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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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A namespace allows the administrator to easily manage distributed data, and scale, migrate and load-balance storage without affecting users, and without having to reconfigure desktops and applications.
By including, say, piezoelectric materials (which expand or contract in the presence of electric fields) or so-called magnetostrictive materials (which respond similarly but to magnetic fields), they hope to build autonomous space structures that can reconfigure themselves in response to factors such as age, wear or even the continuous thermal cycle of countless orbital treks in and out of sunlight.
In essence, with reconfigurable computing "you build the processors and instead of reconfiguring a chip, you reconfigure the instruction set, so you can have a highly tuned instruction set for every component of the algorithm.
With the Series 4300 in place, IT managers can immediately respond when wireless carriers make changes or upgrades to their networks by remotely reconfiguring system end-points, rather than sending a service person to manually reconfigure each terminal.
The new class will mean that Northwest Airlines will reconfigure its fleet of international DC-10 and 747 aircraft and discontinue its international first class service on 1 October.
It also allows system administrators to easily reconfigure and restore a system onto completely different hardware or to provision new systems.
General Growth, which owns the mall and agreed to pay for the signal, ran into resistance from other property owners because its initial proposal for the light would also reconfigure the parking lot and eliminate as many as 60 spaces.
Designed to eliminate stranded bandwidth and offer full and sub-wavelength switching support down to 155 Mbps granularity, Ciena's hybrid approach to ROADM provides a flexible way to help carriers reduce the costs to plan, groom, switch and reconfigure optical transport.
The $1 million project will reconfigure production areas to accommodate new manufacturing processes and allow Alle Processing to expand its business.
We decided it was best to reconfigure it as part of the existing wall and make it a permanent fixture.
The simple recovery process leverages Double-Take's real-time protection capability for a continuously updated copy of the data and PlateSpin PowerConvert's OS Portability technology which provides hardware-independent restore, eliminating the need to reinstall or reconfigure a failed system.
The MTA would like to reconfigure that station, but the question is whether they would actually be able to bring it closer to the Staten Island Ferry -- they may or they may not.