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technology

the application of scientific principles and know-how in the development and operation of industrial processes, systems and products. See AUTOMATION, NUMERICAL CONTROL, ROBOT, COMPUTER, PRODUCTION LINE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING, NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

technology

the application of scientific and technical knowledge in order to improve products and production processes. See TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSIVENESS, PRODUCTIVITY.
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None of what we've talked about acknowledges that information technology now gets pushed from the users, the CFO and the CIO.
Philips worked with Seagate Technology to reduce development costs and speed the product to market.
The recent shift in emphasis by state vocational rehabilitation agencies toward serving people with more severe disabilities has created a tremendous need for technology service providers.
For infants and young children who have disabilities, the availability of needed assistive technology can often enable the child to overcome obstacles that might otherwise be encountered during the child's interactions with the environment (Behrmann & Lahm, 1983; Fewell, 1983; Langley, 1983).
Byte Night proceeds will benefit the Arizona Technology Council and NPower Arizona, two organizations dedicated to strengthening Arizona's economy by building its technology community and ensuring all nonprofits use technology to better serve their communities.
In pursuing a technology solution, there is often a good chance some aspect of R & D has been done by U.
Teachers' angst, anxiety, or ambivalence regarding technology integration are related to having to learn and teach technology simultaneously, revealing their incompetence to students, compromising their control, respectability and authority by students knowing that they are not proficient in the use of a computer function.
One method for doing this is called customer-focused technology planning (CFTP), described in detail by Jay A.
It also identified the needed areas of technology development and policy that, when addressed, will move the economics of this technology from interesting to exciting.
Examples of external technology include nearly all the skills and tools applied to a patient.
It's happening faster and better than I would have hoped," says Patrick Plant, director of technology.
Very soon, it will not matter where professionals are physically located; if they have the technology, they will be able to put together a tremendously talented virtual team.

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