input

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

Input

The service or product a supplier provides to a process. Inputs to one process are the outputs from preceding processes.

Input

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

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

Same as I/P.
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Input

Data entering a device from the environment. A signal being monitored by a data acquisition system.
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input

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

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

Data received by a device or by the CPU.
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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 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

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

verb enter (data or a program) into a computer
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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

(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

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

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

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

radiometric or photometric quantity that a detector of optical radiation is being used to measure or detect
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