data generator

data generator

[′dad·ə ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
A specialized word generator in which the programming is designed to test a particular class of device, the pulse parameters and timing are adjustable, and selected words may be repeated, reinserted later in the sequence, omitted, and so forth.
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Data Generator that allows generating test data and instantly populating the database with it.
The test driver takes the instrumented code and test data, generated by test data generator using variable information extracted in static analysis, for execution of code.
2 includes a number of functionality and Ul enhancements to Priority's strong Business Logic layer that includes Business Process Management (BPM) tools, a dedicated Business Rules Generator and Data Generator.
Indias apex pollution data generator, which analysed the 2009- 2012 water quality data, also said the Bihar stretch the most polluted.
Another model: The data generator would keep the data but answer very specific requests.
Various scenarios based on the random data generator can be tested to see and to understand the problem better.
Oracle development environment's high visual representation and real-world data generated for debugging and testing with Toad's advanced data generator in Professional Edition, Xpert Edition and Suites will help Oracle developers to achieve productivity and accuracy, together with direct links to educational content on coding requirements.
Traditionally, tests have used a pattern generator to stress test a receiver and a timing/pattern generator, or data generator, to add jitter to the bit stream.
A data generator is constructed in order to test the model on data exhibiting a typological structure.
The data generator is driven by a test description containing a high level description of the tests to be performed.
If the dependence is significant, then one can reject the null model as a data generator.
Then we use the pod mission data generator to create a mission data file that can be loaded into the ECM pod.