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reset

[′rē‚set]
(computer science)
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Prior to resetting, it is best to back up all data to make sure important settings, data and other information can be restored.
The main idea behind it is: if the algorithm finds a reset sequence for small set of trigger states, and validates the same reset signal against much larger set of trigger states, then we may say this is a resetting sequence for the circuit used.
In a six-month trial of the lightweight, hand-held tools, musicians all over the country have learned to ward off pain and injury by incorporating Glove into their practice routines, ninety-second warm-up with the WOW and less than two minutes of resetting with The Reset Glove.
This effectively results in resetting the interest rate from the remarketing date to the stated maturity date based on a predetermined formula.
But elsewhere, a more general attitude has been: Why not sell that extra option, get cheap money for a few years, and worry about the resetting exposure later on?
There is an extremely tight correlation between the effects of light on the clock and its resetting, and the effects of light on the genes and AP-1," Takahashi says.
This new family of reset timers is designed with a variety of delay times for resetting mobile devices and product options that provide both fixed and selectable delays, single- or dual-button reset, and fixed or variable reset pulse widths.
Interestingly, the yield variance between a quarterly resetting floater and a 90-day money-market instrument is not so much due to greater risk but to market inefficiency caused by a smaller universe of informed buyers.