record length


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record length

[′rek·ərd ‚leŋkth]
(computer science)
The number of characters required for all the information in a record.
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To add digital debug capabilities, there is an MSO option which adds 16 digital channels with maximum waveform capture rate up to 1.25GSa/s and a record length up to 62.5Mpts.
The first criterion for temperature station selection was record length: the data from some stations were discarded if the time series was less than 15 years long.
These series were used to evaluate the effect of record length through regression analyses.
Before his 60-meter-long cigar, el Cueto had already rolled other cigars of record length.
TMX QuantumFeed supports TMX Datalinx's strategy to offer low-latency data feeds with predictable performance using TMX's eXtreme Message Transfer Protocol (XMT) and binary fixed record length data format," stated Eric Sinclair, president, TMX Datalinx and Group Head of Information Services.
The Brigade were the impetus behind the establishment of the Bomb squad, and the centre of a conspiracy trial that was of record length; and the case fuelled a public belief in police corruption, and the role of personal vendetta in prosecution and investigation.
The instrument can be run in a high-repetition-rate mode to record the real-time evolution of a signal with both ultrafast resolution and nearly endless record length, conditions that were never before obtainable by such an instrument.
This second bore was 42 inches in diameter and qualifies as a new world record length crossing.
He stayed there almost 13 years, a record length. He was minister of culture, then, in 1988, minister of education, becoming minister of foreign affairs, in 1992.
To examine whether the changes in precipitation statistics are simply a result of differences in record length, precipitation depths for 24-hour events of various recurrence intervals (two-year, 10-year, 25-year, 50-year, and 100-year) were determined from 30-year intervals every 10 years during the period 1901 to 2000.
SALTS has always used up-front edit checking for record length and data content, to ensure files are correct before being submitted.
"The record length is 16,000ft which is long for a rope," he agrees.