staticize

staticize

[′stad·ə‚sīz]
(computer science)
To capture transient data in stable form, thus converting fleeting events into examinable information.
To extract an instruction from the main computer memory and store the various component parts of it in the appropriate registers, preparatory to interpreting and executing it.
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Nekrasov democratized railroad administration and then enlisted the venerable Georgii Plekhanov in a futile effort to help "staticize" the railroad workers' union, which shut much of Russia's transport down in September, as it had in 1905, but refused to do so in late October in the hope that Bolsheviks would make things better.
By contrast, the extruded lens was horizontal and tended to staticize so dust settled and accumulated.