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- v. Present participle of scan.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the process of translating photographs into a digital form that can be recognized by a computer
- n. the act of systematically moving a finely focused beam of light or electrons over a surface in order to produce an image of it for analysis or transmission
Sorry, no etymologies found.
To analyze that data, officials are doing what one described as scanning the treetops for the most immediate intelligence'' that points to possible imminent threats.
With stories almost every week about a new bot network or browser exploit threatening Western civilisation, the need for not just straightforward virus-checking, but regular spyware and malware scanning, is as great as ever.
In a recent post I mentioned that the written description of Hamlet as fat was a mistake in scanning and that it should have been hot, as was spoken in the performance that I saw.
When you are connected to the Internet, scanning is done from the cloud, not locally.
When you are not connected, the scanning is done through the locally cached definitions.
My book scanning is done without funding or pay of any kind, i am trying to figure out how to get help in the process, has anyone figured out how to get help in the scanning process from the local community?
We preserved the color in scanning this, which makes the file bigger than it ought to be.
And scanning is made even easier by offering a clip from the blog in a pop up window when you scroll over the title.
The idea of fMRI, or “live brain scanning” is seriously well developed now, so much so that A-level students cover the subject at school.
Suppose the scanning is 90 percent accurate, and the normal rate of heart disease is 10 percent, he said.
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