Design or execute (a computer or instruction) using the technique of pipelining
A long pipe, typically underground, for conveying oil, gas, etc., over long distances
A channel supplying goods or information
the biggest heroin pipeline in history
(in surfing) The hollow formed by the breaking of a large wave
A linear sequence of specialized modules used for pipelining
grapevine: gossip spread by spoken communication; "the news of their affair was spread by word of mouth"
a pipe used to transport liquids or gases; "a pipeline runs from the wells to the seaport"
Pipeline (Cormick Grimshaw) is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in Uncanny X-Men #235 (1988).
"Pipeline" is a surf rock tune by The Chantays which was recorded in 1963.
In software engineering, a pipeline consists of a chain of processing elements (processes, threads, coroutines, etc..), arranged so that the output of each element is the input of the next. Usually some amount of buffering is provided between consecutive elements. ...
Pipeline is a computer game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, originally published by Superior Software in 1989.
The Pipeline was one of the earliest American Internet service providers. It was founded in December 1993 in New York City by the science and technology writer James Gleick and computer programmer Uday Ivatury, who had met at the Manhattan Bridge Club and shared an interest in online bridge. ...
a conduit made of pipes used to convey water, gas or petroleum etc; a channel (either physical or logical) by which information is transmitted sequentially (that is, the first information in is the first information out); a system through which something is conducted; : The inside of a wave that ...
(Pipelines) This entry gives the lengths and types of pipelines for transporting products like natural gas, crude oil, or petroleum products.
(Pipelines) are tubular arrangement for the transmission of crude oil, refined products, and natural gas from the wellhead, refinery, and storage facility to the customer. Pipeline measures 14 to 42 inches in diameter, but is usually 20 to 36 inches. ...
(Pipelines) for arithmetic processing often are extended to two-dimensional structures in which input data comes from several other stages and output may be passed to more than one destination.
A series of processes all in a row, linked by pipes, where each passes its output stream to the next.
The backlog of unfilled orders, or of material ready to be or already being processed.
Prospects in the sales process usually at different phases of the sales cycle that will eventually turn into a closed sale. Length of the pipeline is the sales cycle time, which varies depending on business type, product price, market situation, and the effectiveness of the sales process. ...
A continuous pipe conduit, complete with such equipment as valves, compressor stations, communications systems, and meters for transporting natural and/or supplemental gas from one point to another, usually from a point in or beyond the producing field or processing plant to another pipeline or ...
A stainless steel or glass pipe used for transporting milk.
A schedule of movie projects in production.
The centre of the fairway, so named because an irrigation pipe often runs down it.
A term referring to the new issues that are scheduled to come to market with some sort of tentative timing. Many deals may have filed to come to market but not all, at any one time, may have a tentative date. This pipeline is also referred to as 'visible supply'.
All parts of a physical facility through which gas is transported, including pipe, valves, and other appendages attached to the pipe, compressor units, metering stations, regulator stations, delivery stations, holders, and fabricated assemblies.
means the facilities, including piping, compressors, pump stations, and storage tanks, used to transport crude oil and associated hydrocarbons between production facilities or from one or more production facilities to marine vessels.
systems are often installed to reduce labor and maintenance costs, as well as water losses to seepage, evaporation, spills, and noncrop vegetative consumption. ...
a large pipe or tube used to transport certain liquids over a long distance, especially liquid fuels such as hydrocarbons, natural gas etc.
The underwriting process that must be completed with the SEC before a security can be offering for sale to the public.
a pressurized conduit for the specific use of conveying fluid from one location to another.