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computing machine

n. a machine for performing calculations automatically [syn: computer, computing device, data processor, electronic computer, information processing system]

Usage examples of "computing machine".

It is known and can be proven with ease that the analytical mind, be it one organ of the body or several, behaves as you would expect any good computing machine to behave.

This is fine if you happen to have a computing machine, or a room full of trained abacus operators.

It might be a suction cleaner, a computing machine, a type of spray painter.

A week or two after, I was thinking a great deal about how the brain works compared to how a computing machine works -- especially how information is stored.

Actually pounding on the glockenspiel, riveting the bridge together, or trying to figure out why the computing machine wasn’.

He estimated their courses, not bothering to feed the numbers into his computing machine.

It amused him to think of someone incarnating as a machine, even a godly computing machine that could think a billion times faster than any man.

By identifying the type of land fault that would sag under such circumstances, we have some figures that we intend to feed into a computing machine.

She was a giant electronic computing machine whose extremely complex construction enabled her to solve problems that were beyond the capabilities of her builders.

Or perhaps-this was Van Ryberg's theory-he had merely been consulting some vast computing machine which could predict the outcome of any political action.