automonitor

automonitor

[¦ȯd·ō¦män·əd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer program used in debugging which instructs a computer to make a record of its own operations.
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In April, the Alexandria, Virginia firm added seven features to the Comstate I, including unattended remote control and Automonitor setup.
Atlantic Research has also added the automatic callback feature to its Intervew 40B data analyzer, along with Automonitor, unattended remote operation and other new features.
For ease of use, the 880 employs the firm's Automonitor, which simplifies setup, and it presents X.25 and SNA protocols in easty-to-start/stop triggering on strings, bits, EIA line status, errors or time out.