noncomputer

noncomputer

(ˌnɒnkəmˈpjuːtə)
adj
not involving or related to computers
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It is challenging to extract metadata from noncomputer science papers due to their different header and citation formats.
Eleven percent of those 65 and over said they regularly played noncomputer games, like bridge or Scrabble, averaging 1 hour and 52 minutes of play.
That means the key is not readable using another operating system (an issue since a small but significant minority of CPAs' clients use Apple systems) or in noncomputer devices (such as smartphones or tablets that have USB inputs).
My parent's generation grew up in a noncomputer environment, and this resulted in them having no inclination to dabble in the new technology.
However, if one assumes that all the youths with visual impairments needed a computer for their homework and their visual function compared to those of other computer and noncomputer users was similar, then positive relationships should be expected, unless computers were not effectively used.
Three big hands-on noncomputer models for the biology classroom.
Other office workplace suggestions are not holding one's telephone between the neck and shoulder, alternating computer and noncomputer tasks, taking micro breaks every 30 minutes to reduce eye and posture strain, and incorporating exercises into one's break time (Joshi, 2004).
We are proving that high technology does not have to be intimidating for noncomputer experts.
66] In this regard, Weinschenk argued against stereotyping older people as noncomputer, non-internet users.
57% for IPO firms in the noncomputer industry at the 1% level.
Noncomputer or Internet service: the before-rebate cost, as well as the amount of the rebate; purchase requirements; additional fees; and when consumers can expect to receive rebate.