Splice

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On Wikipedia, splice may refer to Wikipedia:Cut and paste move repair holding pen.

Splice may refer to:

as connection of two or more pieces of linear material
  • Rope splicing, joining two pieces of rope or cable by weaving the strands of each into the other
  • Eye splice, a method of creating a permanent loop in the end of multi stranded rope by means of rope splicing.
  • V-splice, joining two pieces of wood by mating a deep V in one to a long extension of the other
  • Tape splice, the joining of audio tape
  • Film Splice, the joining of film stock
  • Electrical splice, the joining of wires in electrical wiring
  • Optical splice, the joining of optical fibers:
  • Pile Splice, connecting two concrete, timber or steel piles for a deep foundation
in genetics
in computer science
  • splice (system call), a system call used to transfer data on Linux
  • TCP splicing, postponement of the connection between the client and the server in computer networking
  • An operation between two Linked lists, as in the programming language C++
in mathematics
  • Splicing rule, a transformation of formal languages
  • Splicing, in mathematics is an operation for creating new knots from other knots (and links). The concept's name is inspired by and related to rope splicing.
in other meanings


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