access gap

access gap

[′ak‚ses ‚gap]
(computer science)
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The report also notes that the fostering of partnerships with communities and the private sector could help to fill the education access gap.
As long as abortion opponents see Trump and the Supreme Court as their biggest opportunity in a generation, the access gap will only widen.
"My issue is why they haven't left an access gap for pedestrians, parents with pushchairs, wheelchairs and cyclists, as this is a public right of way?" Sandra said it had been two weeks since the blockages appeared in mid-July and that she had been promised something would be done.
"These study findings show that telepsychiatry can be a practical and effective way to help close the access gap in underserved areas, which exist in both rural and urban settings."
A new World Bank study has revealed that Mini grids, previously viewed as a niche solution, can provide electricity to as many as 500 million people by 2030, helping close the energy access gap.
This interoperability between the QubeFlex modem and StellarStation bridges an access gap in the current market.
This interoperability between the QubeFlex(TM) modem and StellarStation bridges an "access gap" in the current market.
"We see an opportunity to narrow the access gap by connecting even more people to the Internet, especially the youth," Collymore said.
LOWER-QUALITY SERVICESAs confirmed by the 2016 Access Gap Study commissioned by the regulator, the superior 3G signal is only available in 17 percent of the Kenyan land mass, compared with the 2G signal that covers 45 percent.Though the population covered by these signals is higher compared with the land mass covered, one simply needs to drive beyond 15 or so kilometers off the major highways to quickly come to terms with this reality.
The MAVEN Project, which began patient care in 2016 and has provided more than 2,000 consultations to date, closes the health care access gap with volunteer retired physicians from across the United States
For every challenge of the scale of the Nigerian energy access gap, there is also an opportunity.
This is an exciting moment for the Nigerian off-grid energy space, and we look forward to collectively addressing the energy access gap household by household, community by community, and town by town and, in so doing, creating transformative impact for the country and its people.