A company of persons collected together in one place, and usually for some common purpose, esp. for deliberation and legislation, for worship, or for social entertainment.
Two or more components bolted together.
a design composed of elements folded from several sheets of paper which hold together in an integrated manner without the use of glue.
A collection of parts that has been given structure according to how the parts fit together. An assembly gives you the opportunity to view the assembled parts, cut sections through them, and make measurements based on the assembled parts. Assemblies are created using instances. An instance is like a snapshot of the part. Multiple instances of a part can be used in an assembly or a series of assemblies while only one actual part exists in the bin.
A collection of one or more files that are versioned and deployed as a unit. An assembly is the primary building block of a .NET Framework application. All managed types and resources are contained within an assembly and are marked either as accessible only within the assembly or as accessible from code in other assemblies. Assemblies also play a key role in security. The code access security system uses information about the assembly to determine the set of permissions that code in the assembly is granted. See also: private assembly, shared assembly.
A binary file in PE format that contains metadata and (optionally) CIL. This is the fundamental execution unit for the CLI
a combination of metadata and a portable executable
a completely self-describing package that contains all the metadata and MSIL of a program
The process of erecting an exhibit from its components. Also called Installation, Set Up.
The process of placing and soldering components to printed circuit boards (pcbs).
a convenient grouping of previously defined components and other assemblies
A film circuit to which discrete components have been attached. It might also shown the assembly of one or more film circuits which may include several discrete components.
In the chip making workd , the process of enclosing a device in a plastic or ceramic package.
The final stage of semiconductor manufacturing, where the active device is encased in a plastic, ceramic or metal package. Also referred to as "back-end" processing.
a package for final users
Our assembly capability ranges from simple mechanical to complex electronic and electro-mechanical products. Dedicated, flexible work cells are provided to incorporate assembly, inspection, test, and final packaging.
a collection of files that appears as a single dll or exe file
a collection of files that appear to the programmer to be a single dynamic link library (DLL) or executable (EXE)
an EXE or DLL file linked in the new Framework format
a single file which maycontain many namespaces and objects
The process of aligning overlapping sequence fragments into a contig. or series of contigs.
(See Shotgun Sequencing) Process where contig sequences are joined to yield large sections of completed sequence
Putting sequenced fragments of DNA into their correct order along the chromosome.
The process of placing fragments of DNA that have been sequenced into their correct position within the chromosome.
Is one of the most simple computer languages. It is compiled by an assembler.
The process of translating an assembly language program into machine code so it can be executed by the PC. This is done by an assembler (in our case, the Netwide Assembler, NASM). The file generated by this process is called an object file, and has the extension .OBJ.
a file that is automatically generated by the compiler upon successful compilation of every
Assembly language or simply assembly is a human-readable notation for the machine language that a specific computer architecture uses. Machine language, a pattern of bits encoding machine operations, is made readable by replacing the raw values with symbols called mnemonics.
ELCA term for the gathering of delegates for decision-making or legislative functions
The house of the California legislature consisting of 80 members, elected from districts apportioned on the basis of population.
A new Assembly commences after each general election. An Assembly ends upon its dissolution by the Lieutenant Governor, on the request of the Premier, or upon the expiry of the maximum time it is permitted to continue by law -- approximately five years. A general election follows.
A meeting of GSRs, Dams, Dams and committee members to discuss the affairs and biennially to elect a delegate and committee officers.
A collection of inanimate objects.
the name often used in schools for the collective act of worship, required by the 1988 Education 'Reform' Act to be 'mainly Christian'.
Collection and arrangement of the art or film negatives necessary for plate making.