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cold start

[′kōld ′stärt]
(computer science)
To start running a computer program from the very beginning, without being able to continue the processing that was occurring previously when the system was interrupted.
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In its more ambitious formulations, Cold Start Doctrine is a 'limited war' concept under proactive strategy where India's conventional forces undertake aggressive and offensive armoured thrusts, in a compressed time frame, with infantry and air support.
The mixture formation and evaporation behavior have a direct influence on the cold start capability, the combustion process, and the raw emissions and are thus central issues for the whole engine process.
He said the deterrence stability in South Asia was confronted by multiple and grievous challenges, ranging from new limited war fighting concepts in the shape of Cold Start Doctrine to acquisition of destabilizing technology like ballistic missile defense system, nuclearisation of Indian Ocean and massive increase in India's conventional defense spending over $80 billion against Pakistan's little over $6bn.
After the overt nuclearization of South Asia in 1998, the entry of Tactical Nuclear Weapons (TNWs) and Nasr missile into Pakistan military's armoury and the evolving strategy on their use have been claimed as a major breakthrough to counter India's Cold Start Doctrine or Proactive Military Strategy.
Pielecha, "A method of reducing the exhaust emissions from DI diesel engines by the introduction of a fuel cut off system during cold start," SAE Paper 2001-01-3283, SAE International, 2001.
So as the temperature rises during a cold start, the filter charging will also increase with time during the warm-up period.
In this paper, we analyze the trust connections of the cold start users in the dataset from Massa and Avesani (2006b), a real life recommender system dataset, to examine "What are the characteristics of those users that cold start users actually trust?
These statistical data provide important information for quantification of cold start emissions as described in Section 3.
The team also brought home awards for most improved machine, best cold start, best design, draw bar pull award and best hybrid paper.
He said that the Cold Start Doctrine is not in the interest of the region.
THE UK is facing a new Big Freeze as it moves towards New Year's Eve and a bitterly cold start to 2010.
Since circumstances vary from facility to facility, the determination should be made after carefully evaluating the economic impacts of a shutdown, including kilowatt hours required to hold the furnaces at low power over an extended period of time versus the electrical, manpower and other costs associated with an extended cold start.