Definitions for "Burst"
To fly apart or in pieces; of break open; to yield to force or pressure, especially to a sudden and violent exertion of force, or to pressure from within; to explode; as, the boiler had burst; the buds will burst in spring.
To exert force or pressure by which something is made suddenly to give way; to break through obstacles or limitations; hence, to appear suddenly and unexpectedly or unaccountably, or to depart in such manner; -- usually with some qualifying adverb or preposition, as forth, out, away, into, upon, through, etc.
To break or rend by violence, as by an overcharge or by strain or pressure, esp. from within; to force open suddenly; as, to burst a cannon; to burst a blood vessel; to burst open the doors.
n. In data communication, a sequence of data counted as one unit in accordance with some specific criterion or measure.
In data communications, a sequence of signals counted as one unit in accordance with a specific criterion or measure.
a continuous transfer of data from the source network to the destination device without any interruptions, which contains numerous large data packets that are received consecutively into one of the chips of the destination device
Keywords:  rupture, discreet, afp, hernia, sheets
A rupture or hernia; a breach.
the magnitude of the applied pressure which causes escape of pressure media. Also known as rupture pressure.
To separate continuous form paper into individual sheets.
be in a state of movement or action; "The room abounded with screaming children"; "The garden bristled with toddlers"
a jagged balloon shape used to indicate yelling or screaming.
To send data (between components within a computer) in a large package all at once rather than in small bits over a longer time.
Better known as 'pipeline burst cache'. Burst means to send data in a large package all at one time rather than small bits over a longer time.
a discrete event in time characterized by a duration expressed in number of bits and an error distribution
Keywords:  pulse, radio, emmision, stoke, bristol
The set of high-frequency pulses at the beginning of each line of video. These pulses determine the phase of the color signal. (also what happens when an inflated balloon is touched with a sharp pin.)
tone] - A single, short tone sent at the beginning of a radio transmission to open squelch on a repeater or control other functions.
A short, concentrated advertising campaign. Most often, though not exclusively, applied to TV and radio.
Keywords:  hounds, fox, fast, hunt, get
Hounds get away quickly on the fox, or a fast part of a run.
Hounds get away quickly or when there is a short, fast run during a hunt.
rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms; "our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise"
Keywords:  quick, worst, sweep, enemy, amplitudes
The BURST signal (or Short Sweep on FP40 and the FP35) presents short bursts of sound at ten frequencies: 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, and 8000 Hz. (On the FP40 and FP35 200 and 700 Hz are used instead of 250 and 750 Hz.) This signal provides a quick way to determine the maximum output of the hearing aid with minimal discomfort to the patient. It can be used at lower amplitudes, as desired, but its big advantage is for testing maximum output. Since all the output of the aid is concentrated at one frequency at a time, testing with this signal gives you information on the worst-case performance of the hearing aid at each frequency, for any type of input signal. Noise reduction is automatically removed at 85 and 90 dB amplitudes since it is not necessary and makes the measurement take longer. Settling time is not used with BURST.
A type of high-damage attack that fires three quick shots at your currently targeted enemy.
The first part of a run out of cover, if quick, is called a sharp burst.
(color burst). Seven to nine cycles (NTSC) or ten cycles (PAL) of sub-carrier placed near the end of horizontal blanking to serve as the phase (color) reference for the modulated color sub-carrier. Burst serves as the reference for establishing the picture color.
Contiguous error groups usually caused by a large tangential physical defect. ISO burst limit for CD is less than seven successive frames, each containing two or more successive error bytes.
Keywords:  terrier, weapon, equipped
a weapon the Terrier is equipped with
A short segment of the color subcarrier in a composite signal, inserted to help the composite video decoder regenerate the color subcarrier.
Reference signal used in video as the benchmark for hues.
Continuous shooting ability with a digital camera; no wait time between shots.
a specific amount of data shot over lines from one point to another, not a constant stream
By holding down the shutter-release button of a camera, it allows several pictures snapped in a row. This can be used in sporting events or other situations where the subject may be moving extremely fast. Because the camera is taking multiple photos at high speed , it saves the data at high rate and the photos tend to be lower resolution. However, high-end cameras don't have this problem due to its ability to temporarily save the data in its memory, recalling it later.
a high-intensity shear event which creates a micro-low pressure zone
internal pressure at which a tube will yield - often tested hydrostatically
A period of two weeks for the placement of the Pisa campaign.
Keywords:  broke, pipe, ice, cause
cause to burst; "The ice broke the pipe"
Keywords:  'flap, see
See 'flap'.
a period during which a high proportion of packets are either lost or discarded due to late arrival
A large and diverse network of web publishers.
a defined time interval that varies depending on the mode used and/or as configured by a user
Keywords:  tear, variable, length, edges, cloth
A tear or variable length in the cloth; bursts normally occur near the edges.
Keywords:  hole, wall, effect, produce
To produce as an effect of bursting; as, to burst a hole through the wall.
Keywords:  series, events, occurring, group
A series of events occurring as a group.