The first thing you need to do is to define the base problem. The base problem signifies a starting point, the problem from which you will build alias problems. First, enter the base problem name. To do this, double-click the first cell of the first row in the Batch Grid. This should be the yellow-colored row in the (Base/Alias) Problem & Description column. Remember, the yellow row signifies that you are working with the base problem in the Batch Processor.
When you double-click this cell, you will see the Problem Description dialog. To select a base problem name, click on the gray diskette button in the internal problem information section of the dialog. This will bring up a File Selection dialog. Select the name and the directory where the problem resides, in this case the NeuroShell 2 Examples Directory. Then select any of the NYSE files.
Once you have done this, notice that the Description file appears in the dialog. If the Batch Processor finds a Description file for a problem name, it will be automatically displayed in the description section. You may modify the description or press OK to continue.
Note: If a NeuroShell 2 problem with the same name has already been built and resides in the current directory, a message box is displayed which asks if you want to automatically fill in the remaining parts of the problem. In order to learn how to use the Batch Processor, select NO.