Definitions for "Columbus "
the state capital of Ohio; located in the center of the state; site of Ohio State University
a city in western Georgia on the Chattahoochee River; industrial center
a city located in Muscogee County, Georgia
Keywords:  brainiac, coluan, ksc, iss, kennedy
In Pre-Crisis continuity, the Columbus was Earth's first manned space craft. Launched in 1958, it was the ship to make first contact with the Coluan known as Brainiac ( Source).
Columbus is a science laboratory designed to be a part of the International Space Station (ISS). It is the biggest single contribution to the ISS made by the European Space Agency (ESA). Columbus was constructed in Europe and then flown to the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida on a large cargo plane.
a mecca for history buffs, campers, hunters, cyclists and vacationers, where endless historic and recreational attractions may be explored and enjoyed
Italian navigator who discovered the New World in the service of Spain while looking for a route to China (1451-1506)
Columbus is a latinized version of the Italian surname Colombo, which means dove. The name was originally given to dove keepers.
a town in eastern Mississippi near the border with Alabama
a town that decided , as a community, to make sure its public buildings exemplify the very best in American architecture
Keywords:  apmd, arp, pings, told, hooked
columbus is useful when you use your machine in different networks . It uses ARP pings to look for known MAC-IP address correspondences, and can do this even when no IP address has been assigned yet. columbus can be hooked up to your network script. It can also be hooked up to your apmd and be told to re-check the network each time the computer wakes up.
Software package for quantum chemical calculations.
COLUMBUS is a computational chemistry software suite for calculating ab initio molecular electronic structures, designed as a collection of individual programs communicating through files. The programs focus on extended multi-reference calculations of atomic and molecular ground and excited states. Besides standard classes of reference wave functions such as CAS and RAS, calculations can be performed with selected configurations.