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snapshot

an informal photograph taken with a simple camera

snapshot

[′snap‚shät]
(computer science)
The storing of the entire contents of the memory, including status indicators and hardware registers.

snapshot

(1) A saved copy of the current memory state, along with the contents of all hardware registers and status indicators. It is periodically taken in order to restore the system in the event of failure. See checkpoint/restart.

(2) A saved copy of a file before it is updated. Part of a storage management program, snapshots enable previous versions of files to be brought back for review or to be placed back into use. See shadow copy.
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EPAs Smart Sectors Program developed the sector snapshots app using public data from EPA and other federal sources, offering users access to information about general sector characteristics, environmental performance indicators, and economic data through interactive graphics.
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To determine where an active neuron is located within the brain, Christoph Kirst, a fellow in Rockefeller's Center for Studies in Physics and Biology, developed software to detect the active neurons and to automatically map the snapshot to a 3D atlas of the mouse brain, generated by the Allen Brain Institute.
Quarterly reports highlighting key MMF trends, exposures and allocation developments complement the monthly factsheets and snapshot.
"We were hoping to see agency uptake or the quotes to include Snapshot," said Renwick, and that is happening in two "higher premium states," Florida and Louisiana, where it has been introduced.
Patients fill out a simple survey about the current state of their health, select the health records they want to share and send the snapshot of their health state to their doctor or other healthcare professional on the move or from the comfort of their home or office.
Progressive's decision to raise premiums for policyholders whom Snapshot reveals to be poor drivers is no more than actuarial common sense.
"With some luck, this week may be the last week of 1.8 snapshots! We're hoping to do a pre-release this Thursday if there are no major issues remaining in the snapshots by then," (https://mojang.com/2014/08/minecraft-snapshot-14w34a/) Mojang said via its official website .
Veeam, a specialist in virtualised backup and recovery solutions, has partnered with NetApp to integrate its Backup & Replication solution with NetApp's SnapShot, SnapMirror and SnapVault.
Included with this snapshot is socio-economic data for UK.