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agenda

[ə′jen·də]
(computer science)
The sequence of control statements required to carry out the solution of a computer problem.
A collection of programs used for manipulating a matrix in the solution of a problem in linear programming.
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The mobile device market is the next big frontier for Linux, and we're starting to see wide-scale deployment of Qtopia in Asia -- a region that typically sets the agenda for mobile and consumer electronics technologies," commented Haavard Nord, Trolltech CEO.
We are honored that the editors of SD Times view Actional as a company that sets the agenda within the industry," said Frank Bergandi, CEO of Actional.
Our move into the enterprise market sets the agenda for the delivery of search and navigation software for intranet and extranet sites.