continuous profiling

continuous profiling

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′prō‚fīl·iŋ]
(geology)
A method of shooting in seismic exploration in which uniformly placed seismometer stations along a line are shot from holes spaced along the same line so that each hole records seismic ray paths geometrically identical with those from adjacent holes.
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Automatic and continuous profiling that measures the profile in real-time for each and every PCB being produced is becoming popular among many manufacturers because the technology provides traceability, eliminates the problem of running blind in between spot checks, and eliminates the production downtime associated with periodic manual profiling.
This innovative enhancement will allow continuous profiling of our exhibitors, while allowing buyers to use the SIWW Virtual Water Expo throughout the year as their preferred water solutions sourcing platform.
Today, "A dedicated data collection drive to map the various coastal villages, fishing harbours, jetties and landing points has been undertaken, in addition to continuous profiling of fishing activity along the West coast," said Sinha.
The Digital Continuous Profiling Infrastructure provides an efficient and accurate way of answering such questions.
To gather these profiles, the Digital Continuous Profiling Infrastructure periodically samples the program-counter (PC) on each processor, associates each sample with its corresponding executable image, and saves the samples on disk in compact profiles.
Since significant fractions of most executable images consist of symbol tables and instructions that are never executed, profiles are typically smaller than their associated executables by an order of magnitude, even after days of continuous profiling. Although disk space usage has not been a problem, we have also designed an improved format that can compress existing profiles by approximately a factor of three.
The Digital Continuous Profiling Infrastructure transparently collects complete, detailed profiles of entire systems.

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