reconfiguration


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reconfiguration

Changing the physical layout of something, such as a work space, a golf course, or the sizes and layouts of rooms in a hotel.

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Following the initial contract award in 2013, 12 Boeing 767-300 aircraft have now been redelivered to Air Canada, after a full cabin reconfiguration programme which includes engineering design, modification kit manufacturing, aircraft modification, certification, as well as overall programme management.
Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration using FPGAs reduce the time for configuration and save memory as the Partial Reconfiguration files (bit streams) are smaller than full ones.
Software reconfiguration [10] is strongly related to the domain of runtime software evolution and adaptation.
Dr Richard Lewis, secretary of BMA Cymru Wales, said: "Mark Drakeford made a commitment to undertake a 'lessons learned' review of the NHS reconfiguration process in Wales once all three rounds of major service reconfiguration across Wales were complete.
The three programmes are being carried out by the Betsi Cadwaladr and Hywel Dda health boards and the South Wales Programme, which covers the reconfiguration of acute specialist services across the five local health boards in South Wales.
Utilizing Xilinx's Partial Reconfiguration feature in Vivado for 7 series devices has empowered Trendium to achieve a successful system on chip architecture while simultaneously meeting our PCI Express requirements," said Stephen Frey, Firmware Engineering Manager at Trendium, Inc.
The state, as part of a regulatory fight with the owners, argues Alyeska simply went about strategic reconfiguration the wrong way, and that the project "remains a work in progress and is not scheduled to be completed until December 2014, at the earliest.
I gave the reconfiguration agenda three years and when I came into the post, I had the For Our Future [higher education] policy which my predecessor Jane Hutt launched and I agreed 100% with.
In line with DCA approach, this study views reconfiguration as the key process of dynamic capability, since it reflects a firm's ability to achieve new resource and routine configurations to meet rapid environmental changes (Gibson and Birkinshaw 2004).
Some members of the district's Budget Committee believe people just don't grasp why the school closures and reconfigurations recommended by Superintendent George Russell are unavoidable.
The optimal reconfiguration algorithms suitable for large distribution system have been reported in the papers [16-17].
The framework is designed to be scalable according to aimed reconfiguration scenario.
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