page turning

page turning

[′pāj ‚tərn·iŋ]
(computer science)
The process of moving entire pages of information between main memory and auxiliary storage, usually to allow several concurrently executing programs to share a main memory of inadequate capacity.
In conversational time-sharing systems, the moving of programs in and out of memory on a round-robin, cyclic schedule so that each program may use its allotted share of computer time.
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Unique features of the SV600 include an in-built Book Image Correction (ability to remove distortion caused by the curve of an open book) feature and Page Turning Detection feature, which initiates the scanning operation via the detection of page turning movements.
Page turning is controlled on the right-hand side, which is made from a flexible rubber sheet covered in spongy cloth.
Borders said its new eReader is powered by the new Freescale 508 processor, which is designed to enable fast page turning for electronic paper displays.
Although IDMi (and previously the Green Sheet,) have been using page turning software for some years, it is only in the last few months that we have been able to consider taking advantage of developments and 'joining-the-dots' to allow us to provide a more interactive experience for our readers.
By connecting a USB plug to a computer, the Footime Page Turner is a simple pedal with two buttons: one for forward page turning, the other for backward turning.
IS it just me or is The Journal's Voice of the North letters page turning into a councillors' in-house magazine?
But in the main, the new publication is a freestanding artwork, and a good example of how well books serve Pierson - apart from the comfortable fit of his word works and the printed page, or the affinity between road pictures and the rhythms of page turning.
The answer lies in highly efficient, highly reliable, page turning and scanning machines that exemplify the latest in automation science, an emerging field that is the focus of an increasingly influential new journal, the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE).
based in Calabasas, CA, has just released new software that is designed to turn the digital page turning software market on its head by offering an affordable solution to companies that desire to capitalize on this new wave of technology.
Everyone has a favorite story of a page turning disaster.
Though unnecessary, I think it would be helpful and enlightening for students to have a word from the editors about some of the logistics of playing this piece, especially with regard to pedaling, practice, performance as a piano team, seating at the bench and even page turning.