data generator

data generator

[′dad·ə ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
A specialized word generator in which the programming is designed to test a particular class of device, the pulse parameters and timing are adjustable, and selected words may be repeated, reinserted later in the sequence, omitted, and so forth.
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Numerous photo and video applications in High Performance devices like Camcorders, Smart Phones, Tables also require such digital data generator and formatter.
The data generator is constituted by a single flip-flop (FF) and an inverter on the feedback path, in order to produce a data pattern of altered 0-1-0-1 continuously.
Data generator [right arrow] data analyzer [right arrow] [right arrow] Provide easy-to-read reports from various platforms so administrators and teachers can quickly assess student progress.
The first part in this model is random data generator which generates binary data, and each 4-bit is mapped into one of 16-point Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) rectangular constellation shown in Figure 2.
The test driver takes the instrumented code and test data, generated by test data generator using variable information extracted in static analysis, for execution of code.
Priority V 17.2 includes a number of functionality and Ul enhancements to Priority's strong Business Logic layer that includes Business Process Management (BPM) tools, a dedicated Business Rules Generator and Data Generator. Priority Business logic layer is designed to empower users to create and manage business rules with minimal involvement from IT staff, these BPM tools support sophisticated and powerful rules to handle business workflow, policies and procedures efficiently.
Indias apex pollution data generator, which analysed the 2009- 2012 water quality data, also said the Bihar stretch the most polluted.
Ahmed and Hermadi [29] proposed a GA-based test data generator for multiple paths.
First of all, the trajectory simulator (TS) gives a specific trajectory which includes vehicle attitude, velocity, and positions, based on which the IMU data generator calculates the actual acceleration and all the angular rates for the inertial sensor triads in body frame.
These international rankings are, of course, based on whatever patchy data one can lay one's hands on for a whole range of countries - one data generator for a reputed international organization once told me that, as the annual deadline approaches, the pressure on them to somehow fill as many cells as possible in the international data matrix in front of them is intense - blithely ignoring uneven quality and poor comparability of data across countries, and in some cases where the data are practically non-existent, the tabulators even feel compelled to extrapolate from data for other countries in the neighborhood.
Another model: The data generator would keep the data but answer very specific requests.