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Buffer

In computer science, a temporary storage for data before it can be processed. For example, a word processor may put data in a buffer before sending it to a printer, because a computer operates faster than a printer.
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The remaining part of the paper discusses on the following information: section 2 reports the literature work done relevant to buffer utilization on network on-chip, the simulation work of the proposed system is presented in section 3, section 4 is recorded with discussion on the results obtained and finally section 5 concludes the proposed work with the direction for future enhancement.
The LANmark-OF Tight Buffer Universal is most suitable for direct termination by either anaerobic or hot melt connectors as well as with splicing of pigtails, it added.
For buffers with a CAGE code other than 1HFX2, the PQDR must be submitted to TACOM.
This was achieved through the hydraulic linking of the compressible fluids from the buffers from the same end of the railway vehicles, as in figure 1.
We ran computer simulations on lines with five and eight workstations, with total buffer capacities (TB) of eight and 24 units for the shorter line, and 14 and 42 units for the longer (eight-station) line, giving average buffer capacities of two and six units, respectively, for both line lengths.
Grass buffer zones or vegetative filter strips have been investigated as a means of reducing nutrient loads in streams.
Until demand draws down the buffer to two thirds or less, no replenishment is necessary.
We observed maximum (100%) inhibition when the total toxin concentration in the preincubation buffer was [greater than or equal to] 5 ng/mL.
3 Buffer breathes through floor, which can be made almost impervious in winter with rubber mats.
With the United States consigned to the background, Buffer focuses most of his narrative on the Byzantine politics at the UN.
The forest buffer will enhance and increase habitat for upland game and nongame birds, mammals, and waterfowl by increasing mast and fruit production, widening the riparian wildlife corridor, and providing winter cover.
The buffer refers to the use of strategically designed stock and time buffers to improve system responsiveness and protect the system's throughput.