write time

write time

[′rīt ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to transcribe a data item into a computer storage device.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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HESWALL Write Time, Write Place: Free adult creative writing workshops, thanks to Arts Council funding.
The write time in NAND flash is much faster than that of NOR devices.
* WRITE TIME: Writer Richard Bevan still has strong local connections and would love to see one of his plays, which is set in the north, staged in Yorkshire
The devices' built-in byte-mode erasing capability allows easy parameter update; and 128-byte page write, together with 5ms write time, results in rapid programming of assembled boards on the production line.
FRAM technology enables this capability owing to its fast write time and virtually unlimited write endurance.
Additional related features include Fit to Time, user-definable frame rates, the ability to write time code to the score and the option to send SMPTE/MTC to external devices.
'Parents choose our schools for their traditions and long and distinguished histories but then they write time after time to say that their daughter will not be at commemoration day or speech day because of some important family event.
13.26 Days (1) Write Time No overhead assumes the RAID controller is doing nothing else but rebuilding the data to the Hot Spare.
"More than once," the poet says at another point, "I've wanted to write time out of my poetry." We feel that he has succeeded.
BIRKENHEAD Write Time, Write Place: Free adult creative writing workshops thanks to Arts Council funding.