ISCSI, like standard SCSI, is a block-based storage protocol layered
underneath the file system.
Longer focal lengths compress information, while wide-angle lenses can create a richly layered
sense of depth.
An avalanche happens when the force of gravity (pull toward Earth's center) is stronger than the forces that cement snow particles together between a slab and a weak layer
. Once weather conditions set up weak layers
in a snowpack, all it takes to start a slide is a little extra pressure (force applied over an area) to crush the weak layer
and send the slab sliding off the top.
Atop those undisturbed sediments is a 100-meter-thick layer
of rock fractured by the space rock's impact, she and her colleagues report.
The Media Layer
- The media layer
defines service delivery and consists of access devices, such as NGDLCs, digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAMs), voice-over-DSL gateways, and media/trunking gateways.
* On a sprawling 61,000-acre private holding in northern California, Rick Swift, woodlands manager for The Hearst Corporation, has quietly developed one of the most complete GIS layer
decks supporting any private forest operation: close to 30 layers
of information, with heavy emphasis on wildlife.
Figure 2 shows a seven-layer rigid board with three flexible circuit layers
. This odd layer
construction is primarily used for designs that require two-sided shielding in the flex areas, which are mostly driven by strip-line impedance control.
In multilayer coating, the quality of the coated layer
is not only associated with the flow in the coating bead, but also with the wettability characteristics of the different layers
When you do something on a network (for example, send an email from London to New York) think of these layers
as being stacked on top of each other with you at the top on layer-7.
Gartner breaks down fraud prevention into five layers
These products are essentially 2 layers
, made mostly on 3-layer lines.
The concept behind the original design, based on Dow Chemical technology, was that by dividing a coextrusion melt stream across its width and re-combining those new streams as a stack a film could be produced with many layers
but without increasing its overall thickness.