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ker·nel

(ker'nĕl),
The central portion of the software expression of a mathematical algorithm, as in computed tomography.
[O.E. cyrnel, a little corn]

kernel

whole grains and the meats of nuts and stone fruit pips or pits.
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When executing user-space applications, Linux keeps its entire kernel memory mapped in page tables protected from access.
According to 2015 data from industry researcher Oil World, global demand for palm kernel oil continues to increase, growing by about seven per cent since 2011.
A report from 9to5Mac states that Apple's recent battle with the FBI is one of the reasons for opening the kernel to developers.
kernel produces about 12-13% good quality edible oil with oleic acid as the major fatty acid which accounts for about 45%,followed by stearic acid, which requires no further processing[5, 6].
3 kernel is more essential as some kexts such as the sandbox kext, signature check kexts [AMFI], etc, are not static and tend to shift its location on every recompile," explains iH8sn0w.
There is limited information on the relations between the traits affecting kernel percentage and productivity of walnut and evaluation with path analysis.
We proposed a novel kernel called word-combination kernel.
The integration work will allow a developer to use the Linux kernel to run an Android system; to develop drivers for either the Android kernel or the Linux kernel; and to reduce or eliminate the burden of maintaining independent patches from release to release for Android kernel developers, according to the Android Mainlining Project.
LTSI is an important effort because it will allow vendors to share the work of maintaining a common kernel for the consumer electronics industry, resulting in more use of Linux in the industry and increasing contributions from CE makers to the advancement of Linux.
Three replicate kernel samples (100 kernels/sample) were randomly taken from each of the bags stored in laboratory and on-farm at three and six months using a spoon-like sampler.
By acquiring Ukrros, Kernel will double its land bank while slightly increasing its vertical integration into feedstock production," said Pablo Mazzini, senior director in Fitch's European Food and Consumer team.
Because the long-term goal of this research is to help develop strategies for developing oat cultivars with improved kernel size uniformity, the question as to how the multifloret panicle affected kernel size distributions became intriguing.