Definition of Programmability

1. Noun. The abstract capability of being programmable. ¹

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Definition of Programmability

1. [n -TIES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Programmability

program guides
program library
program line
program music
program slicer
program trading
programing language
programmable logic array
programmable logic arrays
programmable logic controller
programmable logic controllers
programmable read-only memory
programmable read only memory
programme music
programmed cell death

Literary usage of Programmability

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

1. Deconstructing the Computer: Report of a Symposium by Dale Weldeau Jorgenson, Charles W. Wessner (2005)
"The phase marked by programmability started off with a very low-level language; on the order of an assembly language, it was both primitive and tedious. ..."

2. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"A related problem is the lack of programmability of current models. Even if experimental verification of Turing-complete biomolecular computing can be ..."

3. Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting by Richard F. Celeste, Dick Thornburgh, Herbert Lin (2006)
"Programmability means that there are many more options for presenting ballots ... Programmability also enables more rapid prototyping and testing and easier ..."

4. Practical Hearing Aid Selection And Fittingby Henry Tobin by Henry Tobin (1997)
"These are similar in size to traditional hearing aids, but embody important new features, such as programmability, in addition to more advanced signal ..."

5. Expanding Access to Science and Technology: The Role of Information by Ines Wesley-Tanaskovic, Jacques Tocatlian, Kenneth H. Roberts (1994)
"... their computing power, and at the same time provide powerful means of abstraction to promote software programmability, portability, and reusability. ..."

6. Designing Nanostructures at the Interface Between Biomedical and Physical by National Academies (2005)
"... cost-effectiveness, programmability, and the measure of fail-safe assurance. These factors were all given a rating: either easiest to overcome, ..."

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