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  1. ADAS
    IPA[ˈeɪdas]
  2. abbreviation

    • 1. Agricultural Development and Advisory Service, set up in Britain in 1971.

    • noun

      a high-level computer programming language used chiefly in real-time computerized control systems, e.g. for aircraft navigation.
    • noun

      a high-level computer programming language used chiefly in real-time computerized control systems, e.g. for aircraft navigation.
    • Countess of Lovelace (1815–52), English mathematician; full name Augusta Ada King Lovelace. The daughter of Lord Byron, she worked with Charles Babbage on his “analytical engine,” a mechanical computer. The Ada standardized computer language was named for her in 1980.
    • Countess of Lovelace (1815–52), English mathematician; full name Augusta Ada King Lovelace. The daughter of Lord Byron, she became assistant to Charles Babbage and worked with him on his mechanical computer.
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