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... Their first

**product**, the Data General Nova, was a 16-bit minicomputer ... The Nova was followed by the Supernova and Eclipse

**product**lines, all of which were used in many applications for the next two decades ... General computers into the OEM's specific

**product**lines ...

... was the most commonly used DG software

**product**and included CLI (Command Line Interpreter) allowing for complex scripting, DUMP/LOAD, and other custom components ... the host language for a number of DG

**products**, making them easier to develop, enhance, and maintain than macro assembler equivalents ... The RPG

**product**(shipped in 1976) incorporated a language runtime system implemented as a virtual machine which executed pre-compiled code as sequences of PLN ...

**Product**- Physics

... of the coordinate system, expressed as the

**product**of a numerical value and a physical unit, not just a number ... The dot

**product**is also a scalar in this sense, given by the formula, independent of the coordinate system ... Examples include Mechanical work is the dot

**product**of force and displacement vectors ...

... This allows us to define the complex

**product**(a+bi)(c+di) = ac + (ad+bc)i + (bd)i2 = (ac − bd) + (ad+bc)i ... The

**product**of any two such values can be computed by taking the

**product**as polynomials, then reducing any powers of r ≥ k as described above, yielding a value in the same form ...

**Product**

... In mathematics, the dot

**product**, or scalar

**product**(or sometimes inner

**product**in the context of Euclidean space), is an algebraic operation that takes two equal-length sequences of ... Algebraically, it is the sum of the

**products**of the corresponding entries of the two sequences of numbers ... Geometrically, it is the

**product**of the magnitudes of the two vectors and the cosine of the angle between them ...

### Famous quotes containing the word product:

“Labor is work that leaves no trace behind it when it is finished, or if it does, as in the case of the tilled field, this *product* of human activity requires still more labor, incessant, tireless labor, to maintain its identity as a “work” of man.”

—Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)

“Junk is the ideal *product* ... the ultimate merchandise. No sales talk necessary. The client will crawl through a sewer and beg to buy.”

—William Burroughs (b. 1914)

“The *product* of the artist has become less important than the fact of the artist. We wish to absorb this person. We wish to devour someone who has experienced the tragic. In our society this person is much more important than anything he might create.”

—David Mamet (b. 1947)