allocation

listen to the pronunciation of allocation
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} paylaştırma
{i} bölüştürme
{i} dağıtma
özgüleme
(Kanun) özgülenme
(Bilgisayar) özgülemek
özgü kılma
yerleşim
(Ticaret) tayınlama
ayırma
ödenek
pay
atama
tahsis etme
ödenek ayırma
(Ticaret) pay etme
{i} tahsisat
{i} tahsis

Eğer hiç kaynağın yoksa kaynakların tahsisi zor bir görev olabilir. - Allocation of resources can be a difficult task when you have no resources at all.

(Askeri) NAKLİYE TAHSİSİ: Belirlenmiş bir makam tarafından mevcut nakliye kapasitesinin kullanıcılar için paylara ayrılması
pay/tahsis
{i} pay ayırma
hisse
(Kanun,Ticaret) tevzi
(Hukuk) dağıtım
(Hukuk) pay ayırımı
allocation of the profit
(Bilim, İlim) Kâr dağıtımı, kâr payı dağıtımı
allocation key
dağıtım anahtarı
allocation of funds
(Politika, Siyaset) fonların tahsisi
allocation of resources
(Askeri,Ticaret) kaynak dağılımı
allocation of resources
kaynakların tahsisi
allocation base
tahsisi baz
allocation bases
tahsisi bazlar
allocation of duties
görev tahsisi
allocation of revenues
gelirlerin tahsisi
allocation agreement
(Ticaret) tahsis anlaşması
allocation from the budget
(Askeri) bütçeden aktarma
allocation of costs
(Ticaret) masrafların yüklenmesi
allocation of costs
(Ticaret) masraf dağılımı
allocation of costs
(Ticaret) masrafların tevzii
allocation of costs
(Ticaret) maliyet dağıtımı
allocation of funds
(Avrupa Birliği) fon tahsisatı, fon tahsisi
allocation of public land
(Turizm) kamu arazisinin tahsisi
allocation of responsibility
sorumluluk dağıtımı
allocation of space
arazi tahsisi
allocation of space
yer ayırma
allocation of spectrum
(Askeri) spektrum tahsisi
allocation quota
(Ticaret) tahsis kotası
allocation request
(Askeri) tahsis talebi
allocation role of price
(Ticaret) fiyatın dağıtım rolü
allocation unit
Ayırma Birimi
allocation unit size
Ayırma Birim Sığası
allocation unit size
(Bilgisayar) ayırma birimi sığası
allocate
{f} bölüştürmek
allocate
{f} ayırmak
vehicle allocation
Araç tahsisi
allocate
paylaştırmak
allocate
ayırmak Ayır
allocate
yerini tayin etmek
allocate
(Ticaret) tevzi etmek
allocate
ayırma
allocate
ayırtmak
allocate
tahsisat
allocate
tertip etmek
allocate
(Elektrik, Elektronik) depo tahsis etmek
allocate
özgülemek
allocate
(Osmanlıca) isale etmek
asset allocation
(Sigorta,Ticaret) portföy dağılımı
asset allocation
(Ticaret) varlık tahsisi
effort allocation
(Havacılık) gayret tahsisi
enterprise allocation
(Denizbilim) işletme kotası
resource allocation
kaynak ayrımı
resource allocation
özkaynak ayırtımı
resource allocation
özkaynak atama
allocate
ödenek ayırmak
allocate
yer ayırmak
allocate
Ayır

Araştırma amaçları için bir oda ayırın. - Allocate a room for research purposes.

allocate
tahsis etmek
dynamic allocation
dinamik atama
dynamic memory allocation
dinamik bellek atama
dynamic resource allocation
dinamik kaynak ayırma
dynamic storage allocation
dinamik bellek ayırma
memory allocation
bellek ataması
memory allocation
bellek ayrılması
memory allocation
bellek atama
storage allocation
bellek atama
allocate
pay etmek
allocate
tahsis et
assets allocation
varlık tahsisi
core allocation
çekirdek bellek tahsisi
direct allocation
doğrudan tahsis, doğrudan atama
discretionary allocation
(Ekonomi) Örtülü ödenek
dynamic bandwidth allocation
dinamik bant genişliği tahsisi
fair allocation
adil dağılımı
financial allocation
mâli tahsis, para tahsisi
frequency allocation
frekans ayırımı
function allocation
işlev tahsisi
no-trade allocation
(Ekonomi) Değişimin olmadığı dağılım
participatory land allocation
Katılımcı arsa tahsisi
production allocation
üretim tahsisi
static allocation
statik ayırma
Defense Priorities and Allocation System
(Askeri) Savunma Öncelikleri Ve Dağıtma Sistemi
Joint Materiel Priorities and Allocation Board
(Askeri) Müşterek Malzeme Öncelikleri ve Dağıtma Kurulu
air transport allocation board
(Askeri) HAVA ULAŞTIRMA TAHSİS KURULU: Hava nakliyesi öncelikleri tespitinden ve alana tahsis edilmiş mevcut uçak kapasitelerindeki yer tahsisinden sorumlu olan alan içindeki müşterek teşkilat. Ayrıca bakınız: "air priorities committee"
allocate
yeni proje ve politikalar için para ayırmak
allocate
(Askeri) TAHSİS ETMEK, TERTİP ETMEK, AYIRMAK
allocate
(Nükleer Bilimler) yerleştirmek
asset allocation funds
(Ticaret) varlık tahsisi fonları
available allocation units
kullanılabilir yerleşim birimi
bit allocation
bit atama, bit ayirma
file allocation table
kutuk dizini, kutuk rehberi
nuclear weapon allocation
(Askeri) NÜKLEER SİLAH TAHSİSİ: Bir komutanın, nükleer harp müsaadesi verildiği zaman, sarf edebileceği nükleer silah cins ve miktarının bir üst makam tarafından bildirilmesi. Tahsis; genel olarak, belirli bir harekat süresini ifade eder. Böyle bir tahsis; mutlak surette silahla fiilen sahip olunması veya silahın teslim alınmış olması demek değildir. Bak. "allocation" ve "special ammunition allocation"
optimum resource allocation
(Ticaret) optimal kaynak tahsisi
optimum resource allocation
(Ticaret) en etkin kaynak dağılımı
optimum resource allocation
(Ticaret) optimum kaynak tahsisi
quota allocation
(Ticaret) kota tahsisi
resource allocation view
Kaynak Ayırma Görünümü
target allocation
(Askeri) HEDEF TAHSİSİ: Hava savunmada, silahların belirlenmesini takiben, özel bir hedef yada bölgenin belirli bir satıhtan havaya füze birliği veya önleme uçaklarına tahsis edilme işlemi
ticket allocation
(Turizm) bilet payı
total allocation units
Toplam Ayırma Birimi
total allocation units
toplam yerleşim birimi
waste load allocation
atık yük tahisisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The process or procedure for allocating things, especially money or other resources

The allocation of new permits is on a first-come, first-served basis.

{n} a putting to or near, allowance, admission
A part of a lump-sum appropriation that is designated for expenditure by specific organization units and/or for special purposes, activities, or objects
The amount of stock in an initial public offering (IPO) granted by the underwriter to an investor For many IPOs, the allocation is significantly less than investor's indication of interest The allocations are meted out based on commission volume, trading history and type of investor
This is the amount of stock in an initial public offering (IPO) granted by the underwriter to an investor For most IPOs, the allocation is significantly less than the indication of interest The allocations are meted out based on commission volume, trading history and type of investor
A component is typically on allocation because it is scarce The customer or account manager will decide which finished goods product it will be used for and/or which destination it should be shipped to
The amount of securities assigned to an investor, broker, or underwriter in an offering An allocation can be equal to or less than the amount indicated by the investor during the subscription process depending on market demand for the securities
The system of ensuring that organs and tissues are distributed fairly to patients who are in need
the systematic distribution or assignment of a total amount among several years, accounts, products, departments, or other elements
An allocation is the process or result of dividing an appropriation among government agencies
A part of a lump-sum appropriation which is designated for expenditure by specific organizational units and/or for special purposes, activities or objects
A part of a lump-sum appropriation which is designated for expenditure by specific organization units and/or special purposes, activities, or objects In Federal usage, a transfer of obligational authority from one agency to another
(1) The crediting of a receipt in its entirety or the charging of a disbursement in its entirety to one account, as to the principal account or to the income account; to be distinguished from apportionment (2) A process that determines the optimum distribution of funds among various types of assets that offer the highest probability of consistently achieving investment objectives within a given risk tolerance The process often uses a computer model to aid in processing a myriad of data
The process of assigning activities, costs or facilities e g space to a certain organizational units
A general term referring to either a checkout or a reservation An allocation is essentially the relationship that is created during the transaction between the patron, the selected resources, and the selected due-back/pickup date and time of a checkout or reservation The Checkout ID is a unique identifier for an allocation
The amount or proportion of a product allotted to a customer or customer group over a specific period of time It sets a maximum ceiling on the amount of a product the customer can order The opposite of allocation is sales targeting See also quotas
(computer science) the assignment of particular areas of a magnetic disk to particular data or instructions
The purchase price for a business or a rental property must be allocated between different assets acquired, such as intangible rights (customer lists, etc ), land, building, furniture and fixtures, equipment, inventory, etc , in order to determine your depreciation deductions See Acquisition Costs
Sales of improved properties are analyzed and the prices paid are allocated between the land and the improvements Allocation can be used in two ways: to establish a typical ratio of land to total value, which may be applicable to the property being appraised, or to isolate the value contribution of either the land or the building from the dale for use in comparison analysis
Distribution according to a plan Depreciation, amortization, and depletion are methods to allocate a cost to periods benefited
In Cognos Finance, the process of distributing or duplicating data values among sets of accounts and components On the Allocation Table of the Calculation Tables module, an allocation is a line that specifies the rules for distributing values The allocation calculation takes place only when you calculate the affected submissions Allocations are most useful for calculations that apply to a select set of accounts or components, rather than to all of them In PowerPlay, the process of placing summary data in a level, dimension, or category Values can be allocated as constants or in proportion to another measure Cognos Finance, PowerPlay
- An administrative distribution of funds, for example, federal funds among the states; used for funds that do not have legislatively mandated distribution formula
the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
The distribution of the employer's contribution to the account of each participant In a profit sharing plan, it also refers to the distribution of earnings and forfeitures for the various accounts
a share set aside for a specific purpose
The amount of stock granted by the underwriter to an investor in a traditional offering The allocation may be less than the requested amount if demand for the offering was greater than the number of shares available
The amount of funding appropriated to a school or cost center   Types of allocations include the per pupil allocation for specific purposes, activities, or objects such as instructional supplies, postage, staff development, and certain categories of capital equipment
A reservation of material based on an accepted order or system- generated planned order The on-hand balance of an item, less the allocation, leaves the balance available for production or to promise to customer orders
The amount of funding appropriated to a school or cost center   Types of allocations include the per pupil allocation for specific purposes, activities, or objects such as instructional supplies, postage, staff development, and certain categories of capital equipment
Lottery funds are allocated to an agency by the legislature An allocation is a cash transfer of Lottery Funds Allocated funds cannot be spent without expenditure limitation
Distribution of the opportunity to fish among user groups or individuals The share a user group gets is sometimes based on historic harvest amounts
{i} allotment; apportionment; portion
An allocation is an amount of something, especially money, that is given to a particular person or used for a particular purpose. The aid allocation for Pakistan was still under review
The allocation of something is the decision that it should be given to a particular person or used for a particular purpose. Town planning and land allocation had to be coordinated
The admission of an item in an account, or an allowance made upon an account; a term used in the English exchequer
(Ticaret) A reservation of material based on an accepted order or system- generated planned order. The on-hand balance of an item, less the allocation, leaves the balance available for production or to promise to customer orders
The act of putting one thing to another; a placing; disposition; arrangement
An allotment or apportionment; as, an allocation of shares in a company
allocation of resources
the mechanics of investment; where one applies one's goods (for greatest possible future gain); how one disposes of one's resources (for greatest possible effect). Often used as a term in conjunction with economics
allocation mechanism
The algorithm by which an allocator chooses a free block from which to satisfy an allocation request. An allocation mechanism is the implementation of an allocation policy
allocation of debits and credits
recording of the transactions in the account of a customer
allocation of profits
distribution of profits
allocation of resources
Apportionment of productive assets among different uses. The issue of resource allocation arises as societies seek to balance limited resources (capital, labour, land) against the various and often unlimited wants of their members. Mechanisms of resource allocation include the price system in free-market economies and government planning, either in state-run economies or in the public sectors of mixed economies. The aim is always to allocate resources in such a way as to obtain the maximum possible output from a given combination of resources
allocation of stocks
apportioning stocks to employees or investors
allocation unit
a group of sectors on a magnetic disk that can be reserved for the use of a particular file
allocation unit
In file systems an allocation unit is the smallest amount of disk space that can be allocated to hold a file All file systems used by Windows 2000 organize hard disks based on allocation units The smaller the allocation unit size, the more efficiently a disk stores information If no allocation unit size is specified during formatting, Windows 2000 chooses default sizes based on the size of the volume and the file system used These defaults are selected to reduce the amount of space lost and the amount of fragmentation on the volume Also called cluster
allocation unit
- An allocation unit, also known as a cluster, is a group of sectors on the disk that can be reserved for the use of a particular file
allocation unit
An allocation unit is a group of sectors on the disk that can be reserved for the use of a particular file On hard disks for small computer systems, the allocation unit is usually in the form of a sector, block, or cluster
allocation unit
– Smallest unit of storage that can be allocated to an object such as a file or a program
allocation unit
Within a hard disk file system, an allocation unit is the smallest amount of disk space that can be allocated to hold a file The smaller the allocation unit size, the more efficiently a disk stores information
allocation unit
An allocation unit is a portion of the hard drive that is used by the computer when saving information to the drive Smaller allocation units are generally more efficient, because they result in less wasted space
allocation unit
The smallest space that DOS can access on a Disk The size of these is dependent on the size of disk and the type of FAT used see also Partition
allocate
To distribute according to a plan
allocate
To set aside for a purpose
file allocation table
A table used internally by the operating system to keep track of the structure of a disk and where files are stored on it
file allocation tables
plural form of file allocation table
static memory allocation
The process of allocating fixed memory at compile time
Allocate
distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose; "I am allocating a loaf of bread to everyone on a daily basis"; "I'm allocating the rations for the camping trip"
discretionary allocation
Any allocation of an item of income, gain, deduction, or loss pursuant to the provisions
Allocate
To mark media for use by an application Media in the available state may be allocated
Allocate
To divide a lump-sum appropriation into parts which are designated for expenditure by specific organization units and/or for specific purposes, activities, or objects
Allocate
To reserve an amount of some resource in a computing system for a specific purpose (usually refers to a data storage medium)
Allocate
To assign a resource for use in performing a specific task
Allocate
An APPC verb used to assign a session to a conversation for its use
Allocate
To assign each his share The launchmaster will allocate to each competitor a space in which to prepare and inflate his balloon 9 3 1
Allocate
To assign a whole item of cost, or of revenue, to a simple cost centre, account or time period
Allocate
(v ) To set aside memory for a program
Allocate
(1) To assign a resource, such as a disk file or a diskette file, to perform a specific task Contrast with deallocate
Allocate
To assign a class to a grade in the salary schedule based on an evaluation of its duties and responsibilities To reallocate is to change the existing allocation of a class to a different salary grade in the schedule
Allocate
To share out resources for particular purposes
Allocate
(1) The process an operating system uses to respond to a request from a program to reserve memory for use by the program (2) In APPC, a verb that assigns a session to a conversation Contrast with deallocate
Allocate
to assign a class to a particular salary grade in the salary schedule based on an evaluation of its duties and responsibilities To reallocate is to change the existing allocation of a class to a different salary grade in the schedule
allocate
{f} ration; allot, set aside; designate a portion of system resources for a particular task or operation (Computers)
allocate
To distribute or assign; to allot
allocate
To localize
allocate
If one item or share of something is allocated to a particular person or for a particular purpose, it is given to that person or used for that purpose. Tickets are limited and will be allocated to those who apply first The 1985 federal budget allocated $7.3 billion for development programmes Our plan is to allocate one member of staff to handle appointments. = assign, allot. to use something for a particular purpose, give something to a particular person etc, especially after an official decision has been made allocate sth to sb/sth (past participle of allocare, from ad- + locare )
allocations
plural of allocation
allocations
The total amount of estimated expenditures authorized by the Legislature from resources legally restricted or otherwise designated for specific operating purposes All non-General Fund sources are "allocated" including: Highway Fund, Other Special Revenue, Federal Expenditure Funds, Federal Block Grant Funds, Enterprise Funds, Internal Service Funds, etc The Legislature allocates to "programs" and to "line categories" within programs (See Appropriations below )
allocations
-refers to actual demand created by sales orders or production orders against a specific item The terminology and the actual processing that controls allocations will vary from one software system to another Basically a standard allocation is an aggregate quantity of demand against a specific item in a specific facility, standard allocations may be referred to as normal allocations, soft allocations, soft commitments, regular allocations Standard allocations do not specify that specific units will go to specific orders A firm allocation is an allocation against specific units within a facility such as an allocation against a specific location, lot, or serial number Firm allocations are also referred to as specific allocations, frozen allocations, hard allocations, hard commitments, holds, reserved inventory Standard allocations simply show that there is actual demand while firm allocations reserve or hold the inventory for the specific order designated
allocations
The assignments of frequencies by the FCC for various communications uses (e G , Television, radio, land-mobile, defence, microwave, etc ) To achieve a fair division of the available spectrum and minimize interference among users
allocations
That portion of a receiving water's loading capacity attributed to one of its existing or future pollution sources (nonpoint or point) or to natural background sources A wasteload allocation [WLA] is that portion of the loading capacity allocated to an existing or future point source, and a load allocation [LA] is that portion allocated to an existing or future nonpoint source or to natural background levels Load allocations are best estimates of the loading, which can range from reasonably accurate estimates to gross allotments, depending on the availability of data and appropriate techniques for predicting loading
allocations
distributions; parts that are assigned
asset allocation
Investment strategy whereby investors diversify assets among stocks, bonds and money market investments Purpose: to reduce investment risk
asset allocation
The way investments are allocated (distributed and weighted) among different types of investment vehicles The objective of asset allocation is to diversify risk while obtaining the greatest possible return consistent with the investor's risk tolerance
asset allocation
The process of diversifying the investments in different kinds of assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate, cash in order to optimize risk Asset Management Company A Company registered with SEBI, which takes investment/divestment decisions for the mutual fund, and manages the assets of the mutual fund Automatic reinvestment An investment option for mutual fund unit holders in which the proceeds from either the fund's dividends or capital gains, or both, are automatically used to buy more units of the funds Back end load Same as Exit load Balanced fund Balanced fund include both equity and debt schemes, with 50-75 per cent in equity and the rest in debt Blue chip fund Mutual fund that invests in blue chip stocks Typically a growth fund Call option The right to buy a fixed number of shares/bonds at a particular price in a specified period
asset allocation
Allocating your investment assets over a number of investments, (stocks, mutual funds, bonds, money market account, etc) Note: most mutual funds consist of several stocks, so they are already asset allocated
asset allocation
The process of deciding how your investment dollars will be apportioned among various classes of financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, and cash investments
asset allocation
Apportioning of investment funds among asset classes, such as cash, equities and fixed income
asset allocation
An employee's division of money between different types of investment choices An example of asset allocation would be 70 percent stocks and 30 percent bonds
asset allocation
Investment strategy whereby investors diversify assets among stocks, bonds and money market investments Purpose: to reduce investment risk Asset Allocation --> strategy
asset allocation
A financial strategy for investing money into various asset classes — such as stocks, bonds and cash — based upon your financial goals, risk tolerance and time horizon Asset allocation has two main advantages: it can help increase investment returns and reduce risk
asset allocation
Considered by most money managers to be essential to a well-balanced investment portfolio, asset allocation refers to the dividing of investment dollars among different asset categories, such as cash, stocks and bonds With the power of diversification as its driving force, asset allocation is used to affect both risk and potential returns How your assets are divided among different asset classes should be carefully structured to mirror your investment goals and your ability to tolerate risk in the pursuit of those goals
asset allocation
The process of strategically distributing one's money among various asset classes, such as stocks, bonds and money market securities Asset allocation is used to seek maximum investment returns while minimizing investment risk Prudent asset allocation has been found to be a key determinant of investment portfolio success
asset allocation
A strategy that divides your investment among different securities or mutual funds, such as money market, fixed income (bond) or equity (stock) funds and seeks to lessen your overall risk
asset allocation
The distribution of endowment assets among various asset classes including but not limited to domestic equity, foreign currency equity, domestic fixed income, foreign currency fixed income, cash and cash equivalents, real estate, venture capital and distressed obligations Asset allocation affects both risk and return and is a central concept in investment management
asset allocation
An investing strategy that distributes an investor's dollars among multiple investment products or asset classes Asset Allocation affects both risk and return and is a key point in personal financial planning and investment management
asset allocation
The practice of spreading your investment portfolio across different types of assets — stocks (or stock funds), bonds (or bond funds) and cash (bank accounts or money market mutual funds) This may help to protect from risk because, over the long term, different types of investments tend to move according to different cycles and to react to market changes differently Details
asset allocation
An investment technique that diversifies a portfolio among different types of assets such as stocks, bonds, cash equivalents, precious metals, real estate and collectibles When it comes to risk and reward, different asset classes behave quite differently Stocks, for instance, offer the highest return, but they also carry the highest risk of losses Bonds aren't so lucrative, but they offer a lot more stability than stocks Money-market returns are puny, but you'll never lose your initial investment An asset allocation strategy allows you to achieve the optimal blend of risk and reward See "Defense Is the Best Offense " BACK TO TOP
asset allocation
A strategy that can help you balance risk and return while in pursuit of your various investment goals Distributes an investor's portfolio among a wide variety of investments, such as domestic and international stocks and bonds, cash, real estate and government securities
asset allocation
Apportioning of investment funds among categories of assets, such as Cash Equivalents, Stock, Fixed-Income Investments, and such tangible assets as real estate and precious metals Also applies to subcategories such as government, municipal and corporate bonds Asset allocation affects both risk and return and is a central concept in personal financial planning and investment management
asset allocation
When you divide your money among various types of investments, such as stocks, bonds, and short-term investments (also known as "instruments"), you are allocating your assets The way in which your money is divided is called your asset allocation
asset allocation
The distribution of investment dollars among asset classes such as stocks, cash, bonds, etc
asset allocation
Investment practice that distributes funds among different markets (forex, stocks, bonds, commodity, real estate) to achieve diversification for risk management purposes and/or expected returns consistent with the outlook of the investor, or investment manager
asset allocation
Asset allocation refers to the specific distribution of funds among a number of different asset classes within an investment portfolio; it is diversification put into practice Funds may be distributed among a number of different asset classes, such as stocks, bonds, and cash funds, each of which has unique types of expected risk and return Within each asset class are several variations of the asset, meaning that there are levels of risk within each asset class Asset allocation involves determining what percentage of funds will be invested in each asset Determining how to allocate funds depends on the individual investor The investor's goals, time frame, and risk tolerance will all affect how an investor wishes to allocate funds based on the investor's desired return and acceptable risk
asset allocation
Dividing investments among different kinds of securities, such as stocks, bonds, and cash to name a few Asset allocation can be used to balance the risk of investing with the amount of money you'd like to earn
asset allocation
allocation of funds into different types of assets (i.e. stocks, fixed-income investments, real estate, etc.)
asset allocation
Asset allocation refers to how assets are divided among different investment opportunities Different asset allocations are right for different people, depending on their own situation Deciding on the asset allocation that is right for you means looking at your investment goals and your attitude about risk
asset allocation
Dividing investment dollars among various asset classes, typically among cash investments, bonds, and stocks Wall Street firms frequently change their "model asset allocation" portfolios -- ostensibly to show that they have recalculated the best method for balancing the risks involved in holding various investments This also, however, results in additional commissions from clients who follow the "model portfolios" and sell various assets to rebalance their portfolios
assets allocation
distribution of assets to cover specific debts
discriminatory allocation
distribution made on prejudicial bases, act of preferring one group while neglecting or punishing another
dynamic allocation
allocation of computer memory during the running of a program
fair share allocation
(Ticaret) An allocation of available inventory to customer and interplant orders, when the availability is less than the total required. If the total available quantity is 80% of the total required, it may allocate 80% of the amount requested on each individual order, instead of a scheme that prioritizes the availability based on the order date, most important customer, etc
file allocation table
A table or list maintained by an operating system to keep track of the status of various segments of disk space used for file storage
file allocation table
Table listing the location of all blocks of data on a disk, as well as blocks of disk space available for data
file allocation table
A table DOS uses to keep track of the used and unused portions of a disk and which files are using the used portions
file allocation table
– Index that records the allocation of storage device locations to files
file allocation table
A FAT keeps track of file locations in a particular volume The NetWare network operating system (NOS) divides each volume into blocks and stores files on the volume in these blocks If the file consists of one or more blocks, the file may be stored in blocks that are not adjacent The FAT keeps track of the block numbers where different parts of the file are located To retrieve a file, the NetWare NOS searches through the FAT until it finds the FAT entries and corresponding block numbers for the requested file
file allocation table
This is a special map on each disk (or diskette) that keeps track of where the files on the disk are stored Related terms: Disk, File, Track, Diskette
file allocation table
(FAT) used by DOS to define file space Originally allowed only 65K clusters
file allocation table
A map of sector usage on a disk, held on the disk (or diskette) 6 1, p123
file allocation table
A portion of all DOS formatted disks and diskettes that contains information on the number and loacation of files and available storage space
file allocation table
the prt of a floppy disk or hard disk where information is stored about the location of each piece of information on the disk (and about the location of unusable areas of the disk)
file allocation table
A table the operating system uses to locate files on a disk The file contains information about the size of files and which cluster contains which files The table is located on sector 0 of the disk
file allocation table
An area on a hard disk or floppy disk where information is stored about the physical location of each piece of every file on the disk and about the location of unusable areas of the disk
file allocation table
A table that the operating system on a personal computer uses to locate files on a disk Due to fragmentation, a file may be divided into many sections that are scattered around the disk The FAT keeps track of all these pieces See also superblock
file allocation table
area of a disk on which the location of each file is recorded
file allocation table
A special file located in sector 0 on a disk; contains information about the sizes and locations of files stored on the disk
file allocation table
An area on the disk (floppy or logical drive) set aside to reference file locations on that disk The table is a chain identifying where each part of a file is located It acts similarly to a table of contents for a book
file allocation table
A DOS file system that uses a file allocation table to store information locations, sizes, and properties of files saved on the disk
file allocation table
This is a special map on each disk (or diskette) that keeps track of where the files on the disk are stored
file allocation table
A table maintained by the DOS or OS/2 operating systems that lists all of the clusters available on a disk The FAT includes the location of each cluster, as well as whether it is in use, available for use, or damaged in soem way and therefore unavailable Because files are not necessarily stored in consecutive clusters on a disk, but can be scattered all over the disk, the FAT also keeps track of which pieces belong to which file OS/2 supports a compatible version of the DOSFAT, sometimes known as the SuperFAT, which adds 32-bit capabilities to increase speed, access to OS/2 extended attributes, and a free space bitmap which results in much reduced allocation times
file allocation table
A file system based on a file allocation table (FAT) maintained by some operating systems, including Windows NT and Windows 2000, to keep track of the status of various segments of disk space used for file storage
file allocation table
A table or list maintained by an operating system to allocate disk space for file usage and to locate and chain together parts of fragmented files on the hard drive
file allocation table
On personal computers, a directory that stores information such as the file name, file size, the time and date the file was last changed, and the cluster number where the file begins 5 5
file allocation table
is a file that stores information about the physical location of every file on the computer's hard disk
file allocation table
A portion of all DOS formatted disks that contain information on the number of files and available storage space
file allocation table
An area of the disk drive that serves as a sort of road map, indicating to the operating system where data is stored It operates in conjunction with the directory structure
improper allocation
incorrect distribution
job allocation
distribution of jobs
pension fund allocation
allotting of part of a salary to a retirement fund
private allocation
distribution of securities to specific factors
proper allocation
fair distribution; correct distribution
resource allocation
allotment of computer resources (memory, computer time, etc.) to the different processes by the operating system
static allocation
allocation of resources (usually memory) before running a program (Computers)
storage allocation
allocation of space for storing data on a computer
allocation

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    al·lo·ca·tion

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    /ˌaləˈkāsʜən/ /ˌæləˈkeɪʃən/

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    [ a-l&-"kAt ] (transitive verb.) circa 1641. Medieval Latin allocatus, past participle of allocare, from Latin ad- + locare to place, from locus place; more at STALL.

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