working space

working space

[′wərk·iŋ ‚spās]
(computer science)
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It is not just working space with computers and internet connectivity that makes a good office.
BUSINESSES can take advantage of flexible working space, thanks to a council.
On the down side, a survey on open working space was made and it shows that an average of 21.
Dot-Zero is a not-for-profit community working space that hopes to be the fertile ground from which innovative tech starts will emerge.
Mike Goddard adds: "Even if the space is only used for organising bills or for students doing homework, landlords need to realise the demand for a dedicated working space, the kitchen table just won't suffice anymore.
The above results reveal that the links of Watt's chain will have greater working space.
Abstract: Using of genetic algorithms for optimal trajectory estimation between two points of robot's working space is described in this article.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a green building rating system for sustainable design that lessens the impact on the environment, reduces operating costs and creates a healthy working space.
This ensures a reliable transmission of infrared signals at any position of the machine's working space and an advantage with large machines and those whose spindles move in two separate working spaces.
The core functions of office spaces are changing in line with the disappearance of the division between living space and working space.
Other instruments include the new RW scopes with laser-welded body for better sealing while autoclaving, Ergoline forceps for better visualization while the scope and forceps are in the same working space, newly brushed metal forceps for laser use, and many other high-quality instruments for sinus surgery.