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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: readable - suitable for feeding directly into a computercomputer readable - suitable for feeding directly into a computer
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
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When software modules or algorithms are involved, these software modules may be stored as program instructions or computer readable codes executable on a processor on a computer-readable medium.
The patent entails at least one computer readable medium having stored thereon a plurality of instances and a skin aging gene expression signature, wherein each instance comprises an ordered list of identifiers representing a plurality of up-regulated and a plurality of down-regulated genes differentially expressed in response to contact between the cosmetic agent and a human fibroblast cell or a human keratinocyte cell.
However, the problem lies in the fact that these inventions are basically biological/genomic data or structural patterns in a computer readable medium.
Abstract: A system, method and computer readable storage medium that receives traffic/packets from external devices attempting to access protected devices in a protected network.
In alignment with the recent Presidential Executive Order on Open Data and the Department of Health and Human Services Health Data Initiative, openFDA will make the FDA s publicly available data accessible in a structured, computer readable format that will make it possible for technology specialists, such as mobile application creators, web developers, data visualization artists and researchers to quickly search, query, or pull massive amounts of public information instantaneously and directly from FDA datasets on an as needed basis.
It works by producing a web-page of data with a series of computer readable tags embedded within it.
As members are aware we are in process of converting the complete run of BAA Journals since 1890 into computer readable (PDF) form.
Litigators and licensing experts view computer readable medium claims as clearly defining a different source of revenue from system-wide method claims.

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