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dynamic

1. of or concerned with energy or forces that produce motion, as opposed to static
2. of or concerned with dynamics
3. Music of, relating to, or indicating dynamics
4. Computing (of a memory) needing its contents refreshed periodically

dynamic

Said of a structure whose physical behavior characteristics are time-related, i.e., are nonstatic.

dynamic

Operations performed "on the fly," which are based on decisions made while the program is running rather than beforehand. The expression, "buffers are dynamically created," means that space is created when actually needed, not reserved ahead of time. The expression, "data are compressed onto the disk dynamically" means that the compression algorithms are being applied when the data are being written rather than before. Contrast with static. See runtime and dynamic programming language. See also Microsoft Dynamics.
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Ultimately, a CMDB that dynamically incorporates real-time information from an organization's relevant data sources allows organizations to quickly identify and remediate IT infrastructure problems and prevent or minimize the impact of outages.
Louis will update the ad content dynamically and provide ad viewing data that allows advertisers to understand exactly how the ad was viewed on a daily basis.
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Sanbolic's products integrate well with Microsoft's Windows Server technology and add important functionality for applications such as creating very large file serving environments and dynamically migrating Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 across physical hosts," said Dr.

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