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Structure is a fundamental and sometimes intangible notion covering the recognition, observation, nature, and stability of patterns and relationships of entities. .From a child's verbal description of a snowflake, to the detailed scientific analysis of the properties of magnetic fields, the concept of structure is an essential foundation of nearly every mode of inquiry and discovery in science, philosophy, and art.^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Arts & Sciences Department: Physics PHY 112 - Physical Science Survey Credits: 3.00 A broad descriptive course in Physical Science.
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^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Arts & Sciences Department: Physics PHY 115W - Physical Science:Energy Credits: 3.00 An introductory course in the scientific, technological and social aspects of Energy.
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^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Arts & Sciences Department: Psychology PSY 260 - Research Methods Credits: 4.00 This course will present the scientific method within the context of applied psychology.
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A structure defines what a system is made of. It is a configuration of items. It is a collection of inter-related components or services. .The structure may be a hierarchy (a cascade of one-to-many relationships) or a network featuring many-to-many relationships.^ One of the many subliminal messages suggested by the above exposition is that, just as the sanctuary structure resembles a human body, so the human body should become a sanctuary, treated and respected as such.
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^ Bacterial electron transport chains may contain as many as three proton pumps, like mitochondria, or they may contain only one or two.
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Types of structure

Biological structure

.In biology, structures exist at all levels of organization, ranging hierarchically from the atomic and molecular to the cellular, tissue, organ, organismic, population and ecosystem level.^ (Prereq: ABIO 370, statistics) Interactions between organisms and the environment; ecosystem structure and function; sampling techniques and data analysis.
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^ Explores how molecular biology, structural biology, and modern enzymology have revolutionized understanding of selective drug action and development of new therapies.

^ It explores the comparative, experimental and evolutionary aspects of all vertebrate classes and surveys the impact of recent advances in cellular and molecular biology on this branch of the biological sciences.
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Usually, a higher-level structure is composed of multiple copies of a lower-level structure.

Chemical structure

.Chemistry is the science treating matter at the atomic to macromolecular scale, the reactions, transformations and aggregations of matter, as well as accompanying energy and entropy changes during these processes.^ Since this process consumes much energy, there are many well-developed mitochondria in the bouton, or terminal bulb.
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^ During the process of cell division, this chromatin material aggregates so that it may be identified as one of the 46 individual chromosomes found in each human cell (diploid condition).
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^ At USCA, a student can complete these entrance requirements and at the same time receive a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology or Chemistry.
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The chemical structure refers to both molecular geometry and to electronic structure. .The structural formula of a chemical compound is a graphical representation of the molecular structure showing how the atoms are arranged.^ Explores how molecular biology, structural biology, and modern enzymology have revolutionized understanding of selective drug action and development of new therapies.

^ A few examples are: Organic reactions encompass several different kinds of reactions involving compounds which have carbon as the main element in their molecular structure.
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.A protein structure is the three dimensional coordinates of the atoms within (macro) molecules made of protein.^ Within the nucleus is the chromatin material, made up of the protein deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).
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^ Proteins form the bulk of cell structure and most functional molecules.
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^ The three-dimensional "fit" between the variable segments of the antibody molecule and the corresponding antigenic determinant site is referred to as the: Your Answer: antibody-antigen complex -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 50.
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Built structure

.A structure usually refers to any large, man-made object permanently fixed to Earth's surface or in its orbit, as a result of construction.^ The technical subject matter will be concerned as much with natural processes as with their products-the minerals, rocks, fossils, structure and surface forms of the earth.
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.These are divided into buildings and nonbuilding structures, and make up the infrastructure of a human society.^ The technologists are making great strides in their area but what are the lawyers, politicians, philosophers, and psychologists doing to prepare humanity for these innovations?
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^ Small flaps of mucosa cover these openings and act as valves that allow urine to enter the bladder but prevent it from backing up from the bladder into the ureters.
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^ This building up, tearing down, and rebuilding are continuous processes throughout the life of the individual human being.
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There are also animal-built structures, such as anthills and beaver dams.
Structures built by humans are broadly divided into categories because of their varying design approaches and standards:
  • Residential buildings
  • Commercial buildings and complexes
  • Industrial buildings, sites and installations
  • Civil constructions
  • Network infrastructure constructions

Musical composition

.Music is an art form consisting of sound and silence expressed through time.^ This course will consider the development of drama as a popular art form reflecting gender issues of its time.
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The term musical form, a type of structure, refers to two related concepts:
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  • the type of composition (for example, a musical work can have the form of a symphony, a concerto, or other generic type)
  • the structure of a particular piece (for example, a piece can be written in binary form, sonata form, as a fugue, etc.^ In many glands the number of branches is limited, in others (salivary, pancreas) a very large structure is finally formed by repeated growth and sub-division.
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    ^ Included will be the issues of syntax and semantics, data types, control structures, binding, etc.
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    ^ The other type, heterochromatin, is the more compact form, and contains DNA that are infrequently transcribed.
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    )

Social structure

.A social structure is a pattern of relations.^ Subsistence patterns, social organization, economic structures, political systems, religion and creative behavior are the major areas we cover.
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.They are social organizations of individuals in various life situations.^ A system is an organization of varying numbers and kinds of organs so arranged that together they can perform complex functions for the body.
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.Structures are applicable to people in how a society is as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships.^ The course provides the student with an understanding and overview of how the American legal system functions including introducing students to the principles of law, the administration of the legal system, legal terminology, and the inter- relationship between politics, governmental structures, legal professionals and the functioning of the legal system.
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^ The organizational structure and integration of human systems are stressed.
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^ Subsistence patterns, social organization, economic structures, political systems, religion and creative behavior are the major areas we cover.
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This is known as the social organization of the group. .Sociologists have studied the changing structure of these groups.^ The PASCAL language will be used to support the study of these structures.
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Structure and agency is the two confronted theories about human behaviour. .The debate surrounding the influence of structure and agency on human thought and behaviour is one of the central issues in sociology.^ One of the many subliminal messages suggested by the above exposition is that, just as the sanctuary structure resembles a human body, so the human body should become a sanctuary, treated and respected as such.
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In this context "agency" refers to the capacity of individual humans to act independently and to make their own free choices. ."Structure" here refers to those factors such as social class, religion, gender, ethnicity, customs etc.^ Particular attention given to how gender, race, ethnicity, and class interaction affects the formation of the diverse cultural experience of the U.S. Latino.
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^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Arts & Sciences Department: Sociology/Anthropology SOC 228 - Society & Health Credits: 3.00 This course is a comparative and cross-cultural examination of the meaning and experience of health and illness and the ways in which social factors like age, gender, class and ethnicity affect health.
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^ Subsistence patterns, social organization, economic structures, political systems, religion and creative behavior are the major areas we cover.
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which seem to limit or influence the opportunities that individuals have.

Data structure

.In computer science, a data structure is a way of storing data in a computer so that it can be used efficiently.^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Business Department: Mathematics Pre-requisites: CMP 125 Minimum Grade: D CMP 200 - Discrete Structures Credits: 3.00 A course dealing with data and mathematical structures commonly used in the organization and manipulation of information by computers.
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^ Advanced Placement Advanced Placement Examinations may be used to gain credit and advanced placement in calculus and computer science.
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^ Rigorous development of algorithms and computer programs; elementary data structures.
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.Often a carefully chosen data structure will allow the most efficient algorithm to be used.^ ACSC 220 Data Structures and Algorithms.
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^ A high-level structured programming language, such as C, using both static and dynamic storage concepts, will be used in exploring and developing these algorithms.
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^ Rigorous development of algorithms and computer programs; elementary data structures.
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.The choice of the data structure often begins from the choice of an abstract data type.^ Concepts of data typing, structured programming, procedural abstraction and program testing are presented in the context of a high-level programming language.
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^ Abstract data types: lists, stacks, queues, sets, treed graphs.
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^ TYPES OF SYNOVIAL JOINTS Synovial joints are often referred to by their geometric or mechanical structure.
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.A well-designed data structure allows a variety of critical operations to be performed, using as few resources, both execution time and memory space, as possible.^ (Prereq: ACSC 220) The study of concepts and techniques used in designing and implementing data communications systems.
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^ Topics covered will include planning, analysis, designing, and developing well-organized Web sites that combine effective navigation with the use of graphics, text, and color.
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^ Included are complex aircraft operations, flight at critically slow airspeeds, maximum performance maneuvers, emergency operations and other maneuvers required for the commercial certificate.
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.Data structures are implemented in a programming language as data types and the references (eg.^ ACSC 330 Programming Language Structures.
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^ Concepts of data typing, structured programming, procedural abstraction and program testing are presented in the context of a high-level programming language.
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^ Lecture: 3.00 College: Arts & Sciences Department: Mathematics Pre-requisites: MTH 252 Minimum Grade: D and MTH 245 Minimum Grade: D CMP 227 - Data Structures Credits: 3.00 The representation and implementation of complex data program types and their applications to programming problems and program design.
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relationships, links and pointers) and operations that are possible with them.
Structures are not only represented in the memory space allocated to a program. They are also embedded in relational database designs. .These are referred to as Structure Tables.^ These structures are known as the integumentary derivatives, sometimes referred to as "appendages."
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^ These structures are referred to as the integumentary derivatives or "appendages."
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.They are a generic way of storing the data of tree information, often found in modern commercial planning and On-line Analytical Processing software products.^ State of-the-art computers and software will be used to generate and analyze process control charts and histograms, plus continuous variables, and attribute control charts.
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^ Overview of engineering and business processes, concepts in enterprise resource planning and integration, and software applications for such functions as manufacturing, product life cycle management, and supply chain management will form the key topics.
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^ Functions in cells ATP is generated in the cell by energy-releasing processes and is broken down by energy-consuming processes, in this way ATP transfers energy between spatially-separate metabolic reactions.
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(eg. Arthur planning system, the Merchandise Planning System from I2, Pyramid, and Cubes from Microsoft and Oracle.) .In the structure of these products, Variable Measures are stored at the intersections of Member objects found in the Levels of tree Hierarchies of multiple Dimensions.^ This course will examine the various levels and types of software and information systems required by an organization to integrate these functions.
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^ A high-level structured programming language, such as C, using both static and dynamic storage concepts, will be used in exploring and developing these algorithms.
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^ These notions include: structured programming, procedures, recursion, linked lists and dynamic variables as applied to the PASCAL data structures.
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User Defined Attributes can be associated with the members in a dimension. This allows dynamic analysis and aggregation at desired level of the data. These meta data structure tables could be named as follows:
Table Name Key Columns Data Columns Comment
DIMENSION DIM_NO DESCRIPTION A single Dimension has Members in Levels arranged into Hierarchies
MEMBER DIM_NO, MEM_NO DESCRIPTION Has User Defined Attributes and belongs to a Dimension; has (Parent, Ancestor, Child, Descendant) Members unless it is the single top Member or a bottom Level Member. Members are unique in a dimension.
LEVEL DIM_NO, LEV_NO DESCRIPTION Belongs to one Hierarchy or more; has (Parent, Ancestor, Child, Descendant) Levels in a Dimension. Levels are unique in a dimension.
HIERARCHY ( Hierarchy ) DIM_NO, HIER_NO DESCRIPTION Multiple Hierarchies belong to a single Dimension and can have Convergent Levels (ie. that are the same in each Hierarchy) of one Dimension.Hierarchies are unique in a dimension.
LEVEL_RELATIONSHIP DIM_NO, HIER_NO, PARENT_LEV, CHILD_LEV ~ A pair of adjacent Levels in a Hierarchy of a Dimension. No level may have more than one child in the same Hierarchy of a Dimension. Relationships are unique in a Hierarchy of a Dimension.
MEMBER_RELATIONSHIP DIM_NO, HIER_NO, PARENT_MEM, CHILD_MEM ~ Relationship is a pair of adjacent Members from adjacent Levels in a Hierarchy of a Dimension. No Member may share a Child with another Member in the same Hierarchy of a Dimension. Relationships are unique in a Hierarchy of a Dimension.
ATTRIBUTE DIM_NO, LEV_NO, ATTRIBUTE DESCRIPTION An Attribute is attached to a Level of a Dimension. Attributes are unique in a Level of a Dimension.
ATTRIBUTE_VALUES DIM_NO, MEM_NO, ATTRIBUTE ATTRIBUTE_VALUE Attribute-values are attached to a Member of a Dimension.
MEASURE MEASURE DESCRIPTION Measures are unique and represent empirical data which can be used as input to derive other data via functions.
CUBE_DEFINITION DIM_1, ... ..., DIM_n, DIM_1_TOP_MEM, ... ..., DIM_n_TOP_MEM, DIM_1_BOT_LEV, ... ..., DIM_n_BOT_LEV DESCRIPTION Cubes may represent any sub-section of intersections between any Dimensions
CUBE_1, ... DIM_1,... ...DIM_n, DIM_1_MEMBER, ... ..., DIM_n_MEMBER MEASURE_1, ... ..., MEASURE_n A cube is a collection of Variable-Measure-Values stored on the Key of the intersection of the Dimensions it represents.
..., CUBE_n DIM_1, ... ..., DIM_n, MEMBER_1, ... ..., MEMBER_n MEASURE_1, ... ..., MEASURE_n A cube is a collection of Variable-Measure-Values stored on the Key of the intersection of the Dimensions it represents.
.A great advantage of storing the structures and measures data in a relational database, is that it can quickly and easily be maintained by writing programs in the native SQL and SQL extension protocol/language of the native database by maintenance programmers.^ Concepts of data typing, structured programming, procedural abstraction and program testing are presented in the context of a high-level programming language.
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^ These notions include: structured programming, procedures, recursion, linked lists and dynamic variables as applied to the PASCAL data structures.
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^ Rigorous development of algorithms and computer programs; elementary data structures.
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.Since these tools are easy to use and there is an ANSI standard for the SQL, database portability can also be facilitated.^ These topics will then be explored through laboratory assignements using a RDBMS such as Oracle or SQL server.
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^ Students will be introduced to a browser, such as Netscape navigator and be given the opportunity to explore the World Wide Web, use E-Mail and search for Information using these tools.
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^ The use of cost data and procedures under job order, process cost, and standard cost accounting systems as a tool of management.
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An API can be developed to support navigation of the Structures and Cubes. Structure functions probably required are as follows: First_dimension() Next_dimension() Dimension_name() First_hierarchy() Next_hierarchy() Hierarchy_name() Top_level() Next_level() Bottom_level() Parent_level() Child_level() Top_member() Parent_member() First_child_member() Next_child_member() Ancestor_member_in_level() Descendant_member_in_level() First_peer_member() Next_peer_member() First_attribute_of_member() Next_attribute_of_member() etc. Cube functions probably required are as follows: Value_of_member_at() Sum_of_children_of_member() Sum_of_children_of_member_in_dimension() Contribution_of_member() Portion_of_parent_member() etc.

See also

References

  1. ^ Pullan, Wendy (2000). Structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521782589. 

Simple English

Structure also refers to buildings and similar things made by people.
Simple English Wiktionary has the word meaning for:

The structure of an object is how the parts of it relate to each other, or how it is "put together". This can be compared to process, which is how the thing works; but a process needs a structure to make it work.

Reality and language also have a structure.


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