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framework

[′frām‚wərk]
(engineering)
The load-carrying frame of a structure; may be of timber, steel, or concrete.
(geology)
In a sediment or sedimentary rock, the rigid arrangement created by particles that support one another at contact points.
A fixed calcareous structure impervious to waves, built by sedentary organisms (for example, sponges, corals, and bryozoans) in a high-energy environment.
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Framework

Composed of individual parts that are fitted and joined together as skeletal structures designed to produce a specific shape, or to provide temporary or permanent support.
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framework

An assemblage of structural elements or members fitted together to form a structure, as a multistory building, a rigid-frame shed, or a truss.
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framework

In object-oriented systems, a set of classes that embodies an abstract design for solutions to a number of related problems.
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framework

(1) See application framework and enterprise framework.

(2) (FrameWork) One of the first integrated software packages for PCs that included a programming language. It was developed by Ashton-Tate, later acquired by Borland.
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The Bank Resolution Framework puts in place effective procedures to ensure that in the extreme event of any problems occurring at banks, the damage to the entire financial system of the country is kept at the minimum.
While implementing this framework, FIs are expected to exercise sound judgment to determine the applicable provisions relevant to their technology risk profile.
Senior management of the FI(s) will monitor the implementation of this framework on an ongoing basis and the Board of Directors will review the implementation process on quarterly basis.
* The industries most reliant on security frameworks includes banking and finance, with 88% adopting at least one framework, information technology (87%), government (86%) and manufacturing (83%).
"Any framework will work as long as it is aligned with your organization.
The framework is generally regarded as a good first step, but some don't think it goes far enough.
The committee decided to make certain changes to the draft policy framework to make it more rational and transparent and decided that it will finalize the draft of the policy for its early presentation to the Cabinet.
The framework is also integrated with special wrappers for Telerik RadControls for AJAX and Silverlight to help developers save time and effort when writing functional tests, even for complex web applications built with the Telerik controls.
The Microsoft Research team wrote the .NET Micro Framework to address these concerns.
The scheme helped north west organisations claim almost pounds 60m from the previous "Framework 6" programme and aims to emulate its success in the forthcoming Framework 7.
We must develop a new framework. We must find the means to rebuild and reconnect the fragmented parts of the environment so they can once again function like a healthy system.
Willower, Eidell and Hoy (1967) had previously developed a conceptual framework that facilitated the quantification of somewhat similar typifications of the learning environment.

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