interface definition

  • noun:
    • A surface developing a standard boundary between adjacent regions, systems, substances, or phases.
    • A point at which independent systems or diverse groups interact: "the interface between crime and politics where much of our reality is to be found” ( Jack Kroll).
    • Computer Science the idea of discussion or interaction between a pc and just about every other entity, such as a printer or human being operator.
    • Computer Science The design of a software's visual or textual settings with the method the applying reacts to individual activity: an interface whose icons were hard to keep in mind.
    • The point of interconnection between two entities.
    • A thin level or boundary between two different substances or two stages of an individual substance.
    • the idea of interconnection between two methods or subsystems.
    • the bond between a person and a machine.
    • The connection between elements of computer software.
    • In object-oriented programming, some signal defining a set of operations that other signal must implement.
    • a surface forming a standard boundary between two things, especially between two fluids.
    • hardware that links one unit with another (especially some type of computer).
    • That element of a pc program which manages the way in which a program interacts with a user; the way in which of inputting and outputting of information, while the way information is presented on a computer monitor; also known as graphical user interface.
    • A plane area considered the common boundary of two-bodies.
    • (computer system science) computer circuit consisting of the equipment and associated circuitry that links one product with another (especially a pc and a hard disk drive or any other peripherals)
    • (computer science) an application that controls a display the individual (usually on a pc monitor) and therefore permits the user to interact with the system
    • (biochemistry) a surface creating a typical boundary between two things (two objects or liquids or chemical phases)
    • the overlap in which two ideas or phenomena affect each other or have backlinks with each other
  • verb-transitive:
    • to participate by way of an interface.
    • To serve as an interface for.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To act as an interface or become interfaced.
    • To Have Interaction or coordinate efficiently: "Theatergoers were lured out of their seats and interfaced with the scenery” ( New York Occasions).
  • verb:
    • to construct an interface for, to get in touch through an interface
    • to be an interface, is into an interface

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