priority indicator

priority indicator

[prī′är·əd·ē ′in·də‚kād·ər]
(communications)
Data attached to a message to indicate its relative priority and hence the order in which it will be transmitted.
(computer science)
Data attached to a computer program or job which are used to determine the order in which it will be processed by the computer.
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The Foxtrot property hosts a number of high priority indicator mineral anomalies that remain unexplained.
Each supply chain organization needs to have the ability to execute a cybersecurity risk management strategy by responding to priority indicators of compromise, and being proactive in finding indicators of compromise.
Planned activities included the development of two additional sentinel sites (for a total of seven); five studies of HIV/STD prevalence among target groups; two knowledge, attitude, practice (KAP) studies; and a study on the priority indicators of prevention to permit assessment of impact of interventions.
The priority indicators may be linked in a tiered system in which each audience reviews a related set of indicators.
This includes statistics on received and transmitted cells, cells with priority indicators, number of discarded cells, cells with HEC errors, E3 code violations, E3 errors/second, E3 framing errors, local and remote sync loss, among others.
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