COGO


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COGO

[′kō‚gō]
(computer science)
A higher-level computer language oriented toward civil engineering, enabling one to write a program in a technical vocabulary familiar to engineers and feed it to the computer; several versions have been implemented. Derived from coordinated geometry.

COGO

(application, engineering)
A subsystem of ICES aimed at coordinate geometry problems in civil engineering.

["Engineer's Guide to ICES COGO I", R67-46, CE Dept MIT, Aug 1967].

COGO

(COordinate GeOmetry) A programming language used for solving civil engineering problems.
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