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computercom*put"er (-pūt"&etilde;r), n. one who n 1. a machine for performing calculations automatically [syn: computing machine , computing device, data processor, electronic computer , information processing system] 2. an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines) [syn: calculator, reckoner, figurer, estimator]?   similar words(41) 

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One who computes.  

Noun1. a machine for performing calculations automatically (synonym) computing machine, computing device, data processor, electronic computer, information processing system (hypernym) machine (hyponym) analog computer, analogue computer (part-holonym) platform (part-meronym) busbar, bus (derivation) calculate, cipher, cypher, compute, work out, reckon, figure (classification) computer science, computing (class) compatible2. an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines) (synonym) calculator, reckoner, figurer, estimator (hypernym) expert (hyponym) adder (derivation) calculate, cipher, cypher, compute, work out, reckon, figure

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A journal of the IEEE computer Society.(1995-03-10)

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A machine that can be programmed to manipulate symbols. computers can perform complex and repetitive procedures quickly, precisely and reliably and can quickly store and retrieve large amounts of data.The physical components from which a computer is constructed (electronic circuits and input/output devices) are known as "hardware". most computers have four types of hardware component: CPU, input, output and memory. the cpu (central processing unit) executes programs ("software") which tell the computer what to do. input and output (I/O) devices allow the computer to communicate with the user and the outside world. there are several kinds of memory - fast, expensive, short term memory (e.g. RAM) to hold intermediate results, and slower, cheaper, long-term memory (e.g. magnetic disk and magnetic tape) to hold programs and data between jobs.See also analogue computer.(1995-03-10)


An electronic system that can store and process information under program control.

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A computer is a machine which manipulates data according to a list of instructions.

integrated manufacturing (CIM)- in a computer integrated manufacturing system, a master computer takes the central control of all system units; furthermore, there is a direct link to the ppc system and thus to all operational areas related to production

a machine capable of processing information or providing data by automatically following preprogrammed directions.

computer ASSC intl INC

Exchange: NYSE

Designs, develops, markets and supports standardized computer system software products, which measure and improve computer hardware and software performance, and programmer productivity.

computer automation SYSTE

Exchange: OTCBB

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computer access technology Corporation

Exchange: Nasdaq

Provides verification system and connectivity products for existing and emerging digital communications. new registrant.

computer horizons Corp.

Exchange: Nasdaq

Supplies strategic information technology services, enabling clients to realize competitive advantages through enterprise application solutions, e-business, customized web development, and web enablement of strategic application portfolios.

computer network technology Corporation

Exchange: Nasdaq

Designs, develops, manufactures, sells and supports range of enterprise-wide networking hardware and software products which enable large organizations meet complex networking needs.

computer sciences CORP

Exchange: NYSE

Designs, engineers and integrates computer-based systems and communications systems, providing all of the hardware, software, training and related elements necessary to develop, operate and maintain a system; provides consulting and technical services in the development and integration of computer and communications systems to

computer task group INC

Exchange: NYSE

Holding company with subsidiaries which provide business consulting, e-business and information technology management solutions to help global 2000 clients focus on their core business and use information technology as a competitive advantage to excel in their markets.

computer Motion, Inc.

Exchange: Nasdaq

Develops and markets proprietary robotic and computerized surgical systems which enhance a surgeon's performance and centralize and simplify a surgeon's control of the operating room ("or").

the thumb of the right 'C' hand is placed on the back of the left hand and moves up the left arm in an arc.

fear of computers or working on a computer

A device which calculates information and sends the results to a specific destination. In automobiles, computers are used to regulate fuel flow, control the air conditioner , display speed , time, ETA, etc.

1. A device that accepts data, processes the data in accordance with a stored program, generates results, and usually consists of input, output, storage, arithmetic, logic, and control units. (188 ) 2. A functional unit that can perform substantial computation, including numerous arithmetic operations or logic operations, without human intervention during a run. Note 1: this definition, approved by the customs Council, distinguishes a computer from similar devices, such as hand-held calculators and certain types of control devices. Note 2: computers have been loosely classified into microcomputers, minicomputers, and main-frame computers, based on their size. these distinctions are rapidly disappearing as the capabilities of even the smaller units have increased. microcomputers now are usually more powerful and versatile than the minicomputers and the main-frame computers were a few years ago.

integrated systems of doctrine, procedures, organizational structures, personnel, equipment, facilities, and communications designed to support a commander's exercise of command and control , through all phases of the operational continuum. Synonym C4 systems. [JP1 ]

A structured system of microdata collection by telephone that speeds up the collection and editing of microdata and also permits the interviewer to "educate" the respondents on the importance of timely and accurate data

A mechanical device for drawing conclusions from typically elaborate premises, for solving complex problems when the parameters are known, for aggregating (see aggregation ) data , for the simulation or control of a system. Because the original use of computers as arithmetic has been surpassed by recent technological accomplishments and because all computation al tasks involve information, computers are often called information processors (see computing ). all computers have input devices, arithmetic units and output devices. input devices read data in the form of hollerith cards, magnetic tapes or disks, or accept signals from remote typewriter-like terminals or from the measuring devices applied at fixed points of a process. output devices can print or display information on TV screens, prepare industrial drawings, produce data compatible with those read (see reconstructability ) or generate signals to control a process (see automation ). the arithmetic unit processes information according to a program which the computer user must supply or invoke. whereas early computers were strictly input-output devices, e.g., for computing an algebraic expression, modern computers are capable of iteration by entering its computational results into its own input, capable of compilation (see compiler ) by converting a higher order programming language more suitable to the human programmer into the machine language which organizes the arithmetic unit so as to engage in the intended computation, and capable of self-programming by computing a program suitable to computing a particular problem. Finally, the combination of computers and communication technology has paved the way to peripheral and interactive uses, to the decentralization of computation facilities and to computer networks linking users and information resources in unprecedented ways. most computers are sequential machines in the sense that they do one thing at one time and at one place in the arithmetic unit. networking has opened up the possibility of distributed computation and parallel processing. Here, computation may occur in different facilities simultaneously. At some point in time, their results are merged and then again distributed to other facilities, thus establishing a network of computation very different from sequential processes. parallel computation is also thought to be underlying computation by the human brain (see computing, analog COMPUTERS, digital COMPUTERS). (Krippendorff )

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