PMS is a searchable music database manager written in C++ and ncurses. The project goal is to create a program much like Foobar2000 for Windows. PMS is capable of creating playlists, rating songs, reading tags, and much more.
PMS is designed to provide the same basic features as procmail , it provides a more "basic" approach to this task. The config file is more human readable, and does not provide as many advanced features as procmail does, which helps to keep simple tasks simple.
Pantone Matching System. The most widely used system for specifying and blending match colours. The PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM identifies more than 700 colours. It provides designers with swatches for specific colours, and gives printers the recipes for making those colours. Neither a commercial printer nor an ink manufacture developed PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, leaving the choice of ink brand up to the printer.
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Practice Management System
Pantone Matching Systems. Pantone matching systems or PMS for short are the most popular color matching systems used in the printing industry. A true PMS color is defined by a mixture of inks that will provide a specific color.
Abbreviation for pantone matching systems.
PMS stands for the Pantone Matching System, a system for identifying ink colours. Each colour is identified by a number (for instance, PMS 485 is a bright red) and letter (usually U or C for uncoated and coated) representing the kind of paper. When you request a particular PMS colour from a swatch book, the printer can use a colour that should match precisely. There are thousands of colours available in the Pantone Matching System, including specialty inks such as pastels and metallics.
Pantone Matching System; an international printing industry ink matching standard; Pantone, Inc. is the world-wide standard for color data, color reproduction and color reproduction materials, and color related products and services.
Abbreviation of antone atching ystem ©, an ink matching system. Pick a colour, any colour.
A standardized ink color system that includes approximately 500 basic colors for both coated and uncoated paper stocks. An assigned number and formula accompany each color swatch in the PMS book, which enables design and printing professionals to identify and communicate specific colors. Also see process color.
Project Management System
the ink color system commonly used in the printing industry. There are over 500 colors - for both coated and uncoated stock - they are available to look at in a swatch book that shows both the PMS number as well as the formula mixture.
PIN Management Services
A system for assigning numbers too specific colors and shades of ink. It is used to choose and communicate color so exact matches can be obtained.
Pantone Matching System. A color match system for printing inks.
Pest Management Strategy
the company/brand name of a system for specifying colors, as standard in the printing industry. PDF (Portable Document Format): the file format in Adobe's Acrobat document exchange technology. Acrobat/PDF has become the de facto standard for document exchange as well as for publishing documents on the Web that are downloaded and read independently of the HTML pages. Millions of brochures, data sheets, white papers and technical manuals are on the Web in PDF format.
Prompt management system - The software for recording auto attendant prompts and greetings. The PMS is available from the telephone user interface to users who have administrator or prompt manager privileges.
Print industry colour matching system.
An industry standard used to identify and match the color you are using in your logo/artwork. This system is highly accurate and produces consistent results. Some of our factories may require a PMS Charge to mix the colors.
Pantone Matching System. A patented process for defining colours. Pantone colours (called PMS colours) can be specified from a swatch book and then closely duplicated by a printer from books that explain how to mix colours to match the numbered inks in the swatch book. PMS colours can also be specified in many applications as screen colour, although the resulting colour may not match its spot counterpart exactly.
Pentone Matching System, which in graphic arts and printing, is a standard system of ink color specification consisting of a swatch book in which each of about 500 colors is assigned a number.
PMS is an automated billing system commonly used by hotels to perform in-room billing of services.
Policy Management System. Insurance Industry software system.
Pantone Matching System. A widely used proprietary system for specifying spot colour in percentages of eleven standard colours with the use of a Pantone name or number. This ensures that the right colour is obtained in print even though the colour may not look right when displayed on a computer monitor. Each PANTONE colour has a CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) or process colour equivalent. Paper Coated paper: A shiny, varnished paper. Uncoated Paper: Unvarnished paper, usually has a higher ink absorption rate than coated paper.
Pantone Matching System color; the number indicates one of a set of standard formulas for mixing ink colors, used by all printers.
An industry-standard numbered color system that printers and designers use to select and communicate accurate color choice. Pantone guides are available at PSB for your reference.
Property Management System. An Oracle based COTS package that tracks NIST's property and equipment inventory.
Pantone Matching System. Color publication guides to help the designer communicate colors for reproduction. The colors correspond to inks used in the printing process.
Planned Maintenance System.
Power Management System. Operates the grid by opening and closing circuit breakers at major substations and transmission facilities.
Pantone Matching System. A color matching system that has a palette of colors with matching ink formulas.
antone atching ystem®. A widely-used system for specifying, mixing and matching printers' inks.
property management system. A PMS is a software system used in the hospitality industry to manage customer accounting and billing.
Pantone Matching System. Trademark of a color scale commonly used for precisely matching colors for printing. Each hue comes with a coded number, which indicates instructions for mixing inks to achieve color match.
Pantone Matching System Standard color matching system that utilizes a swatch booklet. Used primarily in the offset industry, however it is a very useful reference point for color matching, which is why we often ask for these colors.
Portfolio Management Service
Pantone Matching System. The PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM is an international reference for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling ink colors. The PANTONE formula guides of 1,114 solid PANTONE Colors shows corresponding printing ink formulas for each color, and is printed on coated, uncoated and matte stock to show color variations caused by the stock used for each formula.
Specifying color by numbered color samples from swatch books.
A colour matching system consisting of swatches and ink formulas.
Pantone Matching System. A worldwide industrial and consumer language for the selection, presentation, specification, communication, matching and control of color.
PMS is the Pantone Matching System, a proprietary name for one of the most commonly used systems for colour matching.
Pantone Matching System. The most widely used system for specifying and blending match colors. If you are unfamiliar with this system, ask your BOPI account executive to show you a sample of a PMS book with all the Pantone colors.
Pantone matching system, a system used to specify specific colours
Abbreviation for the "Pantone Matching System". The Printing Industries special colour standard. Eg: "I want this green to be Pantone 290"
Abbreviation for the "PANTONE Matching System", a system for mixing and matching ink colors, identified by number.
Pantone Matching System. PMS is a system of color formulas that are used to mix inks to industry standard colours. A Pantone guide shows how spot colours will be appear when printed. A process guide shows how Pantone spot colours will appear when converted to process (CMYK).
A system for colour selection, mixing and matching.
Personal Message System is the term applied to a simple private TNC based messaging (mailbox) system.
An abbreviation for the Pantone Matching System. See Pantone.
PANTONE® Matching System. A proprietary color classification system for printing inks, with colors coded numerically for easy identification. PANTONE is a registered trademark of Pantone, Inc. The colors shown and specified are not intended to match the PANTONE color standards. The standards for PANTONE colors are shown in the current editions of the PANTONE color publications. PANTONE colors are not equivalent to Toyo colors.
Pantone Matching System. A standard whereby inks are mixed to create different ink colors using a minimal amount of base colors. In an ideal world PMS 185 would look the same regardless of the printing company or printing process used. (We don't live in an ideal world)
A facility's local patient management system.
The abbreviated name of the Pantone Colour Matching System
Pantone Matching System. A worldwide standard for specifying a particular color in printing inks.
Pantone Matching System. A color scale used to precisely match colors for printing. Each color has a coded number indicating the precise recipe for mixing inks to produce the color.
Pantone Matching System of color standards and matching, indicated by a universal number given to each specific color and shade.
Pantone Matching System. An international system used to mix inks to standard colors. This is similar to paint-mixing systems used at paint stores.
acronym for Pantone Matching System, a graphics industry standard spot color printing system [ pantone color guides
Use of the â€œPantone Matching Systemâ€ for spot colors that either canâ€™t be achieved through 4/c process or is more economical for producing one-, two-, or three- color designs.
PMS is the acronym given to colour codes associated with a specific ink library. Print shops often refer to a PMS colour.
Obsolete reference to Pantone Matching System. The correct trade name of the colours in the Pantone Matching System is Pantone colours, not PMS Colours.
Pantone Matching System. Ink colour system used extensively in the graphic design and printing industries; Pantone colours are carefully graded so that exact colours can be matched throughout the design and print process. Inks are referred to by a specific number, which corresponds to the ink colour
Pantone Matching System. A standardized ink color system widely used in the graphic arts industry, includes approximately 800 basic colors for both coated and uncoated paper. The color number and formula for each color is shown beneath the color swatch in the ink book.
color matching system created by Pantone.
Pantone Matching System used by printers for color standardization.
Publication Management System
Plant Monitoring System
Pantone Matching System. A standardized series of thousands of colors, each with specific color formulations and identification numbers. PMS colors are duplicated in swatch books and in computer-graphics programs to allow exact duplication of colors in printing and other processes.
Pantone Matching System. A proprietary color mixing system.
Local hotel administration system used e.g. for reservation management, availability, check-in/out, folios, guest profiles, occupancy, and reports. The interface to a CRS is possible to transfer availabilities to different distribution systems. Additionally, various interfaces are available to create further links to external systems such as restaurant and banquet cash registers, minibar, telephone or call centers.
Stands for Pantone Matching System. A color control system by Pantone which allows graphic designers to control color output in printed materials.
Pavement Management System
Ink colors specially mixed to create custom ink colors. Specified by a number, i.e. PMS# 327.
Obsolete reference to Pantone Matching System. The correct trade name of the colors in the Pantone Matching System is Pantone colors, not PMS Colors.
The abbreviation of the Pantone Color Matching System.
Pantone Matching System. A colour guide to help visualize, communicate and control applied process Colours for type, logos, borders, backgrounds and other graphics treatments.
see Pantone Matching System
The abbreviated name of the Pantone Color Matching System.
PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM. A system of inks, color specifications, and color guides for specifying and reproducing color.
Pantone Matching System. Color scale used to precisely match colors for printing. Each hue has a coded number indicating instructions for mixing inks to achieve that hue.
A color scale used to precisely match colors for printing inks. Each color has a coded number indicating instruction for mixing inks to achieve it. The inks are mixed using 11 basic colors.
Pantone Matching System. Commercial system for specifying colors by means of numbered color samples. Used for "spot areas" of single colors or those other than process (CMYK) colors.
A printing industry standard for specifying spot color.
A printing color standard and selection system. This is virtually the universal standard for printing color selection. Most printers have books containing samples of more than a thousand colors and their mixing formulas.
Pantone Matching System. A popular color matching system used by the printing industry to print spot colors (colors that can be reproduced with only their own ink) but not for process colors, which need a combination of the four inks, CMYK. Each PMS color has its own name or number that helps you make sure that your colors are the same each time you print, even if your monitor displays a different color or if you change printing services.
Pantone Matching System. A book of standardized color in a fan format used to identify, match and communicate colors in order to produce accurate color matches in printing. Each color has a coded number indicating instructions for mixing inks to achieve that color.
Pantone Matching System. Numbering system for identifying 3,000+ colors created through combination of standard SWOP inks. Pantone produces numerous colormatching systems for standard print and computer applications.
Commonly used initials of Pantone, Inc., trade names for ink colors in that company's color matching system.
An ink color system widely used in the graphic arts. There are approximately 500 basic colors, for both coated and uncoated paper. The color number and formula for each color are shown beneath the color swatch in the ink book. to top
Pantone Matching System. A color scale used to precisely match colors for printing. Each color has a coded number indicating instructions for mixing inks to achieve it.
Pantone Matching System. The standard colour system used for printing your book in any process other than full-colour, such as 2-colour.
a standard color-matching system used by printers and graphic designers for inks, papers, and other materials. A PMS color is a standard color defined by percentage mixtures of different primary inks.
Abbreviation for PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, a standard trademark for color reproduction and color reproduction materials owned by Pantone, Inc.
Pantone Matching System. an ink color system widely used in the graphic arts. The PMS system identifies more than 700 colors, provides designers with swatches for specific colors, and gives printers the formulas for creating those colors.
PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM®. Based on a color swatch book system that gives printers recipes for how to mix inks to match the colors shown, Pantone is the most widely used ink color matching system in America.
Pantone Matching System. Trademark of a color scale commonly used for matching colors for printing. Each color has a coded number, which gives measurements for mixing inks to achieve color match.
Payment Management System
performance management system.
Pantone Matching System. The printing industry standard for color matching.
Short for Pantone Matching System; a trademarked standard for specifying and producing spot colors using proprietary ink mixes.
Abbreviation for the “Pantone Matching System”. A system of color standardization generally accepted throughout the printing and graphic arts industries.
Parking Management Subsystem
Pantone Matching System. A commonly used system for identifying specific ink colors.
Pantone Matching System. Unique numbering system for identifying colors created by combinations of standard SWOP inks.
Pantone Matching System; one of several color-matching systems devised to insure consistency and agreement on color between original artwork and printed reproduction.
Pantone Matching System. A colour scale used to precisely match colours for printing. Each colour has a coded number indicating instructions for mixing inks to achieve it.
PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM. A book of standard ink colors and various shades of each, which are used to match and identify the colors of pre-printed samples. It is a universal ink matching system put out by Pantone Ink Company.
This is a system of colour formulae where we can reproduce over 1,000 different shades and colours by accurately mixing several ‘standard' inks. We can print any colour listed in the Pantone Matching System so that you will get the exact colour you want.
Pantone Matching System (PMS) is a numbering system for identifying over 3,000 colours. Pantone is a standard colour format within the print industry and is mostly used on 1 or 2 colour artwork.
Pantone Matching System. A means of describing colors by assigning them numbers. See also Pantone Colors.
Pantone is best known as the company that produces color references for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling both Spot colors and CMYK colors.
Pantone Matching System. A registered color-matching system used by printers and graphic designers
Short for Pantone Matching System, a widely used colour-coding system that allows designers to define colours by numbers.
Property Management System (PMS) - An interface that allows a hotel to post restaurant charges, service charges, valet charges, etc. to a guest's room folio so that payment may be made for all charges incurred at one time.
Pantone Matching System. A colour standard in printing.
A system of identifying printing ink colours, officially the Pantone Matching System