redundancy Ukrainski

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n. надмірність, надлишок, скорочення штатів

Przykładowe zdania

Combined, this has led to more than 40,000 planned redundancies across the industry.
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For example, one of several components that provide redundancy can fail, yet the service can remain available.
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In all cases, one can achieve arbitrarily high reliability without changing the code redundancy.
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Odds are if the application warranted the use of a NAS device, it deserves redundancy at the network level as well.
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RAID 0+1 combines the performance of striping with the redundancy of mirroring.
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These functions foster a kind of redundancy.
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three channel fly-by-wire control system with quadruple redundancy.
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(PT) Eurofound recently reported that 25% of redundancies in Portugal between 2003 and 2006 stemmed from company relocations.
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(PT) The media in Portugal has in recent days reported a further 312 redundancies at Yasaki in Ovar.
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A substantial number of redundancies are due to take place in the new economy following the bursting of the IT bubble.
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Synonimy

the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded: fifth wheel, overplus, plethora, embarrassment, superfluity, deadwood, redundance
repetition of messages to reduce the probability of errors in transmission: repetitiveness, repetitiousness
(electronics) a system design that duplicates components to provide alternatives in case one component fails: constellation, configuration
repetition of an act needlessly: repetition, repeating


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