A single datapoint that occurs at the intersection defined by selecting one member from each dimension in a multi-dimensional array. For example, if the dimensions are measures, time, product and geography, then the dimension members: Sales, January 1994, Candy Bars and United States specify a precise intersection along all dimensions that uniquely identifies a single data cell, which contains the value of candy bar sales in the United States for the month of January 1994.
Convection in the form of a single updraft, downdraft, or updraft/downdraft couplet, typically seen as a vertical dome or tower as in a cumulus or towering cumulus cloud. A typical thunderstorm consists of several cells
For the purpose of this class, a cell is the minimum combination of elements necessary to physically contain an entire liquid crystal layer given a stimulus or excitation. In a matrix addressed liquid crystal device, a single pixel is not a cell.
Cell has been defined 28 different ways in documents like SANS Glossary of Terms, 201â€”50.1(356,356A), Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Terminology, and 7 more.