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hot zone

n
(Computer Science) computing a variable area towards the end of a line of text that informs the operator that a decision must be taken as to whether to hyphenate or begin a new line
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Data requests from applications are processed by our energy gear-shifting mechanism, in which the neural-network prediction technique is utilized to classify data and distribute to the Cold Zone or Hot Zone.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) on Tuesday announced the launch of a new Wi-Fi Hot Zone along Chicago city's popular North Michigan Avenue.
These hot zones, according to AT&T, may be bigger than typical Wi-Fi hot spots and are primarily focused on offering outdoor Wi-Fi coverage in areas where data traffic is heavy, such as along the light-rail corridor in Charlotte.
But perhaps more significant for readers who only know Preston from The Hot Zone was the absence of inside-the-cover blurbs like "thrilling" and "action-packed.
When households hit Tier 3 -- which is 1,050 kilowatts per month in the cooler zone and 1,500 kilowatts per month in the hot zone -- they'll pay an extra 5 cents per kilowatt and see their DWP bill skyrocket.
In fact, assistant city manager Brian Day is working with Aristotle on potential future free wireless hot zones in certain city facilities, the first of which will likely be the Willie Hinton Neighborhood Resource Center at 12th and Pine streets.
The thermal expansion of silica sand in the hot zone and weakness of the wet layer can cause a rupture between the two layers, resulting in expansion rat rail, buckle and scab defects.
The company has already successfully piloted its WiFi Hot Zone technology with the delivery of a rural Hot Zone in Appleby in Cumbria.
The web site for the Seal Beach Hot Zone was built by Ace Base Web Design and can be found at http://www.
The Hot Zone became both a hot book (deservedly: it's a good read) and the inspiration for two big-studio movies despite the fact that the very thing it concerns, the unstoppable runaway of a virus worse than bubonic plague, did not happen.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) announced on Wednesday the launch of an AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Zone in Silicon Valley to provide Wi-Fi coverage on Palo Alto's University Avenue, near Stanford University.
After setting up a special Wi-Fi hot zone in Times Square in May, AT&T has now taken a similar step in busy downtown Charlotte, N.