Frame


Frame

A frame is a structural system that supports other components of a physical construction.

Frame may also refer to:

Engineering & construction

* Framing (construction), a building term known as light frame construction
* Frame (vehicle), to which everything on an automobile is mounted
* Bicycle frame, the main component of a bicycle, onto which other components are fitted
* Timber framing, a method of building for creating framed structures of heavy timber
* A-frame, a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner
** A-Frame house, a house following the same principle
* Space frame, a method of construction using lightweight materials
* Framer, a carpenter who assembles major structural elements in constructing a building.
* Frame and panel, a method of woodworking
* Steam locomotive (chassis) section on engine frames
* Door frame or window frame, structures fixed to buildings, vehicles or other containers to which the hinges of doors or windows are attached and can be locked shut.

General

* Frame (beehive), a structural element that holds honeycomb
* Picture frame, a solid border around a picture or painting
* Eyeglass frames.
* Spinning frame
* Water frame
* Frame (dance), a connection between lead and follow in partner dancing
* climbing frame; a children's attraction in parks
* Framing (social sciences), terminology used in communication theory and sociology, where it relates to the contextual presentation of media content
* Frameup, to make an innocent party appear guilty of someone else's crime
* Frame tale, a narrative technique, for telling stories within a story
* Glossary of cue sports terms#Frame, for definition of terms "frames" in games: bowling and snooker
* FRAME (magazine), design magazine from the Netherlands

Science & mathematics

* FRAME:S, therapeutic model focused on certain problems of youth
* Frameshift mutation, when a single base-pair is added to a DNA string, causing incorrect transcription
* Frame of a vector space, a generalization of a basis to sets of linearly dependent vectors which also satisfy the "frame condition"
* Frame of reference, the set of coordinates in which a system is observed
* Sampling frame, a set of items or events possible to measure (statistics)
* Orthonormal frame, in Riemannian geometry
* Projective frame, in projective geometry
* Moving frame, in differential geometry
* Frames and locales, in order theory
* Frame bundle, in mathematics is a principal fiber bundle associated with any vector bundle.
* Basis (linear algebra), an ordered basis is also called a "frame"

Computer science

* Frame (telecommunications), a data-link layer Protocol data unit,that containse frame serial number and frame information.Represention using structure as shown below

/* structure definition*/

struct frame{ int frsno; /* to store frame serial number*/ char frinfo; /* to store information*/}; struct frame f1,f2;

/*structure declaration*/ Memory is created for the structuere variables f1 and f2;

and to sort frames use bubble sort algorithm

* Stack frame, a part of a call stack
* Frame synchronization, receiving a stream of framed data. This is sometimes referred to as "framing".
* Framework, software
* a data structure in frame languages
* the frame problem in artificial intelligence
* Framing (World Wide Web), a method of displaying multiple HTML documents on one page
** HTML frame, the frame element in HTML
* Frame Technology (software engineering), a models-to-code system based on adaptable frames
* Frame Technology, a desktop publishing software company
* Frame (Artificial intelligence), in the field of Artificial Intelligence, frames are machine-usable formalizations of concepts or schemata that can be used for knowledge representation.

Arts & media

* Film frame, one of the many single photographic images in a motion picture
* Reframing (film technique), in film and programming
* E-frame, in the animated science fiction series "Exosquad"
* The Frames, an Irish rock band.
* Frames (album), the third album by English rock band Oceansize

People

* Fred Frame
* Janet Frame
* John Frame
* John Frame (cricketer)
* Linley Frame
* Pete Frame
* Roddy Frame
* Tom Frame


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  • Frame — Frame, n. 1. Anything composed of parts fitted and united together; a fabric; a structure; esp., the constructional system, whether of timber or metal, that gives to a building, vessel, etc., its model and strength; the skeleton of a structure.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Frame — ist in der Hauptbedeutung ein vom englischen Wort frame (dt.: Rahmen, Gestell) stammendes Fremdwort, das in verschiedenen Zusammenhängen verwendet wird: als Abstraktum: den sichtbaren Bildausschnitt eines Films Einzelbilder in Filmen, Animationen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • frame — [frām] vt. framed, framing [ME framen < frame, a structure, frame, prob. < ON frami, profit, benefit, akin to frama, to further < fram, forward (akin to OE fram, FROM); some senses < OE framian, to be helpful: see FURNISH] 1. to shape …   English World dictionary

  • Frame — Frame, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Framed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Framing}.] [OE. framen, fremen, to execute, build, AS. fremman to further, perform, effect, fr. fram strong, valiant; akin to E. foremost, and prob. to AS. fram from, Icel. fremja, frama, to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Frame — is generally accepted as being of Scottish origin although this is by no means certain. It is believed to derive from the Olde English pre 7th century word fram a term for a lusty and vigorous man! Today Frame is fairly prevalent on the western… …   Surnames reference

  • frame — ► NOUN 1) a rigid structure surrounding a picture, door, etc. 2) (frames) a metal or plastic structure holding the lenses of a pair of glasses. 3) the rigid supporting structure of a vehicle, piece of furniture, or other object. 4) a person s… …   English terms dictionary

  • frame — vt framed, fram·ing 1: to formulate the contents of and draw up (as a document) in the two hundred years since our Constitution was framed W. J. Brennan, Jr. 2: to contrive the evidence against (as an innocent person) so that a verdict of guilty… …   Law dictionary

  • frame — frame, framing, frame analysis In Frame Analysis (1974), Erving Goffman defines a ‘frame’ as ‘definitions of the situation [that] are built up in accordance with the principles of organization which govern events at least social ones and our… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Frame — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Se denomina frame en inglés, a un fotograma o cuadro, una imagen particular dentro de una sucesión de imágenes que componen una animación. La continua sucesión de estos fotogramas producen a la vista la sensación de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Frame — Frame, v. i. 1. To shape; to arrange, as the organs of speech. [Obs.] Judg. xii. 6. [1913 Webster] 2. To proceed; to go. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The bauty of this sinful dame Made many princes thither frame. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • frame-up — frame ups N COUNT A frame up is a situation where someone pretends that an innocent person has committed a crime by deliberately lying or inventing evidence. [INFORMAL] He was innocent and the victim of a frame up …   English dictionary