uniterm

uniterm

[′yü·nə‚tərm]
(computer science)
A word, symbol, or number used as a description for retrieval of information from a collection; especially, such a description used in a coordinate indexing system.
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Financial transaction software company Main Street Softworks Inc declared on Monday that it has been awardeds EMV certification for Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover card transactions through its Monetra and UniTerm transaction processing software.
The UniTerm device interface component use a 'software semi-integrated' approach to transparently manage transaction flows between EMV terminal devices and Main Street's Monetra transaction server software, which reportedly eliminates the complexity of EMV integrations.
Imprumutul), UniTerm, (electronic version), Timisoara: Universitatea de Vest 2,1-8.
My favorite critique that Cleverdon repeated a number of times was: "You had no right to be so intelligent with the uniterm system; it is meant to be used by people of low intellect" (Cleverdon, Mills, & Keen, 1966, p.
Uniterms were predecessors of modern techniques in IR.
En 1950 el bibliotecario estadounidense Mortimer Taube definio su teoria de la indizacion coordinada (en realidad poscordinada) que aplico al sistema Uniterm creado por el.
In the CLAIMS Uniterm and Comprehensive databases, IFI assigns controlled terms to index chemical concepts from the full text of U.
Using the software, the searcher can build complete search strategies for the CLAIMS Uniterm and CLAIMS Comprehensive databases without the need to page through several books of terms.
To those of us who have been in the information science field for several decades, the peek-a-boo devices such as Termatrex, Mortimer Taube's Uniterm cards, and discussion of pre- and postcoordinate indexing have given way to the world of browsers, HTML, XML, and numerous other ways of coding text and multimedia.
In addition, all claims information and front-page data for patents are now available in three IFI files: IFI Comprehensive Database (IFICDB), IFI Patent Database (IFIPAT), and IFI Uniterm Database (IFIUDB).
WMB is similar in coverage to IFIPAT but is enhanced by Uniterms, controlled indexing applied by IFI/Plenum to the subject matter of chemical patents.
Word processing is even used to improve the list of uniterms by joining a set of two succeeding words, such as joining "ice cream" to make "ice*cream.