data break

data break

[′dad·ə ‚brāk]
(computer science)
A facility which permits input/output transfers to occur without disturbing program execution in a computer.
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The data break down the racial and ethnic couplings, with 38 percent white-Hispanic, 14 percent white-Asian and 8 percent white-African-American.
The latest data break the strong performance of the US labor market in recent months, but also bring it in line with other indicators of economic activity, which have shown a significant slowdown in the first quarter of 2015.
Each packaging material has detailed data break up by packaging type, closure material, closure type, outer material, and outer type.
Most firms that offer forecast data break the markets down by SIC/NAICS codes, and some offer further subcategories organized by casting size, metal types and general quantities.
That makes a hacker or anyone else looking to steal data break through many more levels of security to get to the goodies.
The 7Park data breaks down viewer streams by month, and they saw Netflix's originals climbing the ranks.
On a country by country basis, the data breaks down demand for content on networks such as History, FYI, Lifetime and Viceland.
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Younes says that the promise operators usually offer in terms of high speed data breaks down when it gets into the home due to the difficulty of indoor penetration.
The data breaks down the size of businesses sector by sector, showing that the production industries had the lowest share of employment in the micro size band and highest share of employment in the large size band in 2006.