Stacking

Stacking may refer to:

  • Stacking (chemistry)
  • Stacking (video game), a 2011 game from Double Fine involving matryoshka dolls
  • A gang signal made with the hands
  • Sport stacking, played using plastic cups
  • A film directed and produced by Martin Rosen
  • Stacking (television)
  • A type of ensemble learning method in machine learning
  • A technique used in reflection seismology for improving signal-to-noise ratio in seismic surveys
  • Amusement ride vehicles stopping and "piling up" due to the track ahead being occupied
  • Stacking is a technique in grappling used to break an opponent's guard.
  • Stacking is an image processing technique in photography to reduce noise or add special effects.

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Other articles related to "stacking":

Stacking - See Also
... All pages beginning with "Stacking" All pages with titles containing "Stacking" Stack (disambiguation) Block stacking problem, a puzzle in statics Shift-and-add ...
Stаcking Window Manager - History
... the first working commercial GUI used a stacking window manager ... only for dialogue windows removing the need for full stacking ... Mac OS was one of the earliest commercially successful examples of an GUI which used stacking windows ...
Comparison Of X Window Managers
... for window switching Tabbed windows Themeable 9wm C MIT Stacking No No No Yes No No aewm C MIT Stacking No No No Yes Yes No No awesome C, Lua GPL Dynamic Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Blackbox C++ MIT Stacking ...
Three-dimensional Integrated Circuit - 3DS
... stack) is a new IC packaging technology which uses the die stacking technique ... in order to cater to recently released CPU components, and the multiple die stacking technique has been suggested as a solution to this problem ... JEDEC disclosed the upcoming DRAM technology includes the "3DS" die stacking plan at "Server Memory Forum", November 1–2, 2011, Santa Clara, CA ...
Stacking-fault Energy - Stacking Faults and Stacking Fault Energy
... A stacking fault is an irregularity in the planar stacking sequence of atoms in a crystal – in FCC metals the normal stacking sequence is ABCABC etc ... but if a stacking fault is introduced it may change to ABCBA ...

Famous quotes containing the word stacking:

    The Universal Soul, as it is called, has an interest in the stacking of hay, the foddering of cattle, and the draining of peat-meadows.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)