computers

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bilgisayarlar

Kişisel bilgisayarlar çok faydalıdırlar. - Personal computers are of great use.

Uzak bilgisayarlarıma erişmek için sık sık SSH'ı kullanırım. - I often use SSH to access my computers remotely.

(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar sayısı
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar

Uzak bilgisayarlarıma erişmek için sık sık SSH'ı kullanırım. - I often use SSH to access my computers remotely.

Hiçbir bilgisayar yanmış bir kartla çalışmaya devam edemez. - None of the computers can continue to run with a burnt card.

computer
bilgisayar

Sovyet Rusya'sında, bilgisayar kullanıcıyı kullanır! - In Soviet Russia, the computer uses the user!

Bu bilgisayarın bir Pentium işlemcisi var. - This computer has a Pentium processor.

computers and civilization
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarlar ve uygarlık
computers and the handicapped
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarlar ve özürlüler
command, control, communications, and computers
(Askeri) komuta, kontrol ve muhabere ve bilgisayarlar
command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence
(Askeri) komuta, kontrol, muhabere, bilgisayarlar ve istihbarat
command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence for the Warrior
(Askeri) Muharip için komuta, kontrol, muhabere, bilgisayarlar ve istihbarat
command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and rec
(Askeri) komuta, kontrol, muhabere, bilgisayar, istihbarat, gözetleme ve keşif
computer
{i} elektronik beyin
computer
(Tıp) kompütör
computer
(Denizbilim) bilgi sayar
electronic computers
elektronik bilgisayarlar
second generation computers
ikinci kuşak bilgisayarlar
tandem computers
ikiz bilgisayarlar
third generation computers
üçüncü kuşak bilgisayarlar
analog computers
analog bilgisayar
related to computers and internet
bilgisayar ve internet ile ilgili
third generation computers
Üçüncü nesil bilgisayarlar
Assistant Chief of Staff, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intel
(Askeri) Komuta, Kontrol, Muhabere, Bilgisayarlar ve İstihbarat Başkanı (Birleşik Devletler Deniz Piyadesi)
Battle Management Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence
(Askeri) Muharebe Yönetimi Komuta, Kontrol, Muhabere, Bilgisayarlar ve İstihbaratı
computer
computer software yapılacak işe göre değiştirilen kompüterin yardımcı aksamı
computer
computer hardware kompüterin esas kısımları
computer
analogue computer kendisine verilen rakamlan elekt
computer
{i} bilgisayar, kompüter
computer
elektronik hesap makinası
computer
(Askeri) HESAP CİHAZI (HV) KOMPUTER: Bilgileri almaya, bu bilgileri önceden kararlaştırılmış işlemlere tatbike ve bu işlemlerin sonuçlarını vermeye muktedir mekanik veya elektro mekanik bir cihaz. Daha kesin bir ifade ile ardarda sıralanmış aritmetik ve lojik işlemleri yapan bir cihaz. Elektronik cihaz ve devrelerden geniş ölçüde faydalanan iki esas tipi vardır: (analogue computer) ve (digital computer)
find computers
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar bul
find computers
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarları bulur
hybrid computers
hibrid bilgisayarlar
pipeline computers
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) boru hattı bilgisayarlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
A device used to view the internet
General term meant to apply to all computers and other digital devices with a direct connection to the A&S Network See related policy
plural of computer
MAGAZINES
Seller Help Bidder Help
Software
From Agnes - With Love
For finding information about the universe and everything in it, computers have been very instrumental Keeping track of things, organizing, photographing Almost everything can be done on a computer now!
An electronic device that performs such actions as high-speed calculations and processing of information Will computers in labs be part of the curriculum? If so, how many students can be expected to share one computer The computers can be along the periphery of the lab, at stations in an area within the lab, or adjacent to or on the lab benches Ideally there should be multiple ports for laptops or cabling so future ports can be provided Don¹t forget that computers or laptops might be used in project and prep space
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A big Goth like Many, many Goths work in computers; there is a huge Goth presence on the Web and the Goth newsgroups attract more new posters every day (frequently to the despair of the regulars- please see the FAQs for more information about newsgroup etiquette)
Definitions Standards Safe Computing Passwords Desktop Etiquette
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Such things as television and computers could not have been dreamt of fifty years ago. - Such things as television and computers could not have been dreamed of fifty years ago.

Such things as television and computers could not have been dreamed of fifty years ago. - Such things as television and computers could not have been dreamt of fifty years ago.

analog computers
plural form of analog computer
classical computers
plural form of classical computer
computer
A person employed to perform computations

Only a few years ago Mr. Powers, an American computer, disproved a hypothesis about prime numbers which had held the field for more than 250 years.

desktop computers
plural form of desktop computer
digital computers
plural form of digital computer
electro-mechanical computers
plural form of electro-mechanical computer
home computers
plural form of home computer
laptop computers
plural form of laptop computer
notebook computers
plural form of notebook computer
personal computers
plural form of personal computer
portable computers
plural form of portable computer
quantum computers
plural form of quantum computer
ternary computers
plural form of ternary computer
computer
A computer is an electronic machine that can store and deal with large amounts of information. The data are then fed into a computer The car was designed by computer. see also personal computer. Programmable machine that can store, retrieve, and process data. Today's computers have at least one CPU that performs most calculations and includes a main memory, a control unit, and an arithmetic logic unit. Increasingly, personal computers contain specialized graphic processors, with dedicated memory, for handling the computations needed to display complex graphics, such as for three-dimensional simulations and games. Auxiliary data storage is usually provided by an internal hard disk and may be supplemented by other media such as floppy disks or CD-ROMs. Peripheral equipment includes input devices (e.g., keyboard, mouse) and output devices (e.g., monitor, printer), as well as the circuitry and cabling that connect all the components. Generations of computers are characterized by their technology. First-generation digital computers, developed mostly in the U.S. after World War II, used vacuum tubes and were enormous. The second generation, introduced 1960, used transistors and were the first successful commercial computers. Third-generation computers (late 1960s and 1970s) were characterized by miniaturization of components and use of integrated circuits. The microprocessor chip, introduced in 1974, defines fourth-generation computers. computer aided software engineering computer crime Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. Small Computer System Interface analog computer Apple Computer Inc. computer animation computer generated images CGI computer architecture computer art computer chip computer circuitry computer graphics computer science computer virus computer vision computer assisted instruction computer integrated manufacturing digital computer network computer personal computer printer computer program computer simulation computer
computer
{n} a calculator, a reckoner
Dell Computers
well-known computer company based in Texas (USA), manufacturer of Power Edge 2300 Servers
computer
{i} machine that computes, machine that processes data
computer
an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
computer
A digital, electronic, general-purpose, programmable, information processing automate
computer
A programmable electronic device designed for storing, retrieving, and processing data
computer
One who computes
computer
A programmable device that performs mathematical calculations and logical operations, especially one that can process, store and retrieve large amounts of data very quickly
computer
A machine that can be programmed in code to execute a set of instructions (program) In an IS, the term "computer" usually refers to the components inside the case: the motherboard, memory chips, and internal storage disk(s)
computer
A data processing device based on electronic/ electro-mechanical technology used for computational or communications support Computers are generally classified by the size of the computer
computer
An electronic, digital device that stores and processes information
computer
An electronic device designed to accept data (input), perform prescribed mathematical and logical operations at high speed (processing), and supply the results of these operations (output) A digital computer processes data as numbers and includes mainframe computers, minicomputers, and microcomputers In contrast, an analog computer represents data by measurable quantities, such as voltages See also ANALOG, DIGITAL, LOCAL AREA NETWORK, MAINFRAME COMPUTER, MICROCOMPUTER, MINICOMPUTER, OFFICE AUTOMATION
computer
a programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and process data
computer
Originally the job title for a person who performed a laborious sequence of arithmetic computations Now a machine for performing such calculations A logic machine with: Some limited set of fundamental computations Typical operations include simple arithmetic and Boolean logic Each operation is selected by a particular operation code value or "opcode " This is a hardware interpretation of the opcode The ability to follow a list of instructions or commands, performing each in sequence Thus capable of simulating a wide variety of far more complex "instructions " The ability to execute or perform at least some instructions conditionally, based on parameter values or intermediate results The ability to store values into a numbered "address space" which is far larger than the instruction set, and later to recover those values when desired Also see: source code, object code and software
computer
a programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve and process data
computer
You mean that you've got this far and you still don't know what a computer is?True, sometimes it can be hard to tell A computer is the part of the system that contains a processing unit that does the thinking Sometimes people refer to the computer as the entire package; the processing unit, keyboard, screen, disk drives_the works You may need to know if you have a computer on your desk or if you have a terminal connected to a computer somewhere else If you are using a PC with a program such as kermit or procomm as a terminal to communicate with a computer running Unix, when we talk about the "computer", we mean the Unix machine
computer
a machine for performing calculations automatically
computer
A device capable of solving problems or manipulating data by accepting data, performing prescribed operations on the data and supplying the results of these operations Various types of computers are: analog computer, digital computer, calculator
computer
A functional unit that can perform substantial computations, including numerous arithmetic operations and logic operations without human intervention during a run In information processing, the term computer usually describes a digital computer A computer may consist of a stand-alone unit or may consist of several interconnected units
computer
Electronic machine capable of performing calculations and other manipulations of various types of data, under the control of a stored set of instructions The machine itself is the hardware; the instructions are the program or software Depending upon size, computers are called mainframes, minicomputers, and microcomputers Microcomputers include desk-top and portable personal computers
computer
A programmable electronic machine for processing information
computer
An electronic machine that can perform calculations and can process a large amount of information accurately and much more rapidly than the human brain (Kybdy, Gr 1; Terms , Gr K-4)
computer
an electronic device that executes the instructions in a program A computer has four functions: inputs data, processes data, produces output, and stores results
computer
1 An electronic device capable of assisting in the performance of almost any non-physical work imaginable (Compare {PC} ) 2 A gadget widely believed by some to be a tool of the Devil, until they realized that the Society makes extensive use of them, following which many brothers in affluent countries rushed out to buy them To paraphrase Jesus: <<No one that has used a computer wants a typewriter; for he says, ``The computer is nice ''[57] (Luk 5: 39)>>
computer
An electronic device with the ability to (1) accept user-supplied data, (2) input, store, and execute programmed instructions, (3) perform mathematical and logic operations, and (4) output results according to user specifications
computer
Machine that processes information
computer
An electronic instrument which can solve problems by accepting data, performing various operations with the data, and supplying results May be a personal computer or terminal, may be connected to a network, may provide access to the Internet
computer
Refers to a programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and process data i e a PC
computer
A device which processes and stores information digitally
computer
Under UCITA, an electronic device that accepts information in a digital or similar form and manipulates it for a result based on a sequence of instructions
computer
A programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and work process data
computer
A machine for carrying out calculations and performing specified transformations on information, such as storing, sorting, correlating, retrieving and processing data
dedicated computers
computer assigned to provide services within a specific field (as in an information terminal)
fifth generation computers
voice activated computers having artificial intelligence being developed in the 1990's
first generation computers
large early model of computers developed in the 1950's which were operated by means of vacuum tubes
fourth generation computers
microcomputers operated by means of electronic chips developed during the 1980s
second generation computers
computers that were operated by transistors and were developed during the 1960s
third generation computers
central computers that operate by means of electronic chips that were developed in the 1970s
computers

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