calculative calculative


  • (adj) used of persons



  • The calculative eye of history, however, might identify it as Britain's most miserable hour since the Black Death some 600 years earlier.


  • RIKEN Plans Exascale Supercomputer ’30 Times Faster’ than Today’s Fastest in Six Years

    Forget 2014, let’s talk about what to expect in 2020, just six years from now, say a supercomputer finally capable of mongo-calculative deftness on par with what some believe to be the processing oomph of a single human brain. Let’s put a number around that: one exaflop (FLOP standing for “floating-point operations per second” — the industry benchmark in scientific calculation horsepower) is ...
    on December 30, 2013     Source: Techland


  1. "Like I've said before, we just want to be smart and calculative about this process," Patrick said.
    on Jan 29, 2010 By: Danica Patrick Source: Toronto Sun

  2. "Mani is more calculative, while Kamal is a remarkably spontaneous," notes Suhasini.
    on Sep 27, 2007 By: Mani Ratnam Source: Daily News & Analysis

  3. "He shouldn't be too calculative, or too much of a smooth talker, and he can't not be respectful of women," said Tsai.
    on Jun 4, 2009 By: Jolin Tsai Source: Channel News Asia

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