data exchange system


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data exchange system

[′dad·ə iks¦chānj ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A combination of hardware and software designed to accept data from various sources, sort the data according to its destination and priority, carry out any necessary code conversions, and transmit the data to its destination.
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The customs agencies of the Philippines and China agreed to set up a data exchange system to facilitate the timely sharing of trade information and aid the two nations in their respective campaigns against smuggling and tax evasion.
The data exchange system became operational with EU support in 2013.
Insurers will try to rush coverage requirement updates out to providers by communicating better with electronic health record and pharmacy data exchange system managers, and by posting the information on websites aimed at providers.
Wei-Qi Yang, Secretary General of CIOTIAA, said, 'The real-world IoT practice will benefit from a standardized and shareable data exchange system.
Initially she selected two corpora from the Child Language Data Exchange System webpage (GUILDES 2015) and then two further corpora were compiled from her own recording of speakers' narratives.
According to the Laguna-based research hub, the move supports plans to set up a global data exchange system, dubbed Global Information System on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.
Tetrus brought experience with the juvenile justice data exchange system and knowledge of how to utilize NIEM standards in the development of an interoperable system.
Owned and governed by five of the largest banks in the US, Early Warning's unique business model facilitates a data exchange system based on collaborative, shared intelligence.
The society does not fully trust the management of public finance, automation systems or data exchange system," he noticed at the plenary session of the Parliament on April 2.
Another topic was functioning of the police data exchange system, which is an important tool in the cooperation between law enforcement agencies.
In addition, it is backed up by the creation of a European electronic data exchange system to facilitate the exchange of information between national administrations.
He notes that serialization of medicines at the unit, case and pallet levels, as well as a standardized data exchange system, will help protect the supply chain against counterfeit drugs by facilitating improved ability to identify nonlegitimate products.

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