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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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Data is readily available at any stage all within a single global namespace and all managed through Quobyte's intuitive management console.
MacA&D is scalable from a single user to a large development team with capabilities like design namespaces, powerful import and export features and multi-user team documents.
Technically, the GSPAS ontology conversion reduces to the problem of assigning one or more namespaces to each name in a description and then extracting new descriptions.
This paper presents GOLink, an alternative tool for finding GO terms from across the three GO namespaces that cooccur with a given query term.
to implement containers, such as Linux kernel namespaces and resource
Surpassing almost 1,900 other applicants from around the world, .shabaka (which translates to .web in English) will become the world's first borderless new Top-Level Domain and will provide Arabic speaking Internet users with an alternative to non-Arabic Internet namespaces such as .com, .net and .org.
Surpassing almost 1,900 other applicants from around the world, dotShabaka will become the world's first borderless new TLD and will provide Arabic speaking Internet users with an alternative to non-Arabic Internet namespaces. It will be a domain name available to everyone wanting an Arabic online presence.
Adding Arabic namespaces provides Arabic-oriented space that will facilitate communication, special content and allow means of building bridges for Arabic speaking populations across all continents.
Foy & Tom Phoeniz's INTERMEDIATE PERL (9781449393090, $39.99) picks up where Learning Perl left off and provides intermediate learners with everything from longer programs to understanding advanced topics such as namespaces, object-oriented programming, writing and using modules, strategies and techniques for testing Perl code, and much more.
It begins with basics of the XML language and creating an XML document, then covers supporting languages including XSL, DTD, and XML schema, in addition to namespaces, recent W3C recommendations, and XML in practice in real-life applications.
Compared with the import example shown in Listing 3, we see the difference in namespaces.
Initially, we describe the Delete Service, which is a Knowledge Repository service allowing the removal of existing namespaces from the repository; such removal includes the deletion of the contents of said namespaces, as well as the deletion of any reference to the namespaces themselves that exists in the repository.