Definitions for "Padding"
The uniform impregnation of cloth with a mordant.
the impregnation of a substrate with a liquor or paste followed by squeezing—usually by passing the substrate through a nip—to leave a specific quantity of liquor or paste on the substrate.
The application of liquor by passing textile through a small bath and roller system.
gluing the end of a stack of paper. Some snap sets are carbonless paper with one end padded.
Glue applied to a group of sheets to form a note pad.
(1) Loose sheets stacked, with or without a backing material, to which adhesive is applied, usually with a brush, to the binding edge. The adhesive must be flexible and capable of allowing easy removal of a single sheet. (2) Corrugated material used as filler material in bulk cartons or individual mailing cartons. to top
The material with which anything is padded.
Material of inferior value, serving to extend a book, essay, etc.
Padding with the help of more or less compressible materials (sponge, horsehair)
This happens when a file that is being transferred ends in the middle of a block of data. The communications program must add blank data to fill up the block. Some term programs will "strip" this before saving the file to disk.
In data storage, the addition of one or more bits (usually zeros) to a block of data in order to fill it, to force the actual data bits into a certain position, or to prevent the data from duplicating a bit pattern that has an established meaning, such as an embedded command.
Extending the least significant bit of a binary word with one or more zeros. See also least significant bit
Keywords:  riser, adequate, feed, towels, casting
The process of adding metal to a cross section of a casting wall, usually extending from a riser, to ensure adequate feed to a localized area where a shrink would occur if the added metal were not present.
Usually rolled towels or blankets placed next to the child in the car safety seat to give support to the head and trunk. Some car safety seats come with attached, removable padding. Added padding should not be used under or behind the child
This is the amount of time added to a recording on top of the scheduled time. See End Padding
A compensating action to offset constant concussion when a straight front is subjected to overdrive from the rear; the front feet flip upward in a split-second delaying action to coordinate the stride of the forelegs with the longer stride from behind.
a gaiting fault in which the front feet flip up and outward to avoid clipping with the rear
A technique that brightens the color and gives depth to the finish.
A technique that brightens and builds color to give depth to the finish.
Keywords:  appended, bytes, align, stream, null
(n.) The process of inserting bytes into a data stream to maintain alignment of the protocol requests on natural boundaries. Padding increases ease of portability to some machine architectures.
Empty space that is appended to individual packets in a content stream to keep packet size constant. Windows Media Services supports variable packet length. However, Windows Media Encoder limits packets to a fixed length to ensure compatibility with earlier versions of Windows Media Services.
One or more bits appended to a message in order to ensure that it contains the required number of bits or bytes.
Keywords:  ccf, acf, fourier, overlap, pixels
an operation that puts the given image into a larger-sized array, surrounding it with pixels equal to the mean value of the pixels within the image. Padding is used to avoid self-overlap in the Fourier-based computation of the ACF of an image, or the CCF of two images.
Keywords:  underhang, see
See underhang.
Keywords:  tempted, jail, fraud, theft, punishable
Do not be tempted to “pad” your insurance claim. Taking money that you are not due from an insurance company is a crime. This type of theft and fraud is investigated by insurance companies and the Department of Financial Services, and is punishable by fines or jail.
Keywords:  border, css, paragraphs, space, content
Amount of space separating a text or graphic element from the top, bottom, and sides of the table cell in which it is placed.
CSS padding is the space between an element's border and the content within it. With CSS Padding you will be able to change the default padding that appears inside various HTML elements ( paragraphs, tables, etc ).
The white space between and element's border and the contents itself.
Keywords:  notepads, adheres, paper, types
Adheres to all paper types and is used for notepads.
Wood framing at jambs and header to which door track is mounted. Usually furnished by general contractor. See Jambs.
Keywords:  filler, see
see Filler.
Keywords:  meals, spend, workers, travel, outside
putting extra costs on an expense account that should not be there. An expense account is the money some workers (often workers who travel or managers) are allowed to spend when they do business outside the office. Common expenses include meals with customers and travel costs.  159
The act or process of making a pad or of inserting stuffing.
In cryptography, padding refers to a number of distinct practices.