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Telescript

A communications-oriented programming language using "active software agents", released by General Magic in 1994. What PostScript did for cross-platform, device-independent documents, Telescript aims to do for cross-platform, network-independent messaging. Telescript protects programmers from many of the complexities of network protocols.

Telescript

An earlier communications-oriented programming language from General Magic. See General Magic.
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Mobile agents are implemented on top of safe languages, such as Java [Gosling et al., 1996], Telescript [White, 1996] and Tcl/Tk [Ousterhout, 1994].
Telescript Technology: The Foundation for the Electronic Marketplace, White Paper 1994, General Magic, Sunnyvale, California.
Industry analysts also blame General Magic's problems partly on the slow rollout of AT&T's online network, AT&T PersonaLink, which costs $9.95 a month and is supposed to accommodate intelligent "agents" such as Telescript's to allow users to shop electronically.
[11.] Telescript Language Reference Manual; see www.science.gmu.edu/ ~mchacko/Telescript/docs/telescript.html.
The last two, Safe-Tcl and Telescript, are special purpose languages.
The Telescript division is managed by Lucia Hicks-Williams, vice president and general manager, who previously was vice president of product marketing and strategic planning.
The Envoy Wireless Communicator is based on General Magic's Magic Cap platform and Telescript communications language.
Digisoft Computers, Inc., a provider of contact center management software applications, recently announced the release of Telescript 5.4.
Digisoft's Telescript is a CRM application designed to increase call center efficiency and productivity through the use of advanced graphical scripting, real-time reporting, multiple dialing platforms and an open database design.
The recent release of Telescript 5.3 from Digisoft has raised the bar for call center solutions, providing completely customizable campaigns, scripting capabilities tightly integrated with agent interfaces, critical open database design, call blending, a choice of dialing platforms and real-time reporting.
You write novels, you run a publishing company, you write for magazines, and you compose screenplays and telescripts. How do you apportion your time?
Rockwell has superb routing call methods using its Telescripts to look at over 80 real-time variables to determine how to get a call to the most qualified resource, Variables can be service level, number of available agents, delay times, digit strings, numbers, host information and more.