Algorithmic+Language

  • 1algorithmic language — noun an artificial language designed to express algorithms • Hypernyms: ↑programming language, ↑programing language • Hyponyms: ↑algebraic language * * * Computers. See ALGOL. [1955 60; ALGORITHM + IC] * …

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  • 2algorithmic language — ALGOL (algorithmic language) Al·gol || ælgÉ‘l / gÉ’l algebraic computer programming language used in mathematical and scientific applications …

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  • 3algorithmic language — algoritminė kalba statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. algorithmic language; algorithmical language vok. algoritmische Sprache, f; Programmiersprache, f rus. алгоритмический язык, m pranc. langage algorithmique, m …

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  • 4algorithmic language — algoritminė kalba statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Žymenų sistema ↑algoritmams užrašyti. Kalba, kuria užrašytą algoritmą kompiuteris gali kompiliuoti (žr. ↑kompiliavimas) į kompiuterio kalbą (programą), dažniau vadinama ↑programavimo… …

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  • 5algorithmic language — Computers. See ALGOL. [1955 60; ALGORITHM + IC] * * * …

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  • 6Algorithmic Language — ALGOL …

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  • 7algorithmic orientated language — algorithmic language or algorithmic orientated language see ↑Algol2 • • • Main Entry: ↑algorithm …

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  • 8Algorithmic information theory — is a subfield of information theory and computer science that concerns itself with the relationship between computation and information. According to Gregory Chaitin, it is the result of putting Shannon s information theory and Turing s… …

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  • 9Algorithmic learning theory — (or algorithmic inductive inference) is a framework for machine learning.The framework was introduced in E. Mark Gold s seminal paper Language identification in the limit . The objective of language identification is for a machine running one… …

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  • 10Algorithmic composition — is the technique of using algorithms to create music.Algorithms (or, at the very least, formal sets of rules) have been used to compose music for centuries; the procedures used to plot voice leading in Western counterpoint, for example, can often …

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  • 11Language identification — is the process of determining which natural language given content is in. Traditionally, identification of written language as practiced, for instance, in library science has relied on manually identifying frequent words and letters known to be… …

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  • 12algorithmic — (adj.) by 1799, from ALGORITHM (Cf. algorithm) + IC (Cf. ic). In reference to symbolic rules or language, by 1881 …

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  • 13Algorithmic efficiency — In computer science, efficiency is used to describe properties of an algorithm relating to how much of various types of resources it consumes. Algorithmic efficiency can be thought of as analogous to engineering productivity for a repeating or… …

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  • 14Algorithmic trading — In electronic financial markets, algorithmic trading or automated trading, also known as algo trading, black box trading, or robo trading, is the use of computer programs for entering trading orders with the computer algorithm deciding on certain …

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  • 15computer programming language — Introduction       any of various languages for expressing a set of detailed instructions for a digital computer. Such instructions can be executed directly when they are in the computer manufacturer specific numerical form known as machine… …

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  • 16Programming language — lists Alphabetical Categorical Chronological Generational A programming language is an artificial language designed to communicate instructions to a machine, particularly a computer. Programming languages can be used to create programs that… …

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