Definitions for "COMPUTING"
the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
a branch of science initiated less than a decade ago by Leonard Adleman of the University of Southern California when he pioneered the use of DNA to solve a mathematical problem
a field that's less about beating silicon than about surprising new combinations of biology and computer science that are pushing the limits in both fields
Computing is a weekly newspaper/magazine published by VNU Business Publications for the United Kingdom computer industry. It is largely a controlled circulation publication, mailed without charge to members of the British Computer Society and other accredited workers in the field of computing. A small minority of issues are sold on newsstands, with the bulk of funding for production arising from advertising.
a computer training company that offers a wide range of courses in four training centres in Tasmania, Australia
The Penn Computing Search service allows indexing and searching on computing pages.
the theory and practice of the operation and usage procedures of the electronic computer. Note: initially, the term computing was synonymous with counting and calculating, and a computer was a person who computes. Latin abbreviation
the procedure of calculating; determining something by mathematical or logical methods
an alternative approach to performing computations
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a way around that barrier
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