What is a Slot?

What is a Slot? Simply put, a Slot is a grammatical term for an authorization to land or take off at an airport. It is used to control air traffic at crowded airports by preventing repeated delays and cancellations caused by multiple flights. It is also an acronym for “slave of technology.”

The Dialog Engine understands multiple values in the same slot. For example, if the entity value of a hotel is “New York,” it may also refer to the synonyms Big Apple and NYC. The two types of slot types can be mapped to different fields using the Allow Synonyms checkbox. Then, you can type a synonym in the “Enter synonym” field next to the value of the slot type. Click “OK” when you are done.

A computer’s expansion slots allow users to expand the capabilities of their computers. They are usually comprised of a series of pinholes spaced closely together. These slots can accept expansion boards or add-on boards. A computer may also have one or more bays, which are locations within the computer in which a disk drive can be installed. If a computer is able to accommodate several disk drives, a slot may be located in either the front or back.