file identification

file identification

[¦fīl ī‚dent·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(computer science)
A device, such as a label or tag, used to identify, describe, or name a physical medium, such as a reel of digital magnetic tape or a box of punched cards, which contains data.
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The file identification within RAR archives has been additionally enhanced by using BLAKE2sp hash as a file checksum.
The system incorporates a range of open source tools to undertake processing, including media imaging, file identification and metadata extraction.
In parallel, the Council trying to agree on a draft Protocol to the Convention, which would set up a Customs File Identification Database (FIDE).
RFID technology enhanced the functionality of the software by automating file identification for circulation, allowing automated checkout and inventory as well as enhancing security.
The DCN identifies the electronic file identification number assigned by the IRS, as well as a serial number assigned by the software.
Each DRG file has its own descriptive file that provides information including file identification, data sources and dates, scanning specifications, and georeferencing information.
The file identification within RAR archive has been enhanced by using BLAKE2sp hash as a file checksum.
Germany, France and the United Kingdom jointly proposed the customs file identification database (FIDE) in November 2001 in the form of a draft Protocol to the 1995 Customs Information System (CIS) Convention (see European Report 2638, section IV for details).