[kuh m-pyoo-tuh-rahyz] /kəmˈpyu təˌraɪz/
verb (used with object), computerized, computerizing.
to control, perform, process, or store (a system, operation, or information) by means of or in an electronic or computers.
to equip with or automate by computers:
to computerize a business.
verb (used without object), computerized, computerizing.
to make use of computers:
The entire industry is expected to computerize by the end of the year.
(transitive) to cause (certain operations) to be performed by a computer, esp as a replacement for human labour
(intransitive) to install a computer
(transitive) to control or perform (operations within a system) by means of a computer
(transitive) to process or store (information) by means of or in a computer
noun 1. the process of producing a CAT scan. computerized axial tomography com·put·er·ized axial tomography (kəm-pyōō’tə-rīzd’) n. Abbr. CAT Tomography used in diagnostic studies of internal bodily structures, in which computer analysis of a series of cross-sectional scans made along a single axis of a bodily structure or tissue is used to construct a three-dimensional […]
noun 1. a programming language, as BASIC, COBOL, or FORTRAN, devised for communicating instructions to a computer. noun 1. another term for programming language
noun 1. a body of law arising out of the special conditions relating to the use of computers, as in computer crime or software copyright.
noun 1. basic, nontechnical knowledge about computers and how to use them; familiarity and experience with computers, software, and computer systems.
noun 1. basic, nontechnical knowledge about computers and how to use them; familiarity and experience with computers, software, and computer systems. adjective having the understanding, knowledge, and skill needed to use a computer; familiar with the operations of a computer