(Askeri) (COBOL) ORTAK TİCARİ DİL: Ticari Bilgi İşlem usullerinin standart bir form halinde açıkça ifade edilebildiği bir dil. Bu dil yalnız bir iş programını; toplu bir çeviricisi bulunan münasip bir kompütere, direkt olarak verme vasıtası değil; ayrıca bu usulleri şahıslar arasında ifade vasıtası olarak da kullanılır
(Askeri) GÜÇ SEVİYESİNE GÖRE AYARLANMIŞ MADDELER: İhtiyaç hesapları; personel ve teçhizat yoğunluğu ile kullanma süresi ve kullanma oranı gibi faktörlere dayanan maddeler. Bak. "combination mission /level of-effort oriented items", "mission oriented items"
(Askeri) MAKİNA DİLİ: Komputer veya komputer sınıfından belirli bir makina tarafından anlaşılabilecek bilgileri ifade için, kullanılan bir düzen. Böyle bir dil, makina faaliyetlerini sınırlayan ve idare eden emirleri ve makina tarafından kayıt veya üzerinde işlem yapılacak bilgileri ihtiva edebilir
(Askeri) GÖREVE GÖRE AYARLANMIŞ MADDELER: İhtiyaç hesapları; bilinen veya tahmin edilen tahrip hedefi toplamı ile ifade edilmiş düşman imkan ve kabiliyetlerinin kıymetlendirilmesine dayanan maddeler. Ayrıca bakınız: "combination mission/ level of effort-oriented items; level-of-effortoriented items"
adjusted or located in relation to surroundings or circumstances; sometimes used in combination; "the house had its large windows oriented toward the ocean view"; "helping freshmen become oriented to college life"; "the book is value-oriented throughout
If someone is oriented towards or oriented to a particular thing or person, they are mainly concerned with that thing or person. It seems almost inevitable that North African economies will still be primarily oriented towards Europe Most students here are oriented to computers. giving a lot of time, effort, or attention to one particular thing
(Bilgisayar) Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural design pattern that concerns itself with defining loosely-coupled relationships between producers and consumers. While it has no direct relationship with software, programming, or technology, it's often confused with an evolution of distributed computing and modular programming
When you orient yourself to a new situation or course of action, you learn about it and prepare to deal with it. You will need the time to orient yourself to your new way of eating. = accustom see also oriented. the Orient the eastern part of the world, especially China and Japan the East east (1a), Occident
adj Used to describe software that is highly geared towards distributor level marketing Since all software is written for financial gain, the "Object" is sales, and the packaging is "Oriented" to achieving this Also used to mistakenly identify early-binding programming environments that are not quite totally unlike Eiffel
In programming, a combination of code, which is a sequence of instructions referred to as functions, along with data units, referred to as structures In the past, operating systems dealt with these entities separately The combination of function and structure, called an object, allows for significant advantages to programmers as well as the end users of software
Object-oriented software is all about objects An object receives and sends messages An object actually contains code (sequences of computer instructions) and data (information which the instructions operate on) Traditionally, code and data have been kept apart For example, in the C language, units of code are called functions, while units of data are called structures Functions and structures are not formally connected in C A C function can operate on more than one type of structure, and more than one function can operate on the same structure Not so for object-oriented software! In o-o (object-oriented) programming, code and data are merged into a single indivisible thing -- an object A primary rule of object-oriented programming is this: the user of an object should never need to peek inside the object
the current "latest & greatest" programming method Structured programming taken to another level The object of object oriented programming is to program well tested "objects" that can be used over and over in different programs without further testing Legend has it someone, somewhere succeeded in this at least partially at least once Examples of Object Oriented languages are SmallTalk, C++ (properly pronounced "C incremented"), Java and Eifel Object oriented programming is useful to keep large programming projects reasonably organized
- A software development methodology that offers the programmer standard reusable software modules (components), rather than requiring the developer to write custom programming code each time Using standard components reduces development time (because the writing and testing of those components has already been done by other programmers), and ensures a standard look and feel for programs using the same components
In computing, object-oriented programming involves dealing with code and data in blocks so that it is easier to change or do things with. object-oriented software. object-oriented computer programming languages are based on objects that are arranged in a hierarchy
Used to describe an image created by the use of a mathematical equation using x-y coordinates rather than a bitmap image (created using dots) An object-oriented image can be printed at any size without a loss of resolution In contrast, a bitmap image will loose resolution when printed at larger sizes See also: bitmap; line art; raster; vectors 34
An approach to structuring software applications Instead of thinking of an application as a process with steps, we think of it as a set of objects that exchange messages Now the dominant approach to software development Java and Visual Basic are object-oriented software development languages
-The use of coding techniques and tools that incorporate computer programs into discrete reusable elements (objects) with associated properties (e g , data, data manipulation/actions, inheritance) A firm's entire set of applications could conceivably be built from one library of objects See Java Could provide flexibility and economy in systems development
A principle of analysis, design, and programming that treats system components as objects, i e , any method, language, or system that supports object identity, classification, encapsulation, and specialization C++, Smalltalk, Objective-C, and Eiffel are examples of object-oriented implementation languages
While the specifics are well beyond the scope of this document, the term "object-oriented" applies to a philosophy of software creation Often this philosophy is referred to as object-oriented design (sometimes abbreviated as OOD), and programs written with it in mind are referred to as object-oriented programs (often abbreviated OOP) Programming languages designed to help facilitate it are called object-oriented languages (sometimes abbreviated as OOL) and databases built with it in mind are called object-oriented databases (sometimes abbreviated as OODB or less fortunately OOD) The general notion is that an object-oriented approach to creating software starts with modeling the real-world problems trying to be solved in familiar real-world ways, and carries the analogy all the way down to structure of the program This is of course a great over-simplification Numerous object-oriented programming languages exist including: Java, C++, Modula-2, Newton Script, and ADA
graphics Used for line drawings, logos, and other images that require smooth edges Made up of mathematically defined curves and line segments called vectors Beneficial in printing due to ability to be enlarged without loss of detail
Programming languages and techniques where data carries with itself the "methods" (also known as "functions") used to handle that data An OO programmer, for instance, can write a statement such as "object print()" without having to be concerned about what kind of object will be involved at "run time" or what its printing method is Object-oriented code is both more flexible and more organized, so it is far easier to write, read, and change than procedural code OO code is also incomparably better for writing programs to run in interactive windowing environments
Although object-oriented concepts have been around almost as long as Pink Floyd, they have become most fashionable during the past decade The concepts involve combining data with program elements that operate on the data This is supposed to more closely model real-world objects A geek's definition would not be complete without mentioning abstraction, encapulation, messages, classes, inheritance, and polymorphism C++, the language ARX is based on, is an object-oriented extension of the C programming language
To be object-oriented, a language must meet three criteria It must support encapsulation (which VB has done since version 4) It must support inheritance (which VB 7 will support) and it must support polymorphism (which VB has done since version 4surprised? Read the section on polymorphism below) So in version 7, VB will be fully object-oriented, as it will meet these criteria
A software method (also known as vector) that is used for describing and processing computer files Object-oriented graphics and PostScript type are defined by mathematics and geometry Bitmapped images, such as PhotoShop images, are defined by pixels on a rectangular grid
Computer programming that emphasizes the structure of data and their encapsulation with the procedures that operate upon it. It is a departure from traditional or procedural programming. OOP languages incorporate objects that are self-contained collections of computational procedures and data structures. Programs can be written by assembling sets of these predefined objects in far less time than is possible using conventional procedural languages. OOP has become extremely popular because of its high programming productivity. C++ and Objective-C (early 1980s) are object-oriented versions of C that have gained much popularity. See also Java
(computer science) a programming language that enables the programmer to associate a set of procedures with each type of data structure; "C++ is an object-oriented programming language that is an extension of C
lie toward the corresponding parts of the horizon; to rotate (a map attached to a plane table) until the line of direction between any two of its points is parallel to the corresponding direction in nature
(1) v The response of an organism in taking up a particular position in relation to a particular stimulus (2) n To turn a map so that the north direction on the map is parallel to the north direction on the ground (compass)
adjusted or located in relation to surroundings or circumstances; sometimes used in combination; "the house had its large windows oriented toward the ocean view"; "helping freshmen become oriented to college life"; "the book is value-oriented throughout"
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