Data Conversion

Technology / Computers / Data Conversion: Refers to translating data from one format to another. It is most commonly used to reformat data that is being transferred from one system to another so that the receiving system can interpret the information correctly.

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Data Adjective Synonyms: facts, information, statistics, figures, details, matter, observations, material(s), text, evidence
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Hazardous Substance Release And Health Effects Database (Hazdat)

Health / Disease / Hazardous Substance Release And Health Effects Database (Hazdat): The scientific and administrative database system developed by ATSDR to manage data collection, retrieval, and analysis of site-specific information on hazardous substances, community health concerns, MORE

Fumikomidatami

Life Style / Tea / Fumikomidatami: tatami mat next to the host, where the tea is placed when offered to the guest MORE

Fourth Down Conversion

Entertainment / Football / Fourth Down Conversion: The act of using a fourth down play to make a first down. These are comparatively uncommon. If a team is close enough, they will generally attempt a field goal on fourth down. Otherwise, they will usu MORE

High-Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD)

Technology / Cell Phones / High-Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD): The final evolution of circuit switched data within the GSM environment. HSCSD enables the transmission of data over a GSM link at speeds of up to 57.6kbit-s. This is achieved by concatenating consecu MORE

Infrared Data Association (IrDA)

Technology / Cell Phones / Infrared Data Association (IrDA): A membership organization founded in 1993 and dedicated to developing standards for wireless, infrared transmission systems between computers. With IrDA ports, a laptop or PDA can exchange data with a MORE

Limitation On Conversion

Business / Finance / Limitation On Conversion: Applies mainly to convertible securities. Possible delay in convertibility. More frequently, the right to convert may be terminable prior to a redemption date, preventing the holder from receiving a f MORE

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