data break

data break

[′dad·ə ‚brāk]
(computer science)
A facility which permits input/output transfers to occur without disturbing program execution in a computer.
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Each packaging material has detailed data break up by packaging type, closure material, closure type, outer material, and outer type.
On a country by country basis, the data breaks down demand for content on networks such as History, FYI, Lifetime and Viceland.
Headquartered in Wyoming, Green House Data breaks ground this year on a new 35,000 square foot cloud and colocation facility in Cheyenne, with phase one slated for completion by the first quarter of 2014.
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The Welsh data breaks down the amount paid under the Single Farm Payment, the single subsidy which replaced a raft of payments from the beginning of last year.
First, the act of taking a snapshot of the ERP data breaks any direct link between the figures in the accounting system and the underlying transactions.
The analysis will thus build on the previously performed program analyzes that as there are no data breaks (the previously performed program analyzes are published on the website of the OFCOM).
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