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The inclusions have been found to deteriorate the performance of CdZnTe crystals, and in our efforts to improve the detector performance; we set out to investigate the distribution and profile of Te inclusions using the Interactive Data Language Development Environment (IDL-DE).
IDL, the Interactive Data Language, is an ideal computing environment for the interactive analysis and visualization of scientific and engineering data.
Research Systems has released IDL (Interactive Data Language) Student Version, a fourth-generation programming language for engineers and scientists.
Last, there is commercial software, such as Interactive Data Language (IDL) and Mathematica, gradually being rewritten for Linux.
The latest edition of the Interactive Data Language makes programming easier and does not require the traditional edit-compile-link-debug cycle of other languages.
This process would also benefit from the use of a common data language. Unless the industry develops common data communications standards and specifications that transcend all lines of business and are compatible in format, logic and definition, sharing data will continue to be a difficult task.
Since the development of early relational database management systems, the database community has focused its research activities on issues like developing more expressive data representation facilities, accelerating the performance of access mechanisms, and designing efficient data languages. The measure of efficiency of a data language has always been associated with its treatment of large collections of structured data -- in terms of effective search and retrieval mechanisms.
To properly deal with both data structures, a common data language would have to accommodate varying width lines.
Some currently available platforms for pervasive computing include PerLa, which is a data language and Microsoft Research's HomeOS, which is home automation operating system.
IDL, which stands for interactive data language, was initially developed as the Mariner Mars spectral Editor (MMED) in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Implementation concepts for an extensible data model and data language. ACM Trans.