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GUI

Abbreviation for:
glucose utilisation index
graphical user interface
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A graphical user interface or Web-based interface is used to view the current status of storage resources.
The new release includes improved analysis of heat flows in the process, new viscosity and kinetics math models, a new graphical user interface, and improved animation of the filling process.
It also announced plans for the development of a new product to help ease the migration of graphical user interface (GUI) components based on Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) to Microsoft .NET-based GUI components.
Version 5 of the data integration management programme features '.NET' technology in its architecture as well as an enhanced graphical user interface. This is intended to provide a way to automatically generate and maintain data interfaces.
OVP is a hosted multimedia application that integrates full-motion video, HTML text and graphics within a graphical user interface (GUI).
Algor has introduced a new graphical user interface with right-click functionality for its entire software line.
Entre 5.0's newly designed graphical user interface enables loan officers to add and maneuver folders and menu commands specific to their work style, and offers expanded data collection and better document handling.
It includes user-friendly graphical user interface and is suitable to a variety of processing environments and configuration options.
VDC predicts Java will be used in some 650,000 industrial automation devices in 2003, particularly those where a graphical user interface, Internet access, and networking are important.
In fact, the graphical user interface (GUI) is one of the main reasons why computers have become so much fun.
PageWriter 2000 incorporates the company's Memos open software platform and also offers a graphical user interface. That pager is expected to ship in June at a suggested $399.
At the local and wide-area network level of technology, cooperating providers can standardize the system, so the same graphical user interface is accessed at every location of care, and for every application, both clinical and financial, reducing the training costs and maximizing the ease of using various workstations.

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