source library

source library

[′sȯrs ¦lī‚brer·ē]
(computer science)
A collection of computer programs in compiler language or assembler language.
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Lockheed Martin developed the Common Source Library (CSL) which enables efficient deployment of common software solutions across the Surface Navy, with variation techniques to customize for particular configurations.
Up to 16 unique processes from the power source library can be defined for easy access within the interface, and up to 1,000 custom arc files with specific processes and parameters are available for use in motion programming.
The JS ATAGO Aegis Weapon System merges BMD into an Integrated Air and Missile Defense capability using commercial-off-the-shelf and open architecture technologies including the Aegis Common Source Library (CSL).
ByWater Solutions has been recognized for its customer satisfaction in supporting library systems and is currently the largest service provider for the Koha Open Source Library System supporting more than 1,000 Koha libraries.
In addition, Martin has been active in the development of the FOLIO open source library services platform.
To achieve this, the companies plan to combine SAP's business process expertise withGoogle's machine learning services, such as the Translate and Speech APIs, and the open source library for machine learning, TensorFlow.
By deploying an innovative range of software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions based on an open source library of standardized derivatives pricing and risk models, OpenGamma is offering a more cost-effective and nimble alternative to legacy, enterprise-wide platforms.
It is a free source library which translates the required design into hardware driving signals using the processor of microcontroller.
This guide covers the basics of computer vision and its automation implemented using this open source library. By necessity, it is a brief introduction.
With Financial support provided by the Louisiana Contractors' Trust Fund and TTC IAB members, 27,000 citation records were reviewed for completeness, edited and categorized using an open source library software named KOHA.
Bills 1052 and 1053, passed in late September, call for creating free, open source digital textbooks for 50 of the most widely taken introductory courses among the University of California, The California State University, and California Community Colleges systems, and creating a state digital open source library to house the texts.
I began this line of thought because I've been working with libraries migrating to Open Source library systems (Koha and Evergreen) for the past few years.