Resource (disambiguation)

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A resource is a source or supply from which benefit is produced, typically of limited availability.

Resource may also refer to:

Computing[edit]

In computing, resource is used in two main senses.

Something used in computation, of limited availability.

  • System resource (practical), physical or virtual entities of limited availability (e.g., memory, processing capacity, and network speed), includi
  • Computational resource (abstract), resource used for solving a computational problem (e.g., computation time, memory space)

Data with some identity, abstracting from a file and a filename, particularly data external to an executable file.