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1. Acting or capable of acting on each other.
2. Computers Of or relating to a program that responds to user activity.
3. Of, relating to, or being a form of television entertainment in which the signal activates electronic apparatus in the viewer's home or the viewer uses the apparatus to affect events on the screen, or both.

in′ter·ac′tive·ly adv.


(Computer Science) computing with direct communication between a user and a machine


[ˌɪntərˈæktɪvlɪ] ADV (gen) (Comput) → interactivamente
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The Distributed Computing Toolbox 3 enables engineers and scientists to prototype and develop parallel algorithms interactively in MATLAB and without the need to program message passing.
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Immersive visualization environments allow the scientist to explore complex data interactively.
Technical and creative professionals will benefit from the ability to interactively access graphics over increasingly long distances via the network or grid.
Users can interactively view nanoscale objects such as carbon nanotubes and individual viruses in 3D, feel the surface of the structures, and interactively manipulate them.
Requests of 25 or fewer TIN matches will be provided interactively.
A living parish is one where each of these ministries is identifiable in its own right, yet functions interactively with the others.
Some 80% of respondents who prepared business tax returns worked interactively, 55% manually and 12% in batch mode.

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