Dynamic

  • (adj): Characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality.
    Example: "A dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"
    Synonyms: dynamical
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on dynamic:

David Fisher (architect) - Career - Dynamic Tower
... Fisher is the founder and chairman of Dynamic Architecture Group ... He is the designer of the proposed rotating Dynamic Tower, billed as the world's first building in motion, though the basic concept has numerous precedents, especially the 2001 Suite Vollard ... Fisher's Dynamic Tower was designed by the Dynamic Architecture Group ...
Dynamic Photo HDR
... Dynamic Photo HDR is a photography software developed by Mediachance for Microsoft Windows, designed to create and tone map high dynamic range photos by ...
Da Vinci Machine
... to prototype the extension of the Java Virtual Machine to add support for dynamic languages ... It is already possible to run dynamic languages on top of the JVM, but the goal is to ease new dynamic language implementations and increase their ...
RTP Audio Video Profile - RTP/AVP Audio and Video Payload Types
... avoidance N/A N/A RFC 3551, Page 77 ... - 95 unassigned RFC 3551, Page 32 dynamic H263-1998 video 90000 H.263 video, second version (1998) RFC 3551, RFC 4629, RFC 2190 dynamic H263-2000 video ...
Dynamic Enterprise - Dynamic Communications Framework
... The Dynamic Enterprise is enabled by a Dynamic Communications Framework, a concept developed by Alcatel-Lucent, that interconnects networks, people, processes and knowledge ...

More definitions of "dynamic":

  • (noun): An efficient incentive.
    Example: "They hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches"
    Synonyms: moral force
  • (adj): Of or relating to dynamics.
  • (adj): Expressing action rather than a state of being; used of verbs (e.g. 'to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. 'running' in 'running water').
    Synonyms: active

Famous quotes containing the word dynamic:

    Magic is the envelopment and coercion of the objective world by the ego; it is a dynamic subjectivism. Religion is the coercion of the ego by gods and spirits who are objectively conceived beings in control of nature and man.
    Richard Chase (b. 1914)

    We Americans have the chance to become someday a nation in which all radical stocks and classes can exist in their own selfhoods, but meet on a basis of respect and equality and live together, socially, economically, and politically. We can become a dynamic equilibrium, a harmony of many different elements, in which the whole will be greater than all its parts and greater than any society the world has seen before. It can still happen.
    Shirley Chisholm (b. 1924)

    The nearer a conception comes towards finality, the nearer does the dynamic relation, out of which this concept has arisen, draw to a close. To know is to lose.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)