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analyzer

[′an·ə‚līz·ər]
(computer science)
A routine for the checking of a program.
One of several types of computers used to solve differential equations.
(engineering)
A multifunction test meter, measuring volts, ohms, and amperes. Also known as set analyzer.
(mechanical engineering)
The component of an absorption refrigeration system where the mixture of water vapor and ammonia vapor leaving the generator meets the relatively cool solution of ammonia in water entering the generator and loses some of its vapor content.
(optics)
A device, such as a Nicol prism, which passes only plane polarized light; used in the eyepiece of instruments such as the polariscope.
References in classic literature ?
For the thousandth time vainly he tried to analyse the tone-quality of that enormous peal that dominated the land far into the strong-holds of the surrounding tribes.
And whenever any one informs us that he has found a man knows all the arts, and all things else that anybody knows, and every single thing with a higher degree of accuracy than any other man-- whoever tells us this, I think that we can only imagine to be a simple creature who is likely to have been deceived by some wizard or actor whom he met, and whom he thought all-knowing, because he himself was unable to analyse the nature of knowledge and ignorance and imitation.
Toomey, an insurance solicitor by birth and an investigator by profession, went inside to analyse the scream.
I wish in these lectures to analyse as fully as I can what it is that really takes place when we, e.
Who shall analyse those tears and say whether they were sweet or bitter?
It was not his place to analyse the motives of monkeys.
Do I set my mind to analyse the abominable impossibility which, nevertheless, confronts me as an undeniable fact?
Nothing solid had passed his lips since the day before, but he was not in a state to analyse the origins of his weakness.
Her recent meeting with his mother and sister had left a great impression which she could not analyse.
The repeat motif domain, which is predicted by computer analyse and surface exposed on the protein, likely extends into the cytoplasm.
Case study analyses were assigned as homework under both instructional methods.
We met with Swan and colleagues at the University of Missouri in Columbia (UMC), and with the personnel at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who conducted the analyses, to discuss our surprise at the findings.