COLLATE


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COLLATEComputational Linguistics and Language Technology for Real-Life Applications
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Collate ideas to improve people's health and wellbeing.
Our schools guide takes a council-by-council look at secondary schools using a range of measures to collate results
While the expert group was set up to collate caste count, the government blamed the states for not being able to complete the consolidation of different categories.
For example, explains Eileen Clancy, a founding member of I-Witness, if the internal clocks on digital cameras are set correctly, it becomes much easier to later collate images from multiple cameras to provide a synoptic view of an event.
NZNO is to collate evidence that some district health boards (DHBs) are not actively replacing enrolled nurses (ENs) when they leave.
And the extremes to which automakers will go to categorize and collate the buying public is frightening--and self-delusional.
Jetsoft Development Company, Cincinnati, has unveiled Collate 1.0., a product designed to give users for the first time a way to easily manage multiple page file formats.
After folding, the sheets are sent to the binder to collate, staple and trim, turning the magazine into a finished product.
'By using this equipment we can collate this information and share it with others at the touch of a button.'
"It can literally take hours or days to organize, compile, print, collate and distribute report books across an organization, and to do so in a security-enhanced environment," said Chris Scherpenseel, president of FRx Software.
This approach removes many of the hurdles faced by other condition monitoring hardware--local proximity, as opposed to direct access is all that is needed to collate and analyse test results.