control commands

control commands

pl n
(Computer Science) keyed instructions conveyed to a computer by using the control key in conjunction with the standard keys
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Users can hit the RS-232 control commands to record and stream at the press of a button.
The conveyor is supplied with power and control commands, via a CAN bus, by a compressed air channel and an electrical cable running through all the modules.
Radisys WebConnect translates JSR-309 media processing requests, in a Java EE environment, into Session Internet Protocol (SIP) and Media Server Markup Language (MSML RFC 5707) XML-based control commands which are compatible with any Radisys MRF.
Radisys WebConnect translates JSR-309 media processing requests, in a Java EE environment, into session Internet protocol and media server markup language (MSML RFC 5707) XML-based control commands which are compatible with any Radisys MRF.
This effort will be the first, as far as the development team knows, to standardise PaaS control commands.
Using sensors that record electroencephalograms (EEGs), or brain waves, Freie scientists are able to determine bioelectrical wave patterns for control commands like "left," "right," "accelerate," and "brake" in test subjects.
The premature snapping of these connectors led to the stoppage of the continuous flow of control commands to the first stage control electronics.
Your dog will need frequent refreshers, just as he does in the more advanced control commands required in blind retrieve training.
SimWebLink Server also expected to control commands from the user, which is entered by web browser.
Mobile control commands can also be sent: start, stop, water on/off, direction change, and water amount.
He might only be the size of a human thumb but his brain is big enough to allow him to follow simple remote control commands and use collision detection to avoid bumping into walls.