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sche·mat·ic

(skē-mat'ik),
Made after a definite type of formula; representing in general, but not with absolute exactness; denoting an anatomic drawing or model.
[G. schēmatikos, in outward show, fr. schēma, shape, form]

schematic

(skē-măt′ĭk) [NL. schematicus, shape, figure]
Pert. to a diagram or model; showing part for part in a diagram.

sche·mat·ic

(skĕ-mat'ik)
Made after a definite type of formula; representing in general, but not with absolute exactness; denoting an anatomic drawing or model.
[G. schēmatikos, in outward show, fr. schēma, shape, form]
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While it may not be difficult to update the design if only one or two parts are changed in the schematic, it can be quite a challenge if the schematic has 20 or more changes that affect the PCB.
The wirebonds for a chip, for example, would be represented on the schematic with a virtual block surrounding the chip.
We based our three schematic templates loosely on those suggested by Marshall (1995).
Es por todo esto que Schematic decidio aprovecharse de su experiencia en el diseno y desarrollo de aplicaciones para web, telefonia movil y television durante varios anos, y enfrentar un proyecto innovador de publicidad fuera de casa en una escala y nivel de sofisticacion que hasta el momento no habian sido intentados por otra empresa.
For the interconnect verification element, microwave designers were left with tools designed for analog/digital design that had an inherent separation between the logical (schematic) and physical (layout) domains.
It also automates the review process to ensure that the completed 3D design complies exactly with the 2D schematic specifications.
THERE is no stopping Paul Hanagan, the season's leading apprentice, who scaled fresh heights courtesy of an 8-1 double on Schematic and Quick Flight, which boosted his score to a best-ever 29 winners, one more than he achieved during the whole of last year, writes Tom O'Ryan.
Basic components are shown in the accompanying schematic.
We always urge potential building owners to "test the water" by only committing to a study, master plan or schematic design.
In order to assess whether participants were schematic for baseball (schematics), schematic for not playing baseball (non-schematics), or aschematic, the methodology (described in detail below) devised by Markus (1977) was used.
Morland's point in developing the schematic was to heighten awareness of the proliferation of potentially dangerous information, and to debunk the belief that weapons of mass destruction were impossibly difficult to either construct or transport.
This new material has led to a chronological reassessment of two styles, the "naturalistic" Uruk style and the "schematic" Jemdet Nasr style, which had originally been thought to be consecutive but which are now shown to have been contemporary.