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read/write

(1) Refers to a device that can both input and output or transmit and receive.

(2) Refers to a file that can be updated and erased. If a shared file is given read/write access, it can be changed by someone else on the network. See share.
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Zapalska & Offers teaching Brozik strategies for each (2006) learning preference Table 2 Participant Demographics Traditional Web-assist N=161 N=137 Age 18-24 73% 54% 25-34 20% 30% 35 & older 7% 16% Gender Female 47% 60% Male 53% 40% Employment 1 to 20 hrs/week 32% 20% 21 to 40 hrs/week 62% 62% over 40 hrs/week 6% 18% Table 3 Group Format Statistics N Mean Visual score Web-assist 137 4.51 Traditional 161 4.48 Aural score Web-assist 137 5.52 Traditional 161 5.70 Read/write score Web-assist 137 6.99 Traditional 161 6.42 Kinesthetic score Web-assist 137 6.75 Traditional 161 6.73 Group Format Std.
With "read/write" capabilities caregivers can access the most current resident data and receive important notes (nurse-to-nurse messages) and alerts from the previous caregivers-all at bedside.
The M6S is available with up to 512GB of storage, and features sequential read/write speeds of up to 520MB and 440MB per second and random read/write speeds up to 94,000 and 80,000 IOPS, respectively.
The company said that all of the new SDHC memory cards comply with the SD memory standard v2.00 and the two new SDHC cards announced on Wednesday support class 6 ultra fast read/write speed and a maximum write speed of 20MB/s.
KEY SPECS: The data carriers are available in a variety of shapes, with read/write intervals between 5 mm to 500 mm.
For example, engineers are engaged in research to invent new kinds of read/write heads; to experiment with new materials that have enhanced magnetic properties and improved surface finishes; to maintain signal-to-noise ratios as the magnetic bits and signals become smaller; and to detect and interpret the magnetic signals using ever more advanced algorithms.
In addition, Samsung has improved the cache and interleaving algorithm for data processing, boosting the read/write speed and enhancing user convenience.
HID Corporation of Irvine, California, has introduced iCLASS, a new 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card technology optimized for multiple applications, including physical access control and IT secure authentication.