target configuration

target configuration

[′tär·gət kən‚fig·yə‚rā·shən]
(computer science)
The combination of input, output, and storage units and the amount of computer memory required to carry out an object program.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the target configuration EOS and Boinc would run on a single storage node.
The general idea is to be able to reconstruct any target configuration, i.e., position and extent of HR-CTV as well as OAR structures, by correctly setting the model parameters.
Enhancements include support for floating point overflow on unconstrained types, the ability to supply target configuration files and improved support for existing codebases in Ada 83.
Target configuration blocks include Master Block, Simulink Reset Config, Compiler Option and Data Sheet.
When a vendor offers presets, I would choose the preset closest to my target configuration, make sure the Profile is appropriate, and adjust the resolution and data rate to my target settings.
They also need to check provider operations controls for potential regulatory compliance exposure and pilot a bounded implementation of the target configuration. This will clarify the potential service benefits as well as the level of management support that the in-house IT team will still need to provide."
In fact, it vibrates far less than a 22 rimfire, which gives it a positive advantage over the latter, even when it's in a target configuration.
Finally one might ask, "What determines the size and/or brightness of an object in an SRI picture?" In addition to the control settings of the metal detector and the details of the gray-scaling, which were discussed above, apparent size is also determined by four basic factors which are: Scan head size, target size, target material, and target configuration. The image resolution is limited by the scan head diameter.
Of the Navy F-4s converted to the full-scale aerial target configuration, initially as QF-4Bs and later QF-4Ns, the QF-4S version is the last Navy Phantom II variant.
In order to improve security in the data center for the storage network, a company should begin with a review of the infrastructure in its current configuration, as well as its target configuration, as the storage network is built out.
There were five within-subject variables consisting of the following: depth change (an expanding versus collapsing depth interval), lateral position (fight versus left) of the moving target, target-in-motion (near versus far), target configuration (vertical and horizontal relationship of the targets; see later text), and block (first versus second).
Certainly, Payne explores connections between theoretical and archaeological study, noting that the reconstruction of mostly fragmentary buildings sets difficulties greater than those contained in the stud y of statues: since the latter were generally representations of the human body, the target configuration was known, as was not the case with buildings.