unambiguous name

unambiguous name

[¦ən·am′big·yə·wəs ′nām]
(computer science)
The name of a file or other data item that completely specifies the item to a computer system.
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Walsh said, 'Bank Australia is a strong and unambiguous name that represents the proud heritage of the 60-plus financial co-operatives that make up the bank, as well as the hundreds and thousands of people who have been customers and owners of the bank since its inception 58 years ago.
The report, which has the unambiguous name The Case for Change, is set to form the evidence in favour of making changes to the NHS in Wales.
Now, with an unambiguous name, they hope to increase the profile in the town, strengthen links with the local community and make it easier to attract local sponsorship as they take the next step.
When accessing the CD, of which all the contents are in PDF format, it opens into eight files, each with an unambiguous name for the specific product range covered: these include air heaters, boilers, buffer vessels and packaged boiler houses, as well as plate heat exchangers, pressure and booster sets, solar thermal systems and water heaters.
To provide a unique and unambiguous name, rules are given to identify the preferred CRU and to name it using the names of A,B, and C based on current organic nomenclature.