The act of joining, or the state of being joined; union; combination; coalition; as, the junction of two armies or detachments; the junction of paths.
(1) The connection between two or more conductors. (2) The contact between two dissimilar metals or materials, as in a thermocouple.
the state of being joined together
the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
usually a railroad intersection, but sometimes used for any route crossing or intersection; occurring, but not frequent placename in Tennessee.
A location designated by the Timetable where two or more railroad lines converge.
A location where train routes converge and diverge.
a junction is a meeting of two highways. Normally, signage will show the approaching route shield and the abbreviation "JCT" on a banner above the route shield.
The plane in a semiconductor device where two layers that have opposing-polarity dopants physically meet. (see "kilo")
The outer edge of a passivation step that delineates the boundary between "P" and "N" type semiconductor material.
DIY, Electronics: The region separating two layers in a semiconductor material.
The interface between two semiconductor regions of differing dopant types. Usually refers to a p-n junction, at which the conductivity semiconductor changes from p-type to n-type.
The place or point of union, meeting, or junction; specifically, the place where two or more lines of railway meet or cross.
Point in a Maze where a passage branches or forks, i.e. where three passages meet. Can also mean a general point where three or more passages meet.
a link that attaches the supplied file to a point in this file system, making it look like part of the file system
a point in a circuit where three or more wires meet so that the current in the circuit may take different paths into or out of this point
a branch into the non-CDS part of the DCE namespace
a point in the DCE namespace that contains binding information that enables a client to connect to a service outside of CDS
A name in one namespace bound to a context in the next naming system.
In the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), a specialized entry in the DCE namespace that contains binding information to enable communications between different DCE services.
a single scalar value that can act like two or more values at once
a single value that is equivalent to multiple values
a superposition of data values pretending to be a single data value
The spot at which a branch diverges from the main line. It may consist of a single turnout for single track or may consist of several turnouts and diamond crossings for double (or multiple) tracks.
An HTTP or HTTPS connection between a front-end WebSEAL server and a back-end Web application server. Junctions logically combine the Web space of the back-end server with the Web space of the WebSEAL server, resulting in a unified view of the entire Web object space. A junction allows WebSEAL to provide protective services on behalf of the back-end server. WebSEAL performs authentication and authorization checks on all requests for resources before passing those requests across a junction to the back-end server. Junctions also allow a variety of single sign-on solutions between a client and the junctioned back-end application.
a logical connection created to establish a path from the WebSEAL server to another server
A logical connection that is created to establish a path from one server to another.