A number of things bound together, as by a cord or envelope, into a mass or package convenient for handling or conveyance; a loose package; a roll; as, a bundle of straw or of paper; a bundle of old clothes.
to sell together as a single item at one inclusive price; -- usually done for related products which work or are used together.
A group of wires fastened or held together by an auxiliary means such as straps, ties, clamps or flexible wrappings (jackets) or sheaths. Also called "cable".
1. Standard sized package of roof shingles, approximately 20. 2. Stack of plywood held together with metal bands. 3. Two pieces of wallboard, face to face, with a piece of paper tape along each short end to unite them. 4. Group of any items bound together.
A general term for a collection of essentially parallel filaments or fibers.
a collection of attributes that contain imaging information for the rendering device
a collection of courses
a collection of scripts or Java classes which describe how to invoke a measurement tool, what metrics the measurement tool measures, and how to parse the measurement tool's output, providing the results to the PDC in a common format
In Mac OS X systems, a bundle is a directory in the file system that stores executable code and the software resources related to that code. The bundle directory, in essence, groups a set of resources in a discrete package.
A directory in the file system that stores executable code and the software resources related to that code. Applications, plug-ins, and frameworks are types of bundles. Except for frameworks, bundles are file packages, presented by the Finder as a single file.
a directory containing code and resources
a directory in the Mac OS X file system that stores executable code and software resources that is related to that code but is displayed in the Finder as one icon
Two or more screens that are functionally connected such that all screens in the set comprise a logical entity. For example, the "New Hire" function may contain several screens needed to collect the information for a new employee. The screen set has a Function Code, such as "HIRE", associated with it. It is also possible for a group of related data elements which may appear on only one screen to be designated as a functional bundle. For example, (1) a campus may want to offer "Change of Address" as a unique function. On the EDP1 screen (Employee Personal Data 1), a campus could highlight the appropriate fields a user should review when updating an employee's address. When the user specifies a Function Code which represents a screen set, navigation is limited to the screens within the screen set; the user cannot specify an entry/update Function Code outside of the screen set without first updating the EDB or canceling the update process.
A buffer that stores screen data sent by JPL's send command or sm_append_bundle_data. Panther can maintain up to ten bundles. Bundle data can be read by the receive command or sm_get_bundle_data.
a group of associated Bitstreams, where a Bitstream is an actual data file
a group of fields that share the same domain
gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk"
1. A bundle combines local and long-distance calling into one plan. In some cases, Internet and wireless phone service can be added. 2. A group of fiber or wires within a cable sharing a common color-code.
A group of optical fibers or electrical conductors, such as wires and coaxial cables, usually in a single jacket. Note: Multiple bundles of optical fibers or electrical conductors may be placed in the same cable. Learn more about Bundle...
see fiber bundle.
To tie or bind in a bundle or roll.
Tobacco leaves held together prior to processing with a tie leaf, string, or raffia. Also known as a hand.
Quantity (of reed) of Water reed approximately 24" (600 mm) or continental at 39" (1 m) in circumference at the tie, A more accurate measure of reed quantity is for example 7 to the fathom (7 bundles of reed measured the butt with a 6 foot rope)
A defined, limited and usually concentrated beam of radiation rays. The ray bundle represents the radiation available to an optical system for focusing on to a detector. Calibration The process of adjusting an instrument to read accurately. or in some cases, accurately constructing a table of errors so that the instrument reading can be adjusted off-line or post measurement to correlate the reading accurately to the true value.
a common JAR file usually including all necessary component files along with description of packed components
a Java ARchive (JAR) file containing "parts" that are needed to run the application, and a manifest file declaring the parts that should be available when the application is started
Pack of two quarter boxes.
According to the late Marc Edmund Jones, a tightly-packed planetary arrangement in which all ten planets are confined in a horoscope to the space of a trine (120°). The Bundle is descriptive of narrowness, uniqueness, specialization in the area of horoscope occupation.
a set of components chosen from a larger set that must meet certain technical constraints
a set of plug-ins that install on an Eclipse framework
a set of results which apply to the same set of financial symbols, or other form of data being queried
a small stack or pile of things
Refers to a stack or load of pavers, wrapped and strapped for shipment.
Paver clusters stacked vertically, bound with plastic wrap and/or strapping, and tagged for shipment to and installation at the site. Bundles of pavers are also called cubes of pavers. Concrete paver bundles supplied without pallets are strapped together for shipment then delivered and transported around the site with clamps attached to various wheeled equipment. Bundles can also refer to a portion of paving units or band of pavers for transport around the site with wheeled equipment such as a bundle buggy.
A group of cut veneer leaves generally containing 24 or 32 consecutive sheets.
Cut bundles of veneer generally containing 24 or 32 consecutive leaves in cutting sequence.
The simultaneous sale or purchase of one each of a series of consecutive futures contracts. Bundles provide a readily available, widely accepted method for executing multiple futures contracts with a single transaction.