This user manual is part of the WinCC flexible documentation. The manual provides you with
a complete overview of configuring with WinCC flexible. The manual supports you in creating
new projects, in the procedure used during configuration and in transferring a project to an
The manual is intended for newcomers, operators and configuration engineers involved in
configuration, commissioning, installation and service with WinCC flexible.
The help integrated in WinCC flexible, the WinCC flexible Information System, contains
The advantages of the iX HMI solution regarding design,
functionality and connectivity significantly reduce engineering
time and lead to a faster return on your investment.
Create and configure your iX HMI solution in a familiar
Windows environment – with ribbon menus, an intuitive
workflow and context-sensitive help. Vector based scalable
graphics and Windows media objects make sure your applications
look professional and reflect your high standard.
In this chapter you will learn how to define types that support multiple behaviors, how to discover these behaviors at runtime, and how to selectively hide particular behaviors using explicit interface implementation. In addition to examining a number of predefined .NET interface types, you will also learn how to make use of custom interfaces to build an ad hoc event architecture.
Multi-source statistical machine translation is the process of generating a single translation from multiple inputs. Previous work has focused primarily on selecting from potential outputs of separate translation systems, and solely on multi-parallel corpora and test sets. We demonstrate how multi-source translation can be adapted for multiple monolingual inputs.
We present our work on information extraction from multiple, multi-lingual sources for the Multimedia Indexing and Searching Environment (MUMIS), a project aiming at developing technology to produce formal annotations about essential events in multimedia programme material. The novelty of our approach consists on the use of a merging or cross-document coreference algorithm that aims at combining the output delivered by the information extraction systems.
This is a system demo for a set of tools for translating texts between multiple languages in real time with high quality. The translation works on restricted languages, and is based on semantic interlinguas. The underlying model is GF (Grammatical Framework), which is an open-source toolkit for multilingual grammar implementations. The demo will cover up to 20 parallel languages. Two related sets of tools are presented: grammarian’s tools helping to build translators for new domains and languages, and translator’s tools helping to translate documents. ...
Christine Buci-Glucksmann's brilliant study of modern social theory
is concerned with the ways in which social realities can be represented,
and in particular with the possible means of representing
'modernity'. More specifically still, she wants to understand the
aesthetic systems of modernity. Representation concerns the multiple
ways in which realities can be encoded in a system of signs,
typically through what we regard as art, religion and language, that
is through symbolic orders. Aesthetics is narrowly defined as the
philosophy of art, or more broadly as a theory of beauty.
Tutorial: Learning to Program Amos with Visual Basic
You can use Amos 4.0 as a component in the computer programs you write. It is a relatively easy process because Amos lets you work in a general-purpose programming language instead of having to learn some special language. To use Amos 4.0 with your program, you need to program in a language or environment that can control automation servers, e.g., Microsoft Visual Basic, Microsoft C++, the SPSS scripting facility, SAS, DEC Visual FORTRAN or Borland Delphi1.