macroprogramming

macroprogramming

[¦mak·rō′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(computer science)
The process of writing machine procedure statements in terms of macroinstructions.
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Perrot, "Dynamic macroprogramming of wireless sensor networks with mobile agents," in Proc.
Changes to camera titling, macroprogramming, and frame rate manipulation can be accomplished from recorders or workstations on the system.
With macroprogramming, I create one program for the machining of holes, for example, and every time I need to create a hole, I call it up, specify size, and it's automatically integrated into the program.