submodule

submodule

[′səb‚mä·jəl]
(mathematics)
A subset N of a module M over a ring R such that, if x and y are in N and a is in R, then x + y and ax are in N, so that N is also a module over R.
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SAP is fully equipped to deal with this requirement through its "profit center accounting" submodule, which seamlessly integrates with financial accounting.
the RTL schematic has an addition of Counter submodule which is used to keep track on the number of cycles that has passed.
Analogous to the equity risk submodule, the capital requirement for property risk, [Mkt.
Architectures and control of submodule integrated DC-DC converters for photovoltaic applications," IEEE Trans.
The QOCA software provides a submodule called "mload" to calculate site displacements caused by atmospheric pressure, non-tidal ocean, snow depth and soil moisture loading.
Architec-tures and Control of Submodule Integrated DC-DC Converters for Photovoltaic Applications.
To complete the physical activity module, return to duty is addressed through 6 submodules of evaluation and training, with each submodule systematically assessing patients' capabilities, both physically and mentally.
Each inference submodule took the characteristic numbers of control charts' abnormity pattern as input.
A submodule, shown in Figure 2, consists of two IGBTs connected in a half-bridge topology with a capacitor across the devices to be used as an energy storage and supply device.
The content for each submodule follows a similar format, consisting of objectives, instructional content, testimonial videos, and a "survival guide" for students, preceptor, and faculty at the end of each submodule (Figure 1).
The reported mechanism acts as a submodule of IaaS layer of the cloud.
The results of the learning process consist of a number of CSV files equal to the number of different postures learnt by that submodule.