Readable

Some articles on readable:

Human-readable Knowledge Bases
... Human-readable knowledge bases are designed to enable people to retrieve and use the knowledge they contain ... A human-readable knowledge base can be coupled with a machine-readable one, via uni- or bidirectional replication or some real-time interface ... Computer programs can then use AI techniques on the computer-readable portion of data to provide better search results, check the integrity of facts ...
Wheelbuilding - Other Conventions
... on its barrel, for the label to face (and be readable through) the valve hole ... The rim labels should be readable from the right-hand side (drive side) of the bicycle ... should face in the same direction front and rear (generally so they are readable from the seat), this means that even an undished, symmetrical front ...
Lexia Readable
... Lexia Readable is a geometric sans-serif typeface, loosely based upon Comic Sans ... Lexia Readable font can be downloaded free from K-Type ...
Machine-readable Dictionary
... Machine-readable dictionary (MRD) is a dictionary stored as machine (computer) data instead of being printed on paper ... A machine-readable dictionary is a dictionary in an electronic form that can be loaded in a database and can be queried via application software ... A machine-readable dictionary may have additional capabilities and is therefore sometimes called a smart dictionary ...
Decompiler
... at a relatively low level of abstraction (usually designed to be computer readable rather than human readable) into a form having a higher level of abstraction (usually ...

Famous quotes containing the word readable:

    Anyone, however, who has had dealings with dates knows that they are worse than elusive, they are perverse. Events do not happen at the right time, nor in their proper sequence. That sense of harmony with place and season which is so stong in the historian—if he be a readable historian—is lamentably lacking in history, which takes no pains to verify his most convincing statements.
    Agnes Repplier (1858–1950)

    He has the earnestness of a prophet. In an age of pedantry and dilettantism, he has no grain of these in his composition. There is nowhere else, surely, in recent readable English, or other books, such direct and effectual teaching, reproving, encouraging, stimulating, earnestly, vehemently, almost like Mahomet, like Luther.... His writings are a gospel to the young of this generation; they will hear his manly, brotherly speech with responsive joy, and press forward to older or newer gospels.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)