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computerize in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomputerizecom‧put‧er‧ize (also computerise British English) /kəmˈpjuːtəraɪz/ verb [transitive]  TDto use a computer to control the way something is done, to store information etc a scheme to computerize the library service a computerized system for compiling the weekly charts of record sales computerized information a computerized databasecomputerization /kəmˌpjuːtəraɪˈzeɪʃən $ -rə-/ noun [uncountable] the computerization of the printing industry→ See Verb table
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computerizeIndexes to families, genera and species - some are now computerized.Why do experts estimate 90 million adults in our computerized age have trouble reading and writing?They've computerized all the church records.I would like to learn more about the whole new world of computerized art, not only for music but for graphics.About 3000 stocks were traded during two computerized auctions.The Ottawa-based maker of computerized communications equipment cashed in on optimistic prospects for the Internet, the global computer network.The computerized equipment seemed to click, hum, and whir: efficiency augmented by an army of experts.A simple computerized library book checkout system has catapulted the number of checked-out books each day to 600.Scientists can now create computerized models of the cosmos.Heat-sensitive photographs taken from satellites, every kind of radar, computerized projections made from the slightest evidence.computerized databaseResearchers compared those estimates with the actual waiting times taken from a computerized database.The notation is basically numerical and non-expressive, the latter aspect being felt to limit the scheme's usefulness in computerized databases.Instances of religious content were entered into a computerized database and categorized.