Definitions for "Mode 2"
CD-ROM XA sectors, which can be either Form 1 (2048 bytes + error correction) or Form 2 (2324 bytes, no error correction).
Data format utilized in CD-I and CD-ROM XA. Mode 2 has two forms. Form 1 is similar to Mode 1, but storing only two layers of error correction code. Form 2 is used for recording information such as audio or compressed video which do not require such extreme precision. Since less error correction is needed, more bytes in the sector can be freed for information storage, resulting in a data area of 2336 bytes per sector.
Block formatting used by the majority of multimedia discs. Mode 2/Form 1 is similar to Mode 1, with a user block size of 2,048 Bytes and extra error-correction to ensure a high level of data integrity. Form 2 is used for audio and video, where small errors are usually not noticeable.
Mode 2 is a theory of knowledge production, put forth in 1994 by Michael Gibbons, Camille Limoges, Helga Nowotny, Simon Schwartzman, Peter Scott and Martin Trow in their book The new production of knowledge: the dynamics of science and research in contemporary societies(Sage). Gibbons and colleagues argued that a new form of knowledge production started emerging from the mid 20th century which is context-driven, problem-focused and interdisciplinary. It involves multidisciplinary teams brought together for short periods of time to work on specific problems in the real world.
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Consumption abroad: A consumer receives a service outside his country either by moving or being situated abroad, for example foreign exchange students, people seeking medical treatment, repair services done to equipment shipped to a different country, etc.