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addressing

[ə′dres·iŋ]
(computer science)
The methods of locating and gaining access to information in a computer's storage.
The methods of selecting a particular peripheral device from several that are available at a given time.
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Inaugurating the Committee in Abuja, Shittu highlighted the importance of an effective addressing system, which he said would play an important role in National development beyond mail delivery.
What3words is a global addressing system that has divided the world into 3m x 3m squares, each with a unique address made of 3 words, it said.
Even without addressing exactly how it goes about doing it, just knowing what an acronym or term means, and the purpose of the value, can go a long way to demystifying it and removing stress from the process.
However, dual addressing (discussed earlier) causes a problem once again, because it was designed for systems in which machines would only connect to a LAN under the owner's control.
Proposed change improves the clarity of domestic source restrictions on the acquisition of ball and roller bearings by addressing only the exceptions, waivers, and waiver authority available to the contracting officer under current law; and by making the restrictions inapplicable to bearings that are commercial components of non-commercial end items or components.
This enables SANs to scale far beyond the local reach without having to maintain a globally unique addressing scheme.
The editors and contributors are to be commended for addressing complex issues which are not only urgent but timely as well.
The conference's technical sessions begin Monday morning, April 4, with a plenary session addressing pending legislative developments, ranging from important technical amendments to the 2004 Act to permanent enactment of President Bush's tax cuts and the timetable and prospects for tax reform.
Addressing Network Storage Needs with Native IP SAN
Through this RFA, the EPA is soliciting proposals to develop research centers that construct well-defined and integrated programs addressing PM research needs in the areas of susceptibility, mechanisms of health effects, exposure-response relationships, and source linkages.
Concerned with this developing trend, in 1975, the California Department of Justice established a Mexican Liaison Unit (MLU), staffed by one bilingual agent, within the California Bureau of Investigation to assist California law enforcement agencies in addressing Article IV cases and other liaison requests.
By focusing primarily on the above matters, policy makers fail to deal with the overriding issue, namely that addressing barriers to development and learning remains a marginalized aspect of policy and practice.