off-line processing

off-line processing

[′ȯf¦līn ′prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
Any processing which takes place independently of the central processing unit.
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Off-line processing is when the egg processing facility is situated elsewhere from the production facility.
This breakthrough brings the technology a step closer to reality compared to previous experiements using off-line processing.
In addition, Volante supports deployment into both real-time and off-line processing environments, as mandated by the new AC standard.
The book offers simple rules for assembly line workers to follow to maintain flow, plus guidelines for batch and off-line processing, subassembly feeder lines, and debugging the line, illustrated with b&w line drawings.
Multi-process presses, especially those with narrow web configurations, from 370 to 430 mm (typical widths of XFlex X6 multi-process presses for labels), ideally meet short runs and just-in-time deliveries, jobs usually unadapt to larger machines requiring more than one pass and off-line processing.
It allows you to recover from errors quickly, reduces the risk that off-line processing might exceed its batch window, and improves the availability of your online CICS systems.
Secure Computing's Secure Web Reporter combines real-time views of an enterprise's Web events and activities with powerful off-line processing that scales to quickly process volumes of data and meet large enterprise reporting demands.
Off-line processing for the Food Moderation concept may require additional memory capacity to accommodate program requirements
a provider of business continuity software solutions, has announced that the Israeli branch of IBM Global Services, the industry's largest business and information technology services provider, has successfully deployed an XOsoft WANSync-based off-line processing solution for enhanced data availability at Bank Leumi's LeumiCall center.
Another way costs were reduced was through the off-line processing of the Sienna headliner.
As a result, many insurance companies haven't developed their own client applications for claims processing and estimating losses, mainly due to the need for off-line processing when out of the wireless coverage area.
In off-line processing plants-where eggs are brought in from outside operations-initial internal egg temperatures of 62 F to 68 F are likely.