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program generator

[′prō·grəm ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
A program that permits a computer to write other programs automatically.
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Access to the COBOL Shell Program Generator requires user registration to Remote Consulting USA.
As the machine component information changes, so too does the database on the offline program generator.
Program generators can be a bailout in this instance, and that is the thrust of this article.
To ensure a smooth DFT flow for its customers, Synopsys worked closely with Agilent Technologies to develop that company's test program generator and related tools, particularly the Agilent SmarTest PG CTL Browser.
The SmarTest Program Generator CTL Browser for the Agilent 93000 SOC Series offers direct support for the IEEE P1450.
A result of the companies' three-year strategic alliance, the methodology is enabled by the Agilent 93000 SmarTest Program Generator (PG) 2.
The analyzer merges various testability reports created by the ScanPlusTPG [TM] Test Program Generator.
has selected its SmarTest Program Generator design-for-test software to reduce test time for China's first commercial set-top box (STB) ICs for digital television.
The SmarTest Program Generator (SmarTest PG) for the 93000 SOC platform streamlines the design-to-test process and accesses the concurrent test capability within the tester.
NYSE:A) today announced the Agilent SmarTest Program Generator CTL Browser for the Agilent 93000 SOC Series, the industry's first test program generation environment to offer direct support for the IEEE P1450.
The included powerful Windows program generator allows users to quickly create advanced data collection applications suited to their particular needs.
The introduction of a wireless program generator for our family of Falcon data terminals enables our customers to create data collection applications that can greatly improve end-user productivity levels," said Brad West, Vice President of Mobile and Wireless for PSC Inc.

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