Program Control

Some articles on program, control, program control:

Propaganda - Techniques
... messages will contain directions on how to obtain more information, via a web site, hot line, radio program, et cetera (as it is seen also for selling purposes among other goals) ... This technique is used to convince the audience that a program is an expression of an irresistible mass movement and that it is in their best interest to join ... prior beliefs and value system—see Milieu control ...
Plotter - History
... A number of printer control languages were created to operate pen plotters, and transmit commands like "lift pen from paper", "place pen on paper", or "draw a line from ... Three common ASCII-based plotter control languages are Hewlett-Packard's HP-GL, its successor HP-GL/2 and Houston Instruments DMPL ... HP-GL script drawing a line SP1 PA500,500 PD PR0,1000 PU SP This program instructs the plotter, in order, to take the first pen, to go to coordinates X=500, Y=500 on the paper ...
Adaptive Educational Hypermedia - Case Studies - Aristotle University
4) Their system offers users two modes of control to users and users have the option of changing between the two at any time ... Learner control mode allows the user to view the entire hierarchy of concepts and topics and move freely through the course via links in the left sidebar whereas program ... In regards to program control mode, subjects suggested that the instructional guidance at the bottom of the screen should be reduced to give more screen space to the content ...

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    Imagine believing in the control of inflation by curbing the money supply! That is like deciding to stop your dog fouling the sidewalk by plugging up its rear end. It is highly unlikely to succeed, but if it does it kills the hound.
    —Michael D. Stephens. “On Sinai, There’s No Economics,” New York Times (Nov. 13, 1981)

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