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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Capable of being read by a computer.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Capable of being read by a machine; especially by a computer system

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Readable by a machine

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. suitable for feeding directly into a computer


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  • Washington is home to servers where data and news providers aggregate key economic and corporate information and send it through computer programs to traders in what is called machine-readable news.

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  • The New York-based company disclosed Monday a deal to buy RapiData LLC, a provider of so-called machine-readable news, which will see Nasdaq electronically pump U.S. government indicators and other economic data directly to the automated trading systems of customers.

    Nasdaq Pushes Into Machine-Readable News

  • ISBN (International Standard Book Number) A unique machine-readable identification number, which identifies any book unmistakably. 159 countries and territories are officially ISBN members.

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  • The Semantic Web, paraphrased from a definition by the World Wide Web Consortium W3C, extends hyperlinked Web pages by adding machine-readable metadata about the Web page, including relationships across Web pages, thus allowing machine agents to process the hyperlinks automatically.

    Steve Hamby: Top Three Technologies to Tame the Big Data Beast

  • Extending CC approach beyond the CC license: standard contracts tilting towards sharing in human - and machine-readable form.

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  • Major news providers Dow Jones and Thomson Reuters offer news products that archive and structure news to provide machine-readable feeds for use in trading algorithms.

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  • Electronic trading firms want to defend against "tape bombs"—traders' slang for headlines that have the power to abruptly swing the market higher or lower in a nervous climate, according to Ryan Terpstra , chief executive of Selerity, which supplies machine-readable news.

    Nasdaq Pushes Into Machine-Readable News

  • Such machine-readable news is used by sophisticated trading firms that pull in signals from market prices and other sources to inform rapid-fire buying and selling of securities and derivatives contracts.

    Nasdaq Pushes Into Machine-Readable News

  • Institutional investors also incorporate machine-readable news into longer-range trading strategies and some conventional traders use the services to help manage risk.

    Nasdaq Pushes Into Machine-Readable News

  • They've done that by migrating their data to an open, machine-readable format.

    Alexander Howard: USAID Goes FWD With Open Data and Open Government for Famine Aid


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