pull technology

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pull technology

Specifically requesting information from a particular source. Downloading Web pages via a Web browser is an example of pull technology. Getting mail is also pull technology if the user initiates a request to retrieve it. Contrast with push technology.
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The Push & Pull model is, at its core, a static model in which it is not specified how migration affects the structural, economic and social conditions from the destination country.The Push & Pull model focuses on the premise that the rejection and attraction factors from the destination country are in a relationship of close conditionality.
In this paper, we propose an auto regulated data provisioning model based on receiver-driven data pull model. On this model, we provide a synchronized data replenishment mechanism that implicitly avoids the data buffer overflow as well as explicitly regulates the data buffer underflow by adequately adjusting the buffer resilience.
The pure pull model creates an undifferentiated pool of work; all posts get lumped together regardless of urgency.
In short, we were moving from a pull model to a push model, a move that has completely disrupted and transformed the information and knowledge ecosystem.
Two papers proposed a generic pull model encapsulating the three basic pull control strategies, KCS, CONWIP and BSCS and allows customised pull control strategies such as Hybrid Kanban-CONWIP to be developed (10), (11).
Anceta is moving from pushing data to physicians, "which can feel like they are being judged, to a pull model, in which the physicians get curious about querying the data themselves and find it more useful than just a reporting mechanism," Cuddeback says.
In other way, StAX implements pull model, which events are handled by access applications that are responsible to invoke specific events, avoiding non-necessary events (figure 5).
Since, the market is moving towards pull model, the interface is also optimized from the point of view of search engines.
From a demand perspective, 24/7 accessibility, coupled with an explosion in online search, sparked a transition from a push to a pull model, dramatically shifting customer expectations and behavior.
"Many deliveries are not frequent enough or too frequent, products are being pushed out to the retailer, when ideally the products would be delivered on consumer demand, based on a pull model."