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Access

The ability or authority to view restricted data or enter a restricted area.
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There are several researches to classify accesses into some classes and assign them appropriate priority.
Lynx is an HTML interpreter that accesses WWW pages, but displays only the text information, with a dark block where graphics images would otherwise appear.
When a user accesses a Java program, all the power of what is essentially an embedded microcomputer is unleashed.
* accesses print and technology-based sources of information; and
The suite is not confined to DB2 databases, but accesses other relational database systems (RDBMS) including Oracle, Sybase, and Microsoft SQL.
The information-literate person has been more specifically defined as one who recognizes the need for information; recognizes that accurate and complete information is the basis for decision-making; formulates questions based on information needs; identifies potential sources of information; develops successful search strategies; accesses sources of information, including computer-based technologies; evaluates information; organizes information for practical applications; integrates information into an existing body of knowledge; and uses information in critical thinking and problem-solving (Doyle, 1994).
Since the SSD does not incur a performance penalty during random accesses, many users can have simultaneous access to the SSD.

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