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package

Computing a set of programs designed for a specific type of problem in statistics, production control, etc., making it unnecessary for a separate program to be written for each problem

Package

 

in the textile industry, any of various forms (bobbins, spools, pirns, tubes) on which thread or yarn is wound for processing or handling.

package

[pak·ij]
(computer science)
A program that is written for a general and widely used application in such a way that its usefulness is not impaired by the problems of data or organization of a particular user.
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As a result, paperboard converters are using lower basis weight materials where they can and trying to optimize how much "engineering" is incorporated into product packages to minimize costs.
Measuring only 6 mm x 8 mm, SST's new micro-BGA package represents the industry's smallest micro-BGA package for flash memory devices.
Cartan has a variety of packages that include air fare, accommodations, some meals and tickets to events.
The Minnesota legislature passed a broad-based Package Review Act in 1973 that could have given the state considerable oversight in regulating packaging materials.
Postal inspectors receive copies of all labels from packages signed for by the recipient.
These software packages help foundry engineers reduce or eliminate the need for trial-and-error prototyping.
Those who pay the fee put a special "green dot" logo on their packages, indicating that consumers should discard them in industry-sponsored collection bins.
As a rule, travel agents have access to the lowest air fares and airline packages, as well as packages put together by tour operators.
Focusing on developing SMT solutions that work on higher accuracy levels instead of higher placement speeds would drive their services towards back-end semiconductor package manufacturers.
For example, apart from being extremely costly to implement, such schemes generally impose design constraints on the package.
Salt Lake City hotel packages look great if you look at the bottom line, but only if you're willing to commute two hours each day.

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