Capture may refer to:
- Capture (chess), to remove the opponent's piece from the board by taking it with one's own piece
- Capture (politics), situations in which a government agency created to act in the public interest instead acts in favor of other interests
- Capture (rivers), a geomorphological phenomenon occurring when a stream or river is diverted from its own bed
- FM capture, a phenomenon in which only the stronger of two signals near the same FM frequency will be demodulated
- Screen capture (disambiguation), an image taken by the computer to record the visible items
- Video capture, the process of converting an analog video signal to digital form
- Motion capture, the process of recording movement and translating that movement onto a digital model
- Schematic capture, a step in electronic design automation at which the electronic schematic is created by a designer
- Capture CIS, a software tool used for circuit schematic capture
- Capture fishery, a wild fishery in which the aquatic life is not controlled and needs to be captured or fished
- Rule of capture, common law that determines ownership of captured natural resources including groundwater, oil, gas and game animals
Other articles related to "capture":
... Following his capture on 13 December Saddam was transported to a U.S ... The day after his capture he was reportedly visited by longtime opponents such as Ahmed Chalabi ... and Americans who spoke with Saddam after his capture generally reported that he remained self-assured, describing himself as a "firm, but just leader." ...
... A Schematic editor is a tool for schematic capture of electrical circuits or electronic circuits ... At the same time modern schematic editors capture schematic data in a way suited for automatic processing by further stages of the design cycle ... modern schematic editors typically provide the following The ability to capture electrical properties and other attributes of components, wires, nets and pins ...
... In a briefing by the Colombian Ministry of Defense during the presentation of Montoya to the public through Caracol TV, the General of the Colombian Army Mario Montoya Uribe detailed the operation dubbed as Operation Simeón which started at 0430 hrs on 10 September 2007 after a military intelligence operation between the municipalities of Zarzal and La Unión in northern Valle del Cauca Department ... General Montoya said that Montoya had a security ring in a jungle rural area ...
... The objective of the game is to capture your opponent's king or to capture all the other pieces, leaving a bare king ... Unlike standard shogi, pieces may not be dropped back into play after capture ...
... In August 2008 a group of filmers claimed to have captured Storsjöodjuret on film ... The cameras showed red so it was something warm that was filmed ...
Famous quotes containing the word capture:
“Not even the visionary or mystical experience ever lasts very long. It is for art to capture that experience, to offer it to, in the case of literature, its readers; to be, for a secular, materialist culture, some sort of replacement for what the love of god offers in the world of faith.”
—Salman Rushdie (b. 1947)
“Because the young child feels with such intensity, he experiences sorrows that seem inconsolable and losses that feel unbearable. A precious toy gets broken or a good-bye cannot be endured. When this happens, words like sad or disappointed seem a travesty because they cannot possibly capture the enormity of the childs loss. He needs a loving adult presence to support him in his pain but he does not want to be talked out of it.”
—Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)
“This is the hope of many adolescent girlsto capture a parents heart with love for them as they are, as people. They reject the notion of being loved just because they are the child of the parent. They want the parent to fall in love with them all over again, because being new, they deserve a new love.”
—Terri Apter (20th century)