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  2. Master link - Wikipedia

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    There are at least two styles of master link used to connect bicycle chain. In both cases the master link set consists of two outer plates, each of which resembles the outer plate of a chain. Straight chainline compatible[ edit] The oldest type of master link, available for decades, has two pins connected to the same plate. (Refer to Figure 1).

  3. Single-linkage clustering - Wikipedia

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    In statistics, single-linkage clusteringis one of several methods of hierarchical clustering. It is based on grouping clusters in bottom-up fashion (agglomerative clustering), at each step combining two clusters that contain the closest pair of elements not yet belonging to the same cluster as each other.

  4. Network topology - Wikipedia

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    Network topology is the topological [4] structure of a network and may be depicted physically or logically. It is an application of graph theory [3] wherein communicating devices are modeled as nodes and the connections between the devices are modeled as links or lines between the nodes. Physical topology is the placement of the various ...

  5. Linkage (mechanical) - Wikipedia

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    A simple open chain consists of n moving links connected end to end by j joints, with one end connected to a ground link. Thus, in this case N = j + 1 and the mobility of the chain is For a simple closed chain, n moving links are connected end-to-end by n +1 joints such that the two ends are connected to the ground link forming a loop.

  6. Rigid chain actuator - Wikipedia

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    A rigid chain actuator, known variously as a linear chain actuator, push-pull chain actuator, electric chain actuator or column-forming chain actuator, is a specialized mechanical linear actuator used in window operating, push-pull material handling and lift applications. The actuator is a chain and pinion device that forms an articulated ...

  7. Chain - Wikipedia

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    A chain is a serial assembly of connected pieces, called links, typically made of metal, with an overall character similar to that of a rope in that it is flexible and curved in compression but linear, rigid, and load-bearing in tension. A chain may consist of two or more links.

  8. Chain linking - Wikipedia

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    Chain linking is a statistical method, defined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development as: Joining together two indices that overlap in one period by rescaling one of them to make its value equal to that of the other in the same period, thus combining them into single time series.