horizontal system

horizontal system

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A programming system in which instructions are written horizontally, that is, across the page.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Pipe and profile ("lineal") products often feet (3 m) or more in length are often processed in a horizontal system {Figure 3), so the parts can be handled without the need for cutting them into to smaller pieces, as would be required for a vertically fed system.
Many of our financial planning firm clients who are experiencing the greatest growth and employee satisfaction have moved beyond the vertical military-type management structure and have replaced it with a more horizontal system.
One of the many appropriate applications for the vertical VisionGauge is the inspection of craniomaxillofacial implants, which can be difficult to examine in a horizontal system. Standard XY travel for the vertical configuration is 12 by 12 inches but the company offers a 24-by-24-inch extender as an option.
Correction [DELTA]z may be calculated by using conditional intermediate coordinates of the horizontal system with origin at point [P.sub.o].
The objective now is to provide a horizontal system of extracting the resource wealth and providing a system where benefits can be delivered at the grassroots level.
Horizontal system relations, both internal and external, have been sorely neglected.
Mutual positions of the base points in local horizontal system ("ground truth") were determined by conventional measuring techniques with accuracy better than 0.3 mm (horizontal), 0.2 mm (vertical).
3rd century: The monastic movement founded in Egypt by Pachomius was based on a horizontal system of shared authority with the abbot as first among equals.
Under the horizontal system, if both agents work, then each agent receives 20 points from the principal, resulting in a net profit of 10 points after deducting the 10-point cost of effort.
Hickson Coatings have formulated new water based base coats, primers and stains for use in conjunction with the Netek horizontal system which incorporates a revolutionary 'air knife' system for the removal of excess coating materials and their subsequent recovery.

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