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DCS

(1)
Digital Cellular System.

DCS

(2)

DCS

(1) See also DSC.

(2 ) Digital Cross-connect System) A network switching and grooming device used by telecom carriers. See digital cross-connect.

(3) (Distributed Control System) A process control system that uses a network to interconnect sensors, controllers, operator terminals and actuators. Generally very large and costly systems, a DCS typically contains several computers for control and uses proprietary interconnections. Contrast with PLC and PAC. See process control and PAS.

(4) (Distributed Communications System) A telephone system that puts small switches close to subscribers, making local loops shorter and maximizing the long lines to the central office.

(5) (Desktop Color Separation) A graphics format for color separation that uses five Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files, one for each of the CMYK colors, and one master file, which links the other four and contains a preview image.

(6) (Declarative Content Standard) An HTML and JavaScript-based format for delivering content for interactive TV. See ATV Forum.
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A major enhancement provided by this solution is the ability to share all control and production information throughout a plant, including wireless applications -- which means remote users can even interact with DCS applications via handheld devices such as PDAs," Nichols added.
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Leaving the portfolio as inventories are worked down include the Kodak Professional DCS 600, 500 and 300 series of digital SLR cameras.
Under the agreement, which was formalized in December 2000, Lucent will directly market and sell VentoMap for DCS for five years, and SPSS ETD will provide professional services and maintenance for the solution.
By offering VentoMap for DCS, we are offering service providers the opportunity to seamlessly integrate a business intelligence solution into their voice messaging systems, enabling them to quickly begin improving customer relationships and the profitability of their business.
DataChannel Tuesday announced DCS Extension Kit for EAI, an extension to DataChannel Server (DCS) 4.