1. the state of being connected
2. a connecting shape
3. a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain
4. (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list
5. a channel for communication between groups
6. a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network
7. an interconnectin......

(from the article `automation`) The mechanical manipulator of an industrial robot is made up of a sequence of link and joint combinations. The links are the rigid members connecting ...
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(Said of compressors and dynamic processing units.) To combine the control input signals of two channels of a compressor (or dynamic processing unit) so that both channels always have the same gain and are triggered to change gain by either channel's signal.
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[n] - the means of connection between things linked in series 2. [n] - a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain 3. [n] - (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list 4. [n] - an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitt...

• (v. i.) To be connected. • (n.) Any one of the several elementary pieces of a mechanism, as the fixed frame, or a rod, wheel, mass of confined liquid, etc., by which relative motion of other parts is produced and constrained. • (n.) Any intermediate rod or piece for transmitting force or motion, especially a short connecting rod wi...

noun an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data

linkup noun a fastener that serves to join or connect; `the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction`

[geometry] In geometry, the link of a vertex of a 2-dimensional simplicial complex is a graph that encodes information about the local structure of the complex at the vertex. It is a graph-theoretic analog to a sphere centered at a point. == Example == ...

[graph theory] The term link in a graph theoretical context can mean: ...

[Indonesia] Link is an interbank network in Indonesia. It connects four state owned banks. The banks are Bank Mandiri, Bank Tabungan Negara, BNI 46, and Bank Rakyat Indonesia. This network is owned by State-owned Banks Association (HIMBARA). This network provides cash withdrawal and inquiry services in their network. ...

[knot theory] In mathematical knot theory, a link is a collection of knots which do not intersect, but which may be linked (or knotted) together. A knot can be described as a link with one component. Links and knots are studied in a branch of mathematics called knot theory. Implicit in this definition is that there is a trivial reference li...

[magazine] Link is a publication of The Greenville News and Gannett. It features local entertainment, news, photos, reviews and more. It is a free publication and is available at almost 1,200 locations in Anderson, Greenville, Pickens and Spartanburg counties of the Upstate South Carolina. ...

[Mars] Link is a rock outcrop on the surface of Aeolis Palus, between Peace Vallis and Aeolis Mons (`Mount Sharp`), in Gale crater on the planet Mars. The outcrop was encountered by the Curiosity rover on the way from Bradbury Landing to Glenelg Intrique on September 2, 2012 (the 27th sol of the mission), and was named after a significant r...

[Matrix character] Dr Sarfati`s original NPOV designation of `scientist` is being disputed (using the term loosely), resulting in several deletions of the honorific without citing of sources. Attempts to maintain neutrality have been met with admissions of bias by the detractors and continued deletion. This appears to be a case of bringing ...

[The Legend of Zelda] Link is depicted as a child, teenager, or adult of the Hylian race, originating from the fictional land of Hyrule. Link often travels through Hyrule, defeating creatures, evil forces, and the series` primary antagonist, Ganon, while attempting to save Princess Zelda and Hyrule. To defeat him, Link usually requires the ...

[UK] LINK is a shared interbank network of automated teller machines (ATMs) operating in the United Kingdom. The network counts 36 member institutions, of which many are various banks and building societies issuing LINK ATM cards, and the remainder are independent ATM operators who do not issue cards. The network connects 66,700 ATMs - virt...

[unit] The link (usually abbreviated as `l.`, `li.` or `lnk.`), also called a Gunter’s link, is a unit of length in the United States customary system of measurements. A link is exactly {Frac|33|50} of a survey foot, or exactly 7.92 survey inches. The unit is based on Gunter`s chain, a metal chain tool of 100 links that was formerly used ...

[Unix] The link utility is a Unix command line program that creates a hard link from an existing directory entry to a new directory entry. It does no more than call the link system function. It does not perform error checking before attempting to create the link. It returns an exit status that indicates whether the link was created (0 if su...

Link (lĭnk) noun [ Prob. corrupted from lint and this for lunt a torch, match, Dutch lont match; akin to German lunte , confer Middle High German lünden to burn. Confer Lunt , Linstock .] A torch made of tow and pitch, or the like. Shak.
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Link intransitive verb To be connected. « No one generation could link with the other.» Burke.
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Link noun [ Middle English linke , Anglo-Saxon hlence ; akin to Swedish länk ring of a chain, Danish lænke chain, Icelandic hlekkr ; confer German gelenk joint, link, ring of a chain, lenken to bend.] 1. A single ring or division of a chain....
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a connection between an outlet in one switching matrix and an inlet in the next
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