communications language

communications language

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz ‚laŋ·gwij]
(communications)
A language structure complete with conventions, syntax, and character set, used primarily for conveying knowledge of processes between two participants.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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'In this time of crisis, it is strategically wise for us to expand our communications language from national to regional in order to avoid marginalizing those who are most affected by the declaration of martial law,' PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar said on Sunday.
One global communications language that would allow for increased information capture, faster POS throughput, effective category management, effective traceability, fresher product, and shrink reduction.
Altogether, an estimated 30,000 Native people in this province use French as their general communications language, as opposed to English.
-- Utilizing one global communications language for the entire supply chain will solve the industry's current inability to identify, mark, manage, and track fresh food products across the food supply chain and at point-of-sale, according to findings revealed in a white paper from a coalition of associations from the fresh food and retail sectors.
The development of standardised general agent communications languages has been the focus of considerable effort in computer science; see Labrou et al.

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