Input Data

  • (noun): (computer science) a computer file that contains data that serve as input to a device or program.
    Synonyms: input file

Some articles on input, data, input data:

Triconex - System - Operating Theory
... The Tricon is designed with a fully triplicated architecture throughout, from the input modules through the Main Processors to the output modules ... Each leg on the input modules reads the process data and passes that information to its respective Main Processor ... The Tricon votes digital input data, compares output data, and sends copies of analog input data to each Main Processor ...
Salt Mod - Principles - Salt Balances
... Some concentrations must be given as input data, like the initial salt concentrations of the water in the different soil reservoirs, of the irrigation water and of the incoming ground water in the ... mixing efficiencies to be given with the input data ... of different leaching efficiencies can be simulated by varying their input value ...
Self-organizing Map - Learning Algorithm - Variables
... current iteration is the iteration limit is the index of the target input data vector in the input data set is a target input data vector is the index of the node in the map ...
Transims - Methodology - Input Data
... traffic analysis tools into a fairly simple tabular format to be input into TRANSIMS ... There are challenges for network data ... However, many details that are not typically provided by common data sources are needed, such as traffic signals, turn lanes, etc ...

Famous quotes containing the words data and/or input:

    This city is neither a jungle nor the moon.... In long shot: a cosmic smudge, a conglomerate of bleeding energies. Close up, it is a fairly legible printed circuit, a transistorized labyrinth of beastly tracks, a data bank for asthmatic voice-prints.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    Celebrity is a mask that eats into the face. As soon as one is aware of being “somebody,” to be watched and listened to with extra interest, input ceases, and the performer goes blind and deaf in his overanimation. One can either see or be seen.
    John Updike (b. 1932)