direct access

  • 1 Direct access — may refer to: DirectAccess, a network technology in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Direct access, a concept in computer science Direct Access Archive, a proprietary file format Direct access storage device, a secondary computer storage… …

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  • 2 direct access — noun (computing) The ability to access data in a storage and retrieval system directly without having to scan any part of the storage file first (also random access) • • • Main Entry: ↑direct * * * diˌrect ˈaccess [direct access] noun …

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  • 3 direct access — ➔ access1 …

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  • 4 Direct Access —   [engl.], Direktzugriff …

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  • 5 direct access — laisvoji prieiga statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Tiesioginė ↑prieiga prie duomens, neperžiūrint kitų duomenų. Kreipties trukmė nepriklauso nuo duomens vietos tarp kitų duomenų. atitikmenys: angl. direct access; random access ryšiai: dar… …

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  • 6 direct-access — /di rekt ak ses, ak , duy /, adj. Computers. pertaining to the ability to obtain data from, or place data in, external storage without the need to sequentially scan other data contained there. Also, random access. Cf. sequential access. * * * …

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  • 7 direct-access — /di rekt ak ses, ak , duy /, adj. Computers. pertaining to the ability to obtain data from, or place data in, external storage without the need to sequentially scan other data contained there. Also, random access. Cf. sequential access …

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  • 8 direct access — di.rect access n [U] technical the ability to obtain ↑data directly from a computer ↑file without starting from the beginning …

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  • 9 direct access — straight approach, immediate entrance, direct approach …

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  • 10 Direct Access —   The ability of an electric power consumer to purchase electricity from a supplier of their choice without being physically inhibited by the owner of the electric distribution and transmission system to which the consumer is connected to. (See… …

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  • 11 direct access —    See random access …

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  • 12 Direct access —   The ability of a retail customer to purchase commodity electricity directly from the wholesale market rather than through a local distribution utility. (See also Retail Competition) …

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  • 13 direct access — UK / US noun [uncountable] computing the ability to get information directly from the place on a computer where it is stored, without having to go through the information that goes before it …

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  • 14 Direct access trading — is a technology which allows stock traders to trade directly with market makers or specialists, rather than trading through stock brokers.[1] Direct access trading systems use front end trading software and high speed computer links to stock… …

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  • 15 Direct Access Archive — Filename extension .daa Developed by PowerISO Computing, Inc. Type of format Disk image Direct Access Archive, or DAA, is a proprietary file format developed by PowerISO Computing for disk image files. The format supports features such as… …

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  • 16 Direct Access Test Unit — Direct Access Test Units (DATUs) are special PSTN phone numbers that terminate at the central office switch in a telephone company s local exchange that provide switchmen and telco technicians with a circuit for testing lines in various ways.[1]… …

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  • 17 Direct Access Storage Device —   [engl.], DASD …

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  • 18 Direct access storage device — In mainframe computers and some minicomputers, a direct access storage device, or DASD (  /ˈdæ …

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  • 19 Direct Access File System — DAFS redirects here. For other uses, see DAFS (disambiguation). Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a network file system that is based on NFSv4 and the Virtual Interface (VI) data transfer mechanism. DAFS uses remote direct memory access (RDMA)… …

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  • 20 Direct-Access Broker — A stockbroker that concentrates on speed and order execution unlike a full service broker that focuses on research and advice. Direct access brokers usually use complicated computer software that allows clients to trade directly with an exchange… …

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