basic instruction

basic instruction

[′bā·sik in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
An instruction in a computer program which is systematically changed by the program to obtain the instructions which are actually carried out. Also known as presumptive instruction; unmodified instruction.
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As teaching moves from production to outcomes-based assessment and our society lives with information anxiety and overload, some basic instruction goals of academic librarians have changed.
The youth had a 50cc off-road motorbike and agreed to give the boy basic instruction and allowed him to ride the motorcycle without a helmet.
Patients should receive some basic instruction on the pathophysiology of the auditory system as it relates to tinnitus in order to weaken the emotional reactions that exacerbate symptoms.
The randomized, single-blind trial compared a group of patients who received the brief cognitive-behavioral therapy with a control group of patients who received two sessions of basic instruction in sleep hygiene.
The randomized, single-blind trial compared patients receiving the brief cognitive-behavioral therapy with a control group of patients who received two sessions of basic instruction in sleep hygiene.
The CJ1 features processor speeds ranging from 80 nanoseconds to as low as 20 nanoseconds per basic instruction, and up to 2,560 I/O points.
Therefore, basic instruction in phonological awareness, such as rhyming activities, with preschool children has been indicated.
In other words, the proof-of-training form simply verifies that an operator has received basic instruction for a particular directional drill model.
Gann, John Murphy and Stan Weinstein have all authored books on technical analysis and their work provides basic instruction in an area that is increasing piquing the interests of the modern individual investor.
From basic instruction and technical education to management and skills training for professionals on the job, associations are helping America work smarter in the face of relentless change.
Users should receive guidance on which resources are best for their needs, and basic instruction on search technique, and should feel assured that the system is not difficult and is evolving toward a more efficient, effective, and easy-to-use system.
After finishing the basic instruction in fishing (casting, knots, terminal gear, safety, etc.

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