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Positioning and navigation is obvious every time we open up a maps app, but timing is also a critical function of GPS — offering our smartphones and devices precision timing to ensure that compute processes are accurately synced.

“If it works right, and if you have enough compute power, then the AI application will give you the right answer in an overwhelming percentage of cases,” says Jockusch, whose business is building “digital twin” software of physical products.

One of the ones that gets me up on a daily basis recently is the developments around edge and edge compute and supporting these applications that are becoming more performance sensitive.

We use the exact same sensors, exact same compute infrastructures, simulation framework, the perception system carries over, very largely, even if we have to retrain some of the models.

There’s an information gap, a talent gap, and a compute gap.

From the dawn of supercomputing to the 2-in-1 PC, this is not so much a history of computers as it is the story of how we compute.

This is hard to compute, considering that their personal wealth is not recent, nor were questions about it unexpected.

The key thing is to be able to compute the exact origin of these signals: position and depth.

The death toll for which Stalin must bear the blame is not easy to compute, but it cannot be less than twenty million.

Terman and his assistant relied on biographical accounts of illustrious individuals to compute the scores.

To tell how long it takes to cross th' Atlantic compute th' elapsed time fr'm boordin' house to boordin' house.

I do not doubt that they easily accomplished the return journey, for we cannot compute the distance they can cover in a day.

Hence we may compute that the shining or burning matter must be above three miles in diameter.

"If we compute in the timing in our blinker system at opposite sides of the orbit, I think we can do it," Arcot said.

When we have ascertained exactly how little will serve we shall be able to compute how long we shall be able to exist.

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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to compute, such as: figure out, gauge, cipher, count, enumerate, and figure.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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