- n. Plural form of computation.
“Thus, functions like ElementData and CountryData download data and cache it locally, so that your computations are always as fast and accurate as possible.”
“No reliable clue that we know of has as yet been found for deciding which of the computations is the original.”
“It should also be noted that our computation of adjusted EBITDA may differ from similarly titled computations used by other companies.”
“Linked.yeah. barabasi has also thrown some graph theory history in there too which i really enjoy. funny how nearly all of the major contributions to the field of graph theory has been made by Hungarians. it must be genetic. the other nice thing about this book is that these ideas tie in well to complexity (A New Kind of Science, kind of) theory which also seems to be very interesting. in general, anyways, i like the idea of computations and mathematical formulations on graphs. i'm sure i'll have more to say about the book as i read on.diaryland. com prev - next”
“Molecular "computations" are essential for the survival of all organisms.”
“After exploring the What’s New website, you might have noticed the page for Load-on-Demand Curated Data, which says our “efficient load-on-demand mechanism makes hundreds of gigabytes of carefully curated and continually updated data immediately available inside Mathematica for use in computations.””
“The apparent circularity begat by adding that further characterization of the system as a 'computing device' exemplifies two-way nature of the 'computations' self-organizing the living system.”
“The computations generally run smoothly when polls are plentiful, but they sometimes go awry when we have only a small number of polls available.”
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