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Etymology: Gk, architekton, master builder
the basic structure of a computer, including the memory, central processing unit, and input/output devices.


The form and manner in which a computer system and its components interact.

Vox populi
The shape or organisation of a structure or process.


n in medicine and dentistry, usually refers to the framework of a structure or system.
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Indeed, technology investments alone, unguided by architecture and divorced from the larger investment context, show no such favorable return.
These chassis-bound architectures leverage mainframe-era designs to deliver reliability against unplanned downtime events.
The primary objective of the program is to recognize both the database practitioners whose achievements are advancing the boundaries of database size and power as well as the products, platforms and architectures supporting the leading implementations.
Development of the Observing Systems Architecture was assigned to NOAA Satellites and Information Service, the agency that acquires and manages the Nation's operational environmental satellites, provides data and information services, and conducts related research.
Like many architecture scholars who attempt cultural criticism, Ellin ultimately comes across as a hermeneutical wet blanket; her diagnosis of contemporary media culture dismisses everything from Nick at Nite to distressed denim as escapist nostalgic fantasy that contributes to "the virtual eclipse of the public realm.
Jobard argued in the Revue Generale del' Architecture that `The new architecture is architecture in iron.
org[TM], the open collaborative organization that enables, develops and promotes Power Architecture technology, the inaugural conference will present the latest technology innovations, ground-breaking demonstrations, and practical design information.
Ideally, joint architectures need to have buy-in by all the major stakeholders.
Anyone who understands client/server architectures also understands that distributing business logic is nothing new.
The Nitro platform marks the first ever InfiniBand Architecture based server blade design and provides a framework that delivers the full benefits of server blades.
Bill Dally, co-founder, chairman and chief science officer for SPI added, "When we began our research 12 years ago, we quickly realized that traditional architectures were running out of steam.
To protect against unplanned downtime events chassis-bound architectures rely on a complex system of proprietary backplanes, interconnects, and processors.

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