modularity
noun see modular

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • modularity — (n.) 1909, from MODULAR (Cf. modular) + ITY (Cf. ity) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Modularity — Module redirects here. For other uses, see Module (disambiguation). Modularity is a general systems concept, typically defined as a continuum describing the degree to which a system’s components may be separated and recombined.[1] It refers to… …   Wikipedia

  • modularity — modulinis principas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. modularity vok. modulare Bauweise, f; Modularität, f rus. модульность, f; модульный принцип, m pranc. modularité, f …   Radioelektronikos terminų žodynas

  • modularity — modular ► ADJECTIVE 1) employing or involving modules. 2) Mathematics of or relating to a modulus. DERIVATIVES modularity noun …   English terms dictionary

  • modularity — /moj euh lar i tee, mod yeuh /, n. the use of individually distinct functional units, as in assembling an electronic or mechanical system. [1935 40; MODULAR + ITY] * * * …   Universalium

  • modularity — noun The property of being modular …   Wiktionary

  • modularity — n. being modular, being made of standardized units which can be assembled in different ways …   English contemporary dictionary

  • modularity — mod·u·lar·i·ty …   English syllables

  • modularity — ˌmäjəˈlarə̇d.ē, ler noun ( es) Etymology: modular + ity 1. : the use of discrete functional units in building an electronic or mechanical system 2. : a feature of a computer language that allows programs to be composed of modules …   Useful english dictionary

  • Modularity (networks) — For other uses, see Modularity. Modularity is one measure of the structure of networks or graphs. It measures the strength of division of a network into modules (also called groups, clusters or communities). Networks with high modularity have… …   Wikipedia

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