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tiling

[′tīl·iŋ]
(computer science)
Dividing an electronic display into two or more nonoverlapping areas that display the outputs of different programs being run concurrently on a computer.
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TILING TIP IF you're doing the tiling yourself, it's a good idea to buy tile adhesive the same colour as the grout - you can get all-in-one ready mixed products.
The tile was usually offloaded onto a hayrack and pulled alongside the tiling machine.
In a similar manner, a monogonal tiling is one in which each vertex star--i.
When tiling outside, the tiles and adhesive need to be weather resistant.
Exterior tiling must have a minimum 95% adhesion of the mortar to the back of the tile.
A picture of the Italian countryside is transformed into cubes, then hexagons that morph into a tiling that looks like a mischievous little boy.
They will help you deal with tricky areas, like tiling around light switches and sanitary fittings.
Affymetrix tiling arrays deliver an unbiased view of entire genomes, enabling scientists to look beyond the known protein-coding gene sequences and thoroughly study gene structure, function and regulation.
ESSENTIAL: Tile spacers are essential when you're tiling.