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/ˈfrāmˌwərk/,
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frameworks, plural;
  1. An essential supporting structure of a building, vehicle, or object
    • - a conservatory in a delicate framework of iron
  2. A basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text
    • - the theoretical framework of political sociology

  1. model: a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process; "the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems"
  2. the underlying structure; "providing a factual framework for future research"; "it is part of the fabric of society"
  3. a structure supporting or containing something
  4. Framework, launched in 1984, was the first office suite to run on the PC 8086 with DOS operating system. ...
  5. In computer programming, a software framework is an abstraction in which common code providing generic functionality can be selectively overridden or specialized by user code providing specific functionality. ...
  6. The Framework is a new-wave inspired indie-rock band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in late 2006. In January 2007, the band's song "She Thinks I'm Famous" was a finalist in the Radiostar Songwriting Contest sponsored by Mix 99.9. ...
  7. The arrangement of support beams that represent a building's general shape and size; The larger branches of a tree that determine its shape; A basic conceptual structure; The identification and categorisation of processes or steps that constitute a complex task or mindset in order to render ...
  8. (1) Frameworks) Dataflow frameworks provide the highest performance and simplest method for expressing record-processing applications so that they are able to achieve high scalability and total throughput. ...
  9. (Frameworks) In the context of auPSI, legal frameworks govern how PSI can be managed and shared in accordance with contractual obligations, copyright and any other rights granted or restrictions imposed by law.
  10. (Frameworks) These documents outline the broad goals and standards of an entire system of education, while giving the local school district the freedom to develop a specific program to address the frameworks.
  11. (Frameworks) are the general outline of an act that clowns use to help them build out an act. Frameworks can be loose, including only a general beginning and ending to the act, leaving it up to the clown's creativity to fill in the rest, or at the other extreme a fully developed script that ...
  12. A metal skeleton of a removable partial denture to support the false teeth and the plastic attachments.
  13. A micro-architecture that provides an extensible template for applications within a specific domain.
  14. The basic structure supporting the installed fabric and gates, namely the posts, top rails, braces and bottom rail (when specified).
  15. A protocol used by several different types of object co-operating to implement a particular function. An individual class or instance object has a public interface which describes the way you communicate with that object. ...
  16. (cadre)–A formal statement that provides context and broad guidance with respect to policy themes or clusters. ...
  17. A set of software (compile/run-time elements, libraries, tools, services), documentation, policies, procedures, that supports the implementation of technology specific higher level software elements.
  18. (Sometimes Agreed Framework) Annexes of General Council decision of 1 August 2004 outlining key points of modalities in agriculture and non-agricultural market access.
  19. A guide developed for Key Stage 2 and 3 outlining how and when subjects should be taught.
  20. the NSDI framework is an initiative to develop a readily available set of basic geographic data. It includes the information, operational environment, and technology to provide access to these data, and the institutional setting to sustain its development.
  21. A common user environment for cooperative use of tools to support a type of user. The environment is built from a collection of software program facilities and a set of extensible services. ...
  22. A description of the components (i.e., building blocks) that can be combined or used in various ways to create a 'system' (e.g., building, automobile, computer, CKMS). [800-130] (see also computer, system)
  23. Shortening of National Qualifications Framework.
  24. Generic term to describe software that is built to simplify things. For example: RoR , or Ruby on Rails, a development framework designed to help creating applications on the web easier.
  25. A framework such as RapidSMS can be described as the building blocks of an application or an abstraction of a code. Frameworks have a generic behavior and developers can selectively override or add new elements to that foundation code to customize it for a particular use. ...