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Ghostwriting vs. Copywriting

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Preparing a scientific article for publication in an electronic (online) journal

20 декабря, 2023

Translation and editing of drawings in CAD systems

10 декабря, 2023

About automatic speech recognition

30 ноября, 2023

Translation services for tunneling shields and tunnel construction technologies



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Background agent

Глоссарий ИТ-терминов
    A multitasking feature that allows for running code periodically in the background.




Agent, английский
  1. The decision-maker in a principal-agent relationship.

  2. Someone who has authority to act for another

  3. Агент

  4. Агент; реагент; компонент

  5. Хозяйственная единица; агент (в снс), см. transactor; economic unit; activity unit

  6. See knowbot.

  7. 1. a chemical substance which makes another substance react 2. a substance or organism which causes a disease or condition 3. a person who acts as a representative of another person or carries out some kinds of work on his or her behalf

  8. One who is empowered to enter into binding transactions on behalf of another (usually called the principal).

  9. N агенс4 (см. тж. patient) noun, suffix

  10. In physics, expresses that by which a thing is done or effected.—navy agent is a deputy employed to pass accounts, transact business, and receive pay or other monies, in behoof of the officers and crew, and to apply the proceeds as directed by them.— agent victuallers, officers appointed to the charge of provisions at our foreign ports and stations, to contract for, buy, and regulate, under the authority of the commissioners of the navy. (see negligence.)—prize agent, one appointed for the sale of prizes, and nominated in equal numbers by the commander, the officers, and the ship`s company.

  11. The mom/sce component installed on computers to perform management tasks on those computers. the agent communicates with the sce management server, sending data from the managed computers to the management server and downloading data from the management server to the managed computer. agent (n)

  12. Independent acting sections of code and data that represent active interacting pieces of a model or system.

  13. Сущность, которая воспринимает свое окружение и предпринимает действия, увеличивающие его шансы на успешное достижение своих целей.

  14. A party appointed to act on behalf of a principal entity or person. in context of project financing, refers to the bank in charge of administering the project financing.

  15. One who is not an attorney but may act for or in place of a patent applicant(s) before the u.s. patent and trademark office (uspto).

  16. A person authorized to act for and under the direction of another person when dealing with third parties. the person who appoints an agent is called the principal. an agent can enter into binding agreements on the principal’s behalf and may even create liability for the principal if the agent causes harm while carrying out his or her duties. see also attorney-in-fact.

  17. Агент, представитель, посредник


Agent, английский

Agent, английский

Agent, английский

Agent (causative), английский
    Возбудитель болезни этиологический агент (патоген), вызывающий инфекционный процесс (заболевание или носительство).


Agent (insurance), английский
    An employee who sells the products owned by the company, in contrast to a broker, who sells the insurance products of several companies. see broker.


Agent (of disease), английский

Agent (агент), русский
    Любое физическое или юридическое лицо, которое наделено правом выступать представителем другого лица.


Agent aerateur, французский

Agent bank, английский
    Банк-агент


Agent based modeling, английский
    A method of simulating the real world in which individual agents interact with their environment and each other to simulate real world behaviors and conditions. netlogo is good at agent based modeling.


Agent character, английский
    An interactive animated character who guides users through windows welcome. the character interacts with the user in ways similar to the natural aspects of human social communication. characters can respond by using synthesized speech, recorded audio, or text in a cartoon word balloon.


Agent commissionnaire en douane, французский

Agent coordinator, английский
    The service that manages installation and uninstallation of the dpm protection agent.


Agent de liaison, французский
    "1 - membre du commandement des services de secours responsable de la coordination avec les représentants de l’exploitant d`un tunnel et les autres services ou organismes de secours.


Agent de liaison, голландский
    "1 - membre du commandement des services de secours responsable de la coordination avec les représentants de l’exploitant d`un tunnel et les autres services ou organismes de secours.


Agent de maintenance, французский
    Agent d`un exploitant de tunnel chargé de tâches et de travaux spécifiques au sein de l’équipe de maintenance du tunnel.


Agent desktop, английский
    The compiled version of the unified service desk that represents the agent’s workspace from which they perform their job functions.


Agent d`echanges thermiques, французский

Agent fee, английский
    Плата за агентские услуги


Agent for service of process, английский
    Агент для получения процессуальных документов


Multitasking, английский
  1. Pertaining to the concurrent execution of two or more tasks by a computer. glossary/59 n n + 1 created by the fcc, this formula forms the basis by which the fcc regulates expansion of channel capacity for non-broadcast use. the fcc requires that if the government, education, public access, and leased channels are in use at least 80 percent of the monday-through-friday period for at least 80 percent of the time during any three-hour period for six consecutive weeks, then within six months the system`s channel capacity must be expanded by the operator.

  2. Многозадачность

  3. A form of processing supported by most current operating systems in which a computer works on multiple tasks-roughly, separate pieces’ of work-seemingly at the same time by parceling out the processor’s time among the different tasks. multitasking can be either cooperative or preemptive. in the former


Background, английский
  1. Фон

  2. The surface area against which the pattern is contrasted. the surface area of

  3. The portion of a scene that sits behind the main, foreground subject. the background can be made sharp or unsharp through the use of selective focusing techniques and depth of field manipulation.

  4. A фоновый; внеязыко- вой knowledge

  5. Sound or noise that interferes with radio or sonar reception.

  6. Фон, задний план о ~ for

  7. A page that you can assign to another page to create multiple layers in a drawing.

  8. In a graphical user interface such as windows, a pattern or picture in the screen background that can be chosen by the user.

  9. The area on a card that allows a user to make the card’s image a background when clicked on.

  10. The area that appears behind the tiles on the start screen.

  11. The color or image that appears behind the content of a visual element, for example, behind the text that is displayed in a textbox control or on your graphical user interface.

  12. The image that appears in the conversation window.

  13. The picture that appears in the photos hub.

  14. Formations on or signals from a test object that constitute the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. background signals may arise from visual, acoustic, chemical, electrical, or radiation sources that the sensor responds to. see also sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio.

  15. Formations on or signals from a test object that constitutes the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. background signals may arise from visual, acoustic, chemical, electrical or radiation sources that the sensor responds to. see also neural acuity; sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio.

  16. Formations on, or signals from, a test object that constitute the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. see also background fluorescence; neural acuity; sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio. glossary b 491

  17. In magnetic particle testing, the appearance or brightness of the surrounding area acting to reduce the contrast of an indication. (2) nonrelevant signal that tends to interfere with the normal reception or interpretation of the target being sought.


Periodical, английский
    Периодический; регулярный


Two-finger right-click, английский
    A multi-touch gesture that consists of either a left-down movement, or right-down, right-up or left-down, right-down, left-up, right-up (roll).


Flashpix, английский
    A multi-resolution, tiled file format for digital images.