Basis

Basis may refer to

* Basis future, the value differential between a future and the spot price
* Basis (options), the value differential between a call option and a put option
* Cost basis, in the calculation of capital gains
* Basis (crystal structure), positions of the atoms inside the unit cell
* BASIS International, a software company
* in Renaissance music, the bassline was sometimes called the basis
* BASIS Charter School, a high-expectations school in Tucson, AZIn mathematics:

* Basis (linear algebra)
** Schauder basis
* Basis (topology)
* Basis (Universal Algebra)
* Gröbner basis
* Greedoid
* Generating set of a group

In chemistry:
* Basis set (chemistry)

In people:
*Dimitris Basis Greek singer

ee also

*Basis point, 0.01%, often used in the context of interest rates
*Basic
*Base


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  • Basis- — Basis …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • basis — ba·sis / bā səs/ n pl ba·ses / ˌsēz/ 1: something (as a principle or reason) on which something else is established the court could not imagine any conceivable basis for the statute see also rational basis 2: a basic principle o …   Law dictionary

  • Basis — steht für: Basis (Architektur), den untersten Bauteil einer Säule oder das Podest einer Statue Basis (Stereofotografie), den Abstand zweier zum Ziel ausgerichteter Kameras Kristallstruktur#Basis, die Grundstruktur eines Kristalles Basis (Band)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • BASIS — Заставка BASIS Разработчик Сергей Камнев Последняя версия ?  ? Лицензия Закрытое ПО Состояние Не развивается BASIS специфическая …   Википедия

  • Basis — Sf Grundlage erw. fach. (15. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. basis, dieses aus gr. básis (eigentlich Schritt, Gang ), einer Ableitung von gr. baínein gehen . (Zur Bedeutungsentwicklung vgl. nhd. treten Tritt im Sinne von fester Untergrund,… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Basis — Ba sis (b[=a] s[i^]s), n.; pl. {Bases} (b[=a] s[=e]z). [L. basis, Gr. ba sis. See {Base}, n.] 1. The foundation of anything; that on which a thing rests. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. The pedestal of a column, pillar, or statue. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • basis — (del lat. «basis»; ant.) amb. Base. * * * basis. (Del lat. basis). amb. desus. Base o fundamento …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • basis — 1570s, bottom or foundation (of something material), from L. basis foundation, from Gk. basis a step, stand, base, that whereon one stands, from bainein go, step (see COME (Cf. come)). Transferred and figurative senses (of immaterial things) are… …   Etymology dictionary

  • BASIS — BASIS, ВАЗИЛЯРНЫЙ (лат. basilaris), основание, основной. Базилярный термин недавнего времени, употребляемый в том же смысле, что и базадъный (см.), иногда заменяющий его, но применяемый гораздо реже; примеры: Б. перепонка (membrana basilaris)… …   Большая медицинская энциклопедия

  • Basis — »Grundlage; Ausgangspunkt«: Das Wort, ursprünglich ein Terminus der Geometrie und der Baukunst, wurde im 15. Jh. aus lat. basis »Grundlinie; Sockel, Fundament« entlehnt. Griech. básis »Schritt; Gang; Grund, Boden« gehört als Substantiv zum Stamm… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

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