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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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This geography, known as Output Areas (OAs), is computed from the Census database using an automated system developed by David Martin (2002).
These SOAs were constructed from four to six output areas, formed so that they are homogenous in population size (mean population 1,500).
The posts are to be axed in BBC Wales content and output areas.
The 2013-2014 programme output areas deliberately focused at policy and institutional alignment, and to provide effective interface with meaningful citizen participation.
Swansea has an above average level of deprivation, with 17 (12%) of its 147 Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) now ranked in the top 10% most deprived in Wales, as measured by the Wales Index of Multiple Deprivation 2011.
The Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation 2011 showed Butetown had dropped to number 68 on the list of 1,896 so-called lower layer super output areas (LSOAs) in Wales.
2) Support for families with children pre-birth to 5 years in identified Super Output Areas (SOAs) as part of the Sure Start Children~s Centre (SSCC) offer;
Meanwhile 31% of the Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in Neath Port Talbot fall within the 20% of most-deprived in the country, but it still ranks sixth out of 22 local authorities on the UK Peace Index in Wales.
THE NUMBERS Percentage of lower super output areas (LSOAs) of each local authority that are in most deprived 10% of Wales Merthyr Tydfil 25% Rhondda Cynon Taf 17.
Logitech's product portfolio is an exciting addition to Daisytek's lineup, giving us great new products in the input and output areas, including cordless peripherals for the desktop and beyond.
1980), containing the kitchen and output areas, and a large part of the dining areas.
More than half the Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in Wales - which each contain around 1,000 people - have seen an increase in the percentage of the population who have been convicted of a crime and burglary rates have risen in 40% of them.