bridging

The process of extending link layer protocols across other networks. For example, MAC layer bridging between LANs is common and is simpler than routing but may be less efficient.
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Bridging

Small wood or metal members that are inserted in a diagonal position between the floor joists at midspan to act as both tension and compression members for the purpose of bracing the joists a spreading the action of loads.
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Bridging

solid pieces of timber generally at mid spans of floor joists to prevent twisting of timber
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Bridging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bridge
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Bridging

- Small wood or metal members that are inserted in a diagonal position between the floor joists or rafters at mid-span for the purpose of bracing the joists/rafters & spreading the load.
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Bridging

[networking] Network bridging is the action taken by network equipment to create an aggregate network from either two or more communication networks, or two or more network segments. Bridging is distinct from routing which allows the networks to communicate independently as separate networks. A network bridge is a network device that connec...
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Bridging

[programming] In computer science, bridging describes systems that map the runtime behaviour of different programming languages so they can share common resources. They are often used to allow `foreign` languages to operate a host platform`s native object libraries, translating data and state across the two sides of the bridge. Bridging con...
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Bridging

Bridg'ing noun (Architecture) The system of bracing used between floor or other timbers to distribute the weight. Bridging joist . Same as Binding joist .
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bridging

Ability of paint to span small gaps or cracks through its cohesion and elastic qualities.
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Bridging

Ability of paint to span small gaps or cracks through its cohesion and elastic qualities.
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bridging

Ability of paint to span small gaps or cracks through its cohesion and elastic qualities.
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bridging

Bracing installed between floor joists to stiffen floor and distribute live loads. Also called cross-bridging
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Bridging

Combining two channels of an amplifier to make one channel that's more powerful. One channel amplifies the positive portion of an audio signal and the other channel amplifies the negative portion, which are then combined at the output.
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Bridging

In architecture, bridging is the system of bracing used between floor or other timbers to distribute the weight.
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Bridging

In general, is a member connected to a joist to brace it from lateral movement. See Horizontal Bridging and Diagonal Bridging.
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Bridging

Small wood or metal members that are inserted in a diagonal position between the floor joists or raf
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bridging

Type: Term Pronunciation: brij′ing Definitions: 1. The existence or formation of a physical connection, normal or abnormal, between two structures.
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Bridging

  A method of reroofing with metric-sized shingles.
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