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An Introduction of Smart Self-learning Shell Programming Interface

Ankush Rai

Abstract


To manage computer systems, the command line interfaces are heavily in use by computer administrators. Therefore, such tasks require a prerequisite know-how of the programming interface. Often, such tasks desired for automation requires repetitive coding and heavy interdependencies on certain logical input-output co-relation. Due to this criticality it is required that such automation of system administration jobs are often supervised manually. This paper presents an intelligent programming interface to help in jobs of automating system administration by fast paced coding with adaptive level learning and simultaneously supervising the procedural execution in logically multi-relational basis.


Keywords


Automation, Shell programming, intelligent interface

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