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standardize

[′stan·dər‚dīz]
(computer science)
To replace any given floating point representation of a number with its representation in standard form; that is, to adjust the exponent and fixed-point part so that the new fixed-point part lies within a prescribed standard range.
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Alwan PDF Standardizer will be available in January 2009, through both Enfocus and Alwan's distribution channels.
Using IntelliTrax together with Print Standardizer, printers will be able to faithfully reproduce their clients' colors, each time and every time, while minimizing waste and lowering their overall operating expenses.
The majority of active developers are unequivocal customizers, which implies a differentiation strategy, but they then fail into groups of standardizers (exploiting economies of scale and cost advantages) and non-standardizers (exploiting returns on flexible production or service delivery).
Indenture contracts and deeds were still used in some states, and standardizers denounced them as outmoded, tainted instruments designed to deliver children's labor and services to selfish adults who knew nothing about the true meaning of parenthood.
Such cooperative activities among the world's standardizers are a clear path forward to create global standards.
32) Gramsci's connection of the standardizing academic and courtly literatures of the sixteenth century to a-national rather than nationalizing effects brushes against the grain of both the declared intentions of early standardizers and the judgement of historical commentators, who generally present the formation of the canon as a positive step toward a national Italian culture.
Earlier in the conference, Gordon Gaddes, president of CENELEC and president of the British Electro-technical and Allied Manufacturers Association (BEAMA) described another kind of synergism, not between business and test houses, but between certifiers and standardizers.