Trigger

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A trigger is a mechanism that actuates the firing of firearms.

Trigger may also refer to:

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  • Environmental trigger, a factor caused (or aided) by the environment
  • Trauma trigger, an event causing traumatic memories or feelings to resurface
  • TRIGGER, development of a pea starch film with trigger biodegradation properties for agricultural applications
  • Trigger, one event that makes a slope failure in landslides, in the causes of landslides
  • Trigger (particle physics), hardware or software based device for the (online-)selection of specific event classes from large datasets
  • ATLAS trigger system, in the ATLAS experiment
  • BATSE, an experiment on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. The trigger number is a running sequence of BATSE triggers found in catalogues 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, which include cosmic bursts, solar flares and other events.

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