reindex

reindex

(riːˈɪndɛks)
vb (tr)
to create a new index for
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Reindex the sensor nodes according to the WCV traveling order (Tsp order) as (0,1,2, *** , n), where 0 represents the service station.
begin strikethrough]If the clerk is directed to include in the record a previously prepared appellate record involving the appellant, the clerk need not reindex or repaginate it.
Rather than presenting the user with a very long list of aggregated articles and associated artefacts, a retrieval facility is much more useful if it can reindex the sub-corpus for conceptual relevance to what the user is looking for.
Reindex, letting n = l + j, and interchange the order of summation.
explanation: E' Mutually reindex memory items: M and M' two explanations.
Knowing that the carrier stops automatically checking for fraud 60 days after claim submission (despite the fact that Central Index Bureau members are required to reindex injury claimants every six months), the perpetrator submits the name of his attorney--who is engaged in the fraud ring--after 60 days.
It looks to me like they do need to reindex the site, as there should have been more than I I hits on balloon angioplasty and prostatitis, given all the journal titles they cover.
Archive vendors' discovery tools also force customers into illogical, expensive and time-consuming workflows, for example requiring them to discard their indexes once a case is complete and then pay to reindex the same data for a subsequent case.
The new database also includes new display functionality that enables users to reindex search results by category, and the service will add new timeline, map, illustration, and bibliography features in the next few months.
The dead links continue to point to the old addresses until someone changes them or the search engines reindex the page.
Additionally, the Utilities pull-down menu enables you to either reindex (if you want to reindex your entire database) or add to your index (if you've simply added documents to your database and you want them indexed).
One of these methods is to use the DBCC REINDEX command to rebuild the clustered and non-clustered indexes.