Definition of Computations

1. Noun. (plural of computation) ¹

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Definition of Computations

1. computation [n] - See also: computation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Computations

computation history
computation tree logic
computational biology
computational chemistry
computational design
computational intelligence
computational linguist
computational linguistics
computational model
computational models
computationally secure
computed axial tomography
computed axial tomography scans
computed perimetry
computed radiography
computed tomography
computer-aided design

Literary usage of Computations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Field Geology by Frederic Henry Lahee (1917)
"Application of Computations Explained in the Present Chapter. ... Computations for thickness (353) are applicable to any inclined layers of uniform, ..."

2. The Principles and Practice of Surveying by Charles Blaney Breed, George Leonard Hosmer (1908)
"EARTHWORK Computations. 34g. GENERAL REMARKS. — The ultimate purpose of many surveys is to obtain certain numerical results to represent quantities such as ..."

3. Plane Surveying: A Text-book and Pocket Manual by John Clayton Tracy (1907)
"(2) Computations made for the purpose of obtaining data to be used in laying out work in the field, or for ascertaining desired information concerning the ..."

4. Plane Surveying: A Text-book and Pocket Manual by John Clayton Tracy (1907)
"Computations are of two kinds' (1) Computations required for purposes of plotting, which include such work as Calculation of Bearings (Chapter XXX), ..."

5. River Discharge: Prepared for the Use of Engineers and Students by John Clayton Hoyt, Nathan Clifford Grover (1916)
"The computations of current-meter measurements are usually made to determine: ... The observed data from which these computations are made consist of (a) ..."

6. A Treatise on Concrete, Plain and Reinforced: Materials, Construction, and by Frederick Winslow Taylor, René Feret, William Barnard Fuller, Frank Pape McKibben, Spencer Baird Newberry, Sanford Eleazer Thompson (1909)
"1.67 — 0.37 X 1.97 0-37 X 1-97 Similar computations should be made for all ... For larger changes, all computations should be repeated and a new line of ..."

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