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Cache coherency protocols (examples)

Examples of coherency protocols for cache memory are listed here. For simplicity, all miss Read and Write status transactions which obviously come from state I ", in the diagrams are not shown. They are shown directly on the new state. Many of th ...

Lagrangian

Lagrangian dual problem, the problem of maximizing the value of the Lagrangian function, in terms of the Lagrange-multiplier variable; See Dual problem Lagrangian relaxation, the method of approximating a difficult constrained problem with an eas ...

Hogwash

Hogwash or hog wash may refer to: Slang for "nonsense", communication that lacks any coherent meaning Pig swill, food for pigs in liquid or partly liquid form

Vanishing theorem

In algebraic geometry, a vanishing theorem gives conditions for coherent cohomology groups to vanish. Ramanujam vanishing theorem Fujita vanishing theorem Grauert–Riemenschneider vanishing theorem Mumford vanishing theorem Kawamata–Viehweg vanish ...

Laser (disambiguation)

Laser dinghy, a class of small sailing boat Ford Laser, a compact car sold mainly in Asia Pacific markets from 1980–2003 Chrysler Laser, a hatchback car sold from 1985–1986 Plymouth Laser, a sports coupe sold from 1989–1994 LASER Airlines, an air ...

Chemistry-Methods

Chemistry - Methods is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes articles on methods in chemistry. It is a fully open access journal published by Wiley-VCH on behalf of Chemistry Europe and is a sister publication to other scientific jour ...

Scientific integrity

Scientific integrity deals with "best practices" or rules of professional practice of researchers. It stems from an OECD report of 2007, and is set in the context of the replication crisis and the fight against scientific misconduct.

Crisis (disambiguation)

"Crisis" M*A*S*H TV series), a 1949 television series on NBC "Crisis", episode 3 of the 1964 Doctor Who serial Planet of Giants ; may also refer to the original recorded version that never aired Crisis, the alternate title for Kraft Suspense Thea ...

Identity crisis (disambiguation)

Identity Crisis DC Comics, DC Comics seven-issue limited series Spider-Man: Identity Crisis, an eight-part storyline printed in Marvel Comics Spider-Man family of books in 1998

Sulphur Crisis of 1840

The Sulphur Crisis of 1840 was a conflict between the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the United Kingdom. In the 19th century, the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies maintained a large sulphur mining industry and was responsible for most of the worlds p ...

Green screen (disambiguation)

Green screen compositing, or more generally chroma key compositing, is a technique for combining two still images or video frames. Green screen may also refer to: GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals a green chemicals assessment tool. Green-screen dis ...

Reference point

Reference point, a geometrical point used to define the location of another point Reference point, a point within a reference range or reference interval, which is a range of values found in healthy persons Reference point, a measurement taken du ...

CPT

Committee for the Prevention of Torture, Council of Europe Communist Party of Thailand, 1942-1990s Paraguayan Workers Confederation Confederacion Paraguaya de Trabajadores Christian Peacemaker Teams

James William Hindle

James William Hindle is a British singer-songwriter from Yorkshire. He released three albums in the 2000s on Badman Records before re-emerging in the 2010s as a member of Glasgow-based indie rock bands The Pooches and US Highball.

Unidentified Suburban Object

Unidentified Suburban Object is a 2016 middle-grade fiction book written by Mike Jung. It was published in May of 2016 by Arthur A. Levine Books, an imprint of Scholastic Inc. It recounts the story of a middle school girl who has never felt like ...

Karen (slang)

Karen is a pejorative slang term that is used to typify a person perceived to be entitled or demanding beyond the scope of what is considered appropriate or necessary. One of the most common Karen stereotypes is that of a white middle-aged woman, ...

The Autumn Ghosts

The Autumn Ghosts is a 1973 childrens book originally titled The Autumn People, re-printed 1976 with this title. It was written by Ruth M. Arthur, illustrated by Margery Gill and published by Atheneum Books. The book - set in the Scottish Islands ...

Architecture (disambiguation)

Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing buildings and other structure for human use and shelter. Architecture may also refer to:

Cyberspace (disambiguation)

Cyberspace is a term for virtual reality coined by William Gibson. Cyberspace may also refer to: Cyberspace role-playing game, a cyberpunk role-playing game Cyberspace album, a 2000 music album by composer Eloy Fritsch Sometimes used to refer to ...

Cyber

Cybergoth sub-culture CDC Cyber, a range of mainframe computers Cyberculture, emergent cultures based on the use of computer networks Cybersex colloquially Cyberbullying, bullying or harassment using electronic means Cyber Party, a political part ...

CESA

CESA or Cesa may refer to: Controlled emergency swimming ascent, an emergency ascent technique for scuba divers Cesa, a town in Italy Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association. Cryptographic Engine and Security Accelerator like for example Tru ...

Dark Angel

The Dark Angel 1925 film, a silent film starring Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky, now a lost film Dark Angel 1990 film, or I Come in Peace, a science fiction thriller featuring Dolph Lundgren "Dark Angel", a 2009 short film tribute to Sophie Lancas ...

Quinqui (film genre)

Quinqui is a Spanish film genre that was most popular at the end of the 1970s and in the 1980s. The films were centered around underclass delinquents, drugs, and love, and usually starred non-professional actors picked off the street. Notable dir ...

Janos Korner

Janos Korner is a Hungarian mathematician who works on Information theory and Combinatorics. Korner studied Mathematics at the Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest with a degree in 1970 and was then at the Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics of ...

Walter Burke Institute for Theoretical Physics

The Walter Burke Institute for Theoretical Physics is a research center at the California Institute of Technology focused on high-energy physics, condensed matter physics, astrophysics, general relativity, and cosmology. It was founded in 2014.

CIE

Civil Information and Educational Section CIE, General Headquarters, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers in Japan 1945-1952 Cambridge International Examinations, an international examination board Computability in Europe, an international ...

Nikki Baker

Jennifer Dowdell, writing under the pseudonym Nikki Baker, is an American mystery novelist. Her character Virginia Kelly is the first African-American detective to appear in lesbian fiction.

PO Coyo

PO. COYO PT. or commonly called PO Coyo is one of the bus companies from Pekalongan, Central Java. The bus serves passengers from Semarang to Cirebon and also Cirebon to Malang. This company is one of the oldest bus companies in Indonesia.

APAO

In the mid-to-late-1950s, atactic polypropylene was a by-product of the synthesis of isotactic polypropylene iPP using first and early second generation Ziegler-Natta Z-N catalysts, which typically produced about 10-15 wt% of APP. Polymerization ...

Breathing mask

A breathing mask is a mask that covers the mouth, and usually other parts of the face or head, designed to direct the wearers breath to and/or from a particular apparatus. It may mean, or be part of, one of these: Surgical mask, also known as a p ...

31 BC Judea earthquake

The main source on the earthquake is a passage in Antiquities of the Jews by Josephus. It dates the earthquake to the time of the Battle of Actium 31 BC between the forces of Octavius Caesar and Mark Antony. It also dates the earthquake to the 7t ...

PAH

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, one of a class of chemical compounds, organic pollutants PAH world hypothesis, hypothesis that proposes that the use of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons was a means for the origin of life Polyanhydrides, a class o ...

Name (disambiguation)

"The Name", initial episode in the list of Dilbert animated series episodes The Name play, a 1995 play by the Norwegian writer Jon Fosse "Name" song, a song by Goo Dolls from their album A Boy Named Goo

The South African

The South African is an English-language South African online news publication created in March 2003 by the multinational media company, Blue Sky Publications, and it operates as an online news and lifestyle publication with offices in South Afri ...

South African Institute for Maritime Research

South African Institute for Maritime Research is the name of a shadowy paramilitary organization that supposedly performed clandestine operations to support white supremacy in Africa. The SAIMR first became publicly known during sessions of the S ...

Oceanus (disambiguation)

MTS Oceanos, a cruise ship which sank off South Africas eastern coast on 4 August 1991 RV Oceanus, a research vessel operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution USS Oceanus ARB-2, a battle damage repair ship built for the United States N ...

Eua National Park

Eua National Park is a national park on the island of Eua in Tonga. It is the countrys only national forest park and covers an area of 4.51 km 2. The park is located on the east coast of the island and covers a 800 metres band of tropical rainfor ...

Morris Inn at Notre Dame

The Morris Inn at Notre Dame is a Gothic Revival-style hotel owned by the University of Notre Dame and located on the schools campus in Notre Dame, Indiana. The inn was built with a $1 million bequest from Ernest M. Morris, an alumnus who attende ...

APL

Afghan Premier League, a mens football league in Afghanistan Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University Aurora Public Library disambiguation, several Aurora Public Libraries use the APL abbreviation American Protective League, a World W ...

Troll farm

In February 2020, the New York Times interviewed 10 ex-Peoples Mujahedin of Iran MEK members who said that the MEKs Albania camp had a troll farm that promoted the opinions of MEK supporters including Rudy Giuliani and John Bolton and attacked th ...

Algeria–Tunisia border

The border starts in the north at the Mediterranean coast, proceeding overland in a broadly southwards directions via a series of overland lines. In the southern sections of the border straight lines predominate, which eventually veer to the sout ...

Algeria–Morocco border

The Algeria–Morocco border is 1.427 km in length and runs from Mediterranean Sea in the north, to the tripoint with Western Sahara in the south.

Special forces of Algeria

The Algerian Peoples National Armed Forces has several special forces regiments as well as several specialized regiments. In addition, the Algerian security forces also have special units and specialized units.

Mila

Mila, Algeria, a city Mila Province, Algeria Mila, Virginia, an unincorporated community Mila District, Mila Province, Algeria Mila, a subdistrict of the Pidie Regency in Indonesia Mila, a commune in Mila Province, Algeria

Baddari Kamel

Baddari Kamel, was born in 1960 in Biskra, an Algerian city located in east-central of Algeria at the gates of the Sahara. He is a physicist and mathematician occupying the position of rector of the University of Msila, Algeria. He is the Preside ...

Salah Eddin Zaimeche Al-Djazair

Salah Eddin Zaimeche Al-Djazair, commonly referred to as Salah Zaimeche or S. E. Al-Djazairi, is an academic and author specializing in the history of Islam.

Orn

Orn or ORN may refer to: Ornithine, an amino acid that plays a role in the urea cycle. Oran Es Senia Airport IATA code, an international airport in Es Senia, Algeria Olympic route network, a network of dedicated roads linking venues and other key ...

Tri Nations

Generally, Tri Nations refers to a sports competition between three national representative teams. 3 Nations, Tri Nations, or variation, may refer to:

104th Operational Maneuvers Regiment

The 104th Operational Maneuvers Regiment is a special forces regiment from the Algerian land forces. It is also a paratroop regiment like the 116th RMO.

RND

RND may refer to: Rupert Neve Designs Rostov-on-Don, Rostov-na-Donu a city in the south of Russia Rewind RocksnDiamonds, a Boulder Dash clone Research and development R&D, especially in domain names as "&" is not a permitted character. Re ...