reset mode


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reset mode

[′rē‚set ‚mōd]
(computer science)
The phase of operation of an analog computer during which the required initial conditions are entered into the system and the computing units are inoperative. Also known as initial condition mode.
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After serial transmission of data is over, the controller reset each pulse to zero and goes from display to reset mode and the process is restarted.
9 million of outstanding adjustable rate bonds and conversion from weekly reset mode to 364-day mode.
The LOC based ratings will become effective as follows: with respect to the series 2004A bonds, on July 2, 2008, upon the conversion of the bonds from the uninsured auction reset mode; with respect to the series 2006B bonds, on July 3, 2008 in connection with the cancellation of the Financial Guaranty Insurance Company insurance policy and Dexia Credit Local liquidity facility currently supporting the bonds; and with respect to the series 2007C bonds, on July 2, 2008 in connection with their conversion from the auction reset mode and the cancellation of the CIFG Assurance, North America insurance policy currently supporting the bonds.
The series 1991 and 1994 are currently structured in a weekly reset mode with Morgan Stanley as remarketing agent.
Following conversion to fixed or a reset mode, bonds will no longer be secured by the Investment Agreement.
The new remote reset feature allows the network manager to force the far end Canoga Perkins equipment into reset mode without being present at the remote end.
One application will focus on PCB inspection, using the company's DT3162 all-purpose variable-scan frame grabber in asynchronous reset mode and a progressive scan camera.