wordcount

wordcount

(ˈwɜːdˌkaʊnt)
n
(Computer Science) a computer tool that counts words
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WordCount, Grep and Sort were employed to evaluate the performance of the ASE strategy.
Thus, we've pondered the wordcount variance between the sexes and come to the following conclusion.
Using the industry standard WordCount benchmark, a measure based on of the number words processed per second, SQLstream Blaze achieved a throughput of 4.
To verify the scheduling model proposed in this paper, we used Hadoop security task scheduling for three test cases: WordCount, Grep, and TeraSort.
It is not the intention of this article, however, to spend precious wordcount mired in quarrels with other thinkers; only to assert, by way of numerous real-world examples, the rich possibilities for radical politics outside of the Hegelian-Marxist axis which for so long has been dominant.
Third Written Production Overall Recurrent Errors History of Colombian Food Spelling Grammar Vocabulary Draft 1 3 6 5 Draft 2 3 6 4 Final version 0 0 0 History of Colombian Food Punctuation Capitalization Draft 1 6 0 Draft 2 3 0 Final version 3 0 History of Colombian Food Run-on sentences Total Wordcount Draft 1 0 20 157 Draft 2 0 16 157 Final version 0 3 157
I often speak without thinking, and I'm a rambler, and despite communicating with more people than most do a day, I still worry about looking like an online plonka when I'm forced to do so to such a tight wordcount.
Students seem to reconstruct themselves as learners and writers: in Blackboard, drafts are almost always longer than the minimum required wordcount.
In addition, we consulted WordCount, which is an on-line ranking of the 86,000 most frequently used English words based on the British National Corpus, which collects samples of written and spoken language.