translation layer

translation layer

A layer of software (or hardware) that converts one set of codes into another. See abstraction layer.
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Its LightOS[R] software and LightField(TM) storage acceleration card are the first NVMe/TCP solutions to provide a Global Flash Translation Layer (GFTL) running over high-performance standard networks.
BlueCache also eschews the use of a Flash Translation Layer (FTL), favoring direct access to the raw NAND.
Furthermore, because these elements are fine-grained and specific, there is really no significant barrier to simply writing a translation layer to another metadata standard such as Dublin Core, provided that the standard is not too restrictive.
Cho, "A space-efficient flash translation layer for compactflash systems," IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, vol.
This adds a translation layer to the underlying code, adding overhead to instrument communications.
The 'Dynamic Translation Layer' (DTL), which has been developed by Encyclopaedia Britannica's Natural Language Division, provides on-demand translation of any word or phrase that appears in an HTML document, has been launched to help non-native English speakers benefit from online English resources better.
The translation layer converts the intermediate representation into hardware commands.
According to the announcement, Dialog@Site is a robust interface that acts as a translation layer between the OnDisc search menus and http/HTML.
Lexis, Westlaw, and several other online vendors realize the need for an additional translation layer between the user and their service.

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