extensible system

extensible system

[ik′sten·sə·bəl ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system in which users may extend the basic system by implementing their own languages and subsystems and making them available for others to use.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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• Hardened, extensible system featuring a robust x86 application engine module that can leverage Linux or Windows business specific applications to meet IoT / M2M solution requirements
A stable extensible system architecture is the core of the whole design of healthcare information system.
"The BigBand BMR allows us to refine our focus on critical customer issues, like insuring high quality video, while putting in place an extensible system that can meet our future growth plans.
Furthermore, an access control mechanism must address the fact that extensions often originate from other networked computers and are untrusted, yet execute as an integral part of an extensible system and interact closely with other extensions.
The Extensible system can be extended or retracted while the belt is in full production, thus limiting losses in output due to belt moves.
Possible solutions, that could also be combined with each other, include a basic extensible system that could provide a special fall-back mode to handle cases of missing components; for instance, by representing the corresponding parts of the documents by non-functional outlines or bitmaps.
* Finally, to produce an extensible system, I aimed for a clean, esthetically pleasing design, specifically, one that was modular, declarative, parallelizable, and so forth.
At the NAB show, drive units and extended libraries currently under development will be showcased as a technical exhibition in order to propose faster and more extensible systems. In particular, the forthcoming 'ODS-D77U/F' drive systems are to deliver double the read and write speeds of the current drives, making them ideal for storage of high-bit-rate movies, TV shows, and commercials.
Compatible with all past Tera systems and data, products implemented using Tera's CMSA are Web-based, extensible systems. CMSA allows technology developers and other third parties to access, manipulate, and archive content using standard Web facilities, which allow decentralized organizations to work together.

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