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noun arrangement, artificium, classification, formula, logical process, manner, means, method, modeof management, operation, order, orderliness, orderly combiiation, organization, pattern, plan, policy, practice, procedure, process, program, recipe, regime, regimen, regularity, scheme, settled procedure, state of order, strategy, technique, way
Associated concepts: commercial system, governmental system, judicial system, legal system, retirement system
See also: arrangement, array, avenue, bureaucracy, codification, complex, contrivance, course, development, device, doctrine, form, guide, hierarchy, institute, means, method, mode, modus operandi, opportunity, order, plan, practice, procedure, process, program, rule, scheme, strategy, usage
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In a multifaceted system like the one under consideration, deciding how to pace investment in the subsystems is not trivial.
If the subsystems were separate, as he claims, one should also see the opposite pattern: kids who speak articulately in the classroom, but cannot speak informally to their parents and peers.
2) The cry for a single storage subsystem to handle file and block accessed data is growing.
In addition, the organization's subsystems will be related to one another and to the external environment in various ways.
ARC International is the world leader in configurable subsystems and CPU/DSP processors that are used by semiconductor companies worldwide to create system-on-chip (SoC) designs that provide a strategic competitive advantage.
Many mainframe shops are charged for subsystems based on the usage of all subsystems and work located on a partition.
This then provides a comparison of working disk subsystems and tape subsystems, not just comparisons of the individual components.
Atmel Corporation -- Atmel has adopted the ARC([R]) Video Subsystem to create multimedia handheld devices.
In this case, the success of the system rests on the ability of the storage subsystem to process large numbers of 110 requests while maintaining acceptable response times to the application(s) it supports.
The ARC Player Subsystem meets the needs of these applications by integrating audio and video onto a programmable subsystem that is based upon a 32-bit CPU/DSP core.
In other words, the connectivity to all storage subsystems, whether they are mainframe or open systems based, can be accomplished over a single common network infrastructure.
ARC's Video Subsystem was compelling because it met the necessary criteria of low-cost and small size, while observing our power budget.