addressing system

addressing system

[ə′dres·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A labeling technique used to identify storage locations within a computer system.
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A committee to oversee the implementation of the Digital Property Addressing system, as part of government's efforts to digitise the economy, has been launched in Kumasi.
The regulator on Wednesday started the search for a consultant to review the draft National Addressing System (NAS), which will pave the way for the fresh numbering of addressees.
Addressing System held its fourth meeting today at the premises of the
Muscat: The technical team of the Unified Addressing System held a meeting on Monday at the premises of the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
The Minister of Communications, Barrister Adebayo Shittu on Thursday inaugurated the National Addressing System (NAS) Committee to enhance the service delivery of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST).
Features of the smart taximeter include the integration with Dubai Geographic Addressing System (Makani), and the automated calculation of toll tariff (Salik) when passing under virtual toll gates in the system without interference on the part of the cab driver.
The redesign of exit numbers is part of RTA's efforts to revamp the addressing system, which makes navigation and location finding in Dubai a breeze.
"And the smart addressing system will help the emirate develop by adding value to people's everyday lives, and to the daily business operation of many entities."
Dubai residents have started receiving their 'Makani' number from Dubai Municipality (DM) as part of the civic body's new addressing system in the city.
Nigeria does not have a well established national addressing system. Without home addresses, postal and courier services, efficient emergency services and GPS navigation services to households are very difficult if not impossible.
London, Sep 15 ( ANI ): The addressing system, Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), which allows connectivity of computers on the internet, has hit its limit after 30 years of rapid growth, forcing major changes to the technology that has driven the information revolution.
The US has been authorised to remain in charge of the Internet's addressing system, following an agreement ahead of the UN Internet summit in Tunisia and despite opposition from other countries including Iran and China.