monitor display

monitor display

[′män·əd·ər di‚splā]
(computer science)
The facility of stopping the central processing unit and displaying information of main storage and internal registers; after manual intervention, normal instruction execution can be initiated.
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AUO will also lead the world in presenting 32-inch QHD (2560x1440) curved monitor display, which is also ultra slim and has narrow bezel and 100% sRGB wide color gamut.
High-End Monitor Display Applications Aimed at Professional Markets
The PN-R903 - 90-inch Class LED Monitor display, folded PN-R603 display and 'See Me' (mirror display) will enable retailers to waste no space in their stores, said a statement.
2003) found that spatial orientation task performance using a wall display was 26 percent better than task performance on a smaller desktop monitor display.
a leading supplier of multiple monitor display cards, has become the first to receive Microsoft's Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) Windows 98 certification for its latest multiple monitor board, the Jeronimo Pro.
The computer can store up to 100,000 test records per channel for monitor display or disk transfer.
This allows viewing on the computer's monitor display while outputting to the externally connected panel.
This public works Project consists of, in general, installation of new video camera mounts, realtime monitor display cabinet mounts and steel support frame; installation of electrical and data conduits, electrical wiring, data cabling, electrical pull boxes, and equipment boxes at the existing C.
The Central Monitor display instantly identifies the resident, the bed, and the door.
The Dialog PLUS Hemodialysis System features a flat touch screen monitor display, similar to the state-of-the art design found in flat-screen home televisions.
An important part of a high-quality, total solution, this software reduces the total cost of ownership of displays through its enterprise management capabilities, enabling administrators and IT staff to easily monitor display performance and calibration from a central location using industry-standard interfaces.