system operation

system operation

[′sis·təm ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
The administration and operation of an automatic data-processing equipment-oriented system, including staffing, scheduling, equipment and service contract administration, equipment utilization practices, and time-sharing.
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The MD who made the disclosure at the Market Operator's Participants/Key Stakeholders 2019 3rd Quarter Interactive Forum held in Abuja said the unbundling will birth a separate Transmission Service Provider (TSP) while the Independent System Operation (ISO) will be with the market operators.
He directed to complete the scheme within two weeks and make the sewerage system operation at earliest.
National Grid adapts the system operation to embrace these changes.
This is a study guide for state Water System Operation certification examinations that adhere to the Associated Boards of Certification Need-to-Know criteria.
Check out the NBC Ventilating System Operation or Chemical Defense System Operation section of your -10 TM for the right way to use your NBC/M3 heater.
The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), the EU body responsible for coordinating Community-level regulatory tasks in the field of energy, closed its public consultation on the draft framework guidelines on system operation, and published stakeholders' responses, on 25 October.
While observing the drying system operation on a computer screen, a maintenance technician at one pre form plant noted the heating and cooling trends of the desiccant regeneration system.
Offering key features such as secure virtualization, continuous system operation, and multiservice scale, the Cisco XR 12000 provides intelligent routing solutions scaling from 2.5 gigabits-per-second (gpbs) to nX 10 gbps per slot.
Supporting all of these systems may seem a daunting task for a staff of professionals and technicians, but AV system operation can be integrated with IP networking technology for centralized control over wide areas.
The DAQStation CX features include a variety of screens, such as faceplates and tuning screens, for system operation and monitoring.
In addition to the wiring itself, the AAIPT is attempting to mitigate the potential effects of wiring damage by detecting and isolating electrical short circuits and limiting the effects of short circuits on system operation.
This results in more accurate information (fewer errors), more timely information (online updating) and lower system operation costs (no duplicate data entry).

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