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bump

1. any of the natural protuberances of the human skull, said by phrenologists to indicate underlying faculties and character
2. a rising current of air that gives an aircraft a severe upward jolt
3. Rowing the act of bumping
4. Cricket bump ball a ball that bounces into the air after being hit directly into the ground by the batsman

bump

Increment. E.g. C's ++ operator. It is used especially of counter variables, pointers and index dummies in "for", "while", and "do-while" loops.
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Then she took a big breath and bumped and bumped and bumped
Founded by Kiran Patel, a frequent commuter, Bumped.
Such statements include, without limitation, statements regarding the expected growth in the bumped wafer market, the anticipated performance of the WI-3000 and its potential influence on the further shrinking of wafer bumps.
August Technology's NSX Series and 3Di Series inspection systems, in combination with the YieldPilot data analysis software, provide bumped device manufacturers with critical process enhancing information through high-speed, automated, two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) inspection and powerful data analysis.
Bumped wafers are utilized in flip-chip packaging technologies to produce smaller, faster, and more complex integrated circuits.
Traditionally IC Interconnect has only bumped wafers, often routing customers to other subcontractors for additional operations.
The 3Di Series of inspection equipment from August Technology can be configured for 150mm - 300mm bumped wafers and can be operated in a 2D only, 3D only, or 2D/3D inspection modes for optimum efficiency on the bumping floor.
In the initial phase of volume production, ASE is setting a monthly capacity of 10,000 pieces of 200mm electroplated bumped wafers.
According to Dataquest, the number of bumped wafers is expected to grow by 288% over the next four years.