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n. (plural of space English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: space)


Spaces may refer to:

  • Google Spaces (app), a cross-platform application for group messaging and sharing
  • Windows Live Spaces, the next generation of MSN Spaces
  • Spaces (album), a 1970 album by Larry Coryell
  • Spaces (Nils Frahm album), a 2013 album by Nils Frahm
  • Spaces (software), a virtual desktop manager implemented in Mac OS X Leopard
  • Spaces (social network), a Russian social network for mobile phones
  • Gaps, a solitaire card game
  • Spaces: The Architecture of Paul Rudolph, a 1983 documentary film
Spaces (software)

Spaces was a virtual desktop feature of Mac OS X, introduced in version 10.5 "Leopard". It was announced by Steve Jobs during the opening keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference on August 7, 2006. As of Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion", it has been incorporated into Mission Control.

Spaces (social network)

Spaces Best communityis a Russian social network service popular in Belarus, Russia, Armenia and Ukraine. It claims on its Facebook page that it is the largest network for mobile phones in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Alexa ranks it as the 345th most popular website in Russia as of January 2013; its daily page views have been constantly growing in the past two years. Usage statistics for the Opera Mini mobile web browser, which has a 57% market share in Russia, ranked Spaces as the 8th most popular website in Russia in September 2011.

Spaces (album)

Spaces is Larry Coryell´s third album as a leader. The album was released 1970 on the Vanguard label featuring John McLaughlin on guitar, Chick Corea on electric piano, Miroslav Vitous on bass and Billy Cobham on drums. The album was produced by Daniel Weiss and engineered by David Baker with assistance of Paul Berkowitz.

Spaces (Nils Frahm album)

Spaces is the seventh studio album by German musician Nils Frahm. It was released on 19 November 2013 on the Erased Tapes record label. It has been described by Nils as a "collage of field recordings", and includes music recorded over a 2-year period at different locations using a variety of methods including cassette and reel to reel tapes.

SPACES (Welspun Group)

SPACES Home & Beyond is a premium bed, bath and coordinates brand by Welspun Group. Targeted at the new-age elite Indians who are globe-trotters, the solutions offered by the brand are a perfect blend of contemporary and traditional designs—a true representation of an eclectic, global, yet very Indian persona. Welspun which has its major source of revenue coming from abroad, has placed SPACES for the premium customers domestically.

Besides its premium brand Spaces, Welspun also has the WelHome range for masses. The company has recently appointed actress Parineeti Chopra as brand ambassador. Welspun exports products to almost 50 countries and supplies to 14 global retailers such as Walmart, JCPenny, Target and Macy's.

Spaces (app)

Spaces is a proprietary cross-platform application for group discussions and messaging developed by Google. The app is intended as a content sharing platform where users can create a "space", invite their friends for discussion, and share videos, images, text, and other media. Google services such as the web browser Chrome, search engine Google Search, and video sharing platform YouTube are built into the app to allow users to source content from them. Launched on May 16, 2016, it is available to download on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS operating systems.

Usage examples of "spaces".

Foremost among these are the nineteenth-century mathematical insights of Georg Bernhard Riemann that firmly established the geometrical apparatus for describing curved spaces of arbitrary dimension.

Calabi-Yau spaces is intricate and subtle, we can get an idea of what they look like with a picture.

Calabi-Yau spaces that, when chosen for the curled-up dimensions required by string theory, give rise to string vibrations that are closely akin to the particles of the standard model.

Imagine, then, two Calabi-Yau spaces in which the number of holes in various dimensions differs, but in which the total number of holes is the same.

Dixon-Lerche-Vafa-Warner guess, Plesser and I pressed on to the linchpin question: Beyond the number of families of particles, do the two different Calabi-Yau spaces agree on the rest of their physical properties?

The individual spaces in a mirror pair of Calabi-Yau spaces are not literally mirror images of one another, in the sense of everyday usage.

By carefully examining a huge sample set of Calabi-Yau spaces that they had generated by computer, they found that almost all came in pairs differing precisely by the interchange of the number of even and odd holes.

Calabi-Yau spaces for purely mathematical reasons long before string theory was discovered.

They had worked out many of the detailed properties of these geometrical spaces without an inkling of a future physical application.

In essence, mirror symmetry proclaims that particular pairs of Calabi-Yau spaces, pairs that were previously thought to be completely unrelated, are now intimately connected by string theory.

By utilizing substantial contributions of the mathematicians Maxim Kontsevich, Yuri Manin, Gang Tian, Jun Li, and Alexander Givental, Yau and his collaborators Bong Lian and Kefeng Liu have finally found a rigorous mathematical proof of the formulas used to count spheres inside Calabi-Yau spaces, thereby solving problems that have puzzled mathematicians for hundreds of years.

Yau and Tian is of interest because it provides a way to produce new Calabi-Yau spaces from ones that are known.

Inspired by earlier work of Shi-Shyr Roan, a mathematician from Taiwan, he found a systematic mathematical procedure for producing pairs of Calabi-Yau spaces that are mirrors of one another.

In fact, though, the lower-dimensional drawings that we use to visualize the spaces make the transformation appear to be somewhat more complicated than it actually is.

The perfectly adapted coloring of the enclosed spaces was the coloring of her blond hair, her flawless complexion, her subdued suits.