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addressable

[ə′dres·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
Capable of being located by a computer through an addressing technique.

addressable

Reachable. When something is addressable, it can be accessed and manipulated by its location. For example, a website is addressable by its IP address, and hard drives are addressable by sectors. See byte addressable, IP address and sector.
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Media evolution towards addressability is likely to be through those channels.
Data analysis is performed using NVivo software that allows the examination of the following analytical thematic categories for EWPs: addressability (target stakeholder groups/audience), accessibility (communication means), covered topics and themes, reporting and assessment methods (e.g.
"The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things" invokes medieval reliquaries to make sense of "smart" appliances.
SecureLink debuts in the form of a small external attachment that adds network addressability so the scanner can be driven from a browser on another network-connected device.
In the case of broadcast carriage services, teleports, direct to home, cable networks (multi-system operators operating at state, national or district level and undertaking upgradation of networks towards digitization and addressability), mobile TV and HITS, the government has decided to enhance the cap from 74% to 100%.
They wanted the added addressability to give the operator more information about the location of the smoke event and, therefore, help to determine the best course of response.
Topics covered are lighting and shading controls, zero net energy, building automation, Industrial Internet of Things convergence, intelligent and integrated buildings, sensory networks, digital addressability, wireless technology and software, and more.
Ground floor, LEAF, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.co.uk EXHIBITIONS The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey curates an exhibition exploring the tenuous boundaries between virtual and real worlds, ends April 14.
The Xeikon 3050 boasts a combination of 1200 X 3600 DPI addressability and 4bit variable dot density and offers rich color depth and subtle contrasts.
Controllers are coming out that will support magneto-resistive RAM (MRAM), which is faster than flash, has a longer endurance, is bit-addressable as opposed to NAND's block addressability, and is non-volatile.