Fixed may refer to:
- Fixed (EP), EP by Nine Inch Nails
- Fixed (typeface), a collection of monospace bitmap fonts that is distributed with the X Window System
- Fixed, subjected to neutering
- Fixed point (mathematics), a point that is mapped to itself by the function
- Fixed line telephone, a landline
Other articles related to "fixed":
... Then f(x) satisfies all the assumptions of the theorem and must have fixed points ... line in red) which intersects the graph of the function (shaded in grey) is a fixed point, so in fact there is an infinity of fixed points in this particular case ... For example, x = 0.72 (dashed line in blue) is a fixed point since 0.72 ∈ ...
... A fixed link, fixed crossing, or bridge-tunnel is a persistent, unbroken road or rail connection across water that uses some combination of bridges, tunnels, and causeways and does not involve intermittent ... The Confederation Bridge was commonly referred to as "The Fixed Link" by residents of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island prior to its official naming ...
... With no fixed settlement, the Xiongnu had been limited in their acquisition of Chinese goods to what they could carry ... By building a fixed city the Uyghurs created a protected storage space for trade goods from China could hold a stable fixed court and receive traders and effectively cement their role as being central to Silk Road ... However the vulnerability that came with having a fixed city was to be the Uyghur's downfall ...
Famous quotes containing the word fixed:
“At first I intended to become a student of the Senate rules and I did learn much about them, but I soon found that the Senate had but one fixed rule, subject to exceptions of course, which was to the effect that the Senate would do anything it wanted to do whenever it wanted to do it.”
—Calvin Coolidge (18721933)
“It is the fixed that horrifies us, the fixed that assails us with the tremendous force of mindlessness. The fixed is a Mason jar, and we cant beat it open. ...The fixed is a world without fire--dead flint, dead tinder, and nowhere a spark. It is motion without direction, force without power, the aimless procession of caterpillars round the rim of a vase, and I hate it because at any moment I myself might step to that charmed and glistening thread.”
—Annie Dillard (b. 1945)
“The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. Since man is mortal, the only immortality possible for him is to leave something behind him that is immortal since it will always move. This is the artists way of scribbling Kilroy was here on the wall of the final and irrevocable oblivion through which he must someday pass.”
—William Faulkner (18971962)