mass conversion

mass conversion

[′mas kən‚vər·zhən]
(computer science)
The transfer of data from one computer system to another, in which all the data is converted in a single operation, rather than in gradual increments.
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Organized attempts at mass conversion and re-conversion backed by financial or political power can have an explosive backlash to the point of undermining public order.
The mass conversion value can be used to calculate the pressure increases inside intumescent coating bubbles that drive the expansion process.
Mijeno was one of the resource speakers during the Ureka Forum spearheaded by Union Bank and consortium partners which was the biggest e-commerce mass conversion program in the country.
Also, it noted that the stock of foreign currency reserves and gold covers 61 percent of deposits in Lebanese pounds, which ensures that the Central Bank has buffers in the event of a security incidents that trigger mass conversion of deposits in local currency to US dollars.
Such has been the kind of discovery local SMEs marveled upon following their jump to e-commerce via the recent Baguio City launch of Ureka Forum, the Philippines' biggest e-commerce mass conversion program for businesses.
Our 'Design as a Service' offering allows us to provide customers with much more than the mass conversion of paper-based recipes into digital copies which is usually referred to as MBR factory," said Martin Gent, consultant, Werum IT Solutions GmbH.
But he never met the emperor or orchestrated a mass conversion.
But this interfaith sexual economy ended in 1391 with the mass conversion of Jews to Christianity and the "sexualized" attempt to stabilize Christian identity.
Ngo analyses the social implications of the mass conversion to Evangelical Protestantism of Vietnam's Hmong ethnic minority over the past quarter century.
They were planning to organise mass conversion in the village," the mayor alleged.
He dreamed of a politically expedient mass conversion before the pope and imagined that he could persuade European leaders to his side with singular and effective arguments.
Adding that money was leaving Russia as a result of its geopolitical instability while the capital flight was said to be the result of the mass conversion of roubles into foreign currency.