Origin of computation
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Examples from the Web for computational
If it were applied to present altitudinal data, it would place the computational flight ceiling somewhere below 4000 feet.A Quantitative Study of the Nocturnal Migration of Birds.
George H. Lowery.
Keep in mind that almost all people dedicated to the study of the future work on computational models.The Civilization of Illiteracy
Will you help me with the computational math needed to finish Operation Catskin?The Butterfly Kiss
Arthur Dekker Savage
This will require substantial sensor, computational, and communication technologies.
This area will be developed further in the computational technologies section.
- a calculation involving numbers or quantities
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Word Origin and History for computational
early 15c., from Middle French computation, from Latin computationem (nominative computatio), noun of action from past participle stem of computare "to sum up, reckon, compute" (see compute).
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