from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of index.
- n. A system used to assign indexes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of classifying and providing an index in order to make items easier to retrieve
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Windows's native "indexing" is a huge performance drag, particularly on larger hard disks.
[Probably $30,000 to Obama or his agent, and $817 in indexing or typesetting costs charged against royalties.]
There would need to be a 2-tier system to maintain indexing coverage where identified spiders get restricted access and covert spiders index the rest.
And yes, I am aware that price indexing is used after initial benefit levels are set.
Yet another change shifted responsibility of paying for occupational pension price indexing from the government to employers.
The point of indexing is to keep benefit levels approximately the same over time.
Adding the filters also adds the search capabilities to any program that relies on Windows baked-in indexing service.
This would help in indexing images of book pages, documents, product packaging, and much else.
Google did not do well in indexing this part of the "hidden web" (aka invisible web or deep web) ..
For 900 stories, Boydston notes, “The keyword indexing took about 4-5 minutes, but the actual data import was under 10 seconds.”
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