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computer analyst

[kəm′pyüd·ər ′an·ə‚list]
(computer science)
A person who defines a problem, determines exactly what is required in the solution, and defines the outlines of the machine solution; generally, an expert in automatic data processing applications.
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Computer analyst Peter explained: "We knew we needed at least a 6-1 win and Moheeb thankfully did the business.
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