Associations to the word «Dynamic»
DYNAMIC, adjective. Changing; active; in motion.
DYNAMIC, adjective. Powerful; energetic.
DYNAMIC, adjective. Able to change and adapt.
DYNAMIC, adjective. (music) Having to do with the volume of sound.
DYNAMIC, adjective. (computing) Happening at runtime instead of being predetermined at compile time.
DYNAMIC, adjective. Pertaining to dynamics, the branch of mechanics concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of objects.
DYNAMIC, noun. A characteristic or manner of an interaction; a behavior.
DYNAMIC, noun. (music) The varying loudness or volume of a song or the markings that indicate the loudness.
DYNAMIC, noun. (music) A symbol in a musical score that indicates the desired level of volume.
DYNAMIC BINDING, noun. (programming) A form of binding that occurs at runtime, such as the resolution of a virtual method call to a specific subclass's implementation.
DYNAMIC DISPATCH, noun. (computing) A dispatch method where the implementation of a function or method is assigned during runtime, as it cannot be assigned during compile time.
DYNAMIC DISPATCHES, noun. Plural of dynamic dispatch
DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM, noun. Any equilibrium in which opposite changes occur simultaneously.
DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM, noun. (chemistry) An equilibrium in which two reversible reactions occur at the same rate.
DYNAMIC HEADROOM, noun. (electronics) the ability of an amplifier to handle strong signals (or loud sounds) free from distortion
DYNAMIC IP ADDRESS, noun. An IP address which changes periodically, e.g. each time a user dials into their Internet Service Provider. Contrast static IP address.
DYNAMIC IP ADDRESSING, noun. (Internet) The state of using a dynamic IP address. Contrast static IP addressing.
DYNAMIC LOAD, noun. Any load which is nonstatic, such as a wind load or moving live load.
DYNAMIC LOADS, noun. Plural of dynamic load
DYNAMIC MEMORY, noun. Computer memory that requires a periodic refresh to maintain its contents. This memory is usually cheaper and faster than ROM.
DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATION, noun. (computing) The process of allocating memory at runtime.
DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATIONS, noun. Plural of dynamic memory allocation
DYNAMIC PERMEABILITY, noun. (earth science) Permeability under nonstandard conditions.
DYNAMIC PROXIES, noun. Plural of dynamic proxy
DYNAMIC PROXY, noun. (Internet) A proxy that creates the actual proxy class at runtime.
DYNAMIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY, noun. Dynamic RAM is typically the RAM used as the main memory in a computer system. DRAM requires fewer transistors per bit than SRAM, but each bit needs to be refreshed regularly or it will lose information. DRAM is typically slower but much less expensive than SRAM.
DYNAMIC SCALE, noun. A device, often part of a conveyor belt system, that weighs a product while it is in motion
DYNAMIC SITE, noun. (Internet) A web site that displays information that changes using server-side code, generally with information retrieved from a database.
DYNAMIC SYSTEM, noun. Dynamical system
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS, noun. Plural of dynamic system
DYNAMIC TYPING, noun. (computing) (programming) A system in which type checking is performed at run time and not at compilation, opposed to static typing.
DYNAMIC, noun. An efficient incentive; "they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches".
DYNAMIC, adjective. Characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm".
DYNAMIC, adjective. Of or relating to dynamics.
DYNAMIC, adjective. (used of verbs (e.g. `to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. `running' in `running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being.
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