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machine-readable

[mə′shēn ′rēd·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
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Encoding information in machine-readable symbols like barcodes and other 2D codes are used to track material movements, machine operations, health records and other important assets.
The ambassador said that according to a guideline of The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Machine-readable Passports (MRP) and Machine-readable Visas (MRV) are being issued by Bangladesh government from April, 2010.
MGMA says it estimates that machine-readable patient ID cards can save physician offices and hospitals as much as $1 billion a year by eliminating unnecessary administrative efforts and denied claims.
SmartInk adds a covert, machine-readable signature to a customer's inks and varnishes, allowing them to be definitively authenticated in the field in less than two seconds.
The Bush administration has already warned that citizens of the 27 mostly European countries on the VWP must also have machine-readable passports by June 26 or they could be denied entry into the country.
Dreier's proposal would require that all new Social Security cards be plastic and include an encrypted, machine-readable magnetic strip - much like a credit card - containing the holder's name and citizenship or residency status.
Search engines like Google interpret links to a Web page as objective, peer-endorsed, and machine-readable signs of value.
But it's possible now, Neumann says, to populate scientific papers with embedded, machine-readable phrases that convey the relevance of the work.
And from the end of the month all Irish visitors will be required to have a machine-readable passport.
Under Check 21, banks would be able to stop the flow of paper checks, process them electronically, and create machine-readable substitute checks--paper copies of the front and back of original checks--when a paper check is needed.
Proposed deadline extension for machine-readable passports.
An XBRL Instance Document provides financial information in a machine-readable format.