a person or thing that differentiates.
Computers. an electronic device whose output signal is proportional to the derivative of its input signal.
Electricity, Electronics. a transducer or circuit (differentiator circuit ) whose output is proportional to the rate of change of the input signal.
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How to use differentiator in a sentence
We are a data-driven organization, and data plus our editorial experience is really a key differentiator.Media Briefing: Facebook pivots away from politics –publishers say ‘we’re just along for the ride’ | Tim Peterson | February 11, 2021 | Digiday
Consumers will grow less loyal to brands they engage with but relevancy will be a key differentiator and source of revenue-driving value for companies.Leveraging customer data and AI to drive ecommerce growth in 2021 | Tracey Ryan O’Connor | February 1, 2021 | Search Engine Watch
His accuracy, more than anything else, has been the differentiator.The Toronto Raptors Can’t Seem To Finish Their Drives | Louis Zatzman | January 27, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
A key differentiator would be Apple’s ability to integrate its self-driving system, a pricey initiative that has spurred the company to develop its own software, sensor hardware and chip technologies.Apple’s self-driving electric car is at least half a decade away | Verne Kopytoff | January 7, 2021 | Fortune
I’ve still been impressed with what Google has done in its Pixel phones with almost no change in hardware, but Apple’s jump to a bigger sensor is a differentiator.The iPhone 12 Pro Max might be worth it—for the camera alone | Stan Horaczek | November 10, 2020 | Popular-Science
“If BMW is ‘the ultimate driving machine,’ your Anthem is the ultimate differentiator,” writes Hogshead.
In this day and age, higher pay can also be a brand differentiator.