Darms


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Darms

(language, music)
A music language.

["The Darms Project: A Status Report", R.F. Erickson, Computers and the Humanities 9(6):291-298 (June 1975)].
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The existence and success of the Downtown Collection greatly inspired Darms as she started planning for the Riot Grrrl Collection.
Darms got his PhD from Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany developing systems for collision avoidance for a project with Continental.
The advent of satellite-borne methods of earth location and data transmission allowed us to skip the relatively low-tech approach taken by DARMS. With the support of the National Data Buoy Program office, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the help of a commercial contractor, AIDJEX acquired six different designs of data buoys.
DARMS consists of a personal computer main control unit (MCU), a Kodak Megaplus 1.4-CCD camera head, a monochrome video monitor for in-flight operation, and an Exabyte 8500 8-millimeter tape recorder for image data storage.
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While Albers, who died in 1994 at the age of ninety-four, never intended for these sketches to be seen, they provide a rare look into her process: As the erased marks and sometimes-speculative lines show, all who meander are not lost.--LISA DARMS
It appeared to me that it was best to confine vineyard plot comparisons to within each of the three entities (Trefethen, Darms Lane and Shifflett), rather than comparisons between the three entities or even Napa vineyards in general.
The moving obstacle detection and tracking algorithms fuse sensor data to generate a list of any dynamic obstacles in a scene (Darms, Rybski, and Urmson 2008).
The next section, "Musical Notation Codes (1): DARMS" examines DARMS (Digital Alternate Representation of Musical Scores), a system developed in the early 1960s as a way to encode and ultimately print music using a standard computer keyboard.
* Gourlay credits the DARMS music input language alone with ideas that were actually developed nearly simultaneously, in the mid-1960's, in at least three of the lanaguages described in [1]: the "Plaine and Easie" code, MUSTRAN, and DARMS.
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Experiments at the Darms Lane vineyard showed a typical result as follows: recovery of an average, severely-affected vine became evident within two months after injection of one 5 milligram dose of tcy into a 4-year-old vine.