Whitespace


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Whitespace

A slang term for an unexploited opportunity. That is, whitespace is a potential source of profit, almost always associated with some level of risk.
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Type-1: Identical code fragments except some changes in comments, whitespaces and layout.
So what other categories may represent whitespace for L'Oreal?
This whitespace fragmentation can cause unused capacity to add up, lowering the overall utilization of the compute resources.
WhiteSpace Detection Techniques Based on Neighborhood Distance Measurements, Chapter 32 in DAAAM International Scientific Book 2009, pp.
Whitespace Interactive gave the site a new look, but also designed and developed new ways of increasing product recall, such as the 'trolley dash' game.
This will focus on cross device and platform interoperation and creative users' infinite whitespace, radicalising storytelling to a whole new level.
The original logo was developed by Edinburgh firm Whitespace, who spearheaded designs for Tennent's Lager and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
WhiteSpace in Monmouthshire is staging an exhibition called 'Endless Summers' at the start of August which will bring together a mix of colours and textures in contemporary styles.
His first solo exhibition, In Your Face, opens at the WhiteSpace art gallery, Bridge St, Usk, tomorrow.
dizmo overcomes the limitations of existing user interfaces by providing users with its platform-agnostic digital whitespace.
Stylistically designed page elements, right amount of whitespace and apt contrast between the text and the background not only make the Samm Data Services Website every bit easy to read but also remarkably user- friendly.