Seam

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Seam may refer to:

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  • Seam (geology), a stratum of coal or mineral that is economically viable; a bed or a distinct layer of vein of rock in other layers of rock
  • Seam (metallurgy), a metalworking process the joins the ends of two sheet metal edges
  • Seam (sewing), the line where two or more layers of fabric are held together by stitches.
  • Seam (unit), various obsolete units of measurement
  • Can seamer, a machine used to seal a lid to a can body, such as in paint or food cans
  • JBoss Seam, a Java application framework by JBoss
  • Seam carving, an image resizing algorithm
  • Sun Enterprise Authentication Mechanism, or SEAM, an implementation of Kerberos protocol for the Solaris operating system

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