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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES affective computing computing facilities ▪ The department provides excellent computing facilities for students. grid computing COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE distributed ▪ The enhanced Distributed Transaction Recovery ...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Computing is a monthly magazine, published in Pakistan in the Urdu language. The first issue was published February 25, 2007. From the first issue, Computing caught the attention of IT magazine-readers in Pakistan. As Computing is written in the local language, ...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context literally English) The process or act of calculation 2 Action of using (a) computer(s). 3 The study, field of computers and computer programming. vb. (present participle of compute English)

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures [syn: computer science ] the procedure of calculating; determining something by mathematical or logical methods [syn: calculation , computation ...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Compute \Com*pute"\ (k[o^]m*p[=u]t"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Computed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Computing .] [L. computare. See Count , v. t.] To determine by calculation; to reckon; to count. Two days, as we compute the days of heaven. --Milton. What's done ...

Usage examples of computing.

He was working from radar reports alone with no fancy computing bombsight to think for him.

Douglas Engelbart, Coevolution, and the Origins of Personal Computing.

Aiken convened a conference on automatic computing at Harvard, cosponsored by his longtime patron, the US.

Court upheld the power of New York, in computing its estate tax, to include in the gross estate of a domiciled decedent the value of a trust of bonds managed in Colorado by a Colorado trust company and already taxed on its transfer by Colorado, which trust the decedent had established while in Colorado and concerning which he had never exercised any of his reserved powers of revocation or change of beneficiaries.

In instants Ralf swept through every binary code he knew from the dawn of computing forward, four-bit, eight-bit, sixteen-bit, thirty-two-bit, sixty-four-bit, multiprocessor, transputer, parallel processor, nothing that fit.

Taylor pursued his love for science into graduate school at UT and wrote his dissertation on psychoacoustics, a field from which some people were making a leap into computing.

If the Handler was to he believed, the local computing nodes in each star system were only millimeters wide, and they communicated with the others, light years away, with pulses so weak, so tightly aimed, so unpredictable in wavelength, and so ingeniously encoded that a thousand interstellar civilizations had come and gone without noticing their presence.

It presides over the development of radar and sonar, mass-produced sulfa drugs and penicillin, mechanical computing, and the atomic bomb.

Von Neumann made the astonishing assertion that the McCulloch-Pitts neural network model, on which his own digital computer architecture was based, was fundamentally flawed as a model for computing machines and even for understanding the workings of the brain itself.

E-publishing is at the forefront of software engineering, e-consumerism, intellectual property technologies, payment systems, conversion applications, the mobile Internet, and, basically, every important trend in network and computing and digital content.

I have a new idea about preventing decoherence even in surface-level systems, but I require your expertise in quantum computing.

For instance: carbon nanotubes, in some ways the results of our abilities to work at the molecular level due to computing research, are far stronger than steel and may lead to new materials with exceptional qualities.

Similarly, today, school children happily take the most sophisticated of computing technologies in-stride, while many of their parents still flounder at setting the clock on the VCR - because the kids simply know no other rate of change.

This could not have happened without the computing power, storage, and bandwidth that happened to come together at that time.

But in a synergistic way, computing may actually be driven by advances in biology which are making it possible, as scientists learn more about DNA and other organic molecules, to use them as the basis for certain types of computing!