reconfiguration


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reconfiguration

(ˌriːkənˌfɪɡʊˈreɪʃən)
n
the act or process of reconfiguring a system, computer, organization, etc
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Contract notice: Provision of maintenance and reconfiguration services for the application of the national medical rescue command system along with the equipment infrastructure (swd prm)
Therefore, it is necessary to probe more deeply the reconfiguration production systems through which it can make changes for the purpose of cost-effective elimination of adverse evolving conditions in the production system.
Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are most popularly used for reconfiguration purpose.
ABSTRACT: In this paper a new approach for solving the reconfiguration problem in distribution systems with radial network structure is presented.
Reconfiguration is widely used for evolving and adapting systems that cannot be shut down for update.
Ann Lloyd, who headed the NHS in Wales for eight years until her retirement in 2009, has been commissioned by Health Minister Mark Drakeford to lead the review into the reconfiguration programme, which has prompted widespread concern about the centralisation of services and the downgrading of some units.
I applaud the reconfiguration of traffic lanes on Route 122 in Tatnuck.
The outline of this paper is as follows: In the next section, we discuss relevant background information pertaining to surrogate computing, automatic reconfiguration, remote servers, and mobile middleware.
By RHODRI BARKER @dpanglesey A REVIEW to identify the "lessons learned" from the first phase of the reconfiguration of NHS Wales has been launched.
The clamps are unique in that they easily allow for placement or reconfiguration in a matter of seconds.
As part of this reconfiguration, committee members are carefully restructuring ASABE's many technical committees to better reflect biological and agricultural engineers' engagement within the Society.
The reconfiguration of services at Dewsbury, Pontefract and Pinderfields hospitals was referred to Mr Hunt after a joint Wake-field and Kirklees health panel failed to agree the proposals last year.

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