microcomputing


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microcomputing

(ˈmaɪkrəʊkəmˈpjuːtɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) computing involving the use of a microcomputer
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microcomputing

[ˈmaɪkrəʊkəmˈpjuːtɪŋ] Nmicrocomputación f
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Tenders are invited for supply of diverse microcomputing material for the work, migration and social security departments
Even as Luker's experiments run, Blaauw, Sylvester and Phillips look forward to what purposes others will find for their latest microcomputing device.
To make such communication possible, the researchers intended to use microcomputing, electroencephalography sensoring (EEG) and brain-computer interface software to help "analyze animal thought patterns and spell them out...using a loudspeaker," according to the (http://www.nomorewoof.com/) product's website . 
Lucas Schwartz, Oregon Episcopal School, "Automated Precipitation Alerts Using Environmental Sensors, Microcomputing, and a Predictive Data Model Developed from Historical Weather Data"
Melanie Swalwell's (2012a, 2012b; also see 2009) work on the history of Australian videogames identifies the significance of 1980s microcomputing to their evolution.
I am sure there are other reasons, too--from the revolution in microcomputing to the decades-old push for interprofessionality and interdiscplinarity in many academic organizations.
Bom into a family of entrepreneurs, Auman started his first business in the early days of microcomputing with his brother and best friend at the age of eighteen after his first year of college.
to directly manipulate the elements of music (pitch, duration, tempo, dynamic, timbre, etc.) within a microcomputing environment where they assume the roles of the composer, performer and listener, they should acquire a working knowledge of (i) the elements of music, (ii) the ways in which these elements interrelate, and (iii) the ways in which these elements are notated, as well as acquiring an appreciation of the various possibilities for musical expression and creativity.
During the 1980s, scholars identified striking differences in the organizational cultures of Silicon Valley and Route 128 microcomputing companies.
This example features a university ("the University") undergoing the transformative changes brought about by the tremendous advances in microcomputing that occurred between the 1970s and 2000s.
With the advent of microcomputing, Flusser came to understand the camera as a programmed apparatus, the ancestor of all apparatuses that exemplify the subordination of thinking in letters to thinking in numbers.
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