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  Naming Concepts
A naming service's primary function is to map people-friendly names to objects, such as addresses, identifiers, or objects typically used by computer programs.
An LDAP name is bound to an LDAP entry.
A naming system is a connected set of contexts of the same type (they have the same naming convention) and provides a common set of operations.
java.sun.com /products/jndi/tutorial/getStarted/concepts/naming.html   (976 words)

 LCLint User's Guide - 9. Naming Conventions
Type-based naming conventions (Section 9.1) constrain identifier names according to the abstract types that are accessible where the identifier is defined.
Prefix naming conventions (Section 9.2) constrain the initial characters of identifier names according to what is being declared and its scope.
Names may be constrained by the scope of the name (external, file static, internal), the file in which the identifier is defined, the type of the identifier, and global constraints.
www.fh-wedel.de /~di/html/lclint/sec9.html   (1519 words)

 WoWWiki:Policy/Naming - WoWWiki, the Warcraft wiki
If a quest line has the same name for multiple quests, the first quest by that name should follow the previous convention and further quests in the line should be disambiguated with parenthetical text signifying the quest part, i.e.
Normally, all articles are named in the singular form, e.g the article describing the general properties and history of dragons is named dragon.
Names that are always plural, such as the Knights of the Silver Hand.
www.wowwiki.com /WoWWiki:Policy/Naming   (941 words)

 The WildList Organization International
Indeed, with all the divergence in virus naming in the industry, it would be baseless presumption for any one researcher, developer, or company (or group of researchers, developers, or companies) to claim their virus names are 'correct' and others are not.
Naming the viruses 'correctly' is (aside from being impossible) unimportant to accomplishing this purpose and attempting to do so is actually detrimental to the process (i.e.
True accuracy is in the identification, not the naming, of which viruses are in the wild.
www.wildlist.org /naming.htm   (1983 words)

 Rivkin&Associates :: The Naming Newsletter :: Strategies and Tactics of Naming
The top 20 most appropriately named portable toilet companies in the U.S. have now been identified, courtesy of the Blue B...
We’ve reported before on the use of contests in naming.
Word collisions are unexpected juxtapositions of language that can create memorable names.
www.namingnewsletter.com   (424 words)

 Regole di Naming v3.7
15 delle regole di naming siano introdotti in pendenza della Procedura, essa si estingue.
Le disposizioni di attuazione non possono essere in contrasto con le regole di naming e devono riferirsi ad aspetti quali le tariffe, i limiti sulla lunghezza dei procedimenti, le direttive sulle loro impostazioni, i mezzi di comunicazione tra ente conduttore e i propri collegi, nonché la modulistica.
Il Presidente della Naming Authority, valutata l'opportunita' di abilitare nuovi enti conduttori in relazione alle necessita' dell ccTLD "it", accetta le domande ed abilita gli enti conduttori le cui domande siano conformi a quanto previsto nell' art.
www.nic.it /NA/regole-naming-curr.html   (4966 words)

  580wdbo.com: Hurricane Guide 2006 Hurricane Guide
The practice of using female names exclusively ended in 1978 when names from both genders were used to designate storms in the eastern Pacific.
The name lists, which have been agreed upon at international meetings of the World Meteorological Organization, have a French, Spanish, Dutch, and English flavor because hurricanes affect other nations and are tracked by the public and weather services of many countries.
Names associated with storms that have caused significant death and/or damage are usually retired from the list.
580wdbo.com /common/hurricane/naming.html   (360 words)

 naming - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Names, words signifying special and tangible things, either living, as in the case of a person or an animal, or inanimate, as in the case of a place...
Pseudonyms, assumed names, especially pen names used by authors.
Alias (computer science), in information management and on communications networks, a name or label used as an alternative means of referring to...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=naming   (165 words)

Naming is the part of branding process that focuses on the careful selection of a linguistic image for your organization or product.
Naming is so important to creating a brand identity and competitive edge that brand names are protected by law from infringement.
The names are geared to different age groups, but similarly convey the idea that the information CSAP provides is factual, straight forward, and not to be ignored.
www.orcmacro.com /Management/Branding/n.aspx   (466 words)

 Naming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Indirect evidence that some Maoris of Cook's time used the name Aotea for a substantial portion of the North Island is given by J. Andia y Varcia, the captain of one of the ships of a Spanish expedition which visited Tahiti at about the time of Cook's second voyage in the Pacific.
The name Aotea may have been obtained either at that time or on Cook's first voyage, when his expedition had contacts with numbers of Maoris on the east coast of the North Island and at Queen Charlotte Sound.
About Tasman's name of "Staten Landt" This was continued in maps right up to the time of Cook's exploration in 1769-70, Cook or the British Admiralty probably had a choice between selecting the name "Staten Landt" or "New Zealand" for maps and journals but Cook chose New Zealand (or New Zeland).
delzur_research.tripod.com /nzresearch/naming_new_zealand.htm   (2895 words)

 Strategic Name Development Product Naming Blog
I think that a combined reintroduction of the Taurus and Escort names would signal a strong move by Ford, but the cars themselves have to be as lovable as they were in the past, and they need to be supported to avoid killing the brand.
The name change comes as ownership of The Barbary Coast is transferred from Boyd Gaming Corp. to Harrah’s for a swatch of 24 acres next to the soon to be demolished Stardust (land which includes the site of the long gone Westward Ho).
His name, in turn, appears to be related to the Latin verb for “to stand,” from which we get the word “status.” If true, that makes “stent” a doubly appropriate name, since anything Latin has a scientific ring to it.
www.namedevelopment.com /blog   (6055 words)

 A SpiritWalker - Be Named by White Eagle
The present practice and convention of naming an individual in the prevalent culture is the carrying forward of the last name of the Paternal parent which actually has it's roots as being an origin or occupational description such as Miller, Cooper, or Smith.
In doing a little investigation as to the influence of names, I realized that while the last name might relate primarily to occupation in a sense, in the greater sense it seems to represent a type of orientation or natural goal in a way.
In this conventional method of naming, most often the individuality of the being that is thuswise named is lost to the intent and desires of it's parentage.
aspiritwalker.com /Naming.htm   (1757 words)

 USN Ship Naming
Names of states, for example, were borne by battleships; by armored cruisers (large, fast warships as big as, or bigger than, contemporary battleships but more lightly protected and armed with cruiser-caliber guns), and monitors (small coast-defense ships armed with heavy guns).
The law stated that battleships had to bear state names; to comply with this, monitors and armored cruisers were renamed for cities within their respective name states to free the names of their states for assignment to new battleships.
From the 1880s on, cruisers were named for cities while destroyers--evolving from the steam torpedo boats built around the turn of the century--came to be named for American naval leaders and heroes, as today's destroyers are still named.
www.history.navy.mil /faqs/faq63-1.htm   (3549 words)

 History of Naming Hurricanes
The practice of using female names exclusively ended in 1978 when names from both genders were used to designate storms in the eastern Pacific.
The name lists, which have been agreed upon at international meetings of the World Meteorological Organization, have a French, Spanish, Dutch, and English flavor because hurricanes affect other nations and are tracked by the public and weather services of many countries.
Names associated with storms that have caused significant death and/or damage are usually retired from the list.
www.nhc.noaa.gov /HAW2/english/basics/naming.shtml   (439 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | Is there shaming in naming?
Their names and faces are splashed across leaflets and posters up and down the country.
Naming and shaming emerged in the British tabloid press in the 1980s, but became a hot topic when, in 2000, the News of the World began publishing the identities of paedophiles.
Naming and shaming has even been used by jilted lovers as a way of getting back at cheating partners.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/magazine/6169953.stm   (959 words)

 Naming Conventions for Digital Resources
Naming documents are a crucial aspect of design, because it involves the syntax of a name by which a document is referenced.
Together the file name (encoded in MARC field 856 subfield $f) and its aggregate name (in MARC field 856 subfield $d) provide a unique identifier that then uses a locator table to determine where the item is stored and how it is to be retrieved.
The organizing schema for the data and any file naming conventions that define meaning into character positions within the name will be made explicit and made available to those tasked with responding to requests for digital data from the LC archive.
www.loc.gov /marc/naming.html   (2253 words)

 Naming Ceremonies: Office of University Ceremonies: Indiana University
He extended that philosophy to the namings of grounds and facilities, reminding the university family that to attach a name to a building or a facility was to make a decision that would endure as long as the building stood.
Priority will be given to names that are particularly appropriate to the structure; e.g., the naming of graduate residence halls for deceased faculty members who are recognized for their interest in graduate study.
The proposed naming opportunity, the amount being requested to name it, and the name to be placed on the facility must be submitted for approval to the All University Committee on Names before the solicitation occurs.
www.indiana.edu /~ceremony/naming_policy.shtml   (2257 words)

 PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly - Autumn 1995
Naming operations seems to have originated with the German General Staff during the last two years of World War I. The Germans used code names primarily to preserve operational security, though the names were also a convenient way of referring to subordinate and successive operations.
The Germans made extensive use of code names for plans and operations and usually chose names at random; however, major operations often got special consideration by the German leadership.[34] Perhaps the most well-known example of this is the code name for the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union.
Naming the operation Just Cause was risky, however, not only because it was an obvious public relations ploy, but also because it apparently sought to preempt judgment about whether, in fact, the invasion really was moral, legal, and righteous.
carlisle-www.army.mil /usawc/Parameters/1995/sieminsk.htm   (6629 words)

 Naming Caves - Oregon Grotto of the NSS
A listing of all names applied to a single cave should be recorded in the cave file as an historical reference.
If a new name is to be applied to a cave there are two rules, which should be followed.
Cave names will not be submitted to the Board on Geographic Names, except when doing so would further the purposes of the act, and would not jeopardize caves or cave resources by disclosure of location information.
www.oregongrotto.com /namingcaves.shtml   (433 words)

 Advogato: On Naming an Open Source Project
Problem #1: I've told you the name but you still don't know what it is. The name is so creative that is has almost NO connection to the project itself.
And, that name has to be easily spelled, pronounced, and remembered so that others can search for the project, talk about the project, think about the project.
I named my site that because I didn't really care (at the time) whether people knew about it or not, and that was a name I associated with myself.
www.advogato.org /article/67.html   (3052 words)

 N A Home Page
Il principale compito istituzionale della Naming Authority Italiana era quello di produrre le Regole e le Procedure in base alle quali venivano assegnati i nomi a dominio in Italia (ccTLD "it").
I Comunicati Stampa della Naming Authority e di altri organismi che trattavano di nomi a dominio.
I verbali delle assemblee della Naming Authority (a partire dalla sua creazione in Ottobre 1994).
www.nic.it /NA   (610 words)

 18th Century PA German Naming Customs
The second given name was the secular or call name, i.e., "rufnamen", which is the name the person was known by, both within the family and to the rest of the world.
The spiritual name, usually to honor a favorite saint, was used repeatedly and was usually given to all the children of that family of the same gender.
In the last half of the 19th century after the first and middle name naming convention switched to the way it is today, some families gave all the children the same middle name, which was often the maiden name of the mother of the children.
www.kerchner.com /germname.htm   (1660 words)

 Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math FAQ: Naming Polygons and Polyhedra
When naming polygons, for the "numerical" part of the name, we use the Greek prefixes:
The most important of the reasons which make me prefer the "kai" forms is that they permit these prefixes to be unambiguously parsed even when concatenated, as they are in Kepler's names for certain polyhedra; for example, the icosidodecahedron or (20,12)-hedron, so called because it has 20 faces of one type and 12 of another.
The Math Forum is a research and educational enterprise of the Drexel School of Education.
www.mathforum.org /dr.math/faq/faq.polygon.names.html   (348 words)

 PMD - Rule Set: Naming Rules
The method name and return type are suspiciously close to hashCode(), which may mean you are intending to override the hashCode() method.
The method name and parameter number are suspiciously close to equals(Object), which may mean you are intending to override the equals(Object) method.
It is somewhat confusing to have a field name with the same name as a method.
pmd.sourceforge.net /rules/naming.html   (1060 words)

 JNDI 1.2 Specification: Package javax.naming
This exception is thrown when a naming operation proceeds to a point where a context is required to continue the operation, but the resolved object is not a context.
The overloads that accept string names are likely to be more useful for simple applications, such as those that simply read in a name and look up the corresponding object.
It is a tuple containing the name of the bound object, the name of the object's class, and the object itself.
www.novell.com /documentation/extendas35/docs/help/java/jndi/javax/naming/package-summary.html   (1202 words)

 Corporate Branding and Naming News from around the World
Naming and Branding: Chick Hearn's naming business: He brought branding to professional basketball and never missed a chance to invent the right name for a play.
Naming: Snowball.com is changing its name: Why generic brand names should not be in anyone's branding strategy.
Naming: Like a ClawHammer to the Braineon: AMD has filed a bunch of trademark applications recently for possible names of new chips.
www.ahundredmonkeys.com /random_marketing/index1.htm   (1147 words)

 Naming Your DK or GSP from Covey Run Kennels Deutsch Kurzhhars (DK's)
Each dog generally has 2 names--a registered name (usually a longer and official name, reserved for the registration papers), and a "call" name (usually a shorter name that the dog is called by on a daily basis).
The registered name may or may not contain or be derived from the call name.
The drawback is that the same names get used over and over again by a lot of different breeders, and that prolific breeders may have to start over at the beginning of the alphabet a number of times.
coveyrun.net /pages/gsp_owners_guide/naming.html   (1336 words)

If you confuse even yourself with acronymns, secretly write code using meaningful names, then, when the code in working, use the global rename feature of Eclipse to give your variables and methods unintelligible names and acronyms, just the way a mechanical obfuscator would.
Declare a global array in module A, and a private one of the same name in the header file for module B, so that it appears that it's the global array you are using in module B, but it isn't.
It took a team of maintenance engineers nearly 3 days to figure out that this whopper variable name described a const, reference, function argument that was holding information from a database column of type Varchar[30] named "LastName" which was part of the table's primary key.
mindprod.com /jgloss/unmainnaming.html   (2606 words)

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