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machine-readable

[mə′shēn ′rēd·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
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The patents concern "the management of risk relating to specified, yet unknown, future events." (127) More particularly the patent went to "a computerized trading platform used for conducting financial transactions in which a third party settles obligations between a first and a second party so as to eliminate counterparty or settlement risk." (128) The patents claim (1) the method for exchanging obligations (the asserted method claim), (129) (2) a computer system organized for implementing the method for exchanging obligations (the systems claim), (130) and (3) a computer-readable medium containing program code for performing the method for exchanging obligations (the computer-readable medium claim).
The services that are to come--if libraries provide their data in computer-readable formats on the web--are as likely to come from outside the library world as they are from inside.
Wolff tweeted a picture of the alphabet, then--when the demand for a useable version of the font became clear--a quick note asking which of the crowdsourcing platforms would work best to raise a few hundred bucks to turn his drawings into a computer-readable font using the Glyphs app.
(1) Many pathologists use the cancer case summaries from the CCPs as templates for dictation or data entry into a word processing document, (2) but the CCPs are also available in PDF, Microsoft Word (Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington), and computer-readable extensible markup language (XML) (3) formats.
Past solutions of putting traditional manual operations in computer-readable medium formats are failing at the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit levels.
In alignment with the recent Presidential Executive Order on Open Data and the Department of Health and Human Services Health Data Initiative, openFDA will make the FDA's publicly available data accessible in a structured, computer-readable format that will make it possible for technology specialists, such as mobile application creators, web developers, data visualization artists and researchers to quickly search, query, or pull massive amounts of public information instantaneously and directly from FDA data sets on an as needed basis.
Department of Health and Human Services' Health Data Initiative, openFDA will make the FDA's publicly available data accessible in a structured, computer-readable format that will make it possible for technology specialists, such as mobile application creators, web developers, data visualization artists and researchers, to quickly search, query, or pull massive amounts of public information instantaneously and directly from FDA data-sets on an as-needed basis.
It is a computer-readable language similar in some ways to the HypetText Markup Language, or HTML, which underlies the websites on which we rely daily.
Alice's patents claimed methods of verification (method claims), software on computer-readable media instructing computers to perform the verification (computer-readable media claims), and computer systems configured to perform the verification (system claims).
Work for the 2015 Handbook will need to start in November 2013, and as all data is submitted in computer-readable form, the job could be done by someone without significant mathematical skills.
The GRI and CDP frameworks have underlying XBRL "taxonomies" (i.e., agreed-upon, standard definitions of terms) associated with them to help companies create digital, computer-readable sustainability and environmental reports that investors, analysts, regulators, and other stakeholders can easily consume.
However, transcription has historically been tarred with the reputation that human abstractors are needed to transform the data into computer-readable codes to support secondary uses such as analytics, reporting, decision support, billing, and research and quality initiatives.

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