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interface

 [in´ter-fās″]
1. in chemistry, the boundary between two systems or phases.
2. a connection between two computer subsystems, or the hardware required to exchange data through such a connection, or an area of computer storage that can be accessed by more than one system.

in·ter·face

(in'tĕr-fās),
1. A surface that forms a common boundary of two bodies.
2. The boundary between regions of different radiopacity, acoustic, or magnetic resonance properties; the projection of the interface between tissues of different such properties on an image.

interface

Informatics
1. The electronic connection where 2 parts of a system are joined–eg, software program meets a hardware component, or where hardware meets an input device.
2. Software that joins 2 different information systems. See Application program interface, Bidirectional interface, Command line interface, Fiber distributed data interface, GUI interface, Haptic interface, Messaging API interface, Parallel interface, Serial interface.

in·ter·face

(in'tĕr-fās)
1. A surface that forms a common boundary of two bodies.
2. The boundary between regions of different radiopacity, acoustic, or magnetic resonance properties; the projection of the interface between tissues of different such properties on an image.
3. The connection between discrete parts of a computer system.

interface

A surface forming a common barrier or boundary between two objects.

in·ter·face

(in'tĕr-fās)
1. Surface that forms a common boundary of two bodies.
2. Boundary between regions of different radiopacity, acoustic, or magnetic resonance properties.
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where [E'.sub.total] and [E.sub.total] are the total energies of the unrelaxed and relaxed interface systems, respectively, and N is the number of atoms in the system.
This can be owed to the fact that the 3rd interface is adjacent to the quantum well which contain a quasi-quantized energy levels, at which some of the on-resonance will converted to off-resonance states.
To perform effective testing for interoperability, developmental and operational testing should be performed across the interfaces and from end to end to ensure mission effectiveness.
Tilting Lever Interface. Figure 18 shows the prototype of the tilting lever interface.
Multimedia interfaces are the most popular; these support cameras, displays, audio codecs, microphones, speakers, and storage as well as FM radio, NFC, Bluetooth and GPS.
b) To examine interface requirements and mapping processes of ICT works and engineering works in the selected project.
The shear stress versus shear displacement curves of CGM-PUR mixed crushed stones interface under different normal loads are shown in Figure 5(b).
The interface mechanical parameters obtained by the macroscopic mechanical tests are the average results for characterizing the macroscopic performance of interface bonding capability.
To analyze the behavior of the solid-liquid interface, we tracked the location of the interface and the temperature change.
In order to understand interface problems in detail, the interface proposer also illustrates possible impacts of the project interface, the type of interface, and identifies the interface-related participants.
total mold weight up to 30 tons, programmable automatic lubrication, hydraulic system has built-in troubleshooting aids; Allen-Bradley operator interface with animated clamp sequence and position indication; fully programmable platen motions and clamp forces; mold sequence programming through machine control interface; pictorial alarm help screens; hotline modem service support.
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