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logic design

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(computer science)
The design of a computer at the level which considers the operation of each functional block and the relationships between the functional blocks.

logic design

The architecture of software. See logic.
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The committee approved the National GeoSpatial Database (NGDB) logical design.
The scrolling display appears through the front grille when powered up and the base is a pleasure to operate thanks to its logical design & slick looks.
He leads readers through aspects of the Alpha version of a healthcare data warehouse that implements the basic design pattern to illustrate its core capabilities, including dimensional data modeling, understanding source data, the logical design for a biomedical data warehouse, the physical design, and how to load it so users can start executing queries against early data.
Strategy and business solutions consulting firm Logical Design Solutions, Inc.
Through wireframing and prototyping, ParadigmNEXT was able were able to map out the most logical design and flow for the mobile application.
This includes a review of Infrastructure, Logical design and architecture as well as code level
What is needed at the multi-board system level is a similar revolution to provide a solution that automates the enormous connection management problem, facilitates easy system and logical design and integrates seamlessly with the PCB design flow.
This information allows the MISS to manage and control cooling and conveying processes according to the facility's customized logical design.
It's an ambitious styling exploration but, being a Datsun, it is a logical design too," said Shiro Nakamura, CEO of Datsun.
He covers the phases of the database development process: logical design, implementation, and application development.
The simple silhouette features low, flowing lines that hint at outstanding aerodynamic performance, while the logical design of the high-quality interior emphasizes innovation.