current cell

current cell

[‚kər·ənt ′sel]
(computer science)
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8220;In many cases, current cell tower operators power the communication electronics with diesel generators that are expensive and environmentally costly.
It does so by (a) assigning a value of zero to the source cells and a value of infinity to other cells as an initial accumulated travel cost; (b) marking all cells as unvisited; and (c) selecting one of the source cells and setting it as the current cell.
If you're traveling abroad and want to use your current cell phone, you'll need to pay exorbitant roaming charges.
The company said because they are human cells, they better recapitulate human biology and therefore are better predictors of drug candidate responses than current cell models.
The two current cell phone operators are South Arica's MTN and Syriatel, which is mostly owned by Syrian businessman Rami Makhlouf.
The book also offers a historical account of the study of animal embryology, a discussion of current cell and molecular-based regulatory mechanisms of developmental processes, comparative embryology of the chicken and mouse, and a summary of assisted reproductive technologies for production of domestic animals.
It allows users to choose a temporary number in the continental US and have that number forwarded to their current cell or home phone.
We hope the hydrogen-powered device can replace current cell phone recharge systems in 2012.
Holme House Prison in Stockton is to replace all its current cell windows with a new design containing vents.
Most current cell phones have the ability to send and receive text messages.
The program, slated to launch in early September with the Cellular Real Estate technology allows interested buyers, with texting capabilities (90% of the current cell phone market), to receive immediate information on a listed property.
The latter's family temporarily lost track of him in the Saudi prison system after he was transferred to his current cell in the southwest province Assir.