runtime version [English]
n. ~ PaaST (RuntimeVersion) · A specialization of manifestation that is produced by loading the digital components in a binary encoding into a computer for processing or output.
- PaaST (1.0) 2017 (†860 p. 14): A RuntimeVersion is a digital object that has been loaded into a computer’s central processing unit. (†2448)
- PaaST (1.0) 2017 (†860 p. 21): It might seem that HumanReadableIntellectualEntity is equivalent to Manifestation and MachineReadableIntellectualEntity equivalent to RuntimeVersion. However, the two pairs are correlated, but not equivalent. A MachineReadableIntellectualEntity has only a RuntimeVersion, while a HumanReadableIntellectualEntity has both a RuntimeVersion and a Manifestation. Neither form of Instantiation is persistent. Both Machine- and HumanReadableIntellectualEntities are expressed in Binary Encodings. (†2462)
- PaaST (1.0) 2017 (†860 p. 14): An Instantiation materializes, creates a concrete instance of, an IntellectualEntity in a form suitable either for processing by a computer or consumption by a human. These two alternatives are called RuntimeVersion and Manifestation, respectively. A RuntimeVersion is a digital object that has been loaded into a computer’s central processing unit. (†2590)