address track

address track

[′ad·res ‚trak]
(computer science)
A path on a magnetic tape, drum, or disk on which are recorded addresses used in the retrieval of data stored on other tracks.
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Lister's comments come on the back of news that trainers at Sittingbourne - a v enue where Lister has not been represented this year - h eld a meeting with management to address track preparation at the Kent circuit following a spate of recent injuries.