data tracks

data tracks

[′dad·ə ‚traks]
(computer science)
Information storage positions on drum storage devices; information is stored on the drum surface in the form of magnetized or nonmagnetized areas.
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Its ability to work with Envita's MapLink Pro software enables the system to simultaneously display thousands of data tracks with the necessary real-time responsiveness required to visualise the battlefield in a way that supports well informed operational decision making.
She has developed a detector that can recover all data tracks requiring low signal-to-noise ratio.
Country flows data tracks investment allocation and flows in funds covering stock markets in developed and emerging countries.
The USDA's data tracks the quantities of food that are available for us to eat.
The 13 papers are organized into four broad themes: typologies and theories of borders and border maintenance, the intersection of biometric and surveillance technologies through both empirical and theoretical lenses, private data tracks and governmental surveillance programs in the North American context, and borders and citizenship in British and European contexts.
Time-Based servo bands, which are written to tape during the manufacturing process, are used as a reference to position all data tracks for the life of the cartridge.
One vendor shears hard drives once lengthwise and once along the drive's width, severing the data tracks so that, in theory, data cannot be recovered.
Maxell said the increased capacity of DAT 72 was achieved with narrower data tracks, and thinner and longer tape inside each cartridge.
When we look at the best-selling 3,000 SKUs in PC Data's monthly channel statistics, it turns out that products with a $20-$49 street price are the most successful at getting shelf space (42%-47% median penetration of the 24 chains that PC Data tracks), while bargain products priced below $20 actually show up in fewer chains (21%-26% penetration).
The common method of creating servo-positioning tracks on the tape is to embed magnetic servo tracks between the data tracks on the recording surface, reducing the physical space available to write data.