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- Similar to a pique knit, but with a more open texture for increased breathability Larger knit than Cool Weave. the number of opening per inch of a screen; measures size of particles; 'a 100 mesh screen'; '100 mesh powdered cellulose'. contact by fitting together; 'the engagement of the clutch'; 'the meshing of gears'. the topology of a network whose components are all connected directly to every other component. an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals. the act of interlocking or meshing; 'an interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check'. keep engaged; 'engaged the gears'. coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively. work together in harmony. entangle or catch in a mesh.
- The lines and points which make up the structure of a 3-D model.
- One of the openings or spaces in a screen or woven fabric The value of the mesh is usually given as the number openings per inch This value does not consider the diameter of the wire or fabric; therefore, the mesh number does not always have a definite relationship to the size of the hole. the finite elements. - This is the nominal distance from the mid-point of one bond in expanded metal to the mid-point of the next bond measured across the SWD Mesh is expressed in inches.
- Medical Subject Headings, the thesaurus for Medline; a controlled vocabulary providing consistent terminology for concepts covered by the database.
- Medical Subject Headings; an alphabetic and categorized list of subject descriptors created by the National Library of Medicine to analyze biomedical literature.
- Grading of particle size according to passage through a standard sieve with a known number of filaments per inch Substances graded at 80/100 mesh are those which pass through a screen with 80 filaments per inch but are retained by a screen with 100 filaments per inch.
- Fabric made of either fiberglass or aluminum, used in the making of screens. a Field's map from indices to geometric values such as cell size, edge length, and cell normals In other words, it specifies a Field's 'spatial extent' See Also: Field, cell, cell size, corner position, layout.
- Any fabric, knitted or woven, with an open texture, fine, or coarse.
- A system of subject headings related to the medical fields These will be seen most often in catalog records for items found at the Veterinary Medicine Library.
- A collection of vertices, faces, and edges that represent a topological polyhedron Defined by the TQ3Mesh data type. a uniformly spaced arrangement of interlaced or interlocked strands of thread or wire; screen fabric; the open space between the threads of a woven screen fabric.
- Network architecture in which each node has a dedicated connection to all other nodes.
- Medical Subject Headings Controlled vocabulary designed by the National Library of Medicine to search MEDLINE and other health sciences databases. A graphics object composed of, typically, triangles or quadrilaterals that share vertexes and edges, and thus can be transmitted in a compact format to a graphics accelerator.
- Medical Subject Headings The thesaurus or controlled vocabulary for Medline.
- An any-to-any network in which a node is connected to virtually any other node in a collection of cross-connect links, implemented using OXCs This can allow very efficient routing, but can be expensive to implement.
- The National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus.
- A set of subject term and associated thesaurus used to describe medical research, maintained by the National Library of Medicine. A topology in which nodes form a regular acyclic d-dimensional grid, and each edge is parallel to a grid axis and joins two nodes that are adjacent along that axis The architecture of many multicomputers is a two or three dimensional mesh; meshes are also the basis of many scientific calculations, in which each node represents a point in space, and the edges define the neighbours of a node See also hypercube, torus.
- A type of fabric characterized by its net-like open appearance, and the spaces between the yarns Mesh is available in a variety of constructions including wovens, knits, laces, or crocheted fabrics.
- To engage with each other, as the teeth of wheels. the act of interlocking or meshing; 'an interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check' the number of opening per inch of a screen; measures size of particles; 'a 100 mesh screen'; '100 mesh powdered cellulose' work together in harmony.
- To catch in a mesh.
- The engagement of the teeth of wheels, or of a wheel and rack.
- The opening or space inclosed by the threads of a net between knot and knot, or the threads inclosing such a space; network; a net.