Definitions for "Replicator"
Keywords:  symbiotic, halves, fork, bomb, worm
A device or system that is capable of building copies of itself, providing the appropriate materials are available.
any system that can build copies of itself when provided with the appropriate raw materials and energy.
Any program, such as a worm, a fork bomb, or virus, that acts to produce copies of itself. It is even claimed by some that UNIX and C are the symbiotic halves of an extremely successful replicator.
Replicator is a set of scripts to automate the duplication of a model computer running GNU Linux , with some provisions to take into account differences in hardware and in software configuration.
Replicator is a set of scripts to automate the duplication of a Debian GNU/Linux installation from one computer to another. Replicator makes an effort to take into account differences in hardware and in software configuration .
SF - A device that exactly duplicates an inanimate object from information input or a databank.
a nice little machine that can sell you useful stuff in exchange for nanites
In the fictional Star Trek universe, a replicator is a machine capable of creating (and destroying) arbitrary objects on demand. Replicators are typically used (on-screen) to near instantaneously synthesise meals on demand but it is implied in dialogue that they also have industrial applications.
In the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, the Replicators are a race of self-replicating machines, and arguably one of the most advanced races in the Stargate universe.
Keywords:  bolig, conan, adrian, oakland, chris
Replicator is a noise rock band from Oakland, California, featuring Conan Neutron (electric guitar/vocals/tape deck operation), Ben Adrian (bass guitar/vocals/keyboard) and Chris Bolig (drums).
a device that uses transporter technology to dematerialise a quantity of matter, then to rematerialize it in another form, to produce construction materials, small whole objects and, often, food
Generally, a replicative entity. A social replicator.
an entity that passes on its structure directly in replication
Keywords:  molecule, produce
a molecule that can produce itself