automatic stop

automatic stop

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′stäp]
(computer science)
An automatic halting of a computer processing operation as the result of an error detected by built-in checking devices.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The RVS Trade Assist Portal incorporates an automatic stop loss feature which minimises any potential loss to a maximum of five percent, thus giving users the confidence to enter the market.
The Rooter S and S-Apex combination The Rooter S can also be connected to the FKG S-Apex by data transfer cable in order to provide additional functions such as "Auto Start and Stop" or automatic stop as soon as the file has reached the reference point ("Auto Apical Stop").
OPTEL Certa has been developed for ease of operation with an automatic stop function and clear notifications displayed on a user-friendly interface.
Standing out amongst its attributes are its high stability and powerful ABS braking system as well as its Automatic Stop Arm.
Besides the safety features provided on standard cranes, the new deck cranes are equipped with precaution alarms by a buzzer and lamps depending on the applied load and an automatic stop function as an overload protection system.
Automatic stop will take place once the chisel is lifted up or after breaking.
"An automatic stop alarm was issued as an attitude abnormality was detected approximately 19 seconds prior to the liftoff time during the automatic countdown sequence," the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said in a statement.
Along with this, a reverse alarm, a clearly marked reverse exit, an automatic stop arm and front-facing seating arrangements have been made mandatory in all school buses.
To help overcome a reluctance to sell you can use an automatic stop loss which forces you to sell at a certain level.
The carriage runs to a point of automatic stop or any operator can take manual control again.

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