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schematic diagram

[ski′mad·ik ′dī·ə‚gram]
(graphic arts)
A presentation of the element-by-element relationship of all parts of a system. Also known as schematic drawing;
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In order to translate the problem into a schematic diagram the schema type was identified by asking the following questions: is there a whole with parts; is there something changing over time; or is the problem comparing two values?
Pictures and schematic diagrams illustrate operational and functional ideas of the system's operation.
During this first phase of the unit we introduced the Change schematic diagram as a means of isolating the key information, describing it as a "picture that shows only the really important information" (Figure 4).
A draftsman, for example, can create a schematic diagram by using the pointer to select from a number of graphic options--including solid, dotted or dashed lines of various widths, or pre-dawn graphics such as arrowheads or rectangles.
Figure (3) shows the experimental setup schematic diagram of evanescent wave fiber optic sensor.
A schematic diagram of the LED source is shown in Fig.
They also probed the circuit board using an online schematic diagram of the board to measure voltages at component pins and the values of discrete components.
Figure 2a is a schematic diagram of scanning type scattering topography set-up equipped with a multichannel detector (PSPC or SSD).
A schematic diagram of the pulse generator is shown in Figure 3.
stainless steel; approximately 20 pieces of tactile labeling (profile / braille); approximately 20 pcs schematic diagram as engraving; approximately 71 lfm handrail lighting led, incl.
That folder also holds product specifications and a schematic diagram for the development board.
Figure 4 shows a schematic diagram of an aperture system for a measurement system consisting of a wavelength selector and an optical detector (not shown in Fig.