automatic computer


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automatic computer

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer which can carry out a special set of operations without human intervention.
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The method is based on load pull power contours measured at the output of the device and large signal impedance matching at the input, both provided through measurements performed by an automatic computer controlled tuner system.
This can be handled by an automatic computer dialing system.
The company has introduced a |Swift' paint service, an automatic computer controlled colour dispenser to insure that consistently accurate additions of tinter colours can be made to a wide range of paint base types.
ROUND 1: Round One immediately saw a titanic clash for points as the West's Liddle misidentified the "A-C" in ILLIAC and ENIAC as standing for "Automatic Calculator." The East's McCorduck archly offered "Automatic Computer," winning the first set of points for her team.
A survey of over 1,000 adults by computer giant MSN shows that paper recycling bins and automatic computer shutdowns are the most popular measures.
This system, the Standards Eastern Automatic Computer (SEAC), designed and built in collaboration with the NBS Electronics Division, was put into continuous operation in May 1950.
NBS began construction of the Standards Electronic Automatic Computer (SEAC) in 1948 and completed the project in 1950.
It has upgraded graphic software, which provides automatic computer selection of operating parameters for sample measurement.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Fully Automatic Computer Contrded High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) system and Auto sampler wrth all essential accessones, consumables and spares, to carry out Furan Analysis of insiiating oils as per IEC-61198/ ASTM-D 5837 at RTL, NR2 Jalandhar.
Tenders are invited for automatic computer controlled microcontroller based bomb calorimeter
The status quo also includes auto-posting whereby a recipient is sent an automatic computer generated sanction, without any human review as to whether the sanction being imposed is warranted.
In addition, the report noted that high-volume trading driven by algorithms and automatic computer programs can deepen volatility and potential market instability.

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