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one of the sets of conductors (wires, pcb tracks or connections in an integrated circuit) connecting the various functional units in a computer. there are busses both within the CPU and connecting it to external memory and peripheral devices. the data bus, address bus and control signals, despite their names, really constitute a single bus since each is useless without the others.The width of the data bus, i.e. the number of parallel connectors, and its clock rate determine its data rate (the number of bytes per second which it can carry). this is one of the factors limiting a computer's performance. most current microprocessors have 32-bit busses both internally and externally. 100 or 133 megahertz bus clock rates are common. the bus clock is typically slower than the processor clock.Some processors have internal busses which are wider than their external busses (usually twice the width) since the width of the internal bus affects the speed of all operations and has less effect on the overall system cost than the width of the external bus.Various bus designs have been used in the PC, including ISA, EISA, Micro Channel, VL-bus and PCI. other peripheral busses are NuBus, TURBOchannel, VMEbus, multibus and STD bus.Some networks are implemented as a bus at the physical layer, e.g. Ethernet - a one-bit bus operating at 10 (or later 100) megabits per second.The term is almost certainly derived from the electrical engineering term "bus bar" - a substantial, rigid power supply conductor to which several connections are made. this was once written "'bus bar" as it was a contraction of "omnibus bar" - a connection bar "for all", by analogy with the passenger omnibus - a conveyance "for all".More on derivation.(2000-03-20)

Büssing was a German bus and truck manufacturer established by heinrich Büssing (1843-1929) at braunschweig in 1903. Büssing's first truck was a 2 ton payload machine powered by a 2-cylinder gasoline engine and featuring worm drive. that successful design was later built under licence by other companies in Germany, Austria, hungary and by Straker squire in England. before world war I Büssing started to build heavy-duty trucks for its time. these trucks featured with 4 and 6 cylinder engines. ( 5 tonne and 11 tonne respectively). In 1923 Büssing introduced the first rigid three axle chasis which used in upcoming models and allowed Büssing to lead the market share in germany in commercial vehicles.

Busing may refer to:The use of a bus as part of a public transportation system.The use of a school bus to take children to school.The assignment of students to specific schools in order to obtain racial balance: See desegregation busing.

Noun1. the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof) (synonym) kiss, osculation (hypernym) touch, touching (hyponym) smack, smooch (derivation) kiss, osculateVerb1. touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.; "The newly married couple kissed"; "She kissed her grandfather on the forehead when she entered the room" (synonym) kiss, osculate (hypernym) touch (hyponym) smack, peck (derivation) kiss, osculation

(p. pr. & vb. n.)

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can mean the output of a mixer or submixer, or a channel that feeds a tape track, digital recorder, signal processor, or power amp.

An electrical conductor that serves as a common connection for two or more electrical circuits.

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