contiguous data

contiguous data

[kən′tig·yə·wəs ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that are stored in a collection of adjacent locations in a computer memory device.
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Using contiguous data, the subspace method performed better than linear regression.
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3 SATA III RAID controller, the RTR 2729A is capable of streaming contiguous data to disk in real time at rates up to 4.8 GB/sec, which is 2.4 times faster than the previous generation.