Fuse

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Fuse or fuze may refer to:

Devices[edit]

  • Fuse (electrical), a device used in electrical systems to protect against excessive current
  • Fuse (hydraulic), a device used in hydraulic systems to protect against sudden loss of fluid pressure
  • Fuse (explosives) or fuze, the part of the device that initiates function
  • Fuze, a device for exploding military munitions such as bombs, shells, and mines

Computing[edit]

  • Fuse ESB, an open source integration platform based on Apache ServiceMix
  • Field Upgradeable Systems Environment, a re-configurable lightweight operating system created to support development on Nallatech FPGA systems
  • Filesystem in Userspace, a Linux kernel module also available for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenSolaris and Mac OS X
  • Fuse (emulator), the Free Unix Spectrum Emulator
  • Fuse Internet Service, the Cincinnati Bell dial-up Internet service provider based in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

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