computer programme

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n computer programme (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute "the program required several hundred lines of code"
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Usage

In literature:

It has been computed on the presumption that there will be no change in the 1912 naval programmes.
"Problems of the Pacific" by Frank Fox
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In news:

I was a middle-aged, laid-off computer programmer with two young boys and a pregnant teenage daughter.
Nurses, physician assistants), computer science (network administrators, software engineers and programmers) and finance (accountants, auditors, analysts).
At 83, the former computer programmer has become a rock star in the gay rights community.
Lovelace is honored by Google as the 'first computer programmer.'.
Ada Lovelace , the first computer programmer, celebrated in Google Doodle.
Among them is Kevin Walker, a 31-year-old computer programmer for the state who's been playing since ninth grade.
Programmers are battling for the chance to play with the Raspberry Pi – a computer that looks more like a chip.
A computer programmer from Canada faces imminent execution in Iran for the actions of another person, which he had no control over, a human rights group says.
A federal appeals court set back government efforts to prosecute alleged corporate espionage with an opinion that explained its recent decision to throw out the conviction of a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc computer programmer .
Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer , celebrated in Google Doodle.
The complaint said the level of damage caused by the programmer 's alleged unauthorized access to Toyota's computer system was unknown.
But when computer programmers start multitasking, productivity flies out the door.
Google Honors Ada Lovelace, World's First Computer Programmer .
State of the State Preview Part 1: The Computer Programmer .
Meanwhile, the growth of mobile devices and cloud computing has introduced new considerations for CAD users and programmers .
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In science:

The most important example is the “halting problem”, a rather beautiful result. A feature of computers familiar to programmers is that they may sometimes be thrown into a never-ending loop.
Quantum Computing
TCP and UDP protocols and the de facto standard BSD sockets Application Programmer’s Interface (API) to TCP and UDP were among the first messaging libraries used for cluster computing .
Cluster Computing White Paper
In addition, its low latency, high bandwidth, and programmability make it competitive for cluster computing.
Cluster Computing White Paper
The most common example of such a flaw is a buffer overflow. A buffer overflow occurs when a process assigns more data to a memory location than was expected by the programmer. The consequence is that that attacker can manipulate the computer’ s memory to cause arbitrary malicious code to run.
Security Considerations for Remote Electronic Voting over the Internet
Even if the company is not interested in subverting an election, all it takes is one rogue programmer who works for any of these companies. Most of the software packages require an installation procedure where the system registry is modified, libraries are installed, and the computer must reboot.
Security Considerations for Remote Electronic Voting over the Internet
For the physics programme with hadron beam the online filter is required to reduce both the bandwidth needed for transferring the data to the computer centre as well as the bandwidth needed to record the data on the tape drives.
The COMPASS Experiment at CERN
R. De Millo, R.J. Lipton, and F.G. Sayward, “Hints on Test Data Selection: Help for the Practicing Programmer”, IEEE Computer, vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 34-41, 1978. R.
Mutation Sampling Technique for the Generation of Structural Test Data
A. G. Yoder and D. L. Cohn. Real Spreadsheets for Real Programmers. International Conference on Computer Languages, pages 20–30, May 1994. Y.
Spreadsheet Debugging
For the field-work for this project, the Microsoft Windows version of NEO was used exclusively. However, much of the developmental computer-vision programming was done at the programmer‘s desk using the Linux version of NEO.
The Cyborg Astrobiologist: Testing a Novelty-Detection Algorithm on Two Mobile Exploration Systems at Rivas Vaciamadrid in Spain and at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah
In fact, with S and U of Eq. (6.8) one can easily show, using the computer algebra programme GAP , that no finite group is obtained for reasonably small m 6= 3.
Neutrino Mass and Mixing with Discrete Symmetry
This much simplified form is ideal for the development of a computer programme (e.g., MadGraph ) based on helicityamplitude subroutines (e.g., Helas ) for the automatic generation of cross-sections for any twist-three single-spin asymmetry.
Factorisation in Higher-Twist Single-Spin Amplitudes
We will see below that a MAXQ representation is very much like a computer program, and we will rely on the programmer to design each of the modules and indicate the permissible ways in which the modules can invoke each other.
Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning with the MAXQ Value Function Decomposition
The general expressions provided by Gusynin and Kornyak resulting from symbolic computation programmes for n dimensions are evaluated for 4 dimensions which are checked against results given by Barvinsky and Vilkovisky.
A note on the heat kernel coefficients for nonminimal operators
In view of formal computations and numerical experiments, a list of conjectures, often referred to as the Roberts programme, has been formulated about the existence, the stability and the qualitative properties of traveling waves.
Traveling waves for nonlinear Schr\"odinger equations with nonzero conditions at infinity
Especially for complicated amplitude calculations in particle physics an established method is the implementation of an alternative, redundant computation of the amplitude by a second programmer.
Automated Evaluation of One-Loop Six-Point Processes for the LHC
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