Storage Space

  • (noun): The area in any structure that provides space for storage.

Some articles on storage space, storage, space, storage spaces:

Mobile Me - History - .Mac
... As costs rose, most particularly due to iDisk storage space, the wide demand for email accounts, and increasing support needs, iTools was renamed.Mac at Macworld Expo New ... the personal web hosting service iDisk, the online disk storage service, the email service provider offering both POP and IMAP protocols and iCards, the online greeting card service ... Each.Mac account now came with 10 GB of storage space that could be divided between email storage for an email address and the user's iDisk ...
Point Location - Higher Dimensions
... There are no known general point location data structures with linear space and logarithmic query time for dimensions greater than 2 ... we need to sacrifice either query time, or storage space, or restrict ourselves to some less general type of subdivision ... In three-dimensional space, it is possible to answer point location queries in O(log² n) using O(n log n) space ...
Ab Anbar - Storage Tank
... Some ab anbars had storage space tanks that were rectangular in design, such as in Qazvin, as opposed to cylindrical designs in Yazd ... There were several designs for the arched roof of the storage spaces of each ab anbar, namely ahang, kalanbu, kazhāveh, or combinations of these depending on the features of the storage space ... In the particular example of Sardar-e Bozorg ab anbar in Qazvin, the storage space was built so large that it became known as the largest single domed ab anbar of Iran ...
Turing Machine - Comparison With Real Machines
... hand, Turing machines are equivalent to machines that have an unlimited amount of storage space for their computations ... historically, computers, which compute only on their (fixed) internal storage, were developed only later ... Like a Turing machine, a real machine can have its storage space enlarged as needed, by acquiring more disks or other storage media ...

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