Definition of Electronic computer

1. Noun. A machine for performing calculations automatically.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electronic Computer

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electronic book
electronic bulletin board
electronic car key
electronic car keys
electronic cell counter
electronic cigarette
electronic cigarettes
electronic circuit
electronic circuits
electronic communication
electronic computer (current term)
electronic converter
electronic counter-countermeasures
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electronic data processing
electronic database
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electronic device
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electronic game
electronic games
electronic image

Literary usage of Electronic computer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Small Arms, Big Impact: The Next Challenge of Disarmament by Michael Renner (1998)
"... US Campaign to Ban Landmines, "Final Declaration for the Brussels Conference on Anti- Personnel Landmines," APC electronic computer conference ..."

2. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"The first electronic computer used for calculations and solving practical problems, was ENIAC (Electronic Numeric Integrator and Calculator). ..."

3. A New Guide to the Collections in the Library of the American Philosophical by J. Stephen Catlett (1987)
"... especially in relation to his work with John von Neumann; there is a 27-page manuscript of the first stored program written for the electronic computer ..."

4. A Bibliography of the Personal Computer: The Books and Periodical Articles by Roy A. Allan (2005)
"The First electronic computer. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan Press, 1989. ... From Dits To Bits: A Personal History ofthe electronic computer. ..."

5. Planetary, Lunar, and Solar Positions, 601 B.C. to A.D. 1 at Five-day and Bryant Tuckerman by Bryant Tuckerman (1990)
"The major elements and framework of these sources were used, with computational procedures adapted to an electronic computer. ..."

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