immediate data

immediate data

[i′mēd·ē·ət ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that appears in an instruction exactly as it is to be processed.
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The buses will be equipped with GPS to provide immediate data about a bus' speed, location, route and trip duration, in addition to front cameras to monitor the road's condition, automatic fire suppression systems, and comfortable, well-installed chairs that are made of non-flammable material and contain safety belts.
No immediate data are available on how many of them received the second and the final dose.
We worked with various Guard resources to provide power and immediate data link access," Pabon said.
There was no immediate data available on casualties in Thursday's offensives.
This latest Ametek Land temperature measurement instrument has already demonstrated its ability to provide immediate data for process improvement.
While the immediate data may be of use to the general public, historical data will help city planners to study trends.
VIVA's Business DataCenter will provide convenient colocation solutions with onsite traffic monitoring managed by a dedicated team of IT specialists available around the clock for uninterrupted businesses connectivity and immediate data recovery.
Ooredoo's Managed Backup Service can be deployed in tandem with the Managed Storage Service to provide immediate data protection and archiving.
VIVA's Business Data Centre will provide convenient collocation solutions with onsite traffic monitoring managed by a dedicated team of IT specialists available around the clock for uninterrupted businesses connectivity and immediate data recovery.
0 includes a dashboard that presents particle size results in a web browser for immediate data access, quality control and live image viewing.
The immediate data is used by the Coast Guard to assist with search and rescue operations.
Immediate data send or storage for later retrieval using IQs 'store and forward' feature

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