computationally computationally

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with regard to computation

News

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    Capable of running computationally demanding algorithms that can extract meaning from images without draining battery, Unified Vision and Video Coding solution combines v-MP4000HDX processor IP core family with accelerated OpenCV library, and suite of full HD and 4K video encoders and decoders. v-MP4000HDX architecture scales from 3-core v-MP4120HDX subsystem with single stream processor and 2 ...
    on July 24, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

Quotes

  1. "The problems we're looking at aren't computationally driven per se, but more information management problems," said Mark Dean, an IBM fellow and director of the Almaden Research Center. "Computation is not the hard part anymore."
    on Feb 4, 2008 By: Mark Dean Source: CNET News.com

  2. However, Shapiro said, that was "a toy computer that didn't know how to do anything medically or computationally significant. This time, we are demonstrating a real use that could have medical applications."
    on Mar 30, 2004 By: Ehud Shapiro Source: Israel 21C

  3. "For more than two decades ANU has supported computationally intensive research across national research communities. The new acquisition will ensure Australia becomes internationally competitive again in this important area," Professor Chubb said.
    on Mar 18, 2009 By: Ian Chubb Source: The Canberra Times

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