cold start


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cold start

n
(Computer Science) computing the reloading of a program or operating system
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cold start

n cold starting (Am) n (Comput) → partenza a freddo
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According to the report, the Cold Start doctrine is intended to allow India's conventional forces to perform holding swift and unexpected attacks.
These statistical data provide important information for quantification of cold start emissions as described in Section 3.
The team also brought home awards for most improved machine, best cold start, best design, draw bar pull award and best hybrid paper.
He said that the Cold Start Doctrine is not in the interest of the region.
A really cold start to 2010 everywhere but it looks as though especially the north.
In general, the same procedures should be used on a cold start as those employed in a full sinter up to the point that the furnace temperature reaches 1,600F and is held there for a one to two hour soak.
The VDB circuit breakers affected are CB13 (50-amp cold start switch), CB 14 (105-amp power unit access door switch), and CB20 (105-amp rear ramp switch).
And that was the good news, since the Trojans trailed by only single digits even with that cold start.
Heavy rain followed by very dry weather is said to have hit crop yields, as did the cold start to the year.
When active mode is needed, the MCU's fast-start system oscillator, which stabilizes in a short 20 microseconds (us) from a cold start, quickly and efficiently energizes the resources needed for the task to be performed.
Forecasters said most of the country would get off to a cold start with occasional patches of fog which could be slow to clear.
Drives have a 50K power cycle rating and spin up in 8 seconds from cold start.