automatic sequences

automatic sequences

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′sē·kwən·səs]
(computer science)
The characteristic of a computer that can perform successive operations without human intervention.
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Shallit, Automatic Sequences, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003.
Tests can be applied individually or in set automatic sequences for repetitive multi-test routines.
Fortunately all the automatic sequences occurred, and the chute opened.
Functions and sub-menus that can be accessed from the main menu include: Call a system, that initiates a connection with a remote system; Define system setting, that allows the user to add or change systems and settings; Answer, that answers calls or allows the host computer to operate direct-cable to the remote station; Use DOS, that allows the user to run DOS commands or programs; Editor, that allows the user to run a text editor or word processing program; Keys, that provides for assigning keys and managing automatic sequences; and Quit, that exits from HyperACCESS/5.

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