analog

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İngilizce - Türkçe
analog
(Denizbilim) benzeşik
(Biyokimya) türev
örneksel
ortaya konulan problemin değerlerine benzer nicelikler veren elektronik hesap makinesi
(İnşaat) zamanla değişen
analog computer aralıksız olarak
mukayese edilebilen herhangi bir şey
benzeyen herhangi bir şey
(Tekstil) analojik
(Biyokimya) benzer

Problemlerimiz arasında benzerlik görmüyorum. - I see no analogy between your problem and mine.

analog channel
örneksel kanal
analog digital
analogdan dijitale
analog digital convertor
(Bilgisayar) örneksel sayısal çevirici
analog representation
(Bilgisayar) örneksel
analog to digital
(Otomotiv) analogdan dijitale
analog adder
analog toplayıcı
analog channel
analog kanal
analog computer
analog bilgisayar
analog data
analog veri
analog device
analog aygıt
analog digital converter
analog dijital çevirici
analog representation
analog gösterim
analog to digital converter
analog/sayısal çevirici
analog watch
analog saat
analog/digital converter
analog/sayısal çevirici
analog character
analog karakter
analog computers
analog bilgisayar
analog device
analog cihaz
analog digital unit; 1 adu = 1 dn
analog dijital birim; 1 ADÜ = 1 dn
analog ground
analog zemin
analog telephone exchange
analog telefon santrali
analog to digital
dijital analog
analog-digital-digital
analog-dijital-dijital
analog-to-digital-converter
analog-dijital dönüştürücü
analogous
benzer
analogue
{i} benzer şey
analogies
benzerlikler
analogous
kıyas edilebilir
analogous
yakın
analogous
andırık
analogous
benzeşik
analogous
karşılaştırılabilir
analogy
(Gıda) benzetişim
analogy
benzetim
analogy
andırışma
analogy
andırma
analogy
benzeşim ve model
analogy
paralellik
analogous
paralel
analogue
birşeyin benzeri olan şey
analogy
benzerlik

Problemlerimiz arasında benzerlik görmüyorum. - I see no analogy between your problem and mine.

analogy
örnekseme
analogous
örneksel
analogy
(Edebiyat) Teşbih
analogy
analojisi
analogous
(Biyoloji) analog
analogous
muvazi
analogous
kuş ve böcek kanatları gibi aynı vazifeyi gören analogously benzer şekilde
analogous
{s} benzeşen
analogous
analojik
analogous
{s} andıran
analogue
analog
analogue
benzer
analogue
{i} benzer şey, benzeş
analogy
{i} benzeşim
analogy
muvazi
analogy
benzeyen şey
analogy
kuş ve böcek kanatları gibi aynı vazifeyi gören
analogy
analogous benzer
analogy
{i} karşılaştırma

Senin karşılaştırman doğru değil. - Your analogy isn't correct.

analogy
paralel
analogy
(Askeri) BENZEŞİM VE MODEL: Benzeşim modeli
analogy
{i} analoji

Analojiden anlamıyorum. - I don't understand the analogy.

analogy
analogously benzer şekilde
analogy
kıyas
analogy
andırış
analogy
benzeşlik
Türkçe - Türkçe
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İngilizce - İngilizce
a structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element
an organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin
something that bears an analogy to something else
in which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuously variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial)
A mode of transmission in which information is represented by a continuously variable electrical signal
A method that uses variations in frequency to carry signals Analog means 'analagous' or 'copy of' Analog technology transmits voice signals in the form of electrical signals whose frequency and amplitude are proportional to the vibrations in the voice Traditional wireless telephones use analog technology
Electronic signals based on a variable (wave) that move up and down continuously and are found in products such as analog radios and clocks Analog products are not as common as digital because the mathematical description is more complex, as opposed to digital signals that consist of either ON or OFF
In telecommunications, analog refers to a transmission standard that uses variable frequencies and amplitudes of electrical impulses to emulate the audio wave form of sound
The simple way to transmit speech, which is translated into electronic signals of different frequency and/or amplitude The first networks for mobile phones, as well as broadcast transmissions, were analog Due to being longer established in some countries, analog networks may offer better coverage than digital networks, however analog phones are less secure and suffer more from interference where the signal is weak Analog systems include AMPS, NMT and ETACS 1G, AMPS, Digital, E-TACS, NMT, TACS
Is the traditional method of telecommunications A transmission method employing a continuous (rather than pulse or digital) electrical signal that varies in amplitude or frequency in response to changes in sound impressed on a transducer in the sending device
alternative spelling of analogue
A way of sending data in which the signal is similar, or analogous, to the original signal Analog signals are continuos expressions of electricity, as opposed to digital signals in which there is an alternating absence and presence of signal
Analog refers to electronic transmission accomplished by adding signals of varying frequency or amplitude to carrier waves of a given frequency of alternating electromagnetic current Broadcast and phone transmission have conventionally used analog technology A modem is used to convert analog to digital information to and from your computer
In sound system applications, an analog electrical signal represents the measured sound level in its exact continuous form Likewise, an analog device is an electronic device that processes analog signals in their continuous form
Pertaining to continuous values As opposed to digital or discrete quantities
As used in the National Ocean Service, a continuous measurement or a continuous graphic display of data See ADR gauge and marigram
(adj ) Characteristic of the variation and proportion of a property that varies continuously, such as voltage Contrast with digital
An analog voltage or signal refers to the continuous nature of valid voltage potentials in analog circuits An analogy of the difference between digital and analog signals is like the difference between real numbers and integers; real numbers are continuous from 0 0 to 1 0 like analog voltage potentials between 0 0 Volts and 1 0 Volts, but the only integers in this range are 0 and 1 like discrete digital voltage potentials between 0 0 Volts and 5 0 Volts; see "digital "
The traditional method of modulating radio signals so that they can carry information AM (amplitude modulation) and FM (frequency modulation) are the two most common methods of analog modulation Is a Circuit-Switched system that divides geographic areas into small areas called cells A cellular tower is built within each cell site Each tower's coverage is 1 mile to 20 miles in diameter A central computer in the system provider's office monitors the weakness/strength of the radio signals that emanate from a cell phone and can switch the cell signal from tower to tower as needed Also the system can switch the cell call into the public telephone system Each cell user occupies an entire frequency (no-sharing) and there are a limited number of users allowed per tower Frequency for Analog is 800 MHz (Back to top )
is a continuous signal that constantly varies In contrast, digital transmission has specific intervals or values that are used to transmit information Because analog signals vary gradually, digital is more reliable (See Digital data)
Dealing with a continuous spectrum of values as opposed to a discrete on/off value
Describes any device that represents changing values by a continuously variable physical property such as voltage in a circuit, fluid pressure, liquid level, and son on An analog device can handle an infinite number of values within its range By contrast, a digital device can only manage a fixed number of possible values For example, an ordinary mercury thermometer is an analog device, and can record an infite number of readings over its range A digital thermometer, on the other hand, can only display temperature in a fixed number of individual steps A method of signal representation by an infinitely smooth universe of numeric values Measurements that are characterized as analog include readings of voltage and current Compare with digital
A continuously varying electronic signal Audio and video analog signals stored on tape deteriorate with each copy or generation In contrast see digital
A format in which information is transmitted by modulating a continuous signal, such as a radio wave (See also: Digital)
Information presented in the form of a continuously varying signal See Digital
{i} item which is analogous to another; organ that differs in structure from another but performs the same function (Biology); chemical compound that has a similar structure to another but differs in its composition (Chemistry)
The transmission of sound and visual information in the form of waves in the frequency spectrum For example, in an analog telephone transmission the human voice is transmitted as sound waves that can be detected by the ear "Analog" transmission is now being superseded by "digital" forms of transmission in many instances
Information represented continuously (without steps) Because computers require digital information, analog-to-digital converters are available to "condition" analog data before it is sent to a computer A watch with hands is usually analog One with only numbers is digital
of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input; "analogue device"; "linear amplifier"
A transmission method that employs continuous electrical signals that vary in amplitude or frequency Traditional telephone service uses analog technology
something having the property of being analogous to something else
Adjective referring to the use of information in a continuous, rather than discrete (digital), form For example, an analog telephone transmits and receives voice as a continuous voltage wave form See Digital
A transmission mode in which data is represented by a continuously varying electrical signal
{s} changing in a continuous manner relative to another quantity
Quantities or representations that are variable over a continuous range such as output of an amplitude-modulated, single-sideband transmitter The amplitude as such a signal fluctuates over a continuous range from zero to the maximum, or peak, output
an-
An
analog clock
A clock that displays the time using hands
analog clocks
plural form of analog clock
analog computer
A computer (mechanical, electrical or other) that processes using continuously varying signals rather than digital, quantized, values
analog computers
plural form of analog computer
analog hole
The vulnerability in copy protection schemes for non-interactive digital works, whereby the eventual analog output can be copied (as by re-recording music as it plays) even if the digital representation is secure
analog signal
A signal that can vary in a continuous manner (as opposed to a digital signal that only takes discrete values)
analog signals
plural form of analog signal
analog watch
US spelling of analogue watch
analog-to-digital converter
A device that converts an infinite resolution analog signal to a finite resolution digital signal
analog-to-digital converters
plural form of analog-to-digital converter
analogous
Having analogy; corresponding to something else; bearing some resemblance or proportion;—often followed by "to"
analogue
in which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuously variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial)
analogy
A relationship of resemblance or equivalence between two situations, people, or objects, especially when used as a basis for explanation or extrapolation

A kid living on the street is a bit like — and please pardon the analogy here — a weed.

analogous
corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in form, proportion, relations
analogy
reasoning in which from certain and known relations or resemblance others are formed
analogy
If you make or draw an analogy between two things, you show that they are similar in some way. It is probably easier to make an analogy between the courses of the planets, and two trains travelling in the same direction. analogies something that seems similar between two situations, processes etc analogy with/to/between
analogous
{a} having an analogy, proportional
Analogous
A concept meaning similar or cootparable in some respects The concept is used to describe the extent to which a graphic representation compares with a real object
Analogous
analogal
Analogous
when you're very, very picky about the colors you choose
Analogous
(adj ) A concept meaning similar or comparable in some respects The concept is used to describe the extent to which a graphic representation compares with a real object
Analogous
A color scheme which uses two or three adjacent hues on the color wheel
Analogous
Refers to closely related colors; a color scheme that combines several hues next to each other on the color wheel
Analogous
Similar in structure, apperance or function but not in origin or development
Analogue
Relating to a mechanism in which data is represented by continuously variable physical quantities Quantities in two separate physical systems having consistently similar relationships to each other are called analogous One is then called the analogue of the other The electrical output of a transducer is an analogue of the vibration input of the transducer as long as the transducer is not operated in the non-linear (overloaded) range This is in contrast to a digital representation of the vibration signal, which is a sampled and quantised signal consisting of a series of numbers, usually in binary notation
Analogue
Analogue is an adjective used to describe things that are continuous Think of the two types of stereo system volume control for comparison With some, turning to raise or lower volume is smooth This is analogue With others, as you turn, the knob clicks between low and high;there's no setting in between the clicks This is digital (Thedigital side may offer only 10 choices, say, but is very accurate )
Analogue
usually a semantic or narrative feature in one work said to resemble something in another work, without necessarily implying that a cause-and-effect relationship exists (as would be the case with source and influence) For example, Beowulf's battle with the Dragon is analogous with the fight between the Red Cross Knight and the Dragon in Book I of Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene
Analogue
A transmission method or way of sending voice, video and data using signals (such as electricity or sound waves) that are continuously variable rather than discreet units as in digital transmissions In the context of wireless communications, analogue refers to transmission networks built in the 1980s and that use analogue technology rather than digital Back to the top
Analogue
analogon
Analogue
A form of data display in which values are shown in graphic form such as curves Also a form of computing in which values are represented by directly measurable quantities such as voltages of resistances Analogue computing methods contrast with digital methods in which values are treated numerically
Analogue
Transmission of information using waves without intermediate steps Analogue signals have continuous values
Analogue
Analogue refers to signals that can represent an infinite range of numbers, as opposed to digital which can only be distinct whole numbers Analogue data often comes from measurements, like a sine wave The sound a modem makes over the phone is analog since it can be any of a number of different frequencies The fixed-line networks usually transfer analogue data and fax The GSM networks are Digital
Analogue
the direct representation of a waveform, as opposed to digital which is a coded representation
Analogue
something having the property of being analogous to something else
Analogue
The term for anything and everything we see in the real, non-computerised world Technically, it is a continuously variable signal This is the direct opposite of digital data, which is organised in individual, sharply delineated steps PCs do not handle analogue signals so they are converted to digital for processing
Analogue
Continuous change over time: continuous movement An example is the light dimmer switch in contrast to an ordinary light switch which is either on or off (digital)
Analogue
Continuous signal, transmitting information The amplitude or frequency of the signal varies in direct proportion to intensity
Analogue
A signal which can take on a continuous range of values between a minimum and a maximum value; method of transmitting information by continuously variable quantities, as opposed to digital transmission, which is characterized by discrete 'bits' of information in numerical steps
Analogue
Continuously variable numerical values such as voltage, current, etc (The CCD camera produces analogue video signals )
Analogue
A term used to describe a signal, such as the human voice, whose value varies continuously with time; or a transmission method, such as the traditional telephone network, which carries source signals as electrical waves Compared with digital systems, an analogue telephone line carries data at low speed; it also requires a modem to convert the computer's digital output into a form (sound) which it can handle
Analogue
The technology which until recently was the norm for mobile phones, for example, 1G It gives lower call quality and a major security risk
Analogue
A system in which one continuously-varying physical quantity (e g the intensity of a sound wave) is represented directly by another (e g the voltage of an electrical signal) as faithfully as possible
Analogue
Voltage controlled as opposed to pulse controlled Analogue sound can more easily be used to accurately represent the original sound that it recorded than digital can The disadvantage is that analogue has more imperfections in the sound
Analogue
A continuous electrical or radio signal, usually represented simplistically by a sine wave An analogue signal has the properties frequency, amplitude, and polarization
Analogue
Traditional methods of recording onto tape or reel-to-reel machines are known as analogue recording Analogue recording means that the recorded signal has a direct correspondence with the way the recording is created on the specific medium i e it can be used to bias a signal used to transfer magnetic information to the tape Digital recording on the other hand takes snapshots or samples of the analogue stream at various moments in time and pieces together the music from these samples The reduced (finite) amount of data that results can be more easily manipulated by machine (i e computer) although the battle still rages over which format or medium is the "best" for any given recording circumstance Back
Analogue
A story that contains similar characters, situations, settings, or verbal echoes to those found in a different story Sometimes analogues reveal that one version was adopted from or inspired by another, or that both tales originate in a lost, older text When one version is clearly the ancestor of another, literary scholars refer to it a "source " In other cases, analogues appear that probably have no direct connection to each other Grettir's Saga, which includes a wrestling bout between the strongest Icelander and an evil spirit, is often thought of as an analogue to Beowulf, in which a man with the strength of thirty men wrestles with Grendel Grettir dives under an ocean-side waterfall and does battle with a Troll-wife, while Beowulf dives into a lake and does battle with Grendel's mother These two pairs of scenes are analogues to each other
Analogue
The technology which until recently was the norm for mobile phones A transmission method or way of sending voice, video and data using signals (such as electricity or sound waves) that are continuously variable rather than discreet units as in digital transmissions In the context of wireless communications, analogue refers to transmission networks built in the 1980s and that use analogue technology rather than digital See also Digital Any kind of information (eg sound speech, pictures) is transmitted in continuous waveforms which the human senses are able to receive and to interpretate
Analogue
of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input; "analogue device"; "linear amplifier"
Analogue
Anything that has shades of meaning, a 'spectrum' of options or which changes gradually and 'smoothly' (like the undulations in a line of hills, for example) is referred to as "analogue" - as compared to anything which offers just two options (e g on/off, yes/no), which is referred to as "digital"
Analogue
A transmission standard that uses electrical impulses to emulate the audio waveform of sound
Analogue
A signalling system that can take an infinite number of values This is often described by a mathematical sine curve An example of an analogue scale is temperature measurement, c f digital Close this window
Analogy
Speaking of one thing by comparing it to another, which it is (allegedly) like Example: 'The world is like a tapestry - it has a perfect side and a messy one' Analogies are made explicit by similes, and are implicit in metaphors
Analogy
1 a partial similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based: the analogy between the heart and a pump (Webster Dictionary, 1983)
Analogy
Convergent modifications of a non-homologous structure (or behaviour) Analogous organs thus are convergent organs of the same function, e g the wings of insects (presumably derived from tergal paranota) and the wings of birds (derived from the vertebrate fore legs)
Analogy
Similarity in some respects between things that are otherwise dissimilar
Analogy
Language change by which an inflection from one group is generalized to affect members of other groups E g , a child develops the past tense form knowed by analogy, giving this strong verb the characteristic dental suffix of weak verbs, the larger class in English
Analogy
From Greek geometry, "according to a ratio " A form of inductive reasoning which supports the creation of new testable consequences A mode of argumentation in which a known relationship or pattern is applied to a new situation To "draw a parallel" between situations When two things are related by appropriate similarity in structure or function, we can infer that what is known about one thing also may apply to the other Such an inference may or may not be true, but it can be examined and tested
Analogy
a comparison; when you reason from analogy, you conclude that because two or more entities share one aspect, they share another as well
Analogy
An agreement or similarity in some particulars between things otherwise different; sleep and death, for example, are analogous in that they both share a lack of animation and a recumbent posture Sidelight: Prevalent in literature, the use of an analogy carries the inference that if things agree in some respects, it's likely that they will agree in others (Compare Simile)
Analogy
(noun): similarity in some respects (e g , function, structure)
Analogy
an extended comparison in which one thing, usually more familiar, is compared to something less familiar
Analogy
A general likeness; partial likeness In this module, two concepts (one new, the other familiar) with partial similarity are compared to enhance the understanding of the new concept For example, a teacher might introduce the new concept of parasitism by comparing it to the more familiar concept of unwanted guest or might compare solving a math problem with solving a mystery
Analogy
An analogy is a comparison to a directly parallel case When a writer uses an analogy, he or she argues that a claim reasonable for one case is reasonable for the analogous case
Analogy
Non-homologous similarity of structure resulting from similarity of function
Analogy
a comparison based on certain resemblances between things that are otherwise unlike Close Window
Analogy
the religious belief that between creature and creator no similarity can be found so great but that the dissimilarity is always greater; language can point in the right direction but any analogy between God and humans will always be inadequate
Analogy
A comparison of two things that are alike in some respect, often to explain one of the things or to represent it more vividly by relating it to the second A simile is an explicit analogy; a metaphor, an implied one
Analogy
method of reasoning based on comparisons There are literal and figurative analogies
Analogy
A systematic comparison between structures that uses properties of and relations between objects of a source structure to infer properties of and relations between objects of a target structure <Discussion> < References> Paul Thagard
Analogy
A comparison of things in some respects, especially in position or function, that are otherwise dissimilar (See 438)
Analogy
relationship by example
Analogy
similarity between things, relating something new to something already known For example, if you were describing the flow of electricity, you might choose to use the flow of water as an analogy
Analogy
A kind of comparison in which the writer explains an unfamiliar idea or object by comparing it to a more familiar one: Sensory pathways of the central nervous system are bundles of nerves rather like telephone cables that feed information about the outside world into the brain for processing
Analogy
A comparison between two different situations that have something in common Usually an everyday situation is used to illustrate something in the new situation
Analogy
In exposition, an analogy is usually a comparison where the unknown is explained in terms of the known, the unfamiliar in terms of the familiar In argument, an analogy is a series of likenesses between two or more dissimilar things, demonstrating that they are similar
analogies
plural of analogy
analogous
{s} parallel; similar, comparable
analogous
If one thing is analogous to another, the two things are similar in some way. Marine construction technology like this is very complex, somewhat analogous to trying to build a bridge under water. = similar. similar to another situation or thing so that a comparison can be made analogous to/with (analogus, from analogos, from ana- + logos )
analogous
corresponding in function but not in evolutionary origin; "the wings of a bee and those of a hummingbird are analogous" similar or correspondent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar; "brains and computers are often considered analogous"; "surimi is marketed as analogous to crabmeat
analogous
Having analogy; corresponding to something else; bearing some resemblance or proportion; often followed by to
analogous
similar or correspondent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar; "brains and computers are often considered analogous"; "surimi is marketed as analogous to crabmeat
analogous
corresponding in function but not in evolutionary origin; "the wings of a bee and those of a hummingbird are analogous"
analogous
Having analogy; corresponding to something else; bearing some resemblance or proportion;-often followed by to
analogue
A word in one language corresponding with one in another; an analogous term; as, the Latin "pater"
analogue
If one thing is an analogue of another, it is similar in some way. No model can ever be a perfect analogue of nature itself
analogue
Something that bears an analogy to something else
analogue
A species or genus in one country closely related to a species of the same genus, or a genus of the same group, in another: such species are often called representative species, and such genera, representative genera
analogue
An organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin
analogue
An analogue watch or clock shows what it is measuring with a pointer on a dial rather than with a number display. Compare digital
analogue
" An organ which is equivalent in its functions to a different organ in another species or group, or even in the same group; as, the gill of a fish is the analogue of a lung in a quadruped, although the two are not of like structural relations
analogue
A structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element
analogue
A word in one language corresponding with one in another; an analogous term; as, the Latin "pater" is the analogue of the English "father
analogue
is the analogue of the English "father
analogue
A species in one genus or group having its characters parallel, one by one, with those of another group
analogue
something having the property of being analogous to something else of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input; "analogue device"; "linear amplifier
analogue
The spelling analog is used in American English, and also in British English for meaning 2
analogue
An organ which is equivalent in its functions to a different organ in another species or group, or even in the same group; as, the gill of a fish is the analogue of a lung in a quadruped, although the two are not of like structural relations
analogue
Analogue technology involves measuring, storing, or recording an infinitely variable amount of information by using physical quantities such as voltage
analogue
{i} something which has a similarity to something else; organ or part which functions in a similar manner or the same as an organ or part of another but its structure and evolutionary origin are different (Biology); chemical compound that has a similar structure to another but differs in its composition (Chemistry)
analogue
That which is analogous to, or corresponds with, some other thing
analogy
Thus, learning enlightens the mind, because it is to the mind what light is to the eye, enabling it to discover things before hidden
analogy
Conformity of words to the genius, structure, or general rules of a language; similarity of origin, inflection, or principle of pronunciation, and the like, as opposed to anomaly
analogy
Proportion; equality of ratios
analogy
an inference that if things agree in some respects they probably agree in others
analogy
A resemblance of relations; an agreement or likeness between things in some circumstances or effects, when the things are otherwise entirely different
analogy
The use of a similar example or model to explain or extrapolate from
analogy
{i} similarity, parallelism; comparability
analogy
A relation or correspondence in function, between organs or parts which are decidedly different
analogy
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some respect; "the operation of a computer presents and interesting analogy to the working of the brain"; "the models show by analogy how matter is built up"
analog

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    änılôg

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    digital

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    /ˈanəˌlôg/ /ˈænəˌlɔːɡ/

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    [ 'a-n&l-"og, -"& ] (adjective.) 1948. Greek άνά, "up to", + λόγος, "ratio".

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