deferred addressing

deferred addressing

[di′fərd ə′dres·iŋ]
(computer science)
A type of indirect addressing in which the address part of an instruction specifies a location containing an address, the latter in turn specifies another location containing an address, and so forth, the number of iterations being controlled by a preset counter.
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User needs: NASA did not consider the information needs of key system users and deferred addressing the requirements of program managers, cost estimators, and the Congress.
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OM's president Per Larsson, taking a final swipe at the LSE board, said: 'We feel that by rejecting OM's offer, the LSE has simply deferred addressing the problems it faces.