fixed area


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fixed area

[¦fikst ′er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
That portion of the main storage occupied by the resident portion of the control program.
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Fixed area since the reminding setting can not only save part of the extra shipping costs, the benefits of cold chain system is also obvious.
Because variable costs dropped with occupancy, a property would cost less to operate on an aggregate cost basis, and apparently less on a per-squarefoot basis as most leases provided for operating expenses to be divided by the fixed area of the property.
Hedrick,(47) the defendant kept his garbage in a fixed area on his driveway 50 feet from the house, 20 feet from an unattached garage, and 18 feet from the sidewalk.
We had a fixed area to work within and a very strict program in terms of how it had to function because of their cooking abilities and cooking requirements,'' said Kajer, a Pasadena architect.
This pause, which occurs where the car bodies change levels via a lift, would keep the robots in a fixed area.
Although the T-table system takes up a fixed area behind the press, it is an effective, low-cost, quick-change system that works without forklift trucks or cranes.
board and gutter; - 350 m 2 walkway (pavement); - 550 m 2 of parking places (pavement); - 200 m 2 fixed area for garbage / bicycle boxes; - 6 road runs, 80 m connecting cables, 100 m reinforced concrete pipeline dn 300, creep protection, 3 control shafts, connection to shaft with crash; - retention basin incl.
Also, the exercise in shot in a fixed area is a good evolution of the results between tests.
Both show a fixed area at the center of the camera's detector; you can't move the area around to choose which part of the field you want to magnify.
Provision of a fenced, illuminated and fixed area (asphalted / paved traffic area, floor space for containers or acceptance boxes) of at least 1 500m 2 in the area of the city of Lippstadt.