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disk method

[′disk ‚meth·əd]
(mathematics)
A method of computing the volume of a solid of revolution, by integrating over the volumes of infinitesimal disk-shaped slices bounded by planes perpendicular to the axis of revolution.
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To ensure easy access, the BA-200 offers a choice of either magazine loading, for the quick integration of 35 or 55 pieces of media at a time, or an optional mail slot for single disk integration.
Pace has made a significant contribution to the integration and development of Sky+ hardware, including the hard disk integration, dual tuner, digital audio and modem solutions.