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chunk

(chŭnk)
In neurology, informatics, and psychology, a single unit of memory. A chunk is typically a number, name, fact, or other discrete informational element.
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5] illustrates that ChunkStash is designed to be used as a large throughput persistent key-value storage layer for chunk metadata for inline storage de-duplication systems.
In [11], a discrete and slotted model was adopted to study the chunk selection strategy of P2P live streaming.
Place the chunks of fish on top of the stew, toss the ciabatta in olive oil then place on top.
Number _ of _ Chunks = Files x File _ size/Chunk _ size (3)
I watched my chunk get eaten by an 80-pounder right next to the boat, and then directly after that Jesse hooked up another big fish.
See picture 2) Sometimes a chunk has such a twisted grain due to limbs you may need a second wedge to finish.
In P2P streaming systems, content are divided into chunks and overlay peers relay these chunks.
Occupying a large chunk of contiguous space serves the industry's business by allowing toy tenants' customers the convenience of strolling from showroom to showroom come convention time but also helps the industry in its search for a new space in that it gives them added leverage to extract better rents and concessions landlords.
Hash-based solutions suffer from an inherent risk that the same hash might be assigned to two data chunks that are not in fact identical.
For roadwheels, one missing chunk of rubber that measures three by four inches or larger is enough to make your vehicle NMC.
No doubt Fibonacci scholars are aware of the fact that each chunk of seven terms always ends with either 13 or 26.
Chunk cheese, or bars of cheese, account for nearly 30 percent of packaged cheese sales, totaling $6.