match processing

match processing

[′mach ′prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The checking of two or more units of data for common characteristics.
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Acknowledging the importance of timely detection and shorter engagement times for improved safety, security, and convenience, NEC has increased the speed of match processing in data bases to up to 3.
The CFI/ORF grant provides resources for the researchers to match processing standards set by those industries.
For instance, all records in an unprocessed file of OCLC subscription records will contain OCLC control numbers; this may not be the case if records from OCLC are loaded to a local automated library system and later downloaded for match processing.
An observer can more readily assess the quality of match processing in matching and combination projects than in applications such as record upgrades or enhancements.
While both can contribute to the evaluation of match processing techniques and service, neither experience nor the hands-on inspection of processing output are definitive.
Requirements also include the ability to enroll 10 million images in 60 days, perform automated face match processing and return an investigative search request within six seconds.
Cancelled/invalid ISBNss are rarely accessed in match processing.
Unlike match processing based on ISBNs, the presence of non-matching ISSNs--ISSN conflict--in a pair of records should prevent a match being registered.
This option is rarely exercised in match processing.
In this release, the INTEGRITY match processing has been extended to encompass many of the phonetic variations in different European languages - for enhanced matching on data sets that cross borders and locales.
Blue Wave PCI DSP cards are employed to match processing performance to the different product configurations.
The value of Epson's open-architecture POS solutions lie in the retailer's ability to mix and match processing and printing capabilities to create the best system for their business needs," said Bud Weist, director of marketing, Epson.