A shortcoming of a program or algorithm that manifests itself only when a large problem is being run on a powerful machine such as a Cray. Generally more subtle than bugs that can be detected in smaller problems running on a workstation or minicomputer.
[krey-oh-luh] /kreɪˈoʊ lə/ Trademark. 1. a brand of wax crayon, usually sold in assortments of bright colors. /kray-oh’l*/ A super-minicomputer or super-microcomputer that provides some reasonable percentage of supercomputer performance for an unreasonably low price. A crayola might also be a killer micro. [Jargon File] (1994-10-13)
- Crayola books
publication A humorous and/or disparaging term for the rainbow series of National Computer Security Center (NCSC) computer security standards. See also Orange Book. [Jargon File] (1996-12-03)
[krey-on, -uh n] /ˈkreɪ ɒn, -ən/ noun 1. a pointed stick or pencil of colored clay, chalk, wax, etc., used for drawing or coloring. 2. a drawing in crayons. verb (used with object) 3. to draw or color with a crayon or crayons. verb (used without object) 4. to make a drawing with crayons. /ˈkreɪən; […]
noun (Irish) 1. the craythur (ˈkreːθər) a variant of cratur (sense 1) 2. (ˈkreːtʃər) a variant of cratur (sense 2)