block transfer


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block transfer

[′bläk ¦trans·fər]
(computer science)
The movement of data in blocks instead of by individual records.
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The Syrian strikers carried out tens of similar flights over the terrorists' supply roads in Idlib to block transfer of fighters, weapons and ammunition to Aleppo on Sunday.
The FLS block transfer is a task that simulates tissue manipulation.
The main disadvantages are difficulty in practical realisation of protocols using entangled states (and especially protocols using entangled states for d-level quantum systems), slow transfer rate, the need for large capacity quantum memory for all parties (for protocols using block transfer of qubits), and the asymptotic security of the ping-pong protocol.
The premiers were also happy about having a block transfer that they could spend on anything.
Will your current broker-dealer authorize a block transfer of your direct business?
Many courses are not accepted as transferable unless they come bundled in the block transfer degree.
It is ideal in SCADA applications with DNP Level 2 support and has the ability to transfer PLC data via side connect or block transfer.
Block transfer times are as short as 220 msec, resulting in throughputs of over 4500 blocks per sec.
Hevesi's attempt to block transfer of title to the New York City Water Board, which, Vallone asserted, would generate $2.
The RevoDrive X2 features four SandForce SSD Processors enabling up to nearly 1 Terabyte of storage capacity, over 730MB/s sequential read and/or write performance and over 120,000 random write IOPS (4KB block transfer size).
So they have been asking until they started to develop an impression that I may have been involved in the plot to block transfer, which is not what I can do.
The objective of this project is to evaluate for the British Columbia Council on Admissions and Transfer (BCCAT) the effectiveness of block transfer agreements (BTAs) in the BC Transfer System and recommend steps to be taken to improve their effectiveness.