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Write-Back

An increase in the value of an asset after a previously made write down, which is a record of a decrease in value. A write-back may have capital gains tax implications, as higher value generally translates to higher taxes.
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However, in many cases the amount of instructions that writeback per cycle is smaller than the amount that fetch, decode, and issue/execute per cycle due to pipeline hazards despite the fact that machines are usually designed to writeback the same number of instructions per cycle that they fetch and execute [Hennessy and Patterson 1996].
This boost is mainly due to a one-time writeback of Rs 441 crore attributable to business reorganization.
It also said provisions for the funded and unfunded investment portfolios totalled a net writeback of Dh1 million in the first quarter of 2012.
Provisions for the period were also dramatically reduced from $18m in 2010, to a writeback of $600,000 in 2011 due to overall better credit management.
This was helped by the EUR34m writeback of "badwill" that was gained when Air France bought KLM for under its shareholder value.
The loss before taxation, exceptional items and the writeback of goodwill was pounds 140,966 compared to pounds 147,523.
Caching and writeback policies in parallel file systems.
But a byte store to a fast ECC writeback cache involves:(3)
FS&OP Manager provides a fresh approach to traditional S&OP by balancing forward-looking supply and demand at any level of the product hierarchy combined with interactive what-if scenario workflows, approvals and decision writeback to operational systems.
Mr Howard said the pounds 36 million loss on the sale, which includes a goodwill writeback of pounds 24 million, will be charged as an exceptional item in the annual results and would not have a material impact on gearing.
Several recent research projects have tried to improve file system performance in a number of other ways, including log-structured file systems [Rosenblum and Ousterhout 1991], disk block clustering [McVoy and Kleiman 1991; Seltzer and Smith 1995], and delayed writeback [Mogul 1994].