The various technologies that enable natural user interfaces are making interactions with computational devices far more intuitive, and often so simple that no instructions are even needed to use them," the report says.
What does CD stand for?
CD stands for Computational Device
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 293 other meanings of CD in our Acronym Attic
- Compact Disc
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- Companion Dog (AKC Obedience Title)
- Competitive Design
- Complete Denture
- Complete Divine (Dungeons & Dragons book)
- Completion Detector/Detection
- Compliance Division
- Component Design
- Comprehensive Database
Samples in periodicals archive:
The universe and the living things within it are computational devices, churning out the future.
The discovery, which was published in this week's journal Science, has several implications, including: * For engineers it could provide a roadmap to future nanoscale computational devices where atomic sizes are at the end of Moore's law.
Gad covers experimental design, computational devices and software, data preparation and exploration, nonparametric hypothesis testing of categorical and ranked data, univariate parametric tests, modeling and extrapolation, trend analysis, reducing dimensionality, multivariate methods, carcinogenesis, risk assessment, epidemiology, SAR modeling, and areas of controversy in statistics used in toxicology.
The new Eagle computer is ranked 17th in speed worldwide and easily breezes by other computational devices in the Defense Department, according to a news release.
The computational devices in a manufacturing plant are typically organized into three tiers: * Process control * Cell control * Area/plant control.
Shamir's computational device would not be able to perform the process of solving the equations that result from sieving because it has no memory capabilities, and simply outputs the equations it finds to another computer that collects them.
Most recently, Martino's research focused on the artist's mark as a computational device.