orderly, interconnected parts. must be defined by a modifier ( e.g., endocrine system).
System can mean several things. It is often used to mean an operating system, or can be used to refer to a computer, its monitor, the software, and other peripherals that are packaged together in a bundle.
A combination of hardware, software, and peripheral devices that perform specific processing operations.
A system, as referred to in this web site, is a collection of software and hardware "elements or components" (e.g. code objects, web server) that are organized to make your web site/application work. Technical specification document A document outlining the technical requirements for the development of a software project. It includes both software standards such as which programming languages, and hardware standards such as server access speed.
A System is any laptop or desktop computer that has been installed with the Gomez PEER software.
An organized hierarchy of components (hardware, software, data, personnel, and communications, for example) having a specified purpose and performance requirements.
A collection of hardware, software, and firmware that is interconnected to operate as a unit.
The implemented BELTS software, hardware, and infrastructure.
the collection of hardware and software that work together to form a working computer.
All the hardware and software that makes up the computer.
The combination of hardware and software making up a computer. tool bars Bars usually running along the top of the application allowing the user to carry out functions, eg menu bar, title bar, formatting toolbar
The software package provided to the In Inn Hotel.
Another word for a computer of any type: PC, Mac, server, mainframe, missile launcher. A system consists of both hardware and software.
An integrated composite that consists of one or more of the processes, hardware, software, facilities and people, that provides a capability to satisfy a stated need or objective.
Often used in discussion as the combination of the hardware, the operating system, and the Java virtual machine.
a group of elements, components, or devices that are assembled to serve a common purpose. In a technological system, this refers to all hardware, software, networks, cables, peripheral equipment, information, data, personnel, and procedures (i.e., all technology resources) that comprise a computer environment.
Can be the following: The supervisor program or operating system on a computer The entire computer system, including input/output devices, the supervisor program or operating system and possibly other software
Photo ID systems can be purchased as individual units or as complete systems. Complete digital ID systems include a computer, supplies, printer and software. Composite ID systems include a camera, stand, film and some include a laminator and die cutter.
A collection of hardware, software, data, processes, and people that work together to achieve a common goal. Note the scope of a "system" depends on one's viewpoint. To a sign manufacturer, a dynamic message sign is a "system". To a state DOT, the same sign is only a component of a larger Freeway Management "System". In a Regional ITS Architecture, a Freeway Management System is a part of the overall surface transportation "system" for the region.