a person who operates a bus.
Stanford Stories Charles K. Field
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 159, July 14th, 1920 Various
Some Everyday Folk and Dawn Miles Franklin
Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser
bus master architecture The device in a computer which is driving the address bus and bus control signals at some point in time. In a simple architecture only the (single) CPU can be bus master but this means that all communications between (“slave”) I/O devices must involve the CPU. More sophisticated architectures allow other capable […]
bus network networking A network topology in which all nodes are connected to a single wire or set of wires (the bus). Bus networks typically use CSMA/CD techniques to determine which node should transmit data at any given time. Some networks are implemented as a bus, e.g. Ethernet – a one-bit bus operating at 10, […]
noun a covered structure at a bus stop providing protection against the weather for people waiting for a bus