target pack

target pack

[′tär·gət ‚pak]
(computer science)
A disk pack that is used to maintain systems software and, in particular, to hold a copy of a system control program on which modifications are made and tested.
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If you sell a $30 BB gun, then a $3 pack of BBs, a $2 target pack and a $1.
The four and six man SAS patrols provided a target pack for the bombers including photographs, drawings and even suggested vectors of attack.
For each trial, there was a single response and its associated target pack (either static or dynamic).
By this method, an analyst could review the entire target pack and rank-order them as usual.
Periodically during the course of the experiment, the experiment coordinator provided an analyst, who was blind to the target choice, with a set of responses and associated target packs for analysis.
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The Target Packs are available at most major discount stores and independent sporting goods dealers.
For example, the experimenter may give them sealed target packs to work with at home.
The people who prepared the target packs and the individual who prepared the judging packs occupied offices within 15 meters of the analyst's office.