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":

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 ...
Global Sign - SSL Configuration Checker
... and receive actionable guidance on how to remediate any faulty or exploitable SSL configurations ... attacks that exploit faulty SSL configurations ... of any issues found in the website's SSL configuration and actionable remediation steps ...
Stabilizer (aircraft) - See Also - Specific Stabilizer/tail Configurations
... Cruciform tail Twin tail Twin-boom tail Canard configuration Three-surface configuration Tailless configuration ...
Motion Planning - Concepts
... planning problem is to produce a continuous motion that connects a start configuration S and a goal configuration G, while avoiding collision with known obstacles ... represented as a path in (possibly higher-dimensional) configuration space ...
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 ... (the workspace), C is a plane, and a configuration can be represented using two parameters (x, y) ... orthogonal group of 2D rotations), and a configuration can be represented using 3 parameters (x, y, θ) ...