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transcriber

[tranz′krī·bər]
(computer science)
The equipment used to convert information from one form to another, as for converting computer input data to the medium and language used by the computer.
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Probably the greatest limitation was that the terms transcriber and braillist were not defined when the participants were asked to identify their roles.
If a braille transcriber incorrectly uses the dd contraction at the end of a word, such as Todd, the braille version would then be read as To.
Although some artificial intelligence researchers believed automated natural language translation, such as from Russian to English, was just another grant and a few years away, individuals who were familiar with the intricacies of literary braille knew that its code was written with human transcribers in mind, and understood that teaching a computer to anticipate and apply correctly the many rules referring to the sound or meaning of the text to be transcribed would be challenging to say the least.
More materials are becoming available and state materials centers have been busy preparing their transcribers to produce instructional materials and assessments in UEB.
When persons with hearing disabilities participate in a meeting, using a transcriber or other method to transmit the information has made it difficult for the person to grasp the content of discussions in real time, resulting in the problem of lost opportunities to speak at appropriate times.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Volunteer counselor at Camp Sunshine, Grades 11 and 12; piano, Grades 9-12; junior varsity softball, Grades 9 and 10; varsity softball, Grades 11 and 12; Bromfield's literary magazine The Review, co-editor, Grade 12; Harvard Historical Society transcriber, Grade 12; peer tutor in math, Grades 11 and 12; a cappella, grade 12; Academic Integrity Board, Grades 9-12.
Kregor's overriding thesis, as stated in the introduction, is that "Liszt had made the transcriber visible," giving him new roles as "composer, amanuensis, critic, propagandist, historian, [and] trendsetter" (p.
TRANSCRIBER Joseph Cannon DOOMED The majestic Titanic was called 'unsinkable' POIGNANT The original transcript of the Titanic's increasingly desperate rescue pleas
And somebody else had to be a transcriber for the Saudi government vis-a-vis Israel, which is why we have Richard Cohen?