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registration mark

[‚rej·ə′strā·shən ‚märk]
(computer science)
In character recognition, a preprinted indication of the relative position and direction of various elements of the source document to be recognized.
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This controller also incorporates the I/O required for the various sensing and actuation functions associated with the process, such as registration mark detection and zip position sensor.
Darryl Flanagan, 36, shamed the force and his dad after being caught with FAKE car registration marks earlier this month.
But, last night, High Profile said registration marks should only be displayed within the law.
The offence of failing to fix a registration mark, for example motorists who alter spaces on their registration plates, also now results in a pounds 60 fixed penalty.
In addition to this, the registration mark may be withdrawn by the DVLA and a vehicle may fail its MoT.
It is an offence contrary to the Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 to drive a mechanically propelled vehicle on a public road on which the registration plate "contained reflex-reflecting material" or the registration plate had been "treated in such a way that the characters of the registration mark became retroflective characters" or "had been treated in such a way that the making of a true photographic image of the plate through the medium of a camera and film or other device would be prevented or impaired".
DVLA vehicle policy group manager Lynette Rose said: "We missed the significance of this registration mark.
Unlike other auction sites that sell them the Streetly company manages the transfer of the registration mark, completing all of the paperwork and even providing the acrylic plates.
Mark-eye, newly introduced, is a pulse-modulated photoelectric registration mark sensor.
There are three parts to the registration mark, each with a separate meaning.
The boat in the huge picture wreath bore the number AH 190 - registration mark of the Arbroath trawler Westhaven.
Cloning is the practice of using the identity of an existing vehicle for a stolen one so that there are two vehicles with the same registration mark.