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Glossary is usually defined as an alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge. This knowledge base glossary provides a collection of knowledge base documents that define many technical terms. These terms are arranged alphabetically, but you can quickly jump to a specific term by selecting its first letter from the index of the knowledge base glossary below.
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Jobs contain all of the instructions and data the program uses to complete matching and correction activities. It includes specific information regarding software options to be activated, tolerances, and the screen configuration. Unlike a job template, a job also contains data, such as spectral data for the standard and batch, and the formula predictions that were both calculated and prepared while the job was being processed, etc.
All of the activity for a job is stored in the job record. The record consists of pages, each of which records the activity, both input and output, for a particular job state. Before results are displayed, Formula Central is in an "input" state. Each time a user receives results for a discrete activity (formulation, correction, search, manual/modify), a job page is completed. Pages in the active job can be viewed at any time by clicking on the job page buttons in the toolbar.
The job state identifies the current condition, or ‘state’, of Formula Central, and is reported in the status bar at the bottom of the window.
A job template contains all of the instructions the program needs to create a job, but it does not contain any data. Specifically, the job template provides initial settings for: • the fields to be displayed in the evaluation screen and the formula grid • the acceptability tolerances for the match • the rules for sorting the formulas The job template serves as the starting point for your work, providing you with the tools needed to complete the job (the correct software options, tolerances, etc.). Because it does not hold on to data specific to a particular color, a job template can be used over and over again—it guides you through the process of matching and correcting colors.
Limits set on specific properties of a colored sample, such as color difference, film thickness, etc. Job tolerances are used by the program to determine if the differences between two samples are acceptable.
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