output

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v output to create or manufacture a specific amount "the computer is outputting the data from the job I'm running"
    • n output production of a certain amount
    • n output final product; the things produced
    • n output what is produced in a given time period
    • n output signal that comes out of an electronic system
    • n output the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time) "production was up in the second quarter"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The entire worlds output of urine takes about 45 minutes to go over the Niagra falls.
    • Output (Physiol) That which is thrown out as products of the metabolic activity of the body; the egesta other than the fæces. See Income.
    • Output The amount or quantity of a material or product that is produced by a mine, factory, or any system for production of commercial goods, such as the amount of coal or ore put out from one or more mines, or the quantity of material produced by, or turned out from, one or more furnaces or mills, in a given time; production.
    • Output (Computers) The data or information produced by operation of a computer program or subroutine for transfer to another program or to an external device. The output of one program may be used as the input to another program.
    • Output The materials, profits, or information produced by any system.
    • Output The power, voltage, or current produced by a device to generate or regulate electrical power; as, the power supply had a maximum output of 250 milliamps.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • output To put out; exclude.
    • n output The quantity of material put out or produced within a specified time, as coal from a pit or iron from a furnace, etc.; in general, production; amount or rate of production.
    • n output In physiology, the waste eliminated from the body by the lungs, skin, and kidneys, not including that from the bowels: opposed to income, material taken into the system.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Output owt′pōōt the quantity of metal made by a smelting furnace, or of coal taken from a pit, within a certain time, production generally.
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Quotations

  • Andrew Grove
    Andrew Grove
    “Stressing output is the key to improving productivity, while looking to increase activity can result in just the opposite.”

Usage

In literature:

This handling is necessary with much of the output in order that it may be made acceptable to the manufacturers.
"Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting" by Northern Nut Growers Association
The original system was one that required a great deal of labor per unit output.
"The Working of Steel" by Fred H. Colvin
Later, as the Columbus Buggy Company, a buggy every eight minutes was the output.
"Watch Yourself Go By" by Al. G. Field
Hoe, of New York, made further improvements in the mechanism, raising the output to 20,000 per hour.
"A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898" by Henry R. Plomer
In ten years the COTTON OUTPUT has increased twofold.
"Up To Date Business" by Various
The output of dressed beef last year broke all records.
"Winsome Winnie and other New Nonsense Novels" by Stephen Leacock
They all stood silently watching the output slot.
"The Cosmic Computer" by Henry Beam Piper
The increase of output which everyone desired would then be brought about.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, October 27, 1920" by Various
Through labor's restriction of output, production is to be cut down and the unemployed are to be absorbed.
"Socialism As It Is" by William English Walling
Measure the daily output of urine, which should be at least three pints or two quarts.
"The Mother and Her Child" by William S. Sadler
One fourth of the world's output of zinc comes from the United States, Missouri being the largest producer.
"An Elementary Study of Chemistry" by William McPherson
The output for 1907 was 73,000 tons.
"Mexico" by Charles Reginald Enock
Do men see that your faith works; that its output is different from the output of men who are not possessors of a 'like precious faith'?
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
The output is steadily increasing.
"Five Hundred Dollars" by Horatio Alger
The Bibliotaph's comment was: 'Henry has a small brain output, but unlimited influence at a paper-mill.
"The Bibliotaph" by Leon H. Vincent
Where better ventilation used to mean more windows and repair bills, it now means greater output.
"Civics and Health" by William H. Allen
There were busy days, too, in the mine, stolen from those passed in superintending the tremendous output of tin ore.
"Sappers and Miners" by George Manville Fenn
Then the output could not be sold at the present price.
"The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice" by Stephen Leacock
In Luzon Island the output of sugar would be far greater if more attention were paid to the seasons.
"The Philippine Islands" by John Foreman
At their tables they beheld the output of food trusts.
"History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)" by E. Benjamin Andrews
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In poetry:

Dim the gas-lights in the output
Of so many ardent smokers,
Full of shadow lurch the corners,
And the doctor peeps and passes.
"Interlude" by William Ernest Henley

In news:

It is available with standard frequencies of 24, 26, and 40 MHz, and can be supplied with single output frequencies from 1 to 50 MHz.
JX Energy Unit to End Solar Silicon Wafer Output as Demand Drops.
A plethora of input/output ports.
The EX-HDMI-2A digital signal extender and equalizer from Hall Research Technologies features a switchable boosted video output that drives HDMI copper cables up to 130 feet at 1080p or 1920x1200 resolutions.
According to a company news release, it has far greater output than a majority of escapements : 50 hours without loss of amplitude.
The feeders, mounted on precision load cells, continuously weigh the output of each component.
The origin of such feelings probably lies in their benefit to inclusive fitness—the sum of an organism's reproductive output and that of relatives with shared genes.
Modifying the 2012 Implala Fascia for Maximum Siren Output.
The expansion will double its current output capacity when the new capacity goes online in January 2011.
Germany risks being sucked into Europe's debt crisis after Moody's Investors Service cut the country's credit outlook just hours before key data showed manufacturing output was stalling.
Because of the HDMI inputs and output, you could even use it as a limited two-channel audio/video preamp, though I didn't try that.
Greenpeace protests Neste Oil's boost to biodiesel output.
I am looking for a sensor technology to detect the change from water to orange juice , and from orange juice to water in the output process.
Compact design considering its high output.
It supplies +2 dBm typical output power and +4 dBm maximum output power with ±2 dB output-power flatness over that frequency range.
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In science:

Tex Output() generates a LaTeX output of all Feynman rules.
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
Therefore, a String Output ob ject is generated and the output is performed using String Output::Output().
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
The ith output of the generator is a (typically shorter) value yi = g (xi ) derived from the internal state by some output function g (Figure 1).
Guaranteeing the diversity of number generators
If the output space Y is equal to X then we can get very close to this without designing a new output function.
Guaranteeing the diversity of number generators
As we have proved, in the multiple-stepping modes it is enough that either the iteration or the output function is pseudorandom to obtain pseudorandom output.
Guaranteeing the diversity of number generators
The output of this channel will be referred to as the ‘sum-output’.
The CDF MiniPlug Calorimeters
We found that the ratio of the sum of outputs from the 16 individual channels to the sum-output is constant in the range of about 10 ∼ 1000 pC.
The CDF MiniPlug Calorimeters
Then the output of the l-truncated CCL cannot be distinguished from the output of the CCL process with advantage greater than o(1/N ).
Permutation graphs, fast forward permutations, and sampling the cycle structure of a permutation
As expected for a filter, the output has similar polarization characteristics for all inputs, but not all are equally transmitted, e.g., H H and V V are blocked. A typical output density matrix, reconstructed using maximum-likelihood estimation is shown in Fig. 3.
Diagnosis, prescription and prognosis of a Bell-state filter by quantum process tomography
Aω (g) is the output of φ (in the worst-case setting the definition is the same, only the output is deterministic).
Randomized and Quantum Algorithms Yield a Speed-Up for Initial-Value Problems
We find that the multi-output FFL can serve as a persistence detector for all the outputs.
Topological Generalizations of network motifs
The output for the new bit stream is then given in the ‘Output’ column.
Random Numbers from Astronomical Imaging
Channel decoding involves reconstructing the source information from the output of the demodulator, using the added redundancy to detect or correct possible errors in the output from the demodulator.
EPspectra: A Formal Toolkit for Developing DSP Software Applications
One can ask that the correlations among different outputs (or, more generally, among different functions of the outputs), vanish even when the outputs are at a time distance greater than the scale where Eq.(22) ensures the equidistribution of the words.
Properties making a chaotic system a good Pseudo Random Number Generator
Further, we assume that the noise is independent in the sensors, so that the ‘sensor output vector’ y relates to the ideal output x as PY |X (y |x) = Qn ℓ=1 PY |X (yℓ |xℓ ).
Sensing Capacity for Markov Random Fields
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