assembly routine

assembly routine

[ə′sem·blē rü′tēn]
(computer science)
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1.199-3(j)(3)(i) specifies that computer programs of all classes (for example, op-crating systems, executive systems, monitors, compilers and translators, assembly routines, utility programs, and applications programs) are included in the definition.
Furuyama notes that almost all of the parts that are used in the vehicle were not only digitally designed, but were tested and used in simulated assembly routines. Furuyama notes, "Through digital parts design, changes can be made quickly at a fraction of the cost of building prototype parts.
"ERGO lets you prototype motion sequences for generic assembly routines using fully articulated 3-D human models," said Narinder Nayar, a senior software engineer at Deneb.
Fast execution is achieved by preprocessing the circuit file, in line code for equations, assembly routines, graphic techniques and chain-matrix calculations.
It includes operating systems, executive systems, monitors, compilers, translators, assembly routines, utility programs and application programs.
Assembly routines would be written to establish communication between this board-level microcomputer and the PC development system.
Computer programs of all classes (e.g., operating systems, executive systems, monitors, compilers and translators, assembly routines and utility programs, as well as application programs) are included.