file specification

file specification

[′fīl ‚spes·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(computer science)
A designation that enables a file to be located on a disk and includes the disk drive, name of the directory/subdirectory, and name of file.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Today we are making available information about non-winning bids and other related data regarding bidding in the reverse auction, together with an updated file specification document," the Commission said.
We accurately construct a malformed sample by tampering with any bytes of the data protected by the checksum filed or the checksum field from the well-formed sample based on the PNG file specification. Then the ImageMagick application run the well-formed sample and the malformed sample respectively under dynamic instrumentation monitoring.
A complete list and detailed description of these new features and a download pdf file specification sheet can be found on the company's website.
The DASH file specification certainly has the potential to unify the adaptive streaming world.
Transmission of audiovisual content is based on the ISOBMFF file specification. Video and audio codecs from the DVB toolbox that are technically appropriate with MPEG-DASH have been selected.
The DXF (Drawing Exchange File) format is a generic, open file specification which is supported by many mapping and drawing applications.
Files can be automatically put in a group by simply using the file specification of the group, as in *.txt or *.doc.
The main aim is to establish a common file specification, so that titles can be read on any machine adhering to the standards.
Remote grouping capabilities and remote file specification are two features which enable Zanis to send and receive data accurately between each hotel.
The question mark replaces one character and can be used anywhere in the file specification. You can use as many as you need.