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collate

[′kä‚lāt]
(computer science)
To combine two or more similarly ordered sets of values into one set that may or may not have the same order as the original sets.
(graphic arts)
To assemble in proper sequence all the sheets, signatures, or insertions for a printed piece.
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Any individual page can be edited with the bundled Collate Page Editor which allows them to both add text and do image based corrections such as erase image artifacts or color correction to any page in the document.
In this article we describe our collaboration concept and the resulting system design decisions, illustrating by some concrete examples how the current real-life users interact with the COLLATE system and their distributed collaboration team.
While these software programs produce data, it is difficult to integrate, collate and analyze the data on an enterprise-wide basis.
The program connects to your Internet service provider's Usenet news server and then automatically collates a series of 'newsgroups' which contain various pictures.
HITS, an electronic investigation system, stores, collates, and analyzes characteristics of all murders and sexual offenses in Washington State.
He said: 'We have about four issues that we want the court to determine for us, the first one is that there was court ruling based on the case filed by my opponent that the collation of result should be at the senatorial headquarters, unfortunately for them they went to a different venue which was the state capital, Lokoja to collate the result, which is contrary to the provisions of the electoral law and the constitution.
Ebbw Vale-based Scan & Collate of Ebbw Vale have received secondround funding of PS75,000 from Tata subsidiary UK Steel Enterprise, the cornerstone of a PS200,000 investment package.
At the meeting, the external affairs ministry wants to collate all information regarding Pakistan's role in spreading rumours through social networking sites so that it may presented in a dossier to Pakistan during the minister's visit.
For the next three days, Chandler's staff will determine the shows and SPs based on their own trade on today's showcase Flat fixture, Saturday's meetings at Ascot and York, and Sunday's at Goodwood, where Amrac is contracted to collate the on-course shows.
And - at an average pounds 65.18 for officials to collate answers - he had already cost the taxpayer pounds 16,751.26.
Nor did he methodically collate his sources, but resorted to them severally or all together on different passages (see 127).
Denver-based AccTrak21's CRM module is designed to provide users with the tools to effectively collate, share and analyze vital customer information.