demand reading

demand reading

[də′mand ‚rēd·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method of carrying out input operations in which blocks of data are transmitted to the central processing unit as needed for processing.
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Editions of the journal include her editorials, articles, and other special features such as the columns Demand Reading and In Capsule.
2010) (see Figure 1) demand reading sequence, developed in 2009 by seven Literacy Coaches.
Many of the Reading-on-the-same-page activities serve to formalise the thinking carried out in the quick SCORE demand reading sequence, including the connecting, questioning, confirming and discrediting of predictions.
This achievement reflects the effort Ducon has put in towards market demand reading and strategy framing, a crucial factor for its continued success.'
The car manual did not demand reading, as did the sewing machine manual, but merely attempted to "acquaint" the reader with the automobile's features.
The article 'SCORE--The Coach Approach to Demand Reading' is by a team of seven literacy coaches in Queensland.
As a result of these classroom observations, and to be able to better prepare students for such situations, the group of coaches devised a strategy called SCORE--The Coach Approach to Demand Reading. The SCORE strategy provides a schema that supports a reader to independently comprehend and respond to text.
The SCORE Coach Approach to Demand Reading sequence is a scaffold designed to help raise test scores, but, more importantly, to also guide, encourage and nurture expert readers who have the ability to 'go beyond the author's ideas to thoughts that are increasingly autonomous, transformative, and ultimately independent of the written text' (Proust, cited in Wolf, 2007, p.
Some heating oil traders are hoping that a fresh aviation fuel purchase by China and favorable Chinese implied oil demand readings can provide meaningful support in the face of mostly negative "big picture" economic conditions at the start of the new trading week.
"Relatively poor demand readings from China, the lack of a substantial hurricane impact on the oil industry, and resuming production in Libya are further pressuring outright prices."
"Demand readings suggest we have not really missed it (Libyan oil)," said Montefusco.
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