system library

system library

[′sis·təm ′lī‚brer·ē]
(computer science)
An organized collection of computer programs that is maintained on-line with a computer system by being held on a secondary storage device and is managed by the operating system.
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has introduced the 2019b release of its: DEVICE Suite for photonic multiphysics simulation including FDTD, MODE, CHARGE, HEAT, DGTD, FEEM, and STACK; SYSTEM Suite for photonic integrated circuit simulation including INTERCONNECT, CML Compiler, Laser Library, and System Library; and Interoperability Products including Automation API, partner integration licenses and foundry CMLs.
Academic-affiliated library mergers are similar to hospital system library mergers in that they offer an opportunity to maintain hospital library services and access to a librarian, but in some cases, at the cost of keeping more librarians employed to maintain onsite library services with full-time librarian expertise.
As a first step, the upcoming version SimulationX 3.9.3 will feature Modelon's Fuel System Library, dedicated to the aerospace sector.
Keeping bibliographic records current in the Network Zone is achieved with the OCLC's WorldShare Collection Manager, a service offered by OCLC and initiated by GALILEO after go live, that provides updated cataloging records for all University System library holdings.
Simply stated, no California community library or California university system library should be without a copy of Douglas L.
French forum named MacBidouille has ferreted around the OS X 10.10 Yosemite beta developer preview's system library to unearth the clues pointing to a Retina display equipped iMac, says (http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/06/04/retina-display-imac-found-in-os-x-1010-yosemite-code) Apple Insider .
Director, Moses Cone Health System Library, Greensboro, NC
ABB recently unveiled Minerals Library 5.1/4, a new version of its process control system library to reduce operating costs and increase productivity of mineral processing plants.
Another powerful new feature is the addition of a full coordinate system library. Users can create maps from data in all different coordinate systems.
This information is processed against the system library, yielding values at the individual pixel level for identification confidence, correlation of measured versus reference spectra, signal-to-noise, brightness temperature, and other characteristics for each compound detected.
Changeover from a 25-ounce bottle to a 250-ounce bottle, for instance, involves five touches on the HMI to select the proper part from the system library using a touchscreen.

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