Bu, plastikten yapılmış bir resim çerçevesi. - This is a picture frame made of plastic.
Bu tabloyu seviyor musun? Evet, ama çerçeve resimden daha pahalı sanırım. Onu nereden satın aldın? - Do you like this painting? Yes, but I think the frame is more expensive than the picture. Where did you buy it?
Ben program yaparken uygulama çatıları kullanmayı seviyorum, çünkü tekrarlamalı işlerde bana zaman kazandırırlar. - I like to use frameworks when I program because they save me time on repetitive tasks.
or frame structure Structure supported mainly by a skeleton, or frame, of wood, steel, or reinforced concrete rather than by load-bearing walls. Rigid frames have fixed joints that enable the frames to resist lateral forces; other frames require diagonal bracing or shear walls and diaphragms for lateral stability. Heavy timber framing was the most common type of construction in East Asia and northern Europe from prehistoric times to the mid 19th century. It was supplanted by the balloon frame and the platform frame (see light-frame construction). Steel's strength, when used in steel framing, made possible buildings with longer spans. Concrete frames impart greater rigidity and continuity; various advancements, such as the introduction of the shear wall and slipforming, have made concrete a serious competitor with steel in high-rise structures
A set of balls whose results are added together for scoring purposes. Usually two balls, but only one ball in the case of a strike, and three balls in the case of a strike or a spare in the last frame of a game
The frame of an object such as a building, chair, or window is the arrangement of wooden, metal, or plastic bars between which other material is fitted, and which give the object its strength and shape. He supplied housebuilders with modern timber frames We painted our table to match the window frame in the bedroom
The frame of a picture or mirror is the wood, metal, or plastic that is fitted around it, especially when it is displayed or hung on a wall. Estelle kept a photograph of her mother in a silver frame on the kitchen mantelpiece. a pair of picture frames
The basic unit of communication between two N_Ports Frames are composed of a starting delimiter (SOF), a header, the payload, the Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC), and an ending delimiter (EOF) The SOF and EOF contain the Special Character and are used to indicate where the frame begins and ends The 24-byte header contains information about the frame, including the S_ID, D_ID, routing information, the type of data contained in the payload, and sequence/exchange management information The payload contains the actual data to be transmitted, and may be 0-2112 bytes in length The CRC is a 4-byte field used for detecting bit errors in the received frame
The basic logical unit in which bit-oriented data is transmitted The frame consists of the data bits surrounded by a flag at each end that indicates the beginning and end of the frame A primary rate can be thought of as an endless sequence of frames
When referring to video, the information (or time) required, for one complete picture to be viewed In North America, there are several video frame rate standards: 30 frames per second (fps), 29 97 fps Film has a frame rate of 24 fps CD-Audio stores information in frames as well There are 75 frames per second on audio CDs However, the CD frames and video frames are not related [BACK]
one of a series of still transparent photographs on a strip of film used in making movies draw up the plans or basic details for; "frame a policy" formulate in a particular style or language; "I wouldn't put it that way"; "She cast her request in very polite language" enclose in or as if in a frame; "frame a picture" construct by fitting or uniting parts together enclose in a frame, as of a picture
A vehicle for the transmission of data over a link It can be described as a collection of bits, including the address, data, and control information, that is switched and transmitted over a link The size and composition of the frame varies according to the protocol used The terms packet and frame are often used interchangeably
The sequence of bits that form the unit of data transmission at the LAN data link layer or medium access control layer In Ethernet, a frame consists of the sequence of bits transmitted by a station from the "preamble" through the "frame check sequence" Also called "packet"
A frame is a rectangular cluster of Emacs windows When using X Windows, you can create more than one Emacs frame, each having its own X window, and then you can subdivide each frame into Emacs windows as you wish See section Frames and X Windows
A single screen-sized image that can be displayed in sequence with other slightly different images to create animated drawings A video frame consists of two interlaced fields of either 525 lines (NTSC) or 625 lines (PAL/SECAM), running at 30 frames per second (NTSC) or 25 frames per second (PAL/SECAM) Film runs at 24 frames per second
In asynchonous serial communications, a unit of transmission that is sometimes measured in elapsed time It begins with the start bit that precedes a character and ends with the last stop bit that follows the character In synchronous communications, a package of information transmitted as a single unit Every frame follows the same basic organization and contains control information, such as synchronizing characters, station address, and an error-checking value, as well as a variable amount of data See also datagram; encapsulation; packet
This term has many different uses but by far the most frequently used is in relation to Web pages where the Web page being viewed has a number of independent boxes or frames A common application of this is with a search engine where in the left hand frame you enter the information you want to be searched and the results of this search are presented back in the right hand frame
A segment of a digital signal that has a repetitive characteristic in that corresponding elements of successive frames represent the same things In a time-division multiplex system, a frame is a sequence of time slots, each containing a sample from one of the channels served by the multiplex system; the frame is repeated at the sampling rate, and each channel occupies the same sequence position in successive frames
If someone is in the frame for something such as a job or position, they are being considered for it. We need a win to keep us in the frame for the title. = in the running see also cold frame. drawing frame spinning frame Frame Janet Janet Paterson Frame Clutha frame structure light frame construction reference frame frame of reference space frame stocking frame water frame
Sometimes a window will be divided into multiple subdivisions called frames Each frame has its own scroll bar, and can be scrolled independently For example, Windows Explorer will have a list of folders in the left frame, with a list of that folder's folders/files in the right frame
A subsection of a Web page displayed independently of other portions of the page A frame may include a scroll bar that allows the user to scroll a frame of one page while another frame remains constant Simple Web pages contain one frame, which is also known as a main frame
Datalink layer "packet" that contains the header and trailer information required by the physical medium That is, network layer packets are encapsulated to become frames See also: datagram, encapsulation, packet
A term for the unit of data transferred on a LAN; it is something larger than a cell, i e depending on the type of LAN, hundreds or thousands of bytes long (any particular type of LAN will have a limit on the frame size, e g Ethernet's 1500 byte/octet limit) Roughly equivalent to the term packet, but "frame" is a LAN term whereas "packet" is a term used for higher level protocols such TCP/IP, IPX, and AppleTalk
An area of a Web browser window defined by a frames page A frame appears in a Web browser as one of a number of different areas in which pages can be displayed A frame may be scrollable and resizable, and may have a border You display a page in a frame by creating a hyperlink to the page and specifying the frame as part of the hyperlink See also frames page
The list of all the units in the population Before selecting the sample, the population must be divided into parts that are called sample units, or units These units must cover the whole of the population and they must not overlap, in the sense that every element in the population belongs to one and only one unit In tax compliance auditing we call the frame all sales invoices written over the audit period, or we could only include in the frame sales invoices which were claimed as exempt sales It is critical to define the frame before we sample The sample frame may not always include all the items in the population, as where items are missing or otherwise not available for selection Unless the difference between the frame and the population data are negligible, the sample results may not be sufficiently representative of the population
The frame is where seat, engine, wheels, etc are mounted on There are various kart manufacturers which will offer different frames Depending on who you ask, you will get different suggestions on which frame is the best Some people claim that European kart frames are better than American ones This topic is always good for a long and heated discussion among karting fans The frame is also called chassis A frame is designed to allow flexing during cornering, which is quite an important point You might want to read more about the flexing The constant flexing during cornering will eventually wear out a frame Because the frame has to work so hard, the younger the frame, the better Mileage may vary, but don't buy a frame which is older than 5 years, if you plan on being competitive Older ones are typically quite cheap and will do great to get some first experiences in To get an overview of just some of the many kart frame manufacturers, click here
A frame is a rectangular cluster of Emacs windows Emacs starts out with one frame, but you can create more You can subdivide each frame into Emacs windows (q v ) When you are using X windows, all the frames can be visible at the same time See section Frames and X Windows
In Netscape, a frame is a window on a Web page that can scroll independently from the rest of the screen This gives the Web author the ability to display multiple files simultaneously on the same Web page
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