Definition of Logged. Meaning of Logged. Synonyms of Logged

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Definition of Logged

Logged
Logged Logged, a. Made slow and heavy in movement; water-logged. --Beaconsfield.

Meaning of Logged from wikipedia

- Once the user is logged in, the login token may be used to track what actions the user has taken while connected to the site. Logging out may be performed...
- logs Firewood, logs used for fuel Lumber or timber, converted from wood logs Logarithm, in mathematics Log, LOG or LoG may also refer to: Log (magazine),...
- forestry logging. Submerged forests exist on land that has been flooded by damming to create reservoirs. Such trees are logged using underwater logging or by...
- appear approximately linear on the loglog scale, and simply evaluating the goodness of fit of a linear regression on logged data using the coefficient of...
- HyperLogLog is an algorithm for the count-distinct problem, approximating the number of distinct elements in a multiset. Calculating the exact cardinality...
- translated as Novasphere Pioneers), thirty thousand ****anese gamers who are logged on at the time of the update suddenly find themselves transported into the...
- In information technology, log rotation is an automated process used in system administration in which log files are compressed, moved (archived), renamed...
- the species logged, the forest that comes back after a 30% harvest may consist of proportionately less hardwood trees than a forest logged at 80% in which...
- In computer science, write-ahead logging (WAL) is a family of techniques for providing atomicity and durability (two of the ACID properties) in database...
- log(x+x\cdot y/x)\\={}&\log(x+x\cdot \exp(\log(y/x)))\\={}&\log(x\cdot (1+\exp(\log(y)-\log(x))))\\={}&\log(x)+\log(1+\exp(\log(y)-\log(x)))\\={}&x'+\log...
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