off-line equipment

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n off-line equipment electronic equipment not in direct communication (or under the control of) the central processing unit
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Usage

In literature:

Slowly the men dragged themselves off the ground and fell into line, drooping under the weight of their equipment.
"Three Soldiers" by John Dos Passos
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In news:

Tucson News NowFord Marks Milestone As 500,000th EcoBoost-Equipped Vehicle Rolls off Line in Louisville.
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In science:

The Poisson cloning model GP C (n, p) equipped with the cut-off line algorithm enables us to very precisely analyze the sizes of the largest component and the t-core of G(n, p).
Poisson Cloning Model for Random Graphs
Though it is not possible to use all of the nice properties of Poisson random variables any more, we believe that the (di )-cell equipped with the cut-off line algorithm can be used to prove stronger results for the t-core problems considered in various papers including [22, 33, 34, 43, 58].
Poisson Cloning Model for Random Graphs
We believe, the unit clause algorithm and some of its variations can be analyzed using the Poisson cloning model equipped with the cut-off line algorithm.
Poisson Cloning Model for Random Graphs
The beam line is equipped with a set of dedicated on-axis and off-axis detectors at two different distances, 280 meters, and possibly, at a later stage, 2 km as shown in Figure 7.
Future neutrino oscillation facilities: physics priorities and open issues
The beam line is equipped with a set of dedicated on-axis and off-axis near detectors at the distance of 280 meters.
Future neutrino oscillation facilities
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