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Darms

(language, music)
A music language.

["The Darms Project: A Status Report", R.F. Erickson, Computers and the Humanities 9(6):291-298 (June 1975)].
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DARM parameters are minimum support, minimum confidence and maximum cvd.
The Association Rule Mining Coordinating Agent (ARMCA) is the main coordinating agent resident in the agent center of the DARM server.
GTB DARM protects actual data, rather than only its specific representation (a file or a database) and is capable of detecting the sensitive data even if it was heavily modified, converted to another format, extracted, compressed or changed in many other ways.
We've worked long and hard with ACCSES NJ, DARM and DPP on this project and are grateful for their non-stop support and commitment without which this would not have happened," she said.
The existence and success of the Downtown Collection greatly inspired Darms as she started planning for the Riot Grrrl Collection.
Creating the sensor fusion algorithms to help the team's Chevy Tahoe SUV, nicknamed Boss, track the objects detected in the car's environment sensors, Darms helped steer the car to victory.
DARMS was developed through NASA by the Stennis Space Center for use in a Sewall aircraft.
It appeared to me that it was best to confine vineyard plot comparisons to within each of the three entities (Trefethen, Darms Lane and Shifflett), rather than comparisons between the three entities or even Napa vineyards in general.
Michael Darms is team leader in the Advanced Engineering Department of Continental's Chassis and Safety Division.
st/ Angst (amongst) /r/ /rpt/ stirbt -- (a) /rps/ Korbs * -- /rts/ Herz -- /rkt/ wirkt -- /rks/ Marx -- /rft/ wirft -- /rfs/ Dorfs * -- /rst/ erst -- /r[integral]t/ knirscht -- /r[integral]s/ Marschs * -- /rct/ Furcht -- /rcs/ Storchs * -- /rmt/ genormt -- /rms/ Darms * -- /rnt/ gelernt -- /rns/ Dorns * -- /rlt/ verquirlt -- /rls/ Kerls -- /l/ /lpt/ holpt helped /lps/ Kalbs * helps /lbz/ -- bulbs /lts/ Holz melts /lt[integral]/ -- filch /ldz/ -- builds /lkt/ bewolkt milked /lks/ Volkslied elks /lft/ Delft engulfed /lf[theta]/ -- twelfth /lfs/ Hilfsmittel gulfs /lst/ willst whilst /l[integral]t/ falscht -- /lct/ selcht -- /lcs/ Elchs * -- /lmt/ filmt -- /lms/ Ulms * -- /lmz/ -- elms /lnt/ schmeichelnd -- /lns/ Kolns * -- /w/ -- /j/ -- (a)) See note d) in Table 3.
The next section, "Musical Notation Codes (1): DARMS" examines DARMS (Digital Alternate Representation of Musical Scores), a system developed in the early 1960s as a way to encode and ultimately print music using a standard computer keyboard.
Gourlay credits the DARMS music input language alone with ideas that were actually developed nearly simultaneously, in the mid-1960's, in at least three of the lanaguages described in [1]: the "Plaine and Easie" code, MUSTRAN, and DARMS.