Input

Any resource used in production, e.g. land, labour or capital.

input

  1. signal going into an electronic system
  2. any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action

Input

Input is the term denoting either an entrance or changes which are inserted into a system and which activate or modify a process. It is an abstract concept, used in the modeling, system design and system exploitation. It is usually connected with other terms, e.g., input field, input variable, input parameter, input value, input signal, input port...
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input

(from the article `automata theory`) More general automata are designed to respond to changes in external conditions or to other inputs. For example, thermostats, automatic pilots of ... A plethora of devices falls into the category of input peripheral. Typical examples include keyboards, mice, trackballs, pointing sticks, joysticks, .....
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input

(from the article `automation`) The input to the system is the reference value, or set point, for the system output. This represents the desired operating value of the output. Using ...
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input

(from the article `productivity`) Labour input is relatively easy to measure if one is content to count heads of persons engaged in production or, preferably, hours worked. But in ...
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input

(in´poot) something that goes into a system for use in its operation; see also output.
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input

[v] - enter (data or a program) into a computer
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input

noun a component of production; something that goes into the production of output
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Input

[computer science] Input In computer science the general meaning of input is to provide or give something to the computer, in other words the state or act of a computer or a component of computer or relevant device being accepting something from the user or from a device or from a software either automatically or manually is called Input. W...
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Input

[talk show] Input was a Sunday morning talk show that aired on Channel 10 in Philadelphia in the 1960s and 70s. Its focus was on social justice topics. ...
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Input

1. Anything that is used in a production process, including both the services of primary factors and intermediate inputs. 2. Sometimes input refers only to intermediate inputs, as distinct from primary factors.
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Input

1. The connector by which a signal enters an electronic device, or the signal itself. 2. An electronic operating mode in tape recorders, in which the input signal to various tracks are routed directly to their outputs. (WW)
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Input

1) The jack or physical location of where a device receives a signal.
2) The signal being received by a device.
3) The action of receiving a signal by a device.
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Input

A pin on a component that senses a signal but does not attempt to set its level (though probably provides some loading to the signal)
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input

A variable (whether stored within a component or outside) that is read by a component....
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Input

Addition of matter, energy, or information to a system. Also see output.
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Input

An Input relates to a Purchase of goods or services in the running of your business, or in other words is the expenses. Accounting may seem a bit backwards in this respect, since the money going out of your business to pay for a product or service is referred to as an Input!
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Input

Any method by which information is entered into a computer.
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Input

Any type of information that is fed into a computer. Input can come from digital cameras, scanners, keyboards or a number of other devices
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Input

Any type of information that is fed into a computer. Input can come from digital cameras, scanners, keyboards or a number of other devices.
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Input

Anything that is entered into the computer either through peripheral devices like a keyboard, mouse,
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input

Data received by a device or by the CPU.
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input

data supplied to some program, subprogram, OS, machine, system, or abstraction.
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input

qualifies a port or a device through which a signal, an energy, a power or information is received by a device or an equipment, or by extension this signal, energy, power or information, or any associated quantity NOTE - The term 'input' is also used as a noun to designate an input port, an input signal, etc.
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