shared load

shared load

[′sherd ′lōd]
(computer science)
A workload that can be shared by more than one computer, particularly during peak periods.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The bill also includes transferred or shared load credits.
A mechanism is then proposed that channels the energy received from all individual cells into one shared load rather than each cell channeling the energy to its own individual load.
"The biggest benefits come in high-stress environments, and people who are married can handle midlife stress better than those who aren't because they have a shared load and shared friendship," Mr.
Variations of the pile-soil stress ratio [n.sub.s] and shared load ratio N are shown in Figure 18.
The classical Doherty architecture illustrated in Figure 1 consists of Main and Auxiliary devices connected to a shared load via an impedance inverting X/4 transformer.
Cross contamination in the kitchen represents the tip of the iceberg and often ignores allergens, pesticides, glutens yeasts, molds and most other adulterants as food moves through distribution channels in shared loads, on dirty pallets and in poorly sanitized trucks.
To start we all shared loaded potato skins, garlic bread, cheese nachos and boneless chicken wings.
Macozoma's team is also studying ways of handling domestic air traffic demand through shared loads with other transport modes such as buses and trains.
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