Synsets for "concept"

Synset: concept.n.01

Synonyms: concept

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances


Lemmas: concept conception construct

Hypernym: idea

Hyponym: abstraction category conceptualization fact hypothesis law law lexicalized_concept notion part property quantity rule rule whole

Antonyms: misconception


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Concept image and concept definition In mathematics education, concept image and concept definition are two ways of understanding a mathematical concept.
Conveyed concept The conveyed concept is individual in that each person will use their cognitive process to interpret the idea or concept in their own individual way. So a conveyed concept is more than just the imparting of a concept or a concept that is conveyed. Once a concept is communicated it becomes a conveyed concept and unique to each individual.
Conveyed concept Conveyed concept is a set phrase that denotes a concept as understood or perceived. If someone explains an idea or if an idea is conveyed by some type of media then that idea or concept is a conveyed concept but in the mind of the person/people to whom it was conveyed it is a concept processed within the framework of their understanding of that concept. That concept, being either poorly or precisely conveyed, is now a concept as understood or processed by whomever it was conveyed to and can be referred to as a conveyed concept.
Conveyed concept If we study the first sentence we can draw a line from material to concept of height to child and then to "the conveyed concept". Because we are depending on the child's understanding of the "concept of height" in order to continue then "the conveyed concept" is the child's understanding of that concept. The word conveyed here is used as an adjective to describe what was conveyed to the student, the concept of height, but if the child still does not understand the concept of height then it could be said the concept was poorly conveyed and that the child's conveyed concept of height was incorrect. So the conveyed concept could be what was actually presented to the child so they could understand the concept of height or conveyed concept can refer to how the child perceived what was presented.
Concept learning •A concept is an idea of something formed by combining all its features or attributes which construct the given concept. Every concept has two components:
Concept-oriented design Concept-oriented design should not be confused with any other concept-oriented theory such as concept-oriented programming or concept-oriented model, work of Alexandr Savinov. Their only relationship is a similar-sounding name.
Formal concept analysis The concept lattice equipped with the two additional operations Δ and 𝛁 is known as the "concept algebra" of a context. Concept algebras are a generalization of power sets.
Conveyed concept Now lets assume he meets caveman2, who also has no concept of fire. Caveman1 begins to convey to him his concept of fire. Caveman2 however has a different concept of life and when he tries to link the concept of fire to life he is unable to. As the concept of fire is conveyed to him he constructs a similar concept of fire except he understands that the fire is not truly alive within the scope of his concept of life. So his conveyed concept of fire is similar but also has a stark difference.
Volkswagen Concept BlueSport The Volkswagen Concept BlueSport is a mid-engined roadster concept car produced by Volkswagen. It was introduced at the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Concept BlueSport follows on from a previous roadster concept car, the Volkswagen Concept R, shown at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Volvo Concept Estate The Volvo Concept Estate is a concept car first unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota concept vehicles Toyota concept vehicles are concept vehicles from Toyota, and may refer to:
Conceptual combination A concept that can be expressed using a single word is called a "lexical concept." A lexical concept is usually treated as a basic concept, although it can just as easily be a complex concept.
Concept testing Immediately prior to concept testing in the new product development process (NPD) is the concept generation stage. The concept generation stage of concept testing can take on many forms. Sometimes concepts are generated incidentally, as the result of technological advances. At other times concept generation is deliberate: examples include brain-storming sessions, problem detection surveys and qualitative research. While qualitative research can provide insights into the range of reactions consumers may have, it cannot provide an indication of the likely success of the new concept; this is better left to quantitative concept-test surveys.
Concept testing Perhaps one of the famous concept-test systems is the Nielsen Bases system. Other well-known products include Decision Analyst's 'Concept Check', Acupoll's 'Concept Optimizer', Ipsos Innoquest and GFK. Examples of smaller players include Skuuber and Acentric Express Test.
Y.O Concept Y.O Concept is a French racecar constructor based in Cornillé, Brittany. Y.O Concept produces Group CN sportscars under the Funyo brand. Y.O Concept was founded in 1999 by Yves Orhant.
Concept class A concept over a domain X is a total Boolean function over X. A concept class is a class of concepts. Concept class is a subject of computational learning theory.
Concept programming The "rule of equivalence" is verified when the code behavior matches the original concept. This equivalence may break down in many cases. Integer overflow breaks the equivalence between the mathematical integer concept and the computerized approximation of the concept.
Essentially contested concept Clarke argued that to state that a concept is merely "contested" is to "attribute significance to the contest rather than to the concept". Yet, to state that a concept is "contestable" is to "attribute some part of any contest to the concept". In other words, this is "to claim that some feature or property of the concept makes it polysemantic, and that the concept contains some internal conflict of ideas"; and it is this fact that provides the "essentially contested concept" with its "inherent potential" for "generating disputes".
Volvo Concept Coupe The Volvo Concept Coupe is a concept car first revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2013.
Concept programming Concept programming uses "pseudo-metrics" to evaluate the quality of code. They are called pseudo-metrics because they relate the concept space and the code space, with a clear understanding that the concept space cannot be formalized strictly enough for a real metric to be defined. Concept programming pseudo-metrics include: