Configuration

The term configuration has several meanings.

In computing it may refer to:

  • Computer configuration or system configuration
  • Configure (computing) is the output of Autotools and used to detect system configuration. This is referred to as "./configure" in Unix
  • Configuration file is a software file used to configure the initial settings for a computer program

Other usages include:

  • Electron configuration
  • Configuration (geometry)
  • Configuration space
  • Molecular configuration
  • Configuration management is a management discipline
  • Configuration (locomotive parts)
  • In Historical Behaviour Studies, configuration is a pattern of historical behaviour

Other articles related to "configuration, configurations":

Motion Planning - Concepts - Configuration Space
... A configuration describes the pose of the robot, and the configuration space C is the set of all possible configurations ... in a 2-dimensional plane (the workspace), C is a plane, and a configuration can be represented using two parameters (x, y) ... group of 2D rotations), and a configuration can be represented using 3 parameters (x, y, θ) ...
Stabilizer (aircraft) - See Also - Specific Stabilizer/tail Configurations
... Tailplane T-tail V-tail Cruciform tail Twin tail Twin-boom tail Canard configuration Three-surface configuration Tailless configuration ...
Global Sign - SSL Configuration Checker
... receive actionable guidance on how to remediate any faulty or exploitable SSL configurations ... damaging attacks that exploit faulty SSL configurations ... receives a letter grade with a simplified explanation of any issues found in the website's SSL configuration and actionable remediation steps ...
New Bus For London - Configuration
... There is a new pattern of moquette for the seating ... The internal lighting is provided by LED clusters and there is a climate-controlled ventilation system ...
Motion Planning - Concepts
... a continuous motion that connects a start configuration S and a goal configuration G, while avoiding collision with known obstacles ... as a path in (possibly higher-dimensional) configuration space ...