- n. The abstract capability of being programmable.
- Composition: programmable + -ity (Wiktionary)
“CDs took a convenient step forward vs. albums by introducing advanced programmability - specifically, the ability to search for and play a desired song, skipping over the rest without having to get up and move the needle forward or back on a spinning turntable. iTunes took it to the next level, making it possible to buy songs one at a time, with even more programmability.”
“I loved the Mac for its graphic ease of use, but I missed the user-level programmability of Unix, and felt that combining the two would yield great results.”
“Makers are also adding enhanced programmability to their wares, allowing you to fine-tune the process, say setting the brew strength on a coffeemakers.”
“Similarly toSun's Eric Schmidt "The Network is the Computer"expressionin the 1990s, Carr puts forth theidea of the "World Wide Computer"to describe how computing power,human intelligence, and programmability of applicationson the Internet can be put to use under the utility model he envisions.”
“Several well-known project members will deliver speeches and lectures about OpenOffice.org, it's programmability, the ongoing migrations, the OpenDocument format et al.”
“Now this bill would increase loan limits on unsubsidized Stafford loans, allow parents to defer plus payments during the in-school period and give direct-loan programmability to buy loans from lenders.”
“I have assumed that EZchip with its capacious headroom and seven layers of programmability could win many of these slots, but the folks from NetLogic, Cavium Networks, et al contend that the demands are so exacting and specialized that a general purpose NPU comparable to the Pentium is impossible.”
“Full programmability enables systems houses such as Juniper to differentiate their products from competing vendors, to adapt quickly and economically to evolving standards, and fuels the proprietary network flavors being deployed by service providers.”
“However, programmability increases die size, which in turn drives up unit costs; the cost to produce each chip increases exponentially with chip area because yields fall and because fewer chips fit on the wafer.”
“The same seems to be true of baseless and arbitrary beliefs and injunctions, handed down the generations - beliefs that were perhaps given a fair wind by the useful programmability of the child brain.”
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