(electrical engineering) an electromagnetic force appearing in an inductive circuit in such a direction as to oppose any change of current in the circuit
- Back end
noun (Northern English, dialect) autumn adjective (of money, costs, etc) required or incurred after a project has been completed Contemporary Examples Greenwald was born into the back end of the Silent Generation, in 1943. Can This Film Save Afghanistan? Gail Sheehy October 9, 2009 “Here, hold this,” he barks, handing me the back end of […]
- Back end generator
back end generator tool (BEG) A code generator developed by H. Emmelmann et al at GMD, University Karlsruhe, Germany. Its input language is Back End Generator Language (BEGL). (ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/gmd/cocktail/beg). [“BEG – A Generator for Efficient Back Ends”, H. Emmelmann et al, SIGPLAN Notices 24(7):227-237 (Jul 1989)]. [“BEG – A Back End Generator – User Manual”, […]
- Back end generator language
back end generator language Back End Generator
Wrestling. a fall or throw onto the back.