Join

Join may refer to:

  • Join (law), to include additional counts or additional defendants on an indictment
  • In mathematics:
    • Join (mathematics), a least upper bound of set orders in lattice theory
    • Join (topology), an operation combining two topological spaces
    • Join (relational algebra), a type of binary operator
    • Join (sigma algebra), a refinement of sigma algebras
  • Join (SQL), a SQL and relational database operation
  • join (Unix), a Unix command
  • Join-calculus, a process calculus developed at INRIA for the design of distributed programming languages
  • Joins (concurrency library), a concurrent computing API from Microsoft Research
  • Join Network Studio of NENU, a non-profit organization of Northeast Normal University
  • Joins.com, the website for South Korean newspaper JoongAng Ilbo

Other articles related to "join":

Sort-merge Join
... The sort-merge join (also known as merge-join) is an example of a join algorithm and is used in the implementation of a relational database management system ... The basic problem of a join algorithm is to find, for each distinct value of the join attribute, the set of tuples in each relation which display that value ... The key idea of the Sort-merge algorithm is to first sort the relations by the join attribute, so that interleaved linear scans will encounter these sets at the same time ...
Join, Or Die - In Popular Culture
... band, Sons Of Liberty, used the picture for their 2007 CD / LP "Join Or Die" (Dim Records) The Latin translation of Join, or Die (Jungite aut Perite) is used as the official motto of the ... An image of the Join, Or Die snake was delivered as a threat to a victim in the NCIS episode "Dead Air" ... 'Join Or Die' is the name given to the special edition of the video game Assassin's Creed 3, it being set during the American Revolutionary War ...
Marcus Sarjeant - Background
... He was a member of the Scouts, becoming local patrol leader before leaving to join the Air Training Corps in 1978 ... After leaving school in May 1980 with seven CSE passes, Sarjeant applied to join the Royal Marines but could not accept the discipline and left after three months, claiming that officers bullied him ... He also tried to join the Army but stayed only for two days of an induction course ...
List Of OHA Junior A Standings - 1943–44
... Galt Canadians join the league ... Catharines Falcons join the league ... Port Colborne Recreationists join the league ...
Political Cult - Scholarly Studies - Psychological Dynamics of Cult Joiners
... Under Langone's deliberative model, people are said to join cults primarily because of how they view a particular group ... model", popular with some mental health professionals, individuals choose to join for fulfillment of subconscious psychological needs ... Finally, the "thought reform model" states that people do not join because of their own psychological needs, but because of the group's influence through forms of psychological manipulation ...

Famous quotes containing the word join:

    Our ability to fall in love requires enough comfort with our masculinity to join it with someone’s femininity and feel enhanced. . . . If our mother made us feel secure and proud in our masculinity, then we want to find that again in our wife. If we are really comfortable with our mother, we can even marry a woman who is a friend rather than an adversary, and form a true partnership.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    We become male automatically because of the Y chromosome and the little magic peanut, but if we are to become men we need the help of other men—we need our fathers to model for us and then to anoint us, we need our buddies to share the coming-of-age rituals with us and to let us join the team of men, and we need myths of heroes to inspire us and to show us the way.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    ‘Twas mercy brought me from my Pagan land,
    Taught my benighted soul to understand
    That there’s a God, that there’s a Saviour too:
    Once I redemption neither sought nor knew.
    Some view our sable race with scornful eye,
    “Their color is a diabolic die.”
    Remember, Christians, Negroes, black as Cain,
    May be refin’d, and join th’ angelic train.
    Phillis Wheatley (c. 1753–1784)