Bundle or Bundling may refer to:
- Product bundling, a marketing strategy that involves offering several products for sale as one combined product
- Bundling (fundraising), when donations from many individuals are collected by one person and presented to the recipient
- Bundling (public choice), a similar concept to product bundling that occurs in electoral republics
- Bundle (mathematics), a generalization of a fiber bundle dropping the condition of a local product structure
- Fiber bundle, a topology space that looks locally like a product space
- Bundle of His, a collection of heart muscle cells specialized for electrical conduction
- Bundle of Kent, an extra conduction pathway between the atria and ventricles in the heart
- Bundle (NEXTSTEP), a type of directory in NEXTSTEP and Mac OS X
- Bundle (software distribution), a package containing a software and everything it needs to operate
- Bundle adjustment, a photogrammetry/computer vision technique
- Bundle conductor (power engineering)
- Bundle of rights (property law)
- Bundle theory (philosophy)
- Bundled payment, a method for reimbursing health care providers
- Bundles (album), a 1975 album by Soft Machine, including a song of the same title
- Bundling (packaging), the process of using straps to bundle up items
- Bundling (tradition), the traditional practice of wrapping one person in a bed accompanied by his/her courter
- Optical fiber bundle, a cable consisting of a collection of fiber optics
- Eileen "Bundle" Brent, an Agatha Christie character
Other articles related to "bundle":
... SIMBL (short for SIMple Bundle Loader, formerly Smart InputManager Bundle Loader, and pronounced like symbol or cymbal), is an application enhancement (Inp ...
... an -dimensional oriented closed manifold, a map which is of degree one (that means, and a bundle map from the stable tangent bundle of to some bundle over ... bordism between them (that means a bordism of the sources covered by suitable bundle data) ...
... (剛柔法, Gāng róu fǎ) training process involves the practitioner performing blows at a bundle of spoiled paper repeatedly ... Initially, a bundle of paper about 66 cm long is placed above a large wooden table with fixed outer boards and removable inner boards ... The practitioner strikes the bundle of paper with his right hand while holding a cord with his left ...
... generalization of the concept of vector bundle, introduced by the American mathematician John Milnor in 1964 ... It allows the creation of bundle-like objects in situations where they would not ordinarily be thought to exist ... For example, the tangent bundle is defined for a smooth manifold but not a topological manifold ...
... In mathematics, a stable vector bundle is a vector bundle that is stable in the sense of geometric invariant theory ...
Famous quotes containing the word bundle:
“We styled ourselves the Knights of the Umbrella and the Bundle; for, wherever we went ... the umbrella and the bundle went with us; for we wished to be ready to digress at any moment. We made it our home nowhere in particular, but everywhere where our umbrella and bundle were.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“There is Lowell, whos striving Parnassus to climb
With a whole bale of isms tied together with rhyme,
He might get on alone, spite of brambles and boulders,
But he cant with that bundle he has on his shoulders,
The top of the hill he will neer come nigh reaching
Till he learns the distinction twixt singing and preaching;”
—James Russell Lowell (18191891)
“In the quilts I had found good objectshospitable, warm, with soft edges yet resistant, with boundaries yet suggesting a continuous safe expanse, a field that could be bundled, a bundle that could be unfurled, portable equipment, light, washable, long-lasting, colorful, versatile, functional and ornamental, private and universal, mine and thine.”
—Radka Donnell-Vogt, U.S. quiltmaker. As quoted in Lives and Works, by Lynn F. Miller and Sally S. Swenson (1981)