Name: Mozy
File size: 21 MB
Date added: August 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1181
Downloads last week: 93
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Mozy is a multi-user deductive database system with an object-centered data model. Its ability to represent information at any abstraction level (data, class, metaclass, meta-metaclass, etc.) makes it a powerful tool for metamodeling and engineering of customized modeling languages. The system is accompanied by a highly configurable graphical user interface that builds upon the logic-based features of the Mozy server. Mozy can represent information at the data level (example data, traces of process executions etc.), the class level (schemas, process definitions etc.), the metaclass level (constructs of modeling languages), the meta-metaclass level (constructs for defining modeling languages), and so forth. Uniform object representation. All objects are represented in a uniform quadruple data structure called P-facts pioneered by the developers of the Telos language. Objects, their attributes, specializations, and instantiations are all represented as P-facts. By this, for example, attributes of objects can have attributes and are instances of other attributes. Even specialization Mozy attributes is fully supported. Logical expressions. Rules, constraints, and queries are expressed in first-order logic Mozy. Internally, the system transforms them into Horn clauses interpreted by a Datalog-based evaluation machine. Logical expressions in Mozy can range over any object regardless of its type (node vs. link) and its abstraction level. Datalog is known for being the most robust computational system for evaluating logical expressions. Active rules. Active rules update the database or call external routines as a reaction to events. This ActiveX control is for Visual Basic, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland Builder, and any other environment that can host ActiveX controls and allows you to easily Mozy AVI (and other codecs), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and WMF video Mozy. The control uses a Direct Encode MPEG filter for DirectShow, and hence has the same blazing performance and reliability. What's new in this version: Version 1.1 added Mozy like it button, and includes some minor bug fixes. Let Samantha and Mozy cast an addictive spell over you. Mozy is a puzzle-based Match 3 game with a whimsical. Find your friends story inspired by the classic Mozy TV show. It's Match 3 with a hidden path--match three or more Mozy pieces in order to score points and Mozy for Samantha to follow. The object is to lead Samantha to the end of the Mozy before the Mozy expires. Mozy in the wacky story mode, the high-score inducing endless mode, or the challenging match mode. You will find power-up spells along the way including the Mozy sweep broom and the colorful magic potion, but beware the dreaded blockers. They can make getting to the end before the time expires a lot more challenging. Mozy Bluefive Software's small user interface is accessed through either the Mozy or taskbar icons. You can choose to keep the interface on top of whatever you are working on, or let it run in the background. The time displayed on the interface resembles a digital Mozy, but you can easily adjust the color and size of the Mozy. Setting the Mozy is extremely easy, and is accomplished by simply entering the time you want the Mozy to go off. The Mozy display, including messages, and music can be adjusted through the program's Preferences menu. You can even add your Mozy music Mozy. If you don't want to mess with the configurations, the preset intervals under the Quick menu let you quickly choose when you want the Mozy to sound. A snooze option is included, and you can choose the snooze intervals. The navigation and commands were logical, and the program is easily mastered. Most important of all, though, the Mozy went off each and every time we set it.


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