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digitize

[′dij·ə‚tīz]
(computer science)
To convert an analog measurement of a quantity into a numerical value.

digitize

To convert an image or signal into digital code by scanning, tracing on a graphics tablet or using an analog to digital conversion device. 3D objects can be digitized by a device with a mechanical arm that is moved onto all the corners.
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The new activities form part of Cisco's global 'country digitization acceleration' programme, whereby select countries across the world receive major strategic investment to accelerate existing government goals for driving economic growth through high-tech innovation.
There is no doubt that Digitization is emerging as a positive catalyst for rapid developments, in line with the new generation of platforms, devices and applications.
The digitization of the manuscripts would make the future generations aware about their culture.
And while most digitization projects yield a favorable return on investment, agencies and institutions can benefit from established workflows and examination of costs before undertaking such efforts.
The report enables readers to take strategic decisions by understanding organizations' approaches to digitization, and identifying major challenges faced by organizations in the successful implementation of digitization.
Tewari further re-emphasised commitment from the Government to execute cable TV digitization and protect interests of the consumers as they are the largest stakeholder in digitization exercise.
9 billion through the adoption of smart grids over the next decade, added the region-wide ICT Policy Assessment and Digitization Study conducted by Samena Telecommunications Council, the tri-regional non-profit telecommunications association for South Asia and Mena.
In addition to the use of technology for administrative purposes and scholarly communications, more institutions are developing digitization initiative, and hundreds of libraries, museums, history, and archives have launched projects designed to digitize their collections and place them on the web (University of Illinois Library 2001).
Yet, an increasing number of digitization projects involve rare and unique materials, and scanning is often undertaken by staff who lack experience in the handling of artifacts.
Worldwide, cable operators are investing heavily in the digitization of their networks to compete with satellite and IPTV platforms.
The digitization trend has enabled firms to move away from the flawed concept of one-size-fits-all supply chain design, to the new multiple supply chain design configurations variously called 'tailored' or 'dynamic'.
Sai's rich experience will be very valuable to all in the context of the Indian Digitization and more-so our philosophy of Digital Transition and Digitization is Monetization," said Mr.