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identity element

[ī′den·ə‚dē ‚el·ə·mənt]
(mathematics)
The unique element e of a group where g · e = e · g = g for every element g of the group. Also known as identity.
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Observe that e is also the identity element for ([G.
The solution harnesses the same predictive insights behind ID Analytics' other flagship risk management solutions that help organizations authenticate an identity, verify identity elements or determine a transaction's relative risk for fraud.
Similarly, Hezbollah reflects important identity elements among its mostly Lebanese Shiite adherents.
There are also scores that look at aggregated demographic data, and a newer generation of scores that deliver insight into a consumer's stability by examining use of identity elements.
Customers will start to see the new logo and identity elements in store displays and signage and newly designed charge cards will be issued.
lt;p>Sponsors <p>Branding: TAMS applications are dynamically modifiable and can be easily re-skinned to present and promote partners name, logo and corporate identity elements (e.
Coverage includes the fundamental concepts of branding, including brand basics, identity ideals, identity elements, brand forces, and brand redesign as a company evolves; a five-part process of brand identity applicable to all types of situations regardless of the project's scope and nature; and 48 best practice examples.
A team of industry leaders from ID AAnalytics comprising analytic scientists, software and security resources is now beginning to analyze key identity elements from the UK ID Network.
Design Relief cartons feature extended panels and pull-tab designs that offer additional room for drug facts without compromising shelf space, preserving room for product identity elements and logos, which are critical for consumer awareness and brand recognition.
This new optional feature enables Datacard printers to read facility codes and identification numbers stored on proximity cards while photos, text and other identity elements are being printed on cards.
ACOM's enhancements include toner sensors that prevent MICR check printing unless MICR toner is installed; a three-position keylock switch (MICR On, MICR Off, Printer Off); customized MICR font and toner engineered specifically for use with the Phaser 5400, and an external PCMCIA card reader for secure storage and use of sensitive corporate information such as MICR fonts, signatures, and corporate identity elements.