system generation


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system generation

[′sis·təm ‚jen·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
A process that creates a particular and uniquely specified operating system; it combines user-specified options and parameters with manufacturer-supplied general-purpose or nonspecialized program subsections to produce an operating system (or other complex software) of the desired form and capacity. Abbreviated sysgen.
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With continued improvements of new chemistry system generations, which feature has created efficiencies for laboratorians and physicians?
However, the total system generation profit is reduced due to the increased cost of thermal power generation.
The objective function f is the total system generation cost expressed by (9).
Consequently, power designers are tasked with a wide range of continuous (and sometimes conflicting) improvements with each successive system generation. Although these designers tend to be risk-averse, this environment mandates the fast adoption of new power-related technologies to remain competitive.
Later chapters describe an integrative model of deductive-inductive commonsense reasoning, a model of fuzzy commonsense reasoning, object-oriented technology for expert system generation, and case technology for psycho-diagnostic system generation.
They also report that "[c]ertain pathogens induce the immune system generation of APL antibodies and can be a triggering mechanism for APS." Several pathogens have been linked to the onset of CFS and FM.
Personal auto insurance company Esurance has migrated to the Compliance Management System Generation 2 (CMS G2) platform from Kaplan Compliance Solutions (KCS), the provider of service and technology solutions for the insurance and securities industries said on Tuesday.
The probabilistic models of reliability for power system generation in the uncertain probabilistic form are shown in Figures 5 and 6.
The new version also gives designers an interface to SOPC Builder, Altera's system generation tool for the development of system-on-a-programmable-chip (SOPC) applications.
This second system generation, likewise rated at up to 500 cycles an hour, is able to handle packing and unpacking, plus sorting tasks.
In general, a new PC system generation comes along every 18 months or so.
System integration becomes an increasingly important issue when power generation from intermittent resources approaches 10% of total system generation.

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