Software engine In computer science, a software engine refers to the core of a computer program. Software engines drive the functionality of the program, and are distinct from peripheral aspects of the program, such as look and feel. Elucidation[edit] The term most frequently shows up in marketing material that need to describe software internals, as well as in product names.[1][2][3] Distinct definitions have however become established in certain fields, such as 3D rendering engines or game engines. Many of these engines have in common that they describe an input/output system where the output is of a different order than the input, such as the conversion of HTML to a rendered page. Software engine
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