Activity may mean:
- Action (philosophy), in general
- Social activity, in social sciences
- The Aristotelian concept of energeia, Latinized as actus
- Physical exercise
- Activity (UML), a major task in Unified Modeling Language
- Activity diagram, a diagram representing activities in Unified Modeling Language
- Activity, an alternative name for the game charades
- Activity, the rate of catalytic activity, such as enzyme activity (enzyme assay), in physical chemistry and enzymology
- Activity (chemistry), the effective concentration of a solute for the purposes of mass action
- Activity (project management)
- Activity (radioactivity), radioactive decay#Radioactive decay rates, the number of radioactive decays per second
- Activity (software engineering)
- Activity (soil mechanics)
- HMS Activity (D94), an aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy
- in military parlance, a military agency or unit (e.g. Intelligence Support Activity)
- Activity Theory, social constructivism (learning theory), Education
The special spelling Activiti may mean:
- Activiti, an open source Business Process Management (BPM) Platform
Other articles related to "activity":
... of a gradual increase in intensity in physical activity (pulse raiser), a joint mobility exercise, stretching and a sport related activity ... activate the energy systems that are required for that particular activity ...
... eruptions to effusive and extrusive dacitic and rhyolitic activity ... Almost all of its eruptions involved phreatic activity ... The latest eruptive activity was a steam explosion in 1888, after small ash eruptions in 1871 and 1873 and earthquakes are not infrequent ...
... subunits two identical "heavy chains," 520 kDa in mass, which contain the ATPase activity and are thus responsible for generating movement along the microtubule two 74 kDa intermediate chains which are believed to ... The force-generating ATPase activity of each dynein heavy chain is located in its large doughnut-shaped "head", which is related to other AAA proteins, while two projections from the head connect it ... The alternating activity of the paired heavy chains in the complete cytoplasmic dynein motor enables a single dynein molecule to transport its cargo by "walking" a considerable distance along a microtubule without ...
... of the Italian constitution provides that "the prime minister directs and coordinates the activity of the ministers" ... Often the prime minister's activity consists more in mediating between the various parties in the majority coalition, rather than directing the activity of the Council of Ministers ...
... was the main Galician port, providing for a very intense fishing and sea-trading activity ... and commercial centre, in contrast with Vigo, which attracted the industrial activity ... Industrial activity is reduced to a handful of companies, namely pulp mills (in gradual recession) and construction ...
Famous quotes containing the word activity:
“In communist society, where nobody has one exclusive sphere of activity but each can become accomplished in any branch he wishes, society regulates the general production and thus makes it possible for me to do one thing today and another tomorrow, to hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, rear cattle in the evening, criticize after dinner, just as I have a mind, without ever becoming hunter, fisherman, shepherd or critic.”
—Karl Marx (18181883)
“A worm is as good a traveler as a grasshopper or a cricket, and a much wiser settler. With all their activity these do not hop away from drought nor forward to summer. We do not avoid evil by fleeing before it, but by rising above or diving below its plane; as the worm escapes drought and frost by boring a few inches deeper.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Every time a child organizes and completes a chore, spends some time alone without feeling lonely, loses herself in play for an hour, or refuses to go along with her peers in some activity she feels is wrong, she will be building meaning and a sense of worth for herself and harmony in her family.”
—Barbara Coloroso (20th century)