A viewer is a graphical representation of a certain form of the world that is displayed to the computer user during each round. Depending on what information is available, a viewer may present a bird's-eye view representation of the grid field and situation at hand, the world statistics of each grid (such as the number of agents required to remove the debris and/or number of survivors), and/or the information of an agent's energy level.
A program designed to display files in certain formats. For example a viewer for image files, viewer for media files, etc. Acrobat reader is an example for a viewer of PDF files. ACDSee is a common viewer for image files.
A software utility that allows you to open and view any of a variety of file formats (typically GIF and JPEG)images online. WWWebfx Home Page
An external viewer is an application called by a browser to display types of graphics, video or audio not otherwise supported by the browser. In Netscape Navigator, viewers are configured using the Helper Applications tabsheet of the General Preferences property sheet on the Options menu. In Internet Exporer, most standard viewers are pre-configured using File Type registration, which is accessible through the Options property sheet on the View menu.
Viewers are structures managing the graphical display of the data. In Mayday 1.1 three viewers are available: profile plot, expression image and box plot. (see Section 3.6)
A thin client that actually draws the display on your screen.
The window in FCP that is used to display an individual clip. This is the location to change any of a clips properties.
A viewer is a software application or tool designed to display a specific type of file (usually one that contains something other than text) that your web browser normally can't display on its own. There are viewers to display graphics files, and to play sound or video files.
Specialized software that is designed to display or process data encoded according to a specified fromat (e.g., MIME type). Often used as helper applications on the Web.
Most browsers use helper applications, sometimes called "viewers," to display full-size graphics and play sound and video clips. These are separate applications that the browser initiates after it has downloaded the image or clip. These applications generally need to be acquired separately. The most complete collection of these applications is at ftp:// ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu in the /Web/Mosaic/Mac/Helpers, /Web/Mosaic/Unix/viewers and /Web/Mosaic/Windows/viewers directories. | français
a DECwindows Motif application that lets you display the contents of compound documents and graphics, image files, and text files that contain ideographic characters
a device where you can have your film displayed on a small screen where you manually roll it forward or backward
a Jude-Agent that displays the content of all the objects of the knowledge-base of a certain type
a mapping application that allows users to map species results from multiple Breeding Bird Atlases in North America
an application that allows you to only view files
an application that will allow you to "see" electronic blueprints and specifications
a piece of software that lets you view a file but does not allow you to create it
a program which can load and display a document of a particular type, such as a graphic, "movie" or a sound clip
a software product that you use to "view" files that are linked to HTML pages
a type of auxiliary program that helps you view or see graphic files that are not normally handled by your browser, in this case the TIFF file format
speaking generally, a program that displays some type of "document" or data file. In Montage, the concept of a viewer refers to Montage's built-in viewers, which are program components that show the contents of a file within a control residing in a form window. The term is also used in a somewhat looser sense, in that a viewer may also be an editor, and Montage itself could be regarded as a sort of multi-windowed viewer.
An application used to display an image format not supported by a particular browser.
Program allowing you to play Web files, like video clips.
A program used by Gopher, WAIS or WWW client programs to show files with contents other than text. You would use a viewer to display graphics files, play sound files or display video files.
A program used by Gopher, WAIS, or WWW client programs to show files with contents other than text. You would use a viewer to display graphics or video files, or to play sound files.
A viewer allows a programmer to view their software applications once they have been compiled. A Web browser like Internet Explorer or Netscape can server as Java applet viewers.
A viewer assists your Web browser by handling files that the browser itself can't. Viewers can be any type of application, since they may be called upon to handle any kind of file. Some people prefer to call them helpers.
See Helper Apps.
A browser may spawn or launch a helper or viewer application to display images in formats that it does not understand, such as JPEG or TIFF.
An application with which you can view a file or document. Usually used to mean an application used to view file formats that the www browser you are using does not have built in support for.
(a.k.a. Helper Application) An additional program that can be launched by a browser to render common file types that are beyond its capability to display. (See the list of file types at the bottom of this page)
A program used by Gopher, WAIS, or World Wide Web client programs to show you files that contain stuff other than text.
A browser or plug-in tool kit, which allows users to â€˜viewâ€™ certain images, such as TIFF or jpeg images.
Another name for a help application
A software application that permits visual display of content. See also browser and player.
A read-only stand-alone software system that supports the display, manipulation, and query of spatial databases. Commercial products that enable user reference and analyzed spatial databases prepared by a full function read-write product within the same product line. Typically has a user interface simpler than full function products. Supports rich command set but less than that available in the full function product.
a program whose primary purpose is for the display of graphic files.
n. An application that displays or otherwise outputs a file in the same way as the application that created the file. An example of a viewer is a program to display the images stored in GIF or JPEG files. See also GIF, JPEG.
An stand-alone application used to display files of different formats. For example a QuickTime move viewer or a JPG file viewer.
A program launched by a browser to view files that the browser cannot handle internally and that are accessed by standard hypertext anchors. Thus you have viewers for JPEG images, sound files, and MPEG movies. Viewers are also often called helpers or helper applications. Viewers are distinct from plugins, since they work separately from the browser.