scientific system

scientific system

[‚sī·ən′tif·ik ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A system devoted principally to computations as opposed to business and data-processing systems, the main emphasis of which is on the updating of data records and files rather than the performance of calculations.
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The seventeenth century theology, like every successive theological, philosophical, and scientific system, has lost its hold on later generations, and it becomes dull indeed in the long expository passages of the poem.
In praise of his visiting delegation, the Minister highlighted the essential role that the Industrial Research Institute plays "being a fundamental part of the scientific system of the country's industry.
The schedule is generated by a robust scientific system, created by CVS Health, that automatically reviews all of a patient's current CVS Pharmacy prescription information and prescribers' instructions, and then, using clinical data, provides a schedule of the most effective times of day to take the medications.
He said that scientific system had been evolved under information technology to check the corruption in the government departments.
These meetings are part of the consolidation of RAICES Program and are thus oriented to strengthening the links between argentine scientists and technologists abroad with the national scientific system, as a complement to the actions aiming at promoting the stay of researchers within the country and the return of those interested in developing their activities in Argentina.
Instead of this blatant sellout of the nation to the highest bidder, what is needed is a program of genuine agrarian reform and national industrialization complemented by a nationalist and scientific system of education that would be provided free for everyone.
Professor Charum left a greatly relevant legacy to our national scientific system, being one of the pioneering scholars of scientific production in our country and one of the first to explore the relationship between knowledge producers and users (Charum & Parrado, 1995).
The Conference Week brought several thematic strands together, as well as numerous institutions within the scientific system.
Our systems clean liquid, while solids are discharged and dried automatically - and we bring every part of this very technical and scientific system together inhouse right here in Newton Aycliffe.
The Supreme Leader urged the council to deal more seriously with the issue of cultural engineering and renovation of Iran's educational and scientific system, including education and higher education as well as change in humanities.
During the meeting, the parliamentarians told the experts about educational and scientific system of the country and budget financing of these
He said the campaign has been focusing over the past four years on building an intellectual and scientific system that serves all those who are trying to confront extremism.

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