Key - Computing


  • Computer keyboard keys
  • KeY, a software verification tool
  • Unique key, a set of fields that uniquely identify any record in a database or registry
  • Superkey, a similar concept or idea
  • Candidate key, a minimal superkey
  • Keychain (Mac OS), the Apple-created utility for the Macintosh that stores passwords
  • Key, which make up the key-value pairs of a hash table
  • .key, file extension used by Keynote

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Computing Ordinary Derivatives Using Logarithmic Derivatives
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Human-centered Computing
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The Reversibility of Physics and Reversible Computing
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Dvorak Awards
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