Meaning Workstation
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A graphical user interface (GUI) computer with computing power somewhere between a personal computer and a minicomputer (although sometimes the distinction is rather fuzzy). Workstations are useful fo [..]
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Relationships See:  computer
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also work-station, 1950, from work (n.) + station (n.). Computer sense is from 1972.
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A configuration of input/output equipment at which an operator works. A terminal or microcomputer, usually one that is connected to a mainframe or a network, at which a user can perform applications. [..]
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A general purpose computer that is small enough and inexpensive enough to reside at a persons work area for his or her exclusive use. It includes microcomputers such as Macintosh, and PCs running DOS, [..]
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Any terminal or personal computer.
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Definition A Workstation is used to denote a computer that is used in an office setting rather than a home setting or the actual area in which it is used.
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Jensens Internet Dictionary A networked personal computing device with more power than a traditional PC or Mac, although the term "workstation" is now used somewhat loosely to describe any site performing complex tasks such as an Amiga video workstation, a Mac AV workstation, a CD-ROM recording workstation, a videodisc recording workstati [..]
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Definition noun
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(1) A type of computer used for engineering applications (CAD/CAM), desktop publishing, software development, and other types of applications that require a moderate amount of computing power and rela [..]
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An area within a workplace equipped with a personal computer and high-resolution monitor for accomplishing tasks that require the use of information in digital format (especially graphics), usually fu [..]
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A networked personal computing device with more power than a standard IBM PC or Macintosh. Typically, a workstation has an operating system such as UNIX that is capable of running several tasks at the same time. It has several megabytes of memory and a large high-resolution display.
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This term generally refers to a disk-based audio recording and editing system.
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A term that is rather loosely used these days. Most people use it in the context of any computer that forms part of a Network. Formerly, this term was applied to a particular type of powerful computer [..]
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A high-end, specialized computer system intended for use by engineers or imaging professionals.
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1) A device, often a microcomputer, that serves as an interface between a user and a file server or host computer. 2) More generally, a computer or a computer terminal.
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1) In a computing environment the term "workstation" has historically referred to a particular class of machine: specifically, a very powerful computer with a 32 bit microprocessor, usually [..]
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The term "workstation" is used to describe many different things. The broadest definition of workstation is the entire area accessed by a worker when performing a specific task o [..]
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Depending upon whom you ask, a workstation is either an industrial strength desktop computer or its own category above the desktops. Workstations typically have some flavor of UNIX for their OS, but t [..]
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One of the computers connected to a local network that uses the services and resources in the network. A workstation does not normally provide services to other machines in the network in the same way [..]
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Computer, usually a personal computer (PC), that sits on a user's desk. End users' workstations must conform to a certain configuration if they are to perform certain functions, such as data [..]
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(n) a desktop digital computer that is conventionally considered to be more powerful than a microcomputer
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a powerful and expensive desktop computer used for professional design work or other demanding tasks. Most workstations have RISC processors. Leading vendors include Sun, SGI, and Hewlett-Packard. Wor [..]
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A high-end, specialized computer system intended for use by engineers or imaging professionals.
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A workstation (WS) is a computer dedicated to a user or group of users engaged in business or professional work. It includes one or more high resolution displays and a faster processor than a personal [..]
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Computer containing a graphical user interface and intended for home, office and/or client-side use.
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A desktop computer which has sufficient capabilities to run as a standalone
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See KVM workstation
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A device that controls a variety of functions, designed to be operated by one person.
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A workstation is a special computer designed for technical or scientific applications. Intended primarily to be used by one person at a time, they are commonly connected to a local area network and ru [..]
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A workstation is a special computer designed for technical or scientific applications. Intended primarily to be used by one person at a time, they are commonly connected to a local area network and ru [..]
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A general-purpose computer designed to be used by one person at a time and which offers higher performance than normally found in a personal computer, especially with respect to graphics, processing p [..]
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