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standard parallel

A parallel on a map or chart along which the scale is as stated for that map or chart.
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The Project Is In The Dalmatian Street Provided A Total Of 97 Standard Parallel Parking Spaces Dimensions Of 5.
Preliminary testing with the new geometry has shown that it will provide the same results as the standard parallel plate geometry in the DSR.
Engineers can use a microprocessor and interface with it by standard parallel input.
As well as a standard parallel and USB interface, network connection is available as an option.
Enterprise servers have long used the standard parallel SCSI 3.
Available gear ratios range from 5:1 to 75:1 for right angle units, and 5:1 to 30:1 for standard parallel shaft.
A standard parallel is a continuous line that is parallel to the baseline.
Available gear ratios range from 5:1 to 180:1 for the right angle series and 3:l to 180:1 for the standard parallel shaft series.
Whereas Milacron's standard parallel twin-screw has a 26:1 L/D, the foam machine is much longer--more than 40:1--to accomplish both heating and cooling in one extruder.
Users can also print directly from a PC via standard parallel cable.
You may need to tinker with your system configuration to make sure that it is set to EPP (enhanced parallel port) to make use of this speed, but the standard parallel port transfer rate of 1.
Also, industry standard parallel programming environments, such as MPI, PVM, and BSP, commonplace across the spectrum of high-end supercomputers, are also available for, and are well suited to, Beowulf-class systems.

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