analogue computer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n analogue computer a computer that represents information by variable quantities (e.g., positions or voltages)
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Usage

In literature:

Will you translate it into analogue figures for the computer, please?
"Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet" by Harold Leland Goodwin
What more could any analogue computer do?
"The Sky Is Falling" by Lester del Rey
Now police are feeding the problem to their giant analogue computer in the sub-basement of the Court House.
"Mutineer" by Robert J. Shea
Whoever punched the cards needed the proper equations derived first, and that called for a digital or an analogue computer.
"The Romantic Analogue" by W.W. Skupeldyckle
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In science:

Still, we provide as an example a model consistent with gravity, which implies deļ¬nite signs and magnitudes for the parameters of our analogue computer.
The fifth dimension as an analogue computer for strong interactions at the LHC
This parametrization serves as an analogue computer for strong interactions, and can be applied to 5D models with a physical Higgs scalar, such as composite Higgs models or gaugephobic Higgs .
The fifth dimension as an analogue computer for strong interactions at the LHC
Our analogue computer is a 5D model, where the KK modes can also be interpreted as the resonances of a strongly-interacting 4D theory.
The fifth dimension as an analogue computer for strong interactions at the LHC
Thanks to our analogue computer, this can be done without going into the detailed dynamics that produced the deviations.
The fifth dimension as an analogue computer for strong interactions at the LHC
All of this is done automatically within the analogue computer.
The fifth dimension as an analogue computer for strong interactions at the LHC
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