Search by property

Jump to: navigation, search

This page provides a simple browsing interface for finding entities described by a property and a named value. Other available search interfaces include the page property search, and the ask query builder.

Search by property

A list of all pages that have property "Definition" with value "a grouping of required functions into modules and sub-modules". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

Showing below up to 11 results starting with #1.

View (previous 20 | next 20) (20 | 50 | 100 | 250 | 500)


    

List of results

  • Standard military formation  + (a formation of aircraft flying under IFR in which each wingman aircraft will stay within 1 NM horizontally and 100 ft vertically of the lead aircraft.)
  • Non-standard formation  + (a formation that is operating outside the limits of a [[standard military formation]].)
  • Business Model  + (a framework for creating economic, social,
    a framework for creating economic, social, and/or other forms of value. The term' business model' is thus used for a broad range of informal and formal descriptions to represent core aspects of a business, including purpose, offerings, strategies, infrastructure, organizational structures, trading practices, and operational processes and policies.
    s, and operational processes and policies.)
  • Runway status light  + (a fully automatic advisory safety system w
    a fully automatic advisory safety system which provides direct alerts to both vehicles and pilots independently of the normal traffic control system operated by ATC. Its objective is to reduce both the number and severity of [[runway incursion]]s and thereby prevent runway collisions.
    ]]s and thereby prevent runway collisions.)
  • European Crisis Visualisation Interactive Tool for ATFCM  + (a functionality embedded in the [[NOP]] Portal, aiming to support management of crises and major disruptions in the European network)
  • Airport CDM Information Sharing Platform  + (a generic term used to describe the means at a [[CDM Airport]] of providing Information Sharing between the Airport CDM Partners.)
  • Duplicated secondary surveillance radar coverage  + (a given point in space for which the radar data used by an ATS unit for the surveillance function are derived from at least two independent SSR sources working simultaneously)
  • Collaborative Convective Forecast Product  + (a graphical representation of forecast convective occurrence verifying at 2-, 4 -, and 6-hours after issuance time.)
  • Low Level Wind Shear Alert System  + (a ground-based system for detecting the existence of [[wind shear]] close to an [[aerodrome]].)
  • Data set  + (a group of records in a fact table which l
    a group of records in a fact table which logically belong together. By including a data set dimension, performance data managers can load data for different versions, realities, assumptions or scenarios in the same table. Likewise, data sets can be used to distinguish between measured values (indicators) and targets.
    measured values (indicators) and targets.)
  • Air Traffic Management Operational Concept  + (a high-level description of the ATM servic
    a high-level description of the ATM services necessary to accommodate traffic at a given time horizon; a description of the anticipated level of performance required from, and the interaction between, the ATM services, as well as the objects they affect; and a description of the information to be provided to agents in the ATM system and how that information is to be used for operational purposes.
    on is to be used for operational purposes.)
  • Airspace Management Cell  + (a joint civil/military cell responsible for the day-to-day management and temporary allocation of national or sub-regional airspace under the jurisdiction of one or more ECAC state(s).)
  • Regulation cause  + (a keyword in the [[Slot Allocation Message
    a keyword in the [[Slot Allocation Message]]s (SAM) and [[Slot Revision Message]]s (SRM) in order to provide a description of delay caused to a flight by the most penalising regulation. It consists of a one letter reason code, a one letter location code (Departure, Enroute or Arrival) and the [[International Air Transport Association]] (IATA) delay code in two figure numerics.
    (IATA) delay code in two figure numerics.)
  • Wide-body aircraft  + (a large transport aircraft with internal cabin width sufficient for normal passenger seating to be divided into three axial groups by two aisles (in practice this means not less than 4.72 metres (15.6 feet).)
  • Operational Focus Area  + (a limited set of dependent operational and technical improvements related to an [[Operational sub-package]], comprising specific interrelated OIs designed to meet specific performance expectations of the ATM Performance Partnership.)
  • Domain  + (a logical grouping into areas relevant to business.)
  • Information product  + (a meaningful output comprising an implementation independent representation of required information for the achievement of goals an objectives.)
  • Acknowledgement message  + (a means whereby the [[IFPS]] indicates suc
    a means whereby the [[IFPS]] indicates successful processing of a submitted message against the environmental data held by Network Operations at the time of processing that message. Such a processing may only take into account the criteria specified by the relevant member states against which they require flight plan messages to be checked by the IFPS.
    t plan messages to be checked by the IFPS.)
  • Need  + (a measurable requirement that a service participant is actively seeking to satisfy.)
  • Predictability  + (a measure of delay variance against a perf
    a measure of delay variance against a performance dependability target. As the variance of expected delay increases, it becomes a very serious concern for airlines when developing and operating their schedules. Conceptually, predictability metrics should be a comparison of the actual flight time to the scheduled flight time, since the scheduled time includes the amount of expected delay at a targeted dependability performance.
    y at a targeted dependability performance.)