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checkout

[′chek‚au̇t]
(computer science)
A collection of routines that are built into a compiler to test and debug programs.
(engineering)
A sequence of actions to test or examine a thing as to its readiness for incorporation into a new phase of use or as to the performance of its intended function.
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Visa Checkout enables millions of consumers to pay in just a few clicks on any device around the web with some of the worlds top merchants.
NEW YORK--Discussion and analysis of the front end often focuses on supermarkets, with their separately configured checkout lanes typically differentiated as regular, express or self-scan lanes.
Information technology company IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced on Tuesday (6 December) its next generation of IBM self checkout solutions.
More than 3500 checkouts were surveyed by parents in more than 300 stores.
Their comments suggest that many stores have cut back on regular checkout help before enough shoppers were sold on the idea of waiting in line for self-check terminals.
As a customer-facing technology, self-checkouts experience much more wear and tear than traditional checkouts.
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has enhanced its scan-avoidance detection technology with the Self-Checkout Accelerator.