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Synonyms for crosscut

to pass through or over

Synonyms for crosscut

a diagonal path

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a route shorter than the usual one

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cut using a diagonal line

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To detect modularity defects in AO software, we need to understand the relationships among entities that belong to software aspects, more specifically, to the crosscutting concerns of the system.
If we are ripping first, as in our mould project example, we probably need a longer glue line tolerance on the rip saw--because we want to deliver long, straight material, if we are crosscutting first, our rip saw will need a larger rip width capability.
For horizontal saws, these include: high speed movement in the saw carriage, pusher and side aligners, and dual pushers for crosscutting.
Advanced Separation of Concerns tends to separate crosscutting concerns such as logging and security from the core concerns of the system by using Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP).
Section 4 discusses the main crosscutting concerns that may affect DES systems.
It is very robust toward variations in knot size measurements (e.g., by scanning equipment), but less robust toward variations in crosscutting precision.
GAO's past and ongoing work illustrates how GPRAMA could help address government challenges in five areas: 1) Adopting a more coordinated and crosscutting approach to achieving meaningful results.
For general use crosscutting timbers for framing and landscaping, the Head Cutter yields fairly smooth cut surfaces simply by being guided along freehand.
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The Allround Winder features: a slitting and crosscutting unit; high-speed doffing followed by the material-threading action; highspeed mandrel injection; separately driven compression carriage for automatic material threading based on the material's weight and thickness and compression-controlled winding; and optional nonadhesive tape dispenser heads for roll taping before doffing.
For example, a typical enterprise application comprises crosscutting concerns such as authentication, logging, resource pooling, administration, performance, and storage management.
(2) Both collections contain more than a dozen essays propounding a range of opinions; one common theme is a bias for accommodationist policies over the promotion of crosscutting allegiances.
"Support to the justice sector is a crosscutting issue, which will have an impact on the well being of the people of Mozambique, particularly the poorest, as well as on the attitudes and performance of public institutions", the Commission said in its Decision detailing the aid.
The crosscutting shredder head reduces paper to particles no larger than 0.7 mm x 4.2 mm.
Aspect-Oriented Domain Modeling (AODM) combines AOSD and MIC by weaving crosscutting constraints into domain models to enable separation of concerns and improved changeability in domain modeling.