reconfiguration


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reconfiguration

(ˌriːkənˌfɪɡʊˈreɪʃən)
n
the act or process of reconfiguring a system, computer, organization, etc
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* [right arrow] [subset or equal to] x Adop X C is the reconfiguration relation.
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.
Tenders are invited for the proposed works comprise of extensive demolition works to the existing structure, consisting of a complete reconfiguration of the internal layouts and structures, demolition and removal of the existing external fire damaged structures to the rear, demolition and clearing out of the existing internal structures throughout, partial retention of three number boundary/party walls, reconfiguration of front of house facilities, auditorium space including construction of upper balcony, reconfiguration and construction of back of house facilities (library and theatre), construction of additional floor levels to front and rear.
AT the Betsi Health Board Meeting 25th July under heading 'Strategy Services Update', evidence was quoted from "Reconfiguration of NHS services" 2017 by the King's Fund.
As part of the ARI Reconfiguration Project (ARP), improvements have been made to inpatient surgical wards, departments and theatres.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock referred the case to the Independent Reconfiguration Panel for advice on whether a full review is necessary.
With growing instances of kidnapping and banditry across the country, a legal practitioner, Jiti Ogunye has called for an immediate reconfiguration of the nation's internal security system.
Emirates completes reconfiguration of all 10 Boeing 777-200LRs In a significant fleet renewal milestone, Emirates airline has completed the reconfiguration of its last Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.
Network reconfiguration and distributed generation (DG) allocation are proposed approaches for loss minimization and system improvement.
DUBAI -- Emirates Engineering has successfully completed the reconfiguration of the second Boeing 777-200LR aircraft in its fleet.
ISLAMABAD/DUBAI -- Emirates Engineering has successfully completed the reconfiguration of the second Boeing 777-200LR aircraft in its fleet.

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