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collate

[′kä‚lāt]
(computer science)
To combine two or more similarly ordered sets of values into one set that may or may not have the same order as the original sets.
(graphic arts)
To assemble in proper sequence all the sheets, signatures, or insertions for a printed piece.
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Scan & Collate has an office in Luton to cover the south east of England and plans are afoot for further bases to be opened in coming years, possibly in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Any individual page can be edited with the bundled Collate Page Editor which allows them to both add text and do image based corrections such as erase image artifacts or color correction to any page in the document.
In this article we describe our collaboration concept and the resulting system design decisions, illustrating by some concrete examples how the current real-life users interact with the COLLATE system and their distributed collaboration team.
In short, Poliziano had successfully sought out an exceptional group of manuscripts against which to collate Banco rari 379.
While these software programs produce data, it is difficult to integrate, collate and analyze the data on an enterprise-wide basis.
Further, HITS analysts collate information concerning murder cases to determine factors that may solve a particular homicide.
A series of in-depth qualitative interviews with more than 30 Brand Managers of Fortune 500 companies were conducted, followed by desk research to collate the insights and analyze these issues.
The feeders accept a range of document sizes, orders and textures, and can nest and collate documents before folding them, providing the most logical and 'intuitive' presentation to the customer.
It will allow the JRIC to gather, collate, track, analyze and disseminate intelligence information in real time, including counterterrorism tips and leads.
The statewide multi-jurisdictional terrorism intelligence management system will allow the New Hampshire State Police and partner agencies to gather, collate, track, analyze and disseminate terrorism intelligence information, including counterterrorism tips and leads.
Many force their administrators to manually dig through massive log files to find, collate and extract the data they need.
The Memex system allows law enforcement agencies to gather, collate, track, analyze and disseminate intelligence information, including counterterrorism tips and leads.