Grant applications will be evaluated based on the degree to which CAChe
products will be used for teaching purposes and for innovative curriculum and materials development.
AMERICAN FORESTS joined efforts to protect the Cache
River watershed in 1994 and 1995 by planting more than 150,000 seedlings in a Global ReLeaf Forest there.
2, one may define a cache
group composed of projects with a start date of 1st of January 2000 with an eHealth theme and a project duration larger then 36 months and a second cache
group made up by FP7 projects with a total project cost higher then 5 million euro and ongoing status.
systems generally support standard caching modes, such as write-through, write-back, and read-ahead.
To test for time traveling into the past, Clayton and her colleagues had Western scrub jays cache
mouth-watering wax worms and ho-hum nuts in trays of sand (SN: 9/12/98, p.
Green disappeared from the group for a while to hide the ``La Jolla Valley Jewel Cache
,'' which contained costume jewelry.
5 terabytes of raw capacity and from 4 to 32 gigabytes of global cache
for open systems environments.
While its competitors target the intensive computing and highly specialized modeling needs of theoretical chemists, CAChe
Scientific focuses on the unique needs of bench chemists.
The Company also noted that it opened two new Cache
stores in May and currently operates 267 Cache
The number of disk interfaces determines the maximum number of disks the controller can connect to as well as how much performance the controller can get from requests that miss its cache
Olofson, with more than two decades of IT experience, selected the winning entries based on criteria that included general innovation as well as the breadth and depth of CACHE
technology utilization within the submitted applications.
The end user requests a page from the cache
server just as he would from any Web site, using a domain name that is specific to the caching server.