indirect control

indirect control

[‚in·də′rekt kən′trōl]
(computer science)
The control of one peripheral unit by another through some sequence of events that involves human intervention.
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That means indirect control of predators by secondary exposure or by reduction of food sources.
Tenders are invited for Pressure Regulators Operated for Indirect Control Station, Gas Measurement and Teaching Titan
On 5 January 2009, Porsche announced that it had acquired indirect control of Scania AB (publ) ("Scania") by increasing its holding in Volkswagen to approximately 50.
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As a result of the forgoing acquisition, CCMC has direct and indirect control and direction over a total of 30,000,000 common shares of Magellan representing approximately 18.
Porsche's Majority in Volkswagen Will Provide Indirect Control over Scania
Reuters has reported, quoting sources in the know, that the current administration is drawing up a roster of state holdings it could divest, while still retaining direct or indirect control over the companies involved.
Valin Group now has over 10 subsidiaries under direct or indirect control, including Xiangtan Iron & Steel, Lianyuan Iron & Steel, Hengyang Steel Tube, Nanfang Building Materials, etc.
The discussion reported following the regulator's apprehension about the UAE carrier's indirect control of the Naresh Goyal-promoted airline.
Reuters reported earlier, quoting sources in the know, that the current administration is drawing up a roster of state holdings it could divest, while still retaining direct or indirect control over the companies involved.
AEI's assets consist of 16 energy companies in which AEI has direct or indirect control of the operation, as well as three minority stakes.
has a direct and indirect control of 6,396,116 shares of REGI U.