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DPS

(language, text)

DPS

(language)
A real-time language with direct expression of timing requests.

["Language Constructs for Distributed Real-Time PRogramming", I. Lee et al Proc IEEE Real-Time Sys Symp pp.57-66 (Dec 1985)].

DPS

(1) (Direct Print Standard) See PictBridge.

(2) An earlier minicomputer series from Bull HN.
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If an RTU suffers non-repairable damage and DPS no longer manufactures an older model, you'll receive the newer equivalent model that DPS currently produces.
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The business that we have built at DPS, when combined with the great technology, service and support of BioReference, will become the successful specialized laboratory that I have envisioned for many years.
Roberg has been vice president of operations for DPS since joining the company in 1990.
The DPS 900 brings ease and speed for printing digital and film media at retail, without the huge investment of a mini lab," said Phil Faraci, President, Consumer Digital Imaging Group and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.
Along with planned support for DPS, Symantec LiveState Recovery products capture a point-in-time operating state, or LiveState, of an entire server or desktop, which includes the operating system, applications, data, and settings into one easy-to-manage file.