Computerized

  • (adj): Stored, processed, analyzed, or generated by computer.
    Synonyms: computerised

Some articles on computerized:

American Printing House For The Blind - Campus
... Efforts to improve Braille production resulted in the first computerized Braille translation in 1964 ... By 1987, all but a fraction of Braille production was completely computerized ... A computerized database for accessible textbooks was introduced in 1988 and was expanded to include materials in all accessible media ...
Computerized Classification Test
... A computerized classification test (CCT) refers to, as its name would suggest, a test that is administered by computer for the purpose of classifying ... to tests that are interactively administered or of variable-length, similar to computerized adaptive testing (CAT) ...
Trinity Health (Novi, Michigan) - Health Information Technology
... Trinity Health's physicians and nurses use computerized clinical tools to automate processes, including Health records are stored electronically, and available wherever there is computer access ... Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) tests and treatments are entered directly into a secure system from where they can be accessed instantly. 22 community hospitals within Trinity Health's integrated health delivery network had computerized clinical and revenue-management applications ...
Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment - Computerized Versus Traditional Tests
... are some discussion on the effectiveness of computerized tests ... The detriment in using computerized versions are discussed in a article ... Computerized have the following main benefits ...
Geoffrey Frank Grant - Tennis
... a researcher at the Salk Institute he designed, developed, and built a computerized electronic line judge computer ... first successful public demonstration of a computerized line-calling device at a professional tennis tournament ... The computerized device not only made decisions as to whether the ball landed within the boundaries of the playing zones but also made foot fault and service net-cord decisions ...