index marker

index marker

[′in‚deks ‚märk·ər]
(computer science)
The beginning (and end) of each track in a disk, which is recognized by a special sensing device within the disk mechanism.
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leprae-derived major membrane protein-II (MMP-II) has been utilized for serodiagnosis of leprosy and has shown to be better index marker than PGL-I.
The Ki-67, a monoclonal antibody, a protein encoded by M ki-67 gene in humans is a proliferative index marker, which has emerged as a immunohistochemistry marker with a strong potential to forecast and predict the behavior of MEC by indicating its proliferative capacity9,10,11.
The magnetic encoder consists of a custom-configured magnetic encoder wheel and a magnetoresistive sensor with differential line driver outputs for two incremental channels in quadrature and a once-per-revolution index marker.
This leads to the identifying of the `rich' persons in chapter 2 as an index marker of the author's opponents, who are then to be treated the same as the `rich' in chapter 5.
The index markers have been hand-applied and the signature swan logo completes the dial.
Just sight it in normally for the next distances and slide the index markers around.
They can map XML elements to tables, graphics, footnotes, cross-references, and index markers.