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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WhiteSpace Health has a development facility in Hyderabad, India.
Whitespace technology, or Whitespace, refers to the unused spectrum in wireless transmission.
Step 2: Connected component analysis and whitespace extraction (Section 2.
Type-3: Copied fragments with modifications in fragments such as include, removed or changed the statements, in addition to variations in identifiers, literals, types, whitespace, layout and comments.
The whitespace cover algorithm considers a collection of rectangular components as well as another component that represents the entire page, , and is a container for all the other components.
How do we make whitespace innovation work for our medtech companies?
Tata Technologies will also unveil the eMO-C, an all-new variant of eMO, aimed at a specific whitespace in the commercial segment on Thursday, 14th March 2013.
Below those boxes, the test design features only whitespace where the current design would display more posts, it added.
Wireless technology company InterDigital Inc (NASDAQ: IDCC) on Monday announced a Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) platform and suite of technologies that enable a network of networks to operate on under used frequencies, including wireless systems such as TV whitespace (TVWS), Wi-Fi and LTE.
The strong use of whitespace to mark out different design elements works while the user content adds life to the page.
uk * Stockton's ARC The theatre has been transformed into an art space and high level art installation WHITESPACE has taken shape.
The EcoBreeze takes up zero whitespace, enabling IT managers to utilise available space within the data centre to increase its capacity without having to allot any dedicated area to include additional cooling units.