demand-driven execution

demand-driven execution

[də′mand ‚driv·ən ‚ek·sə′kyü·shən]
(computer science)
A mode of carrying out a program in a data flow system in which no calculation is carried out until its results are demanded as input to another calculation. Also known as lazy evaluation.
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This market mainly concerns demand-driven execution, flexibly and in accordance with market conditions of various labor demands in the commitment of resources by the MSP service provider through profiles selected by it to support the Customer.
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