Cage

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Cage may refer to:

Technology[edit]

  • Cage (enclosure), a structure made of mesh, bars or wires, used to confine, contain or protect something. Examples include:
    • Cage (BDSM), an enclosure used to confine a submissive in BDSM
    • Cage (bearing), a component of a rolling-element bearing
    • Batting cage, an enclosure for baseball players to practice batting
    • Bottle cage, a bicycle accessory used to affix a water bottle to a bike
    • Casino cage, the location where chips are exchanged to or from cash in a casino
    • Faraday cage, an enclosure formed by conducting material
    • Human rib cage, a part of the human skeleton within the thoracic area
    • Mine cage, similar to an elevator, used to transport miners and their equipment to/from the working face of a shaft mine
    • Reptile cage, a wooden or glass terrarium typically 12-48" long for housing lizards, snakes, and various domestic reptiles
    • Roll cage, a specially constructed frame built in or around the cab of a vehicle to protect the occupants from injury
    • Shark proof cage, used by scuba divers to examine sharks with better safety

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  • Cage (graph theory), a regular graph in graph theory with the fewest vertices for a given girth and degree
  • Iron cage, a concept introduced by Max Weber

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