direct recording

direct recording

[də′rekt ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
Recording in which a record is produced immediately, without subsequent processing, in response to received signals.
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Feeling that reality could better be conveyed through created situations than through the direct recording of actual events, they employed a synthesis of documentary and studio techniques, merging actual situations with a scripted story line.
On July 23, 1992, New York City Mayor Dinkins announced that seven thousand Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting machines would be purchased from Sequoia Pacific, pending the outcome of public hearings.
Smartmatic showcased its latest direct recording electronic voting machines, which use a touch screen to eliminate the need for paper ballots and lessen the possibility of read errors.
"They presented the VCM (vote counting machine), with some functionalities which were not used in the 2016 and 2019 elections; a DRE (direct recording electronic) voting solution; and an internet voting solution," Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez said in an interview.
Senate and House intelligence committees and many security experts, have urged states to replace Direct Recording Electronic voting machines (DREs) used in most Pennsylvania counties.
Direct recording electronic (DRE) or touch-screen voting has been deemed too expensive.
Arrow IIprovides a DMR option for direct recording in NLE file formats.
The Virginia department of elections issued a (http://www.elections.virginia.gov/Files/Media/Agendas/2017/20170908BWP.pdf) recommendation to de-certify all direct recording electronic i.e.
By replacing the role of the Proto-Zambezi as primary record-keeper, the eroding Zambezi took over direct recording of its own evolution; preserved as great lenses of sediment in submarine vaults, the Zambezi delta documents sources and times of transport from eroding catchment to marine terminus.
The poll body further explained that the voter's receipt is required only in a direct recording electronic election system in which the voters input their votes on the machine's monitor without having to shade a paper ballot.
A specific synapse in the hippocampus, the mossy fiber synapse on CA3 pyramidal neurons, which is accessible to direct recording using the patch-clamp method and shows a high degree of plasticity, was the focus in this research.
The major advantage of paper-based system is that "the ballot is physically represented by a piece of paper." A Direct Recording Electronic System (DRE) is actually a computer based system.

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