Definition of Analogue computer

1. Noun. A computer that represents information by variable quantities (e.g., positions or voltages).




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Literary usage of Analogue computer

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1. A New Dimension of Time by Marc van der Erve (2007)
"In 1974, I completed my studies in physics having specialized in the simulation of non-linear phenomena on an analogue computer. Both by chance and choice, ..."

2. Technology and Productivity: The Challenge for Economic Policy by OECD Staff (1991)
"1930 - analogue computer - Bush-Hazen 1937 - Concept of computability - Turing 1938 - Electronic computer prototype - Atanasoff 1939 - Electromechanical ..."

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