programmabilities

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programmabilities

  1. (computing) plural form of programmability, commonly used to describe a plurality of programmable capacity or such potential capacity.
    • 2002, Trieu, H.-K.; Kordas, N.; Mokwa, W., [1]:
      Fully CMOS compatible capacitive differential pressure sensors with on-chip programmabilities and temperature compensation.
    • 1995, M. Zafar A. Munshi, Handbook of Solid State Batteries & Capacitors[2], ISBN 9810217943, page 181:
      Almost all of the cardiac pacemakers available today have multiple programmabilities that should be considered during the longevity prediction.

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