See also: Unbound Application

CIMM DEFINITION: Applications that require extensive memory use and are therefore regulated by the computer processor. Bottlenecks can be ascertained and speed time can be theoretically improved.

2: An EBIF application that’s transmitted to the Set-Top Box  for execution along with the video programming. It is typically embedded as private data in the MPEG-2 video stream with signaling conforming to CableLabs’ EBIF standards. (Source: FourthWall Media)

3: Applications (OCAP and MHP usually) which are associated with a particular TV channel (service). When the viewer changes channel, the application bound to the previous channel is terminated.  (Source: Unisoft)