- v. Simple past tense and past participle of instrument.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having instruments attached for the purpose of measuring conditions while under observation; -- said of a person under medical observation or a machine whose performance is being tested.
“I use the word "instrumented" very directly here - the last thing I want is a bunch of spam results - pointless, irrelevant come ons for brands or models in which I most likely have no interest.”
“Perfect Citizen" for the NSA, which would see infrastructure networks - for instance power, telecoms or transport systems - "instrumented" in order to detect possible attempts to attack them.”
“… But this secure, 'instrumented' future is frightening for many civil liberties advocates.”
“Asylum's MFP NanoIndenter is a true "instrumented" indenter and is the first AFM-based indenter that does not use cantilevers as part of the indenting mechanism.”
“It was the first time the Agency used an "instrumented" missile to confirm the laser works as expected.”
“instrumented", and clever technologies are being adopted to use the real-time data to make things safer, quicker and greener.”
“On the contrary, he is busy marketing his grand idea of a "Smarter Planet", an instrumented world in which 70% of the global population will be urban dwellers by 2050 and where devices, people and cities will all be connected.”
“Lower crime rates in New York City show the potential of an interconnected, instrumented, intelligent world being delivered in terms of real, tangible, multifaceted ROI.”
“But at long last, it has recently become possible to measure what the human body is doing with a specialized camera, so that the body can instantly be mapped to an avatar without donning instrumented tights.”
“The trains, track, stations and other assets can be instrumented with sensors that relay real-time data about the system's performance.”
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