(Type of plugin.) Provide an interface for running batch processes over multiple sessions via the NOMOS GUI. Scripts can be used for almost any processing task. They are ideal for exportation tasks: for example, you could write a script which would convert a set of annotations into an XML file format. Processors and importers are types of scripts.
Scripts were developed in the early AI work by Roger Schank and his research group, and are a method of representing procedural knowledge. They are very much like frames, except the values that fill the slots must be ordered.
Scripts are small, simple programs that are written in interpreted languages like PERL and TCL. Interpreted languages are those languages that are generated into machine code on-the-fly, which means they execute (much) more slowly than compiled programs written in C or C++. They are typically easier to write than more complex compiled applications. Scripts are usually used for simple, lightweight applications and are typically much easier to write than a standard program written in C and C++.
A script is a collection of customised settings for mIRC. People write their own scripts and make them available for download. My advice with a script written by someone else is to proceed very carefully. I have downloaded some scripts and studied them to teach myself what things are and how they work. I then use this information to (slowly) write my own very small scripts for my own use (and for this tutorial). In my opinion a script will contain 85% rubbish, 10% bugs and 5% of useful stuff. Your mileage may vary.
Programs that are used to tell FileMaker Pro to execute an action (or series of actions). For example, when the System Administrator clicks a button to "Notify Approvers," a script is performed. This script performs a series of commands which includes a "sendmail" command which automatically sends a pre-formatted email message to the selected approvers. Scripts are programmed by an individual, and are specific to an action (or series of actions).
GhostFill Scripts are executable blocks of the GhostFill Scripting Language that can be reused over and over again in your templates. They are a neat way of storing complicated FillPoints externally, i.e., without cluttering up your templates.
Scripts are precisely defined sequences of sentences that have to be read to customers. The compliance with them is often being checked by coaches, through monitoring or mystery calls. See also standard phrases.
Four texts that accompany the video. Each script presents a different perspective of the same events. The scripts are Woman (first person), Man (first person), Dialogue, and Narrator (third person). They can be read, listened to, or both.
In symbolic interactionism, it is the observation that humans act as though they were following a script; they are influenced by past events and experiences and act accordingly in ways that make sense to them.