computerize

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v computerize control a function, process, or creation by a computer "They computerized the car industry","we live in a cybernated age","cybernate a factory"
    • v computerize store in a computer "computerized dictionary"
    • v computerize provide with computers "Our office is fully computerized now"
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Quotations

  • Saul Alinsky
    Saul Alinsky
    “Quotes from Mao, Castro, and Che Guevara... are as germane to our highly technological, computerized society as a stagecoach on a jet runway at Kennedy airport.”

Usage

In literature:

Nowadays, the computerized dialling of hundreds of numbers can be detected within hours and swiftly traced.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
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In news:

While bingo halls offer computerized machines, many regulars prefer paper cards and their own "lucky" daubers.
The role of plant breeding has changed dramatically over the years, particularly as procedures that used to lean heavily on human instinct and insight have been replaced with high-tech computerized processes.
According to a brief from the District, the NWEA is an adaptive computerized national measure given in math, reading and language usage starting in third grade.
A computerized tool will gauge students' compatibility based on neatness, sleeping habits and other essential traits.
The foundation for a computerized system which would place all the county's information at officials' fingertips with the click of a mouse doesn't come cheap.
I've got some PowerPoint presentations and Word documents pertaining to our favorite topic — computerizing records and healthcare processes — that I created in the early 1990s for lectures, Grand Round, and papers.
Michael Reiss of Southern Nevada Chiropractic Helps Car Accident Patients with Neck or Back Pain by Providing Computerized Spinal Exam and a Copy of His Book.
Astronomers are looking for thousands of volunteers to scan computerized images of a neighboring galaxy in a survey that could help explain how stars are continually being formed across the universe.
Regulators say company manipulated oil prices with computerized ' high-frequency trading.
H&P delivers reliability, safety with computerized rig maintenance systems.
Computerized alerts to health care providers about their HIV patients improved patient outcomes in a study of one large clinic in Boston.
The computerized records system at Santa Clara University in California was compromised to alter student grades, an official of the university said.
Contrary to early vote counts, based solely on computerized returns from Philadelphia's voting machines, he did not get blanked in 59 of the city's 1,687 voting divisions.
I was using a 100mm f/7.65 refractor telescope on a computerized tracking mount and a Nikon D7000 camera.
Ski resorts are investing millions in more efficient, computerized snow- making equipment.
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In science:

Computerized Adaptive Testing Exploring Examinee Response Time Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling.
Test item response time and the response likelihood
Weiss (Ed.), New horizons in testing: Latent trait test theory and computerized adaptive testing (pp. 179-203).
Test item response time and the response likelihood
Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing.
Test item response time and the response likelihood
Computerized adaptive testing is becoming increasingly popular due to advancement of modern computer technology.
Nonlinear sequential designs for logistic item response theory models with applications to computerized adaptive tests
Computerized adaptive testing (CAT) is becoming increasingly popular due to advancement of modern computer technology.
Nonlinear sequential designs for logistic item response theory models with applications to computerized adaptive tests
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