manual input


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manual input

[′man·yə·wəl ′in‚pu̇t]
(computer science)
The entry of data by hand into a device at the time of processing.
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"Navy postal personnel will experience an increased workload due to the manual input of the customs form data into the USCBP database.
Long gone are the days when the number of manual workers or the manual input mattered more than anything else to make a system profitable.
The CSB-System uses manual input via a CSB-Rack station or an EDI delivery notification to collect all data and history of every piece of meat delivered to the company.
To better accommodate unique handling needs, the system can be equipped with a variety of modules and functions including a manual input station and a camera system that reads bar codes on products when they are loaded.
manual input libors again today then!!!!" Both banks' submissions on that same day moved up one basis point, from 0.37 to 0.38.
Although the system requires some manual input for now, in the future the team hopes to allow the robots to perform the entire task of autonomously detecting, spraying and collecting an object themselves.
With the new infrastructure put in place, Byblos Bank will benefit from a unified reporting platform with no data redundancy and manual input, less data reconciliation efforts, better data control, complete view of Bank wide financials and full audit trail from summary balances to individual transactions.
A destination no longer requires manual input from a navigation menu and route assistance begins immediately, on-screen and via audio guidance following a voice command such as "navigate to Piccadilly in London."
New generation' tachographs use satellite technology, which reduces the amount of manual input required (for example, checking in and out of work) and therefore opportunities for fraud.
On average, using speech recognition keeps drivers' eyes on the road 200 percent to 300 percent better than using manual input, Nuance reported in 2009.
TMS's range of AGL photometric testing equipment has been enhanced by the development of the MALMS AGL Cleaner system that can dean inset AGL fittings on the runway automatically, without the need for any manual input. The system is trailer based and is towed along the runway where the light and magnetic sensors detect the operational light fixture and automatically clean both sides of a bi-directional inset light fixture.
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