auxiliary operation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n auxiliary operation a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit
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Usage

In literature:

Religion to them consists in the above operations, and in giving a sum to the Auxiliary.
"Robert Moffat" by David J. Deane
General Monet operated in the north against the rebels with Spanish and native auxiliary forces.
"The Philippine Islands" by John Foreman
It was principally employed with the main army, and was an essential auxiliary in the most important operations.
"Tea Leaves" by Various
Auxiliary rocket motors enabled the operator to make a sphere move sidewise, backward or vertically.
"The Airlords of Han" by Philip Francis Nowlan
The tester will, however, devote his attention to a practical survey of the condenser and its auxiliaries, before running operations commence.
"Steam Turbines" by Hubert E. Collins
Aerial operations had by this time become a powerful auxiliary to the combatants on each side.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume IV (of 8)"
In fact, Si found his bayonet a most useful auxiliary in his predatory operations.
"Si Klegg, Book 1 (of 6) His Transformation From A Raw Recruit To A Veteran" by John McElroy
Sometimes the airships operated in this way as auxiliaries to destroyers, while sometimes they operated alone.
"The Victory At Sea" by William Sowden Sims
This they managed by the use of small auxiliary planes, which were operated by levers and ropes.
"The Romance of Aircraft" by Lawrence Yard Smith
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In news:

The Committee appreciates the important role played in support of the Department of Defense (DOD) and the armed forces by volunteer and Amateur Radio operators who comprise the Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS).
Depending on the frequency of operation through warm months of the year, the auxiliary heater's condition can vary.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary volunteers operate the consignment shop to benefit the local hospital.
The American Legion Auxiliary's Joseph J Jacubic Unit 572 in Parma recently completed a third year of Operation Christmas Card, a program sponsored by Liberty Churches in Shrewsbury, Mass.
30 pm The kitchen will be open and operated by the Goodwill Volunteer firefighters and Auxiliary members.
If the $1.9 million in the athletics reserve fund isn't enough to cover any operating deficit, the campus should have enough fund balances across other auxiliary accounts — such as parking, dining and the bookstore — to cover any shortages.
The FCC Aug 21 proposed prohibiting low-power auxiliary stations, including wireless microphones, from operating in the 700MHz band after the Feb 17, 2009, DTV transition.
The technology we cover includes the drivers, controls, auxiliary equipment systems and all related products and services necessary to design, build and operate a gas compression package.
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In science:

The constraints then act as operators on this auxiliary Hilbert space; the physical Hilbert space consists of those states that are annihilated by the constraints, with a suitable new inner product, acted on by physical operators that commute with the constraints.
Quantum Gravity in 2+1 Dimensions: The Case of a Closed Universe
Q-operator and one V0′ = πz the auxiliary space of the transfer matrix.
Representation Theory and Baxter's TQ equation for the six-vertex model. A pedagogical overview
While we have discussed here the factorization of the auxiliary matrix Qµ into the factors Q± only on the level of eigenvalues, there is a simplified construction which assigns to each of the factors a proper operator; see for details.
Representation Theory and Baxter's TQ equation for the six-vertex model. A pedagogical overview
Then there exist self-adjoint operators Θ, ∆ on K, an auxiliary Hilbert space h and an operator ν ∈ B (K, K ⊗ h) such that M can be written in the form (3.7) and {(φ|⊗1 ν ψ : φ, ψ ∈ K} = h.
Reduced and Extended Weak Coupling Limit
Key to the analysis is the existence of a Lax representation, which encodes the equations of motion ∂α (γ αβ jβ ) = 0 in an auxiliary linear problem, sub ject to a constraint equation in the form of a commutator of Lax operators [Dα , Dβ ] = 0.
A review of integrable deformations in AdS/CFT
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