(ICW) A training program controlled by a computer that relies on trainee input to determine the order and pace of instruction delivery. The trainee advances through the sequence of instructional events by making decisions and selections. The instruction branches according to the trainee’s responses.
ICW is a US military term which includes computer-aided instruction and computer-based training.
[in-ter-ak-tiv] /ˌɪn tərˈæk tɪv/ adjective 1. acting one upon or with the other. 2. of or relating to a two-way system of electronic communications, as by means of television or computer: interactive communications between families using two-way cable television. 3. (of a computer program or system) with a human user, often in a conversational way, […]
- Interactive data analysis language
language (IDL) A language from Xerox, built on Interlisp-D. (2004-05-07)
- Interactive data language
(IDL) A commercial array-oriented language with numerical analysis and display features, first released in 1977. It supports interactive reduction, analysis, and visualisation of scientific data. It is sold by Research Systems, Inc. Version: 3.6.1 runs under Unix, MS-DOS, MS Windows, VAX/VMS and Macintosh. Not to be confused with any of the other IDLs. (ftp://gateway.rs.inc.com/pub/idl). E-mail: […]
- Interactive development environment
programming, tool (IDE, integrated development environment) A system for supporting the process of writing software. Such a system may include a syntax-directed editor, graphical tools for program entry, and integrated support for compiling and running the program and relating compilation errors back to the source. Such systems are typically both interactive and integrated, hence the […]