Definitions for "migration"
To pass periodically from one region to another.
In electronic records, the process or result of moving files from one computer system to another.
When salmon leave their stream of origin and swim into the sea, moving northward and westward, feeding as they go. They then return to their home stream to spawn.
involves going from an existing system to a new system that does not use the same hardware.
Preserving digital items by way of transferring them across hardware and software configurations and across generations of computer technology. See also: Preservation Last Reviewed: 2003-03-01
Migration means simply to copy digital information from outdated media (storage media and software formats) to new, fresh, current media and formats. Standards can greatly aid a migration strategy because standards (such as XML) are designed to be independent of any one application and thus require far fewer migrations in a given time period than quickly changing proprietary formats (such as MS Word documents). However, the 'look and feel' is endangered by this technique.
The Transmission of a material from within a plastic film to its surface or to another contacting material. Also called Bleed or Exudation.
This is the transfer of plasticizer from one sheeting to another, causing a deformation of the surface. It can arise in an end product composed of two types of sheeting with different plasticizer types. It can also arise in end products with two different types of sheeting, in which the amount of plasticizer is very different (e.g. Clear Nivo 10 together with Uni Nivo 50).
The extraction of an ingredient from a material by another material, such as the migration of a plasticizer from one material to an adjacent material with a lower plasticizer content.
Encyclopaedia Britannica 2002
Transfer of ingredient from an elastomeric compound to a material with which it is in contact.
The transfer of chemicals to neighbouring materials. An acidic paper can make an item next to it acidic because the chemicals migrate.
The natural travel of a material through the air, soil, or groundwater.
When manufacturers produce new products they usually provide a migration path whereby their existing clients can upgrade their systems without total replacement. Rival manufacturers also provide migration paths away from the systems of others' in order to gain market share.
an opportunity to reconsider each interface and judge whether it is required in the new implementation
n. The installation of a new version or release of a program to replace an earlier version or release.
these pattern is for objects data migraton by mapping fields for diffrent Objects and it migrate from the source to the distenation using xml technology advantage seperate the implementation of the 2 objects only the change will be in the xml file
Diffusion of some non-volatile low molecular weight coating additives to coating interfaces during the time of their exploitation, that may affect adhesion durability (including interlayer adhesion), cause corrosion and blistering, degradation of various surface properties, staining etc...
Active travel between distant locations; see also Dispersal
The permanent (or relatively permanent) relocation of an individual or group to a new, usually distant, place of residence and employment.
Contaminate released downstream of a filter. Built-in dirt migration – migration composed of foreign materials introduced during handling, storage and manufacture; Contaminate migration – migration due to unloading. Media migration – migration composed  of the materials making up the filter media.
Describes the process and route of transport of a contaminant, from one place to another.
Keywords:  auddis, ddis, automated, non, transfers
The process by which an originator transfers non AUDDIS DDIs to the automated AUDDIS system.
Keywords:  tsm, stub, threshold, demand, copying
The process of copying a file from a local file system to TSM storage and replacing the file with a stub file on the local file system. See also threshold migration, demand migration, and selective migration.
Change in position of a channel by lateral erosion of one bank and simultaneous accretion of the opposite bank.
The act of an agent changing its domain of execution during its lifetime.
Spreading or creeping of a constituent of a compound onto/into adjacent surfaces. See bleeding.
The process of making existing applications and data work on different computers or operating systems.
a computational process applied to seismic data that returns reflection events to their origin in the subsurface.
A more serious, but rare, complication where the band cuts into the wall of the stomach. Often this can be attributed to the band placing too much pressure on the stomach and cutting off circulation in the affected areas. The usual remedy is releasing all pressure on the band to allow the stomach to heal. Removal of the band may also be necessary.
Keywords:  rip, export, replace, data, import
See Data migration.
Keywords:  spreads, application, color, area
When color spreads away from the application area.
Keywords:  act
The act of migrating.
a group of people migrating together (especially in some given time period)