Definitions for "Initialization"
Keywords:  almanac, gps, projet, remembers, utc
Phase of a projet where the first elements to build the project are produced
Refers to the procedure of telling a new GPS receiver where it is, when it is turned on for the first time. Information required for initialization includes approximate present position in latitude/longitude coordinates, the current local time and date.
The first time a GPS receiver orients itself to its current location. After initialization has occurred, the receiver remembers its location and acquires a position more quickly because it doesn't need a large amount of satellite information.
The processing of a set of uninitialized initial conditions for a model. The processing could, e.g., be a filter to remove undesirable gravity waves which could otherwise amplify and degrade the forecast.
Any method that modifies observed atmospheric initial conditions so that high- frequency oscillations are removed from a subsequent forecast with an NWP model. See dynamic initialization, normal mode initialization.
Keywords:  smart, eeprom, goal, batch, load
First stage of the card issuing process. The goal of this process is to load all the data common to one application into the smart card's EEPROM.
Programming a smart card chip with data that is the same for a batch of cards.
An initialization is a goal that is executed when the file in which the initialization is declared is loaded. An initialization is declared as a directive :- initialization Goal.
Keywords:  const, indeed, variable, int, assign
Initialization is the assignment of a value to a variable for the first time. Do not confuse initialization with declaration - they are distinct operations. Take the following example: 1: int a; // Declaration 2: a = 1; // Initialization Inner Class Most classes are defined at the top level. Any class or interface defined within a top level class is considered an inner class. There are four categories of inner classes: Top-level nested Classes and Interfaces, Non-static Inner Classes, Local Classes, and Anonymous Classes.
Initialization is the act of assigning a value to a variable for the first time or it can also be a series of actions taken to create a situation. For example, the initialization phase of a socket program would include getting the protocol and port number, determining the remote server's address, and creating and binding a socket.
is the process of setting the initial value of a variable. It is very similar to assignment but is not identical: Initialization is done only once for each variable, when that variable is created, whereas assignment can be done as many times as desired. In particular, you cannot assign a value to a const, but you can, and indeed must, initialize it when it is created.
Returns the printer to its defaults (fixed set of conditions). This happens every time you turn on the printer or reset the printer.
A reset procedure which places default values ("factory settings") into some or all parameters. (See "Default")
The act of returning the printer to its defaults (fixed set of conditions).
Keywords:  handshaking, telco, entry, isdn, gear
The process by which an ISDN terminal adapter is registered as on line to the telco central office (see entry). Generally, initialization occurs while powering on the ISDN equipment and is accomplished through a series of "handshaking" steps. Once initialized, the ISDN gear is capable of placing and receiving calls.
The entry of a set of process parameters (performed by a human or automatically loaded from a file) that are necessary to begin a software process.
(computer science) the format of sectors on the surface of a hard disk drive so that the operating system can access them and setting a starting position
Initialization defines the configuration in which the Application Under Test is to be started for testing.
The process of bringing a system to a predetermined operational state. The start-up procedure typically tests hardware, verifies the firmware load, and starts normal service.
an abbreviation that is formed by combining the initial letter of each word in a multiword term
Keywords:  parity, erases, fields, ready, zeros
Setting data fields on a card.
The process of writing zeros to the data fields of a logical drive and generating the corresponding parity to bring the logical drive to a Ready state. Initializing erases previous data and generates parity so that the logical drive will pass a consistency check. Arrays can work without initializing, but they can fail a consistency check because the parity fields have not been generated.
Initialization is the process of making a disc recordable on the camera. If there is any image data that was recorded before initialization, the image data will remain on the disc when initialization is executed again.
Keywords:  formatting, low, level, see
See low-level formatting.