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parallel operation

[′par·ə‚lel ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
Performance of several actions, usually of a similar nature, by a computer system simultaneously through provision of individual similar or identical devices.
(electronics)
The connecting together of the outputs of two or more batteries or other power supplies so that the sum of their output currents flows to a common load.
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PARALLEL OPERATION avg[row, col](); BEGIN A[row, col] := (A[row, col-1] + A[row, co1+1])/2.
In particular, we are talking about parallel operation of the Ak-Jol customs point so that both Kyrgyz and Kazakh customs authorities could check goods that Kyrgyzstan exports to the markets of Kazakhstan," said the Minister.
Other features include low input and output ripple currents, input transient protection, single point connection for parallel operation for true N+1 redundancy, active load sharing, external sync, hot plug capability, remote sense and shutdown, thermal protection.
An O-ring FET option allows for efficient parallel operation of multiple units.
With final technical measures to be completed this month, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) now plans to start trial parallel operation of the Turkish power system with continental Europe from September 2010.
Up to 16 instrument modules may be stacked for parallel operation of 64 IEPE accelerometer or voltage inputs.
The module is suitable for parallel operation, allowing it to satisfy the requirements of high-power applications.
The QPO-1 supports parallel operation for high current requirements.
The performance of intrusion detection servers is also improved by 'health checking' and by enabling parallel operation of multiple intrusion detection servers.
has become the only construction schedule with more than 55% of the construction progress in 2017 through the optimization of staff organization, all-round parallel operation and the extensive application of automatic welding.
The United Energy System of Central Asia supposed principle of parallel operation until 2009, and energy systems of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan did not pay each other for power flows for own use.
eGaN FETs have exceptional current sharing capability compared to silicon MOSFETs, making them appropriate for parallel operation.

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