user program


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user program

[′yü·zər ′prō‚gram]
(computer science)
A computer program written by the person who uses it or by personnel of the organization that will use it. Also known as roll your own; user-written code.
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Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology that performs overall program behavior analysis by collecting execution information from user programs in each virtual machine (VM) on the virtual platform's hypervisor(1).
This technology can quickly and accurately analyze performance characteristics from the hypervisor level to the OS and user programs (business applications) on the VM, thereby grasping overall behavior.
In server virtualization, a single physical server can run multiple VMs simultaneously, with each VM running its own operating system and user programs.
However, there have been no performance-analysis tools that could accurately and comprehensively analyze the characteristics from processing that takes place within the hypervisor to the processing of the user programs and the operating system running on the VMs.
The Autodesk Certified User program includes AutoCAD Certified User and Autodesk Inventor Certified User certifications and tests students to ensure they understand and can effectively use Autodesk software.
Our Certified User program provides validation of their skills and helps them continue their pursuit of careers in design.
In addition to benefiting students, the Certified User program also serves educational institutions.
The Autodesk Certified User program is administered to students through Certiport, a test delivery solution provider for academic institutions.
User programs can be compiled, executed, and debugged using Dynamic C and a programming cable; no in-circuit emulator is required.
ABBYY's products include: FineReader OCR systems -- a family of end user programs and development tools for recognition of printed texts, tables and forms; FormReader -- an ICR program for recognition and processing of hand-printed forms; and ABBYY Retrieval & Morphology Engine -- a set of developer's tools for integration of full-text search and linguistic capabilities into external applications.