preedit

preedit

[prē′ed·ət]
(computer science)
To edit data before feeding it to a computer.
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But because even customized filters are, after all, just dumb software, we often employ what we call a "preedit" step.
Furthermore, we conclude that the described sensitivity of the trypanosomal in vitro RNA editing system [24] cannot be attributed to the structure of the preedited substrate mRNAs, which suggests that the catalytic machinery that is the editosome might be sensitive to volume exclusion conditions.
(6.) A preedited version of volume 1 of SNA 2008 is available at unstats.un.org/unsd/sna1993/draftingPhaseIVolume1.asp, and a draft version of volume 2 is available at unstats.un.org/unsd/sna1993/draftingPhase!
(115) Les Malheurs actuels preedits par le prophete Isaie et le celebre Fenelon: ou extrait du mandement de M.