address conversion

address conversion

[′ad·res kən‚vər·zhən]
(computer science)
The use of an assembly program to translate symbolic or relative computer addresses.
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A large percentage of respondents still plan to address conversion and development of digital content with totally in-house solutions (57% in 2015 versus 52% in 2014), 41% plan on a hybrid approach of in-house and outsourced expertise, with 6% relying on totally outsourced solutions.
Contract notice: Installation work will address conversion work on existing facilities and the supply and installation of new facilities.
She does not address conversion and its relationship to indigenous worldviews in detail.
The scarcity of IPv4 address space will force applications to work in a very complex environment with mechanisms that provide local addressing, such as IP address conversion, pooling and temporary allocation techniques.
Randy Cortright to address conversion of biomass into gasoline
Offering DCL's service capabilities with Arbortext enterprise publishing software enables Arbortext to assure a successful content strategy by helping organizations address conversion concerns long before an application is implemented.
Merkle also participates in the USPS Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS) service, which provides mailers with an automated method of obtaining new addresses.
The Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS), also a USPS licensed service, provides mailers an automated method of obtaining new addresses when a 911 emergency system has been implemented.
NCOALink(TM) to check for change of address -- DPV(TM) (verifies accuracy of deliverable addresses) -- Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS) -- DSF2(TM) (identifies deliverable addresses and specific address attributes) -- Carrier route codes to maximize postal discounts -- CASS(TM) (USPS certification process for ZIP+4 matching software)
Anchor is an non-exclusive licensee of the United States Postal Service for NCOA (National Change of Address), DSF (Delivery Sequence File), LACS (Locatable Address Conversion System) and FASTforward'sm.
Experian breaks down the DSF(2) file into actionable variables and combines it with its industry leading data hygiene tools; ZIP+4 Coding, Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS), Nixie Elimination Service and National Change of Address processing (NCOA).