turnaround system

turnaround system

[′tərn·ə‚rau̇nd ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
In character recognition, a system in which the input data to be read have previously been printed by the computer with which the reader is associated; an application is invoice billing and the subsequent recording of payments.
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Project # 2: School Turnaround System of Supports and Network Launch
The Vallas Turnaround System is positioned to be the nation's leading resource for comprehensive and affordable school reform that offers superior educational resources at the state, district, or school level," says Vernon Johnson, Ed.
You then proceed up the east coast up to Newcastle where they also have a turnaround system.
TANDBERG Television has provided us with a complete digital video turnaround system which will enable us to offer a high quality television experience to our Business Partners, giving them access to more than 100 TV channels, as well as video on demand services.
The Model OA-808 fast turnaround system can be supplied with the radiant tube burn off oven.
The warehouse will make a difference and enable us to provide a faster turnaround system within our shops.
As Van der Moolen previously announced in its October 16, 2003 press release, the New York Stock Exchange has been conducting an investigation and has indicated its intent to initiate disciplinary proceedings against Van der Moolen's majority-owned subsidiary, Van der Moolen Specialists USA, based on specialist trading activity that is alleged to have disadvantaged customers who entered orders via the NYSE's Designated Order Turnaround System.
As previously disclosed, the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") has been conducting an investigation and has indicated its intent to initiate disciplinary proceedings against LaBranche based on specialist trading activity that is alleged to have disadvantaged customers who entered orders via the NYSE's Designated Order Turnaround System.
Additionally, the NYSE stated that for the three-year period ending December 31, 2002, Van der Moolen disadvantaged customers who entered orders via the NYSE's Designated Order Turnaround System ("DOT") through alleged "interpositioning" resulting in losses to customers of approximately $10 million.
Additionally, the NYSE stated that for the three- year period ended December 31, 2002, Van der Moolen disadvantaged customers who entered orders via the NYSE's Designated Order Turnaround System ("DOT") through alleged "interpositioning" resulting in losses to customers of approximately $10 million.
The Enforcement Division of the NYSE contends that, for the three-year period ended December 31, 2002, VDM-USA may have disadvantaged customers who entered orders via the NYSE's Designated Order Turnaround System ("DOT") through alleged "interpositioning," resulting in losses to customers of approximately $10 million.
Brut participants also have the option of routing orders directly to the floor of the NYSE and AMEX(R) via the Designated Order Turnaround system (DOT).