Definition of Occam in English:

Occam

noun

  • [mass noun] A computer programming language devised for use in parallel processing.

    • ‘For example, it's possible to provision voice and DSL services through Occam's BLCs remotely.’
    • ‘The reason you need something like Occam is that for any set of data you can come up with countless theories which explain it.’

Origin

1980s: from the name of William of Occam.

Pronunciation:

Occam

/ˈɒkəm/