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A computer in which numerical data is represented by measurable physical variables, such as electrical voltage or the position of a indicator.
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(Computer Science) a mechanical, electrical, or electronic computer that performs arithmetical operations by using some variable physical quantity, such as mechanical movement or voltage, to represent numbers
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a computer that represents data by measurable quantities, as voltages, rather than by numbers. Compare digital computer.
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A machine that works on data represented by some physical quantity which varies continuously.
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|Noun||1.||analog computer - a computer that represents information by variable quantities (e.g., positions or voltages)|
computer, computing device, computing machine, data processor, electronic computer, information processing system - a machine for performing calculations automatically
differential analyzer - an analog computer designed to solve differential equations
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