Evaluation of a program based on its execution. Dynamic analysis relies on executing a piece of software with selected test data.
- Dynamic binding
The property of object-oriented programming languages where the code executed to perform a given operation is determined at run time from the class of the operand(s) (the receiver of the message). There may be several different classes of objects which can receive a given message. An expression may denote an object which may have more […]
noun, Railroads. 1. a braking system used on electric and diesel-electric locomotives in which the leads of the electric motors can be reversed so that the motors act as generators, offering resistance to the rotating wheel axles and dissipating kinetic energy, thereby retarding the locomotive.
noun 1. a literary or dramatic character who undergoes an important inner change, as a change in personality or attitude: Ebeneezer Scrooge is a dynamic character. Compare . noun in literature or drama, a character who undergoes a permanent change in outlook or character during the story; also called [developing character]
- Dynamic database management system
database (dynamic DBMS) A database with “value-based” relationships where typically the relationship is specified at retrieval time and the locations of related records are discovered during retrieval. Both Independent Logical File (ILF) databases and relational databases are value-based. The opposite is a static database management system. (1998-10-07)