automatic routine

automatic routine

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A routine that is executed independently of manual operations, but only if certain conditions occur within a program or record, or during some other process.
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An auto-program function allows for automatic routine programming, leaving only the essential steps of an operation to be entered.
The probe then runs in a fully automatic routine, sampling the surface.
For example, to save time manually indicating parts in setup, ILM uses a Renishaw probe and automatic routine in the controller.
The new Porta OSS-Ericsson line testing system provides leading technology including features such as the open, fifth generation Sherlock test unit, super-fast automatic routine testing and ADSL pre-qualification for use by telecommunication companies worldwide.
An Auto Program function allows for automatic routine programming, leaving only the essential steps of an operation to be entered.
The second is based on automatic routine learning: the behavioral statistics of the scene are continuously accumulated and analyzed, providing the definition for routine in the given place at the given time.
The software includes automatic routines for framing and auto dimensioning, along with estimation tools such as area/linear takeoffs, lumber cutlists and rendering.
The power behind the innovative technology is its ability to quickly and easily transform user knowledge and domain expertise into automatic routines.
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