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resolve

To look up an address. For example, "to resolve a name" means to look up the corresponding address for that name. The phrase "external references in the program were resolved" means that tables were searched, and all references to routines outside of the program were given valid addresses. See address resolution and name resolution.
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Don't worry about figuring out which rules apply to you - check the Resolver website to find out and use our free complaint tool - resolver.
Only two wires are needed to supply the digital resolver with power, to communicate, and to simultaneously transfer the motor ID and the temperature data.
Bonnie Imler from Penn State University-Altoona has done some excellent research on student use of link resolvers (Imler, B.
AMCI), announces the addition of their ANA2 Resolver Interface Module to the AnyNET I/O family of PLC-based specialty I/O products.
The resolvers work regardless of any privacy settings the target user may have selected within the Skype program's configuration panel, the Age reports.
Traditionally, there are two primary types of feedback devices to monitor shaft position--encoders and resolvers.
The DOI on its own was never designed to address the appropriate copy issue--this is what link resolvers do.
Encoders and resolvers are feedback devices that tell the controller where the robot is at any point in time.
LOS ANGELES -- Ducommun Incorporated (NYSE:DCO) today announced that its Ducommun LaBarge Technologies (DLT) subsidiary, a long-time supplier of electric AC and DC motors, stepper motors, resolvers and actuators for the space, defense and oil service industries, has received a contract from Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems (NYSE: BA) to supply resolvers for a mechanism that is part of the Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Earth observation satellite built and managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.
With both single-turn and multi-turn versions available, AMCI's DeviceNet resolvers are ready for any application.
While many libraries use link resolvers to make it easier for users to retrieve articles, these can introduce additional points of failure.