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Namespace

In computer languages, the context in which a term can have only a single meaning. For example, two files may not have the same name within a directory. In this case, the directory forms the namespace for the files.
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using System; using PostSharp.Aspects; using PostSharp.Aspects.Advices; using log4net; namespace LoggingPostSharp{ [Serializable] public class LoggingAspectIT : InstanceLevelAspect{ [Introduce Member (OverrideAction = MemberOverrideAction.Ignore)] publicILog _Logger{ get{ return LogManager.GetLogger(typeof(Procesador)); } } } } Las figuras 8, 9 y 10 muestran una solucion PostSharp a ejemplo de figura 1.
where each new term is assigned a single namespace that is denoted by its subscript, the left side of a description is a name, and the right side is an expression that refers to other term descriptions in the ontology.
The 360 terms overlapping the all_list and query_list in the Venn diagram (Figure 2) represent terms from gene products that are annotated with the query term but have other terms in the Biological Process namespace that are not either a parent or a child of the query.
OpenStorage solutions provider Nexenta Systems announced on Tuesday Namespace Cluster, which allows users to connect thousands of nodes to work together as one file system.
This directive results in the UnitsML schema being brought into the host schema within the host schema namespace. The element <include> brings in definitions and declarations from the UnitsML schema into the host schema.
At this point of software development the place within the project of the integrated resource representing this XML schema should be known, as well as the namespace for XML files of this type.
Assignment of identifiers within a URN namespace usually requires approval by a central authority, which may delegate this responsibility to others.
The end user sees a single namespace, which is connected to Nirvanix's scalable storage nodes behind the scenes.
Revolutionary storage technologies have emerged to address file data management challenges, including Global Namespace. The technology allows users to access files without knowing their location, just as they access Web sites without knowing their IP addresses.
File virtualization also must recognize stub files and offer global namespace functionality at the granular file level.
The Panasas storage solution delivers scalable capacity and bandwidth within a single global namespace, and additional storage shelves can be added to meet both existing and future storage performance requirements.