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NLQ

(Near Letter Quality) The text output of dot matrix printers and some thermal printers, which is not as crisp as that of laser and inkjet printers. See letter quality.
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ServiceNow plans to re-platform FriendlyData's NLQ technology, extending the Now Platform's intelligence capabilities by making NLQ interfaces available across ServiceNow applications for IT, Human Resources, Security Operations, Customer Service Management, partner products and for developers.
The major goal of this component is to identify a syntactic structure of a NLQ and adapt it to a formal semantic representation.