automagic


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automagic

(ˌɔːtəʊˈmædʒɪk)
adj
done with such ease and speed as to seem like magic
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While I described the various challenges we identified and the painful transition from "manual" to "automagic" which, combined, had led to the long and frustrating learning curve, my accountant quietly listened.
I told him that it would eventually be "automagic" if he continued to be mindful of the sensation.
Rather than improving both domains separately, POLCA takes a bold step forward by proposing a hybrid programming model that decisively increases programming efficiency in both areas and enables realisation of multi domain use cases.This model thereby allows efficient parallelisation and distribution of the application code across a highly heterogeneous infrastructure, not through automagic methods, but through exploitation of fundamental mathematical axioms behind the execution logic.