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filtering

In neuropsychology, devoting selective focus to certain stimuli while ignoring or minimizing others.
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A BPL spokeswoman says the library's board of directors would soon decide on what kind of Web filtering solution to use at the system's 60 locations.
Connection filtering detects many of the methods that spammers use to avoid being traced and also includes mechanisms for blocking spam that comes from known spam senders.
The vast majority of education decision-makers interpret this law to mean their districts have to use commercial filtering software.
Since the effectiveness of filters varies based on airflow, the size of the room and of the particles to be filtered, and how quickly the filtering mechanism needs to be replaced, compare filter efficiencies before investing.
All programs, however, have similar filtering features and the concepts described here can still apply.
Available in five models, the Barracuda Web Filter combines preventative, reactive and proactive measures to form a complete anti-spyware and content filtering solution for businesses of all sizes.
When metal is poured without any filtering device in the runner, a turbulent flow of metal reaches the gate before the runner is completely filled, entraining air in the process.
Clearswift's SpamLogic spam detection software is a key component of its renowned MIMEsweeper product suite, delivering reliable spam filtering and management to companies of all sizes and in all sectors.
However, technical limitations of existing filter materials often result in priming problems and breakage, especially when filtering carbon and low alloy steels.
8e6 Technologies, a security company dedicated to Internet filtering and reporting, today announced the general availability of its new laptop filtering solution for the enterprise market.
To illustrate the benefits of filtering molten metal, Ford Motor Co.