symmetrical architecture

symmetrical architecture

[si′me·trə·kəl ′ärk·ə‚tek·chər]
(computer science)
A type of computer design that allows any type of data to be used with any type of instruction.
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BGrade II listed, Bron Dinas, can boast some typical Georgian features including multi-paned windows and symmetrical architecture.
Server admins were looking forward to using vSAN because it gave them a symmetrical architecture that did not require external storage and thus made them able to use storage within existing servers.
Delving into biblical, philosophical, historical, literary, classical and medieval sources, as well as commentaries, notable reference works and the electronic resources at our disposal today, Raffa's balanced and sustained control of his material illuminates the symmetrical architecture of the poem and its constituent interdisciplinary components, noting Dante's unique contribution, for example, when he states about the first canticle that "[t]he seamless blend of adaptation and innovation is the hallmark of Dante's Inferno" (1).
As Trocki, explaining the rationale for the symmetrical architecture of his book remarks, 'the economy needed to have the last word....
The symmetrical architecture of the book shows some thought has gone into structuring the text.
The Arabian Court has been crafted in the spirit of the Orient, with dramatic symmetrical architecture and sparkling fountains linked by intimate courtyards that lead from water to stone,from granite to wood,and from palm trees to the omnipotent sea.
With a clean and symmetrical architecture, we can reach exabytes of data and trillions of files.
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