- n. Plural form of architecture.
“One might argue more time and chance will solve the problem, but it is evident, unless the forces are carefully directed, time and chance will tend to destroy certain architectures rather than construct them.”
“The only friend of such architectures is an intelligent designer of some sort.”
“Census of protein architectures offers new view of history of life”
“A related aspect of sophisticated architectures is that actuator signals (e.g. from intermediate fluxes and concentrations in core metabolism to cardiopulmonary rates and renal concentrating effects) have extremely high variability in order to keep other critical signals (e.g. from key metabolic products to blood oxygenation and pH, to core body temperature,) tightly regulated despite fluctuating supplies and demands.”
“Two architectures is one too many for a small company to support.”
“But the effort for Microsoft is substantial because ARM and Intel chips have different "architectures" - in effect, speak different languages.”
“Lead author Gustavo Caetano-Anollés, a professor of bioinformatics in the department of crop sciences at the University of Illinois and an affiliate of the Institute for Genomic Biology, has spent years studying protein structures - he calls them "architectures" - which he suggests offer a reliable record of evolutionary events.”
“There’s a new release of Monolingual out that fixes the bug I submitted where removing certain architectures would kill apps that checksum their executables to prevent tampering.”
“No different architectures, that is, and no redundancies.”
“As you know, we have not made that decision, we will not make that decision until June of next year, and then even if we were to make that decision, there are a number of different so-called architectures that, more or less, intrude upon the ABM Treaty.”
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