Definition of Subsystem. Meaning of Subsystem. Synonyms of Subsystem

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Meaning of Subsystem from wikipedia

- model. A subsystem is a set of elements, which is a system itself, and a component of a larger system. The IBM Mainframe Job Entry Subsystem family (JES1...
- Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a compatibility layer for running Linux binary executables (in ELF format) natively on Windows 10 and Windows Server...
- environment subsystems: the Win32 subsystem, an OS/2 subsystem, the Windows Subsystem for Linux and a POSIX subsystem. The Win32 environment subsystem can run...
- Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LS****) is a process in Microsoft Windows operating systems that is responsible for enforcing the security...
- Microsoft POSIX subsystem is one of four subsystems shipped with the first versions of Windows NT. (The other three being the Win32 subsystem which provided...
- Signalling Connection Control Part (SCCP) subsystem numbers are used to identify applications within network entities which use SCCP signalling. In Global...
- United States military has developed a number of Helicopter Armament Subsystems since the early 1960s. These systems are used for offensive and defensive...
- POSIX/SUS-compatible) Process scheduling subsystem IPC subsystem Memory management subsystem Virtual files subsystem Network subsystem Other components: ALSA, DRI...
- private readonly SubsystemA a = new SubsystemA(); private readonly SubsystemB b = new SubsystemB(); private readonly SubsystemC c = new SubsystemC(); public...
- The IP Multimedia Subsystem or IP Multimedia Core Network Subsystem (IMS) is an architectural framework for delivering IP multimedia services. Historically...
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