output class

output class

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚klas]
(computer science)
An indicator of the priority of output from a computer that determines the order in which it is printed from a spool file.
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For any output class A [subset or equal to] P lower and upper approximations approaching A closely from inside and outside are defined [11].
If output class is fuzzy then it may be possible to assign fuzzy memberships for output class subjectively.
This leads to twice the output of 30 watts (electric) from the same chip and package area compared to the existing version, adding another output class to the Osram Ostar Stage product family.
The micro-channel heat exchangers (MCHX) from the GLAC 4131-8321CD2 range, already proven effective in the higher output class, are used as condensers.
In these figures, the output class decision from the controller is given in a large bold font to the right of the analysis and computation windows.
Output measures needed also to be provided by which the quantity, quality and timeliness of each output class could be assessed.
The STG Toshiba will supply and install is in the world s largest output class and achieves the highest energy efficiency currently available.
Depending on the output class involved, the BEVkeg can be supplied in two different variants, firstly as a preform and secondly as a container that is rolled up following the blow-moulding process and correspondingly compressed.
Its sound power level(3) is about three decibels(4) lower than a comparable liquid-cooled-engine, low-noise electrical generator(5) in the same power output class.
Not only does this make integration into the control system easier, it also makes it possible to change from one output class to another.
Matthias Vogel, Head of Power Generation Business at MTU Onsite Energy, said, The new genset is quieter, more compact and more efficient than the models previously available in this output class.