extensible language


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extensible language

[ik′sten·sə·bəl ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language which can be modified by adding new features or changing existing ones.
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An extensible language pack framework allows for easy addition of full NLP/sentiment support of additional languages in the future.
A sustainable way to address these challenges is by developing a common but extensible language and symbology of terms, their semantics and complex inter-relationships, hosted in an open standards based semantic repository with a robust governance process.
Extensible Language Processing - Statistical models miss colloquialisms and slang.
StreamSQL also unifies the processing of stored and streaming data, allowing developers to use one high-level, extensible language to dynamically query and run computations on a variety of types of enterprise data.
BSML is an extensible language specification and container for bioinformatic data.
I-Logix is an active participant and contributor to the Object Management Group (OMG), the governing body of modeling language standards and the company has been a leading partner in the development of the SysML standard, a robust and extensible language adaptable to unique systems engineering needs.
PowerBuilder's graphic painter tools and robust, extensible language make it easy for users to build new applications quickly and accurately through a rapid prototyping approach, saving time and money.
Since the e language is an easily layered, extensible language, it is easy to partition and synthesize legacy code.
XML is an extensible language that web-enables data and facilitates data sharing between applications.
As the Internet becomes a delivery medium for high-value content, an open, extensible language for expressing rights and permissions will be crucial in creating interoperability across the industry," said Joe Eschbach, vice president, Adobe Systems Inc.

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