key binding

key binding

The assignment of a key or combination of keys on a keyboard with a command. See hotkey.
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As a requirement, the first stage of the development of a new compact commences with a constraints analysis process that seeks to identify the key binding constraints to sustainable long-term economic growth.
1- Biometric Crypto Systems, this approach is used key binding or key generation schemes, where key binding is a user specific key or a helper data which is independent to the biometric data, while key generation is generating the helper data from the biometric data using specific notations of crypto systems[7] [8] [9] [10],
The shareholders' agreement is the key binding agreement and will reflect, in binding form, the terms agreed in the term sheet.
Key-based template protection schemes are classified as either key binding or key generation depending on the mode of operation or the method used to secure templates [4].
As shown in Figure 3(a), 4 almost occupies the entire binding pocket of [A.sub.2A]R and shares similar key binding interactions as known ligand 1.
In addition, there are mouse and key binding issues, as well as the fact that you can't override in-game settings with Nvidia's Control Panel or AMD's Catalyst Control Center, according to Ars Technica.
guiding the BJP earlier, those leading the current charge the party's poster boy Narendra Modi, party president Rajnath Singh and the key binding force -- Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ( RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat.
While it has been speculated that reuterin acts by regulating immune responses or competing with Salmonella for key binding sites, the current study represents the first in vitro examination of host-pathogen interactions using human intestinal epithelium in the presence of reuterin-producing L.
Nevertheless, we succeeded in narrowing the location of sites in each subunit that are involved in several key binding interactions.
Mohammad Mehana Al Qubaisi, chairman of Manazel Real Estate, said: "Al Reef Downtown is a key binding agent in bringing together the surrounding villages, where it will serve as a hub for residents looking for the highest standards of service and luxury.
The report identified the key binding constraints to private sector led growth which include low domestic savings and vulnerability to external shocks, low skills and absence of a competitive human resource base and inward orientation of firms and low technology content.