Interface vs Interposer - What's the difference?
As a noun interposer is
one who interposes.
The point of interconnection between entities.
(chemistry, physics) A thin layer or boundary between different substances or two phases of a single substance.
- Public relations firms often serve as the interface between a company and the press.
- If water and oil are mixed together, they tend to separate, and at equilibrium they are in different strata with an oil-water interface in between.
(computing) The point of interconnection between systems or subsystems.
- The surface of a lake is a water-air interface .
(computing) The connection between a user and a machine.
- The data is sent over the air interface to the remote system.
(computing, object-oriented) The connection between parts of software.
- The options are selected via the user interface .
(computing, object-oriented) In object-oriented programming, a piece of code defining a set of operations that other code must implement.
- This interface is implemented by several Java classes.
- The Audio and Video classes both implement the IPlayable interface .
* abstract interface
* generic interface
* marker interface
* network interface
* user interface
to construct an interface for, to connect through an interface
to be an interface, to be into an interface
One who interposes.
An electrical interface between one socket or connection and another, used to spread a connection to a wider pitch or to reroute it.