module

Pronunciation Noun

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Pronunciation Noun

**module** (*plural* modules)

- A self-contained component of a system, often interchangeable, which has a well-defined interface to the other components.
- (
*architecture*) A standard unit of measure used for determining the proportions of a building. - (
*programming*) A section of a program; a subroutine or group of subroutines.**2001**, Phil Jones,*Visual Basic: A Complete Course*(page 254)- Class
**modules**are similar to form modules except they do not have a visible interface (GUI).

- Class

- A unit of education covering a single topic.
*Which***modules**are you studying next year?

- A pre-prepared adventure scenario with related materials for a role-playing game.
**2011**, Michael J. Tresca,*The Evolution of Fantasy Role-Playing Games*(page 81)- Dragonborn […] first appeared in the Dragons of Despair
**module**(1984) for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons as “dragonmen.”

- Dragonborn […] first appeared in the Dragons of Despair

- (
*algebra, ring theory*) An abelian group equipped with the operation of multiplication by an element of a ring (or another of certain algebraic objects), representing a generalisation of the concept of*vector space*with*scalar multiplication*.*meronyms*en

**1974**, Thomas W. Hungerford,*Algebra*, Springer, page 168 ↗,**Modules**over a ring are a generalization of abelian groups (which are**modules**over \textstyle\mathbb{Z}).

**2004**, Robert R. Colby, Kent R. Fuller,*Equivalence and Duality for*, Cambridge University Press, page vii ↗,**Module**Categories (with Tilting and Cotilting for Rings)- Approximately forty-five years ago K. Morita presented the first major results on equivalences and dualities between categories of
**modules**over a pair of rings.

- Approximately forty-five years ago K. Morita presented the first major results on equivalences and dualities between categories of
**2012**, A. A. Kirillov,*Elements of the Theory of Representations*, Springer, page 29 ↗,- One defines in like manner
*right**K*-**modules**and*two-sided**K*-**modules**. If*K*is commutative, then every left*K*-**module**is automatically equipped with the structure of right and a two-sided*K*-**module**.

- One defines in like manner

- (
*fractal geometry, mathematics*) A fractal element. - (
*music*) A file containing a music sequence that can be played in a tracker (called also*mod*or*music module*). - (
*hydraulics*) A contrivance for regulating the supply of water from an irrigation channel. - (
*astronautics*) An independent self-contained unit of a spacecraft.

- Portuguese: módulo

- Portuguese: módulo
- Russian: мо́дуль

- German: Modul

- Russian: мо́дуль

- German: Modul

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