informatics

[in-fer-mat-iks]
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Origin of informatics

translation of Russian informátika (1966); see information, -ics
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Related Words for informatics

informatics

Examples from the Web for informatics

Contemporary Examples of informatics

  • Scott McKinney, the lead author of the study, is the informatics manager at Massachusetts General Hospital sleep laboratory.

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    March 10, 2011


British Dictionary definitions for informatics

informatics

noun
  1. (functioning as singular) another term for information science
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Word Origin and History for informatics
n.

1967, translating Russian informatika (1966), from information; also see -ics.

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