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computation

[‚käm·pyə′tā·shən]
(mathematics)
The act or process of calculating.
The result so obtained.
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Please join us for the Fourth AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP 2016), to be held October 30-November 3 at the AT&T Executive Conference Center on the campus at the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA.
Computation offloading migrates the computation of an application from resource-constrained mobile terminals to external relative resourceful computation resources [1].
Companion to quantum computation and communication.
The rest of the book is devoted to specific mathematical concepts, including algorithms for experimental mathematics, such as high-precision arithmetic and prime number computations, exploration and discovery in inverse scattering, random vectors, and factoring integers, and visual computation that includes chaos games and visualization of DNA strands.
The oblong cards, pinned in a bundle at a lower corner, have five to seven questions each in categories such as numeration, measurement, computation, problem solving and ``fun with numbers.
The Tax Court noted that the Internal Revenue Code does not specifically state how capital losses should be treated for AMT purposes; however, it pointed out that the Treasury regulations related to the AMT say all provisions governing the computation of the regular tax apply to the AMT unless some code section, regulation or other guidance specifically states otherwise.
International Conference on Recent Advances in Adaptive Computation (2004: Hangzhou, China) Ed.
With respect to the computation of the group credit--which is computed as if the controlled group were a single taxpayer and then allocated among group members--TD 9205 generally follows the approach of the two earlier proposed regulations.
These patterns provide multiple pathways for computation and recall, and are especially suited for kids who have had little success with more traditional learning techniques.
First, testing the query against every item in a large collection can be prohibitively expensive in terms of computation.