is a structural system
that supports other components of a physical construction.
Frame may also refer to:
Engineering & construction
- Framing (construction), a building term known as light frame construction
- Frame (vehicle), to which everything on an automobile is mounted
- Bicycle frame, the main component of a bicycle, onto which other components are fitted
- Timber framing, a method of building for creating framed structures of heavy timber
- A-frame, a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner
- Space frame, a method of construction using lightweight materials
- Framer, a carpenter who assembles major structural elements in constructing a building.
- Frame and panel, a method of woodworking
- Steam locomotive (chassis) section on engine frames
- Door frame or window frame, structures fixed to buildings, vehicles or other containers to which the hinges of doors or windows are attached and can be locked shut.
- Frame (beehive), a structural element that holds honeycomb
- Picture frame, a solid border around a picture or painting
- Eyeglass frames.
- Spinning frame
- Water frame
- Frame (dance), a connection between lead and follow in partner dancing
- climbing frame; a children's attraction in parks
- Framing (social sciences), terminology used in communication theory and sociology, where it relates to the contextual presentation of media content
- Frameup, to make an innocent party appear guilty of someone else's crime
- Frame tale, a narrative technique, for telling stories within a story
- Glossary of cue sports terms#Frame, for definition of terms "frames" in games: bowling and snooker
- FRAME (magazine), design magazine from the Netherlands
Science & mathematics
- FRAME:S, therapeutic model focused on certain problems of youth
- Frameshift mutation, when a single base-pair is added to a DNA string, causing incorrect transcription
- Frame of a vector space, a generalization of a basis to sets of linearly dependent vectors which also satisfy the frame condition
- Frame of reference, the set of coordinates in which a system is observed
- Sampling frame, a set of items or events possible to measure (statistics)
- Orthonormal frame, in Riemannian geometry
- Projective frame, in projective geometry
- Moving frame, in differential geometry
- Frames and locales, in order theory
- Frame bundle, in mathematics is a principal fiber bundle associated with any vector bundle.
- Basis (linear algebra), an ordered basis is also called a "frame"
Represention using structure as shown below
/* structure definition*/
int frsno; /* to store frame serial number*/
char frinfo; /* to store information*/
struct frame f1,f2;
/*structure declaration*/ Memory is created for the structuere variables f1 and f2;
and to sort frames use bubble sort algorithm
Arts & media