crossover

Protein motif that describes the connection between strands in a parallel beta sheet. In principle, can be extended to the region between adjacent parallel alpha-helices.

crossover

the section of a drawworks drum grooved for angle control and in which the wire rope crosses over to start a new wrap. Also called an angle-control section.

Crossover

1) The device on a sound system that routes the sound of the correct pitch to the correct part of the loudspeaker. 2) The space behind the stage setting or below the stage through which actors can get from one side of the stage to the other out of view of the audience.

Crossover

A genetic operator that splices information from two or more parents to form a composite offspring that has genetic material from all parents.
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Crossover

A passage way behind the stage for actors and technicians to cross from one side of the stage to the other.
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Crossover

1) A route leading from one side of the stage to the other, out of the audiences view.
2) An electronic filter in a sound system that routes sound of the correct frequency to the correct part of the speaker system. Different speakers handle high frequencies (tweeters) and low frequencies (woofers). Sometimes known as a crossover network. An acti...
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Crossover

Type or art that continues from one page of a book or magazine across the gutter to the opposite page. Also called bridge, gutter bleed and gutter jump.
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Crossover

When a photograph, rule or piece of line art crosses over from one page of a bound job to the other.
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crossover

noun the appropriation of a new style (especially in popular music) by combining elements of different genres in order to appeal to a wider audience; `a jazz-classical crossover album`
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crossover

(kros┬┤o-vәr) the result of the reciprocal exchange of genetic material between chromosomes; see crossing over.
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Crossover

The frequency at which a signal is split in order to feed separate parts of a loudspeaker system. (Sound)
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Crossover

A component that divides an audio signal into two or more ranges by frequency, sending, for example, low frequencies to one output and high frequencies to another. An active crossover is powered and divides the line-level audio signal prior to amplification. A passive crossover uses no external power supply and may be used either at line level or, ...
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Crossover

Image that continues from one page of a publication across the gutter to the opposite page.
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crossover

Type: Term Pronunciation: kros′ō′ver Definitions: 1. Refers to the phenomenon of sound presented to one ear being perceived in the other ear by passing around the head by air conduction or through the head by bone conduction.
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Crossover

[figure skating] Crossovers are a basic stroking technique in figure skating for gaining impetus while skating along a curve or circle. They may be performed while skating either forwards or backwards. To perform forward crossovers in a counterclockwise direction, the skater begins with a stroke onto the left forward outside edge. The right...
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Crossover

[automobile] A crossover (or CUV: crossover utility vehicle) is a vehicle built on a car platform and combining, in highly variable degrees, features of a sport utility vehicle (SUV) with features from a passenger vehicle, especially those of a station wagon or hatchback. Using the unibody construction typical of passenger vehicles instead ...
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Crossover

[genetic algorithm] In genetic algorithms, crossover is a genetic operator used to vary the programming of a chromosome or chromosomes from one generation to the next. It is analogous to reproduction and biological crossover, upon which genetic algorithms are based. Cross over is a process of taking more than one parent solutions and produc...
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Crossover

[music] Crossover is a term applied to musical works or performers appearing on two or more of the record charts which track differing musical tastes, or genres. If the second chart combines genres, such as a `Hot 100` list, the work is not a crossover. In some contexts the term `crossover` can have negative connotations, implying the dilut...
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CrossOver

[software] CrossOver is a Microsoft Windows compatibility layer available for Linux distributions and for Mac OS X. This compatibility layer enables many Microsoft Windows-based applications to run in Linux or Mac OS X operating systems. The Linux version is called CrossOver Linux, and the Mac version is called CrossOver Mac. CrossOver Serv...
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Crossover

Sound: a unit which splits sound into different frequency ranges for sending to different types of loudspeaker (qv).
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crossover

A Transition from one turn to the next, when the CoM generally rises and crosses over the BoS (joints are extended as the skis go flat) frequently seen on the flatter sections of a GS course.
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Crossover

A circuit that divides the frequency spectrum into two or more parts. A crossover acts as a filter,
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Crossover

A ball thrown on the first shot that misses your pocket and hits either on the wrong pocket or even
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Crossover

Recording or artist that appeals primarily to one audience but becomes popular with another as well
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Crossover

A term used to describe the effect of ink from an image, rule or line art on one printed page, which carries over to another page of a bound work.
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