Definitions for "SECTOR"
Keywords:  smallest, pie, byte, disk, diskette
A part of a track. When disks are initialized for DOS 3.3, they are divided into tracks and sectors.
A pie-shaped wedge of the concentric tracks encoded on the disk during a low-level format.
storage: The smallest subdivision of a disk (or other storage medium) ranging in size from 512 bytes on a floppy up to thousands of bytes on a hard disk. The computer reads and writes nothing smaller than one sector, for the sake of speedy operation. A bad sector cannot hold information accurately.
Keywords:  radii, pie, wedge, radiuses, arc
A part of a circle comprehended between two radii and the included arc.
the region in a circle bounded by a pair of radii and an arc
a plane figure bounded by two radii and the included arc of a circle
A distinct subset of a market, society, industry, or economy, whose components...
Sector is another word for industry. Sector funds groupings usually focus on a single industry, such as health care, technology, or utilities.
This refers to how funds are grouped. For example, a fund may be grouped by the country it invests in, or the industry it invests in, or the type of fund it is.
Keywords:  airspace, minima, rvsm, barnard, atc
Police: Greece PD assigned patrol area. Fire: Term used by Barnard FD for portions of their district. (see Box) Air: Division of airspace assigned to an ATC facility. General: Subdivision of authority under the Incident Command System.
Airspace that is split up into small manageable pieces that have vertical as well as horizontal boundaries.
The airspace for which an air traffic controller, assisted by a coordinator, provides aircraft with altitude, heading and speed instructions to ensure that all separation minima are observed.
A mathematical instrument, consisting of two rulers connected at one end by a joint, each arm marked with several scales, as of equal parts, chords, sines, tangents, etc., one scale of each kind on each arm, and all on lines radiating from the common center of motion. The sector is used for plotting, etc., to any scale.
An astronomical instrument, the limb of which embraces a small portion only of a circle, used for measuring differences of declination too great for the compass of a micrometer. When it is used for measuring zenith distances of stars, it is called a zenith sector.
measuring instrument consisting of two graduated arms hinged at one end
A designated segment of fire perimeter or control line comprising the suppression work unit for two or more crews under one sector boss.
Normally one angular segment of the coverage area of a cell, served by one base station. Also used to denote any non-traditional partitioning of the service area, such one strand of a cable-based delivery system.
A piece of an object. In the spinner, any of the numbered segments is a "sector".
A distinct part of society or of a nation's economy.
a body of people who form part of society or economy; "the public sector"
a distinctive part or division, in this case, of the economy
Keywords:  journey, flight, yha, dubai, hostels
This represents each portion of a journey. For example: From Tokyo via Hong Kong to Dubai, Tokyo/Hong Kong comprises a sector.
a direct flight Youth Hostel Association - YHA NZ Membership Hostels Confirmed Flights
The landing area for the shot put and softball throw.
An area designated by boundaries within which a unit operates and for which it is responsible.
an area of the Galaxy you are in
a portion or division of a large military area.
Term used in some applications to describe an organizational level similar to an ICS Division or Group. Sector is not a part of ICS terminology.
a portion of a military position
a particular aspect of life or activity; "he was helpless in an important sector of his life"
A sector is a range of measurements. In ERGOMETRICS, sectors are used to measure business performance, for evaluation. Performance Sectors are displayed in Performance Gauges and Balance Gauges. For the Performance Gauge, you can define up to four Performance Sectors as, for example, unacceptable through to excellent. You can define up to seven Performance Sectors for the Balance Gauge, the central one being the normal level of activity.
Certain commercial activities are common to more than one agency. Many of these commercial activities can be aggregated. For example, an agency may inventory transportation acquisition, operations, maintenance and disposal as independent commercial activities.
SECTOR: A Data Space Management Syetem
a section of data in the cylinder
Mainframe is divided into six sections, or sectors: Baudway, Kits, etc. RB: 1
coherent set of activities which can be relevantly distinguished in terms of policies, institutions and finances, and which need to be looked at together to make a meaningful assessment (Denmark).
Keywords:  sprites, geometry, mesh, actors, simply
A sector is simply a container of geometry. It contains several mesh objects which will represent the geometry of the sector. A common mesh object is the thing mesh object which is usually used to put walls around a sector (that way the sector represents a room). Other mesh objects like 3d sprites can be used for actors.
The substantive sector in which the project has been classified using the OECD classification of sectors and sub-sectors. (see sectors)
A term used to differentiate investments from each other by way of country, market or prime source of business. The Investment Management Association divides unit trusts and OEICs into a variety of sectors to keep funds together of a similar type. Investors can then compare funds with similar objectives and investment strategies.
Keywords:  rotor
Keywords:  pizzas, slice, one
a slice of one of the pizzas)
Keywords:  dell, dying, sense, little, continue
a dying market, so it makes little sense to Dell and HP to continue supporting this space
ZIP code subdivision that contains approximately 250 deliverable addresses. Indicated by the first two digits of the ZIP + 4.
In CDMA, a sector is a cell that covers only part of the area around a base station.
A physical coverage area associated with a base station having its own antennas, radio ports and control channels. The concept of sectors was developed to improve co-channel interference in cellular systems and most wireless systems use three sector cells.
Keywords:  arbitrary, cube, twenty, space, side
an arbitrary cube of space twenty light years on each side
Similar to Omni but with restricted field of view useful for serving a narrower part of a local area Type shown radiates only 180 degrees
Keywords:  smtp, spam, simple, mail, protocol
SMTP [Simple Mail Transfer Protocol] Spam
Within the context of Compact documents, “sector” on its own always refers to the voluntary and community sector (although in general usage is it more widely applied, as in private sector, statutory or public sector.
Keywords:  ops, profit, third, private, non
One of three housing sectors: private housing public housing community-based non-profit housing and co-ops (also called the “third sector”). Co-ops use the term “sector” to mean the co-op sector, referring to both co-ops and people who are active in co-op housing.
Keywords:  aggressive, sport, watch, offers
an aggressive sport watch that offers
an aggregation of districts used for analysis and reporting in travel demand modeling
Keywords:  hardware
Keywords:  summary, equivalent, entity, file
State and equivalent entity Summary File 2 (SF 2)
Keywords:  seek, selectivity, time
Seek Time Selectivity
Keywords:  volume, smaller, space
a much smaller volume of space
Keywords:  route, distance, ground, points, two
The distance between two ground points within a route.
Keywords:  http, secure
Keywords:  light, see
See light sector.
Keywords:  information