computer hardware

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n computer hardware (computer science) the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system
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Usage

In literature:

Leftist had a day-job repairing computer hardware.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
Massive, double digit increases in productivity are feasible in the manufacturing of computer hardware.
"After the Rain" by Sam Vaknin
And because of all the computer hardware, I had to move Emma's desk out into the parlor.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

Education's digital divide more about bandwidth than computer hardware.
Police say the 38-year-old Molina told police he was looking for computer hardware.
Muskogee Community Hospital uses serverless computing to secure both energy and hardware savings.
Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO): Today's Featured Computer Hardware Winner.
The three major constituents of hardware that consume energy are considered, namely computation, communication , and storage units, and methods of reducing their energy consumption are reviewed.
Areas of coverage include software, hardware, computing and outsourcing.
I also remember him as a clear thinker who understood that computers and audio visual hardware were only at the beginning of what would surely be a long marriage.
European Union regulators opened in-depth investigations into takeover bids for two Asian companies by two American peers in the computer hardware sector.
One of the defining features of cloud computing is multitenancy — the ability to take data and applications from multiple users and run them not just on the same hardware but often on the same software.
Juniper Networks Inc (JNPR): Today's Featured Computer Hardware Winner.
Compudyne employs nearly 60 professionals and is a leading provider of both remote and on-site computer IT services, network consulting and hardware/software installation.
How cloud computing can help IT managers overcome infrastructure hurdles like cost and hardware provisioning.
It provides an interface between the user and the computer hardware.
A hardware device that is connected to the computer or computer complex and remains powered on.
Microsoft Monday unveiled a pair of tablet computers dubbed " Surface " in a bold move that thrusts the world's largest software company into uncharted hardware waters.
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In science:

One of the key advantages of reconfigurable computing is the ability to tailor the hardware to match the requirements of the application.
GRAPE-6: A Petaflops Prototype
Advanced Computation (SciDAC) program has funded a software development program and medium-sized prototype hardware, which is now being constructed.
Summary: Working Group on QCD and Strong Interactions
In logic and computer science the boundary between hardware and software is first met at the machine level with the built-in capabilities of the hardware determining the type of software that can be written for it.
Biologic
Once the hardware is con figured properly for a certain type of experiment and for a certain number and kind of spins, the user can set up new experiments entirely by computer.
Experimental Quantum Computation with Nuclear Spins in Liquid Solution
This implies that it is limited only by error introduced by the method used to solve the system of equations produced by the Source Galerkin procedure and by the numerical precision of the hardware used for computation.
A Test of The Source Galerkin Method
The importance of numerical simulations in the investigation of such complex physics has long been recognized, but until recently the necessary computational hardware was not available.
A Numerical Method for General Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics
If X and Y are complementary goods (e.g., computer hardware and software), the cross-price elasticity of demand may be negative; that is, the quantity of good X varies inversely with a change in the price of good Y .
Evaluating Pricing Strategy Using e-Commerce Data: Evidence and Estimation Challenges
Together with eleven new event builder computers in a similar configuration with 1 TB of disk space each they will supplement the hardware for the event building network.
The COMPASS Experiment at CERN
So, a parallel solver may be mapped to massively parallel computers, whereas for other solvers special purpose hardware may be available, or just single PC’s in a cluster.
Towards Distributed Petascale Computing
No single computer will be able to perform the resulting multitude of computations, and therefore it provides a excellent example for a hybrid simulation environment containing a wide variety of distributed hardware.
Towards Distributed Petascale Computing
Robertson, and J. Irvine, “A Design Flow for Partially Reconfigurable Hardware,” in ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, Vol. 3, No. 2, May 2004, pp. 257–283. J. M. P.
An Infrastructure to Functionally Test Designs Generated by Compilers Targeting FPGAs
The basic idea is to optimize a hardware pipeline to compute ( ~ri − ~rj )/| ~ri − ~rj |3 .
Gravitational N-body Simulations
This special purpose hardware can then be interfaced with a general purpose computer, which takes care of all the other numerical operations required to solve the equations of motions.
Gravitational N-body Simulations
Since the very beginning of hardware development, computer processors were invented with ever-increasing clock frequencies and sophisticated in-build optimization strategies.
The Multi-Core Era - Trends and Challenges
Since the very beginning of hardware development, computer processors were invented with ever-increasing clock frequencies (’work harder’) and sophisticated in-build optimization strategies (’work smarter’).
The Multi-Core Era - Trends and Challenges
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