[pa-nof-skee] /pæˈnɒf ski/
Erwin, 1892–1968, U.S. art historian, born in Germany.
A family of pattern-directed string processing languages based on generalised Markov algorithms. PANON-1 is based on simple generalised Markov algorithms and PANON-2 on conditional functional generalised Markov algorithms. [“String Processing Languages and Generalized Markov Algorithms”, A. C. Forino, Proc IFIP Working Conf on Symb Manip Languages, pp.141-206, Amsterdam 1968].
[pan-uh-plee] /ˈpæn ə pli/ noun, plural panoplies. 1. a wide-ranging and impressive array or display: the dazzling panoply of the maharaja’s procession; the panoply of European history. 2. a complete suit of armor. 3. a protective covering. 4. full ceremonial attire or paraphernalia; special dress and equipment. /ˈpænəplɪ/ noun (pl) -plies 1. a complete or […]
[pan-op-tik] /pænˈɒp tɪk/ adjective 1. permitting the viewing of all parts or elements: a panoptic stain used in microscopy; a panoptic aerial photograph of an enemy missile base. 2. considering all parts or elements; all inclusive: a panoptic criticism of modern poetry. /pænˈɒptɪk/ adjective 1. taking in all parts, aspects, etc, in a single view; […]
[pan-op-ti-kon] /pænˈɒp tɪˌkɒn/ noun 1. a building, as a prison, hospital, library, or the like, so arranged that all parts of the interior are visible from a single point. n. 1768, a type of optical instrument or telescope, from Greek pan “all” (see pan-) + optikon, neuter of optikos “of or for sight” (see optic). […]