direct allocation

direct allocation

[də¦rekt ‚al·ə‚kā·shən]
(computer science)
A system in which the storage locations and peripheral units to be assigned to use by a computer program are specified when the program is written, in contrast to dynamic allocation.
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With the HomeBuy Direct allocation at Bridgewater Park completed and funding due to finish soon, there is no time to waste to qualify for a HomeBuy Direct deal.
ASUU, when negotiating with the Federal Government in 1992, made direct allocation to libraries one of its demands.
The purchase was done by a direct allocation to exactEarth by Procurement Directive (Directive 2004/18 / EC) Article 31.
The methods for raising land values vary, and include usufruct and direct allocation in accordance with a recent ministerial decision to vary methods, according to the official.
The budget also would provide a direct allocation of $71 million to Oregon community colleges and public universities to help soften tuition increases.
He believes that the implementation of such a tool as the Ukraine State Development Bank will allow for the removal of officials from the direct allocation of financial resources.
The draft law would allow defendants to return the land they acquired below market price by direct allocation rather than public auction and in return the state drops charges against the investor, he explained.
At a seminar titled 'Brainstorming Session on Green India Mission' in the national capital, Ramesh said that the mission was different from the earlier programmes as it would rope in the village administration for its implementation with direct allocation of funds to them, instead of routing it through the forest departments concerned.
Although all cities and towns are eligible recipients of CDBG funds, local population levels determine whether a city or town receives a direct allocation from the federal government or from its state.
t] = new priority of team to be reallocated in T Variables matching allocation describing targets (blocks) of allocation i = symbol of target with first priority in D allocation j = symbol of target up for reallocation of D team in matching allocation k = symbol of target in direct allocation when T seeking highest free priority l = symbol of target in direct allocation below T highest free priority m = possible substitute slot (target) in T matching allocation o = target that may become free; to be T immediately filled in matching allocation Other auxiliary variables in allocation a = the longest round length in terms of teams, T D i.
This will be the first time such a direct allocation has been made in the council's capital budget and it demonstrates our commitment to ensuring our city's children have safe and stimulating play areas.
Calculation methodologies include use of RVUs, collections, work time, adjustments for payer mix and direct allocation of practice resources.

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