base system

base system

[′bās ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system containing only program modules that carry out basic functions.
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The Directorate General of Climate Change Control (PPI) launched the Web Base System for Online Reporting on Forest and Land Fire Control in Forest Concession Areas in Jakarta (10/15/2018).
The Door Monitor system includes the base system for one door, fingerprint sensor, software, and introductory support.
The base system costs around $1 million, including all design and related automation for part handling.
The base system covers: order processing, contract review for ISO 9000 and QS 9000, photos and video clips to "show how," storage of detailed product methoding, and scheduling (via graphical drag 'n' drop) for both infinite and finite capacity scheduling.
The same base system is used in all four formations.
Only four routes are available in the base system: slant, stop, out, and deep.
The module expands the base system to 255 addressable points, increases the number of relay outputs to 58, and adds 400 events to the history buffer for a total of 499 events.
In addition to the base system, the Micro Bore lets users easily add an array of options to create a more customized line.
A second EUROVAV'97 paper dealing with modularity of tabular rule bases was "Feature Construction for Verification and Validation of Tabular Knowledge Base Systems" by Piramuthu.

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