Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rekey.

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Examples

  • Apply open standards, open source – avoid huge interoperability issues (highlighted by the US NIST report) that prevent us re-using information, necessitating rekeying, etc

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  • When the capacity of storage media increased, PG digitized larger books, including Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and the Bible; and with the development of affordable optical character recognition (* OCR) technology by the mid-1990s, PG could rely on a speedier processing method, which eventually had nearly the same accuracy as rekeying.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • The new rekeying process is much simpler, as you'll see in the video right with Bob Markovich, editor of the Consumer Reports Home franchise.

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  • When the capacity of storage media increased, PG digitized larger books, including Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and the Bible; and with the development of affordable optical character recognition *OCR technology by the mid-1990s, PG could rely on a speedier processing method, which eventually had nearly the same accuracy as rekeying.

    The Electronic Book: An Excerpt from The Oxford Companion to the Book « ResourceShelf

  • The new rekeying process is much simpler, as you'll see in the video (right) with Bob Markovich, editor of the Consumer Reports Home franchise.

    2010 International Builders' Show Product Preview: Schlage SecureKey

  • When the capacity of storage media increased, PG digitized larger books, including Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and the Bible; and with the development of affordable optical character recognition (* OCR) technology by the mid-1990s, PG could rely on a speedier processing method, which eventually had nearly the same accuracy as rekeying.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • Within ten years, books were being produced on desktop machines, and innovators in book production had harnessed the power of these small computers to produce books inexpensively from electronic MSS or by simple rekeying, using word-processing software — the era of * desktop publishing had begun.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • Within ten years, books were being produced on desktop machines, and innovators in book production had harnessed the power of these small computers to produce books inexpensively from electronic MSS or by simple rekeying, using word-processing software — the era of * desktop publishing had begun.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • When the capacity of storage media increased, PG digitized larger books, including Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and the Bible; and with the development of affordable optical character recognition (* OCR) technology by the mid-1990s, PG could rely on a speedier processing method, which eventually had nearly the same accuracy as rekeying.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • Within ten years, books were being produced on desktop machines, and innovators in book production had harnessed the power of these small computers to produce books inexpensively from electronic MSS or by simple rekeying, using word-processing software — the era of * desktop publishing had begun.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

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