soft crash

soft crash

[′sȯft ′krash]
(computer science)
A halt in computer operations in which the computer operator has enough warning time to take action to minimize the effects of the stoppage.
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I perform sun salutations while birds chirp away in the treetops above, and waves end their journey with a soft crash on the shore below.
I perform sun salutations while birds chirp away in the treetops above, and waves end their journey with a soft crash on the shore I'm watched solemnly by one around a dozen adopted cats that roam F Zeen resort.
I perform sun salutations while birds chirp away in the tres etops above, and waves end their journey with a soft crash on the shore below.
Purpose of researching innovative driving safety systems, suitable overriding robot platforms and a 3D Soft Crash Vehicle Target are procured.
And since the probe was not made for a landing, it is likely the soft crash landing broke parts of the Rosetta.
Automotive interior parts such as soft crash pads are based on resins and fibers with softness along with impact protection.
In his evidence Mr Middleton said: "It was a surprisingly soft crash, I looked up to congratulate him.