active computer

active computer

[′ak·tiv kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
When two or more computers are installed, the one that is on-line and processing data.
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Contract award notice: Market supply, Installation and integration of active computer network equipment (lan, Wifi, Datacenter, Toip)
Washington, March 5 ( ANI ): NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is undergoing a brain transplant - a complex sequence of steps to switch operations to a backup flight computer- amid ongoing analysis to figure out how to resolve memory corruption discovered last week in the rover's active computer.
He has instead turned to the Wii Active computer programme to ensure he is ready to run.
Among the topics are pattern generation using level-set-based curve evolution, information theory approaches for next-best view planning in active computer vision, techniques for detecting unsupervised changes based on a self-organizing feature map neural network, and reusing knowledge when designing models of computational intelligence.
Choose active computer games like Wii - or encourage them to get fresh air and exercise by playing outside, or by taking part in sports activities at school or through clubs.
This disk should be clearly labeled so that it is not accidentally misused on an active computer.
Mary Sheppard, spokeswoman for Fitness Wales, said, 'I think these active computer games are fantastic.
We have a retirement community that has a very active computer club.
Active Computer provides consulting, Osprey enterprise association management software, Osprey Web, Osprey Broadcast, and Osprey Phone and Fax servers to association and nonprofit meeting planners, management firms, and education and training facilities.
15) There is also an active computer conference for announcements, news, and current awareness information.
The bad news is that guaranteed behavior is impossible to achieve--with or without people in the operational loop; there are inherent risks in relying on computer systems operating under critical requirements (especially those that are complex and necessary for controlling real-time environments, such as in fly-by-wire aircraft that are aerodynamically unstable and cannot be flown without active computer control.
Rheingold, editor of Whole Earth Review and an active computer networker, was a hands-on observer of VR's early development in the late 1980s.

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