

If the validation feature is set to true, then the document must contain a grammar that supports the use of namespaces.
If this feature is set to false, and document specifies a grammar that grammar might be parsed but no validation of the document contents will be performed.
A true value for this feature allows the encoding of the file to be specified as a Java encoding name as well as the standard ISO encoding name.
xerces.apache.org /xerces2-j/features.html   (1131 words)

 FEATURE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The usefulness of the FEATURE system is limited by the size of the model library which it uses to identify potential functional sites.
To automatically generate a large number of models, we hypothesized that the FEATURE vector could be calculated at each grid point in every protein from the PDB and then clustered.
Similar FEATURE vectors would cluster together indicating the grid points they were calculated at were similar as well.
feature.stanford.edu /clustering   (266 words)

 Introduction to Feature Controls (Windows IETechCol)
When a feature control is enabled for a process, the more restrictive behaviors governed by the feature are enforced.
Some feature controls can be turned on or off for a specific security zone, and some feature controls apply to any page regardless of zone.
Feature Controls work on a process-by-process basis, so developers hosting the WebBrowser Control can enable or disable security features for the current process without affecting other processes (including Internet Explorer itself).
msdn.microsoft.com /workshop/security/szone/overview/sec_featurecontrols.asp   (1661 words)

 Poynter Online - Reviving the Feature Story
In my recent essay about the Feature Writing category of the Pulitzer Prizes, I argued that weighty narrative series may have elbowed the traditional stand-alone feature out of contention.
Feature stories offer news of the emotions is the way Jon Franklin, twice a Pulitzer winner, has described it to me.
As a result, the habitat for the traditional stand-alone feature has shrunk, and, with it, the habit of reading good stories that used to draw many of us to the newspaper in the first place.
www.poynter.org /content/content_view.asp?id=67829   (1033 words)

 Feature Table
If the feature install level is 0 (zero), or greater than or equal to the current install level, no change is made in the feature state.
To guarantee that the child feature's state always follows the state of its parent, even when the child and parent are initially set to absent in the SelectionTree Control, you must include both msidbFeatureAttributesFollowParent and msidbFeatureAttributesUIDisallowAbsent in the attributes of the child feature.
Setting this attribute forces the feature to the installation state, whether or not the feature is visible in the UI.
msdn2.microsoft.com /en-us/library/aa368585.aspx   (1576 words)

 Feature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Another positive feature is the liver's great capacity for regeneration and rebuilding itself after disease has injured the cells, or even destroyed large numbers of them.
The features of ketoacidosis are those of uncontrolled diabetes with acidosis, and include prostration, hyperventilation, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
Throughout the whole course of the disease the outstanding feature is the pain, which may at first be intermittent and colicky but soon becomes constant and agonising, and is increased by the smallest movements.
www.independent-bangladesh.com /news/nov/08/08112004ft.htm   (16268 words)

 What is feature creep? - a definition from Whatis.com - see also: requirements creep, creeping featuritis, feeping ...
Feature creep may be driven by a client's growing "wish list" or by developers themselves as they see opportunity for improving the product.
To control feature creep, project management tools, such as the requirements stability index (RSI), are sometimes advocated.
Feature creep and the deliberate spoonerism creature feep should not be confused with the "creature feature," the kind of horror movie that might be popular at Halloween.
searchcio.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid19_gci860179,00.html   (263 words)

 Geometric Software Solutions | Technologies | Feature Recognition
Feature recognition is the ability to automatically or interactively identify and group topological entities, such as faces in a boundary representation (B-rep) solid model, into functionally significant features such as holes, slots, pockets, fillets, ribs, etc. The features that are not recognized automatically can be recognized using the interactive feature recognition facilities.
Feature Recognition is needed for intelligent re-use of CAD data by downstream applications.
For example, a design feature and a manufacturing feature may not be designed in the same manner.
feature.geometricsoftware.com   (316 words)

 XEP-0020: Feature Negotiation
These features could be negotiated between any two endpoints on the Jabber network, such as two clients, a client and a component, two components, a client and a server, or two servers.
Features are negotiated though the exchange of or stanzas containing child elements qualified by the 'http://jabber.org/protocol/feature-neg' namespace.
However, this element is simply a wrapper for structured data encapsulated in the Data Forms [5] protocol.
www.xmpp.org /extensions/xep-0020.html   (1513 words)

 Feature / - Newswire - Indymedia Ireland
The most remarkable feature being the openness of fireworks use.
This week and next, Anti-War Ireland will host a series of events aimed at re-focusing attention on the continuing use of Shannon Airport as an important logistical stop by one of the world’s most dangerous and vicious military machines.
So is it time we forgot about blaming those the FAI appointed as international soccer managers and look towards the FAI as the continuing reasons for the decline in our international football team and the long departed good old days of glory.
www.indymedia.ie /newswire/feature   (1930 words)

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