Resource files are files used by the recognition engine to assist it in the recognition process, for example, the files that identify handwriting styles are resources, as are files used to recognize data formats, based on lexicons, or regular expressions. This knowledge is compiled into a file format, ready to be attached to a recognizer.
Data defined in a resource file, externally to a program. The resource file contains language-dependent string text and specifications of user interface elements. See also: resource file resource compiler Rcomp
A "resource" is a link to a data file (on hard disk, CD or a network drive). It can also be used for a link to a website (a URL such as "http://www.axiope.com"). "Resource" is one of the field types available when you make a class, so you can make references to files from records.
programming: One of Mac's greatest innovations when it came out in 1984. Resources are small chunks of program code that can be used over and over by applications. Every element of the Mac interface which we have come to know and love is a resource. Menus, icons, cursors, keyboard layouts, and many other things are resources. System software is largely composed of resources. Programs written for the Mac usually "borrow" system resources in order to generate their own interface. Any file or program running on the Mac has the potential to contain its own resources, in a section of the file known as the "resource fork". There is a parallel portion of the file called the "data fork" where the actual numeric and textual data lives.
Any means available to system users, including computational power, programs, data files, and storage capacity.
a file (for example: a document or picture)
Information (text) or downloadable files that may be of use to dancers (amateurs and professional), andanyone else working in dance (e.g. DJs). This includes choreography, terminology and music. Resource web sites on DanceWeb are given a star rating, to indicate their likely value.
twisted.web.resource.Resource, which are served by Twisted Web. Resources can be as simple as a static file on disk, or they can have dynamically generated content.
Any file on the web site that can be requested by the browser.
a block of data that can be read from an executable or DLL file by any program
a file or a series of files that are uploaded for the sole purpose of allowing deviants to use and learn from other deviant's experience
a file or directory
a file that contains data (e
a file that is needed during the execution of a Java application
a piece of data-a string, a bitmap, a sound file-that is compiled along with your control or VB application
a property file on the current classpath, or on the specified classpath
a type of file that matches certain criteria that you specify
An individual media or file element used within a Learning Object or an Assessment Item. For example, GIF images, BMP images, AU or RA audio files, video files, Microsoft Office files, HTML files, animation files.
A chunk that is important to SCUMM in some way. (Resource and chunk are mostly interchangeable. Chunk is used to refer to any RIFF file data block, resource only refers to SCUMM data blocks.)
A file that is deployed to a host when a plan is executed. The file might be a directory, a symbolic link, or another kind of file.
Content including web pages, files, datasources, Enterprise Java Beans, and more that are network accessible.
resource is a default read from the X-window resource manager. User resources are specified in the file ~/.Xdefaults and take the form `Pce.Class.instance_variable: Value'.
An SCO or SR within the resources section of a manifest file.
A device, data element or file for which access is requested.
A resource is any file (pdf, graphic or photo) that can be inserted or attached to a posting (web page). Resources are stored in the Resource Gallery.
(1) Any facility of a computing system or operating system required by a job or task, including main storage, input/output devices, the processing unit, data sets, and control or processing programs. (2) A binary data item that is linked to an executable file, a DLL, or some other binary file. Typically a resource defines an interface component such as a dialog box, a menu, an icon, a font, a bitmap, or a cursor. (3) Any element that requires translation, such as messages or online help.
Any file, directory, file system, or device that is required to perform a Network Installation Management (NIM) operation.
An item that can be requested by a Web browser (for example, HTML files, artwork files, and so on).
Data of any kind stored in a defined format in a fileâ€(tm)s resource fork and managed by the Resource Manager.
A data structure used to store a program's data or code. This structure is declared and defined using the Rez language. Resources used to store code are built by the linker; resources used to store data are built by a resource compiler.
In Microsoft Windows, resources are read-only data embedded in an EXE or DLL files.
In the Java programming language a resource is a piece of data that can be accessed relative to the code of an application. An application can access its resources through Uniform Resource Locators, like web resources, but the resources are usually contained within the JAR file(s) of the application.