case structure

case structure

[′kās ‚strək·chər]
(computer science)
A group of program statements in which a condition is tested and, according to the results of the test, one of at least three specific groups of program statements is executed, after which the program returns to the original location.
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the framework agreement offered includes the following services: 1) psychological assistance: - individual advice and assistance in connection with work-related issues, - case structure with up to 6 hours, - possibility to purchase extra hours against prior approval by the manager / hr department.
In sections on before reading, during reading, and after reading, she considers such aspects as the purpose for reading cases, case structure and civil and criminal procedure, strategies to understand text, finding rules, case evaluation, and reading statutes.
After over 200 prototypes, a hollow watch case structure was finally devised that supported the core module at certain points.
Electrode material and case structure have been re-designed for the Nickel metal hydride battery.
In complex cases involving commercial, intellectual property, breach of contract, bad faith, product liability, and wrongful death subjects, to name a few, the plaintiff may have the advantage of presenting a simpler story and case structure, whereas the defense is confronted with having to present a more complicated, detailed case, hoping their messages are carried into and used in deliberations.
In this case structure is very frequently discretized by Lagrangian elements while gaseous products of detonation are discretized by Eulerian elements.
This resource can play a key role in identifying the ideal case structure to support the business, minimize risk, and reduce the costs associated with tax obligations.
So, each inspection case record references a "Inspection case", with contains knowledge about the inspection feature involved, the structure of the particular case and the relationships among the elements of this case structure. Each inspection feature is defined through a set of concepts: class of feature, part faces involved in the feature and set of boundary (Wong et al., 2006).
We suggest adding a new section named Web 2.0 resources to the case structure. A meta-data section is optional and can be used to include the users' names, time of creation, case source and other referential data (Watanabe et al., 2002).
(b)To map the endings with the vibhakti-karka table and apply rules to generate the case structure
Figure 2 shows the looped Case structure operating as a flexible sequencer in a Classic State Machine design.
Again, by this definition there can be only one instance of complementizing case, and it can only be the outermost element in a nested Case structure. The recursive definition places no upper bound on the number of instances of Core case in a well-formed inflected word.