control total


Also found in: Financial.

control total

[kən′trōl ‚tōd·əl]
(computer science)
The sum of the numbers in a specified record field of a batch of records, determined repetitiously during computer processing so that any discrepancy from the control indicates an error.
References in periodicals archive ?
Pretest Experimental Control Total within (n = 89) (n = 61) SES M SD M SD M Total Protection High SES 3.
The only confusion in the very organized area is with the main player throughout the trip, the Custom Control Total Touch by Cuisinart.
Limitations on moonlighting are strengthened to control total work hours.
This year, because the two series did not differ significantly, the NIPA estimates of wage and salary disbursements were used to develop the annual national control total for 1996.
Public sector spending plans as shown in FSBR [pounds] billion unless elsewhere specified Financial year 1996/97 1997/98 1998/9 1999/2000 Control total 260.
The VPS system is designed to control total expenditure growth and not, as the name might suggest, the volume of services consumed.
Develop tax audit procedures for verifying transactions, on a sample basis, from electronic source documents, through control total reporting to the tax accrual and reporting system and finally to the tax return.
They are designed to encourage patient compliance, maximize benefits and control total medical expense.
Second, IT is under increased pressure to control total cost of ownership while deriving improved business value out of PC purchases.
developer of the industry's highest performing solutions to consolidate and control total network security, today announced a global agreement with Internet Security Systems, Inc.
Cuisinart adds two toasters to its line: the Classic Style four-slice electronic toaster and the Custom Control Total Touch electronic toaster.
Because of their growing market influence, coalitions are uniquely positioned to accelerate the development of "smart" benefit systems that coordinate and control total spending.