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packing density

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(Computer Science) computing a measure of the amount of data that can be held by unit length of a storage medium, such as magnetic tape
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Their pattern converts more heat per unit area due to large packing densities enabled by inkjet printers.
If a packing regime is considered to be structured, the coordinates of each particle have a full mathematical description and constant respective porosities and packing densities.
The power reduction allows higher system packing densities, saves cost in the power supply and cooling, and delivers lower power footprints.
Keywords: permutations, packing densities, extremal combinatorics, monotone subsequences
Miniaturisation means that PCB manufacturers are now producing boards with high packing densities and as few layers as possible.
Individual inserts can carry 1, 2 or 4 individual cables providing high cable packing densities.
High packing densities with up to 8 receiver modules are allowed by the modular format in a 3RU frame.
However, Ulm's nanoindentation experiments (poking a tiny dot of cement paste with an even smaller needle and measuring the resistance), which relate the hardness of a nanoscale unit to its packing density, indicate that C-S-H particle strength occurs on a spectrum, suggesting that there could be more than two packing densities.
The plates can provide high packing densities of up to 35 cables per plate, for wiring sizes from 3.
The outer diameter of 16 mm leads to higher packing densities.
Today's continuous miniaturization of components results in high packing densities within enclosures.