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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The initial six software apps are IP gateways between SDI and SMPTE 2022 or 2110 for transport of uncompressed video over 10GbE IP networks, and IP-to-IP translators for making adjustments to IP flows--such as network address translation, multicast to unicast address conversion, protocol conversion between ST 2022 and ST 2110, and the creation of media firewalls.
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 original DNS foundation contemplated extensions beyond name to address conversion: 65,536 types of data are allowed other than the one needed for addresses.
FDS ran this mailing through ZIP+4/standardization, NCOA (National Change of Address), NES (Nixies Elimination Service), DM-COA (Proprietary COA Service), LACS (Locatable Address Conversion System), DPVS (Delivery Point Verification System) and DSF (Delivery Sequence File).
Some offer the Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS), used to change rural-style addresses to city-style when local governments have made a transition.
* Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS): A USPS-licensed database for Rural Route conversions that is another effective means of updating databases to improve and control address quality.
The Locatable Address Conversion System (LACS) assigns a "standard" address to rural or "non-standard" addresses such as rural routes, etc.
LACS stands for Locatable Address Conversion System.
Locatable Address Conversion Systems (LACS), or the "911 file" as Mark Goldner, VP of Sales at Database America Cos., calls it, converts rural route addresses to "normal" street addresses.