Examples of “storing”

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The sensor samples physical motion; the processor translates it into numerical digital data, summarizing the frequency of motions into epochs of specified time duration and storing the summary in memory.
The rule slot is used for storing sets of productions rules.
In this case, most systems look for the next available space when storing the data or the record is moved to an overflow area.
The minimal problem can be viewed as a compact way of storing all solutions.
The tactics of a method were used for storing the information about how to create the particular product number.
The criteria for storing a new success case is to store episodes created by the splitting and merging operator, or by the reformulation operator.
Real interactive alignment necessarily involves storing selected fragments from previous utterances.
Thus, there is no space, so to speak, in their mental representation or lexicon for a storinggrammatical number.
Only when the ants are present, however, does the plant produce significant numbers of food bodies, which are lipid-storing single-celled ones developing from the adaxial surface of the petiole.
Two further senses of the term can be distinguished, each associated with notions of using, collecting, spending, storing and budgeting energy.
Abstractly, we can imagine it storing a set of version stamp/value pairs.
As the clients’ own investment had often been advanced to them by their patrons, the relationship between the grand and their affinities was reinforced, storing up trouble for the future.
A return via the supervisor can be managed by storing three items on the stack when a function call is made from dynamically compiled code.
At specified regular intervals, a census of the live heap is taken: the run-time system traverses the entire live graph structure collecting and storing label data.
In our restricted model, processes can only in(put) and out(put) data and nodes are only capable of storing a single datum.