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arşiv

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

E-postalarımın bir arşivini oluşturdum. - I created an archive of my emails.

belgelik
belgelik arşiv
{i} kayıtlar
arşivlemek
archive, records
{i} arşiv
archive attribute
arşiv niteliği
archive file
arşiv dosyası
archive room
arşiv odası
archive log as
(Bilgisayar) günlüğü farklı arşivle
archiving
depolama
archives
arşiv odası
archives
arşiv

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

Tom arşivlerde günlerce vakit geçirdi ve geceleri makaleler yazdı. - Tom spent days in the archives and wrote articles at night.

archives
arşiv binası
archiving
arşivleme
film archive
filmlik
film archive
film arşivi
on line archive
line arşiv
archives
belgelik
archives
kayıtlar
archives
evraklar
archiving
belgelige koyma
film archive
(Sinema) fılmlik
keep in the archive
arşivde tutmak
put something to archive
arşive kaldırmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A place for storing earlier, and often historical, material. An archive usually contains documents (letters, records, newspapers, etc.) or other types of media kept for historical interest
The material so kept, considered as a whole (compare archives)

His archive of Old High German language texts is the most extensive in Britain.

To put into an archive

I was planning on archiving the documents from 2001.

To transfer files into storage for the purpose of saving space and/or organization
- A single large file containing multiple files, usually compressed to save storage space Often created to facilitate transferring between computers Popular archival formats include ARJ, TAR, ZIP and ZOO
(1) an organisation the function of which is the preservation (qv) of resources (qv), either for a specific comunity of users, or for the general good (2) the collection of resources so preserved
An archive is a group of messages Archives are used to preserve, for some time, messages that have been removed from the main index The first archive is "Archive 1" -- you may configure the maximum number of archives for your forum in the Owner Login -> Main Index & Archive area Archives each store a limited number of messages, and this limit is the same as those set for the main index -- this is also configurable in the same configuration area
A collection of related files stored as one file in a compressed format
An archive is a reserved location for a group of files with the intent to preserve the information in those files Files that make up archives are often stored in what is called a "ZIP" file A "ZIP" file is a file that contains other files that are compressed to preserve space Zip archives are convenient for containing files that you want to preserve as backups or as a convenient way of sending multiple files to someone
File that contains a group of files that have been compressed for efficient storage You have to use an archive program to get the original files back out Commonly used programs include compress, tar, cpio, and zip (on UNIX systems), PKZIP (on DOS systems) and Stuffit, Compactor & DiskDoubler (on Mac systems)
put into an archive
A collection of files stored on an Internet machine FTP sites are known as archives
An archive stores files, such as documents and programs, to be retrieved later An archive site, such as an anonymous ftp site may allow other people to retrieve the files stored there
The place in which public records or historic documents are kept
A collection of stored texts On the Internet, these may be texts, programs, or images stored at an ftp site or a collection of messages saved from an electronic discussion group
{f} place in an archive; store in a safe place
{i} repository, place for document storage; file containing several separate compressed files (Computers); storage medium on which back-up files are stored (Computers)
a depository containing historical records and documents
The archive or archives are a collection of documents and records that contain historical information. You can also use archives to refer to the place where archives are stored. the archives of the Imperial War Museum
There are two Internet-oriented definitions of archive: A group of files compressed into a single file, which is then used for storage or transfer Common archive types include zip and tar Internet sites that house files for its users to download ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange This is the basic clear-text Latin characters There are 128 standard ASCII codes, each of which can be represented by a 7 digit binary number: 0000000 through 1111111
files containing data that is no longer in current use but is kept in long-term storage as it may be required in the future
(I) (1 ) Noun: A collection of data that is stored for a relatively long period of time for historical and other purposes, such as to support audit service, availability service, or system integrity service (2 ) Verb: To store data in such way (C) A digital signature may need to be verified many years after the signing occurs The CA--the one that issued the certificate containing the public key needed to verify that signature--may not stay in operation that long So every CA needs to provide for long-term storage of the information needed to verify the signatures of those to whom it issues certificates [RFC2828] (see also archiving, audit, backup, certificate, digital signature, key, public-key infrastructure, availability)
'är-"KIv A single large file from which many smaller files can be extracted, Archive files are often compressed Generally they are used to make it easier to transfer large programs and sets of files Common archive formats include ARJ, TAR, ZIP, and ZOO
(1) a site containing a large number of files, possibly acquired over time, and often publicly accessible See also ftp, particularly anonymous ftp (2) refers to a file which contains a number of related files, usually in a compressed format to reduce file size and transmission (upload or download) time on electronic bulletin boards or download sites on the Internet Most software which is distributed as shareware (or similar concepts) is distributed as an archive which contains all related programs, as well as documentation and possibly data files Archived files, because of the compression, appear to be encrypted and therefore infected files inside archives may not be detected by virus or malware scanning software See also compressed executable, self-extracting (3) often synonymous with backup
(noun) A data archive is a site where machine-readable materials are stored, preserved, and possibly redistributed to individuals interested in using the materials (verb) To place or store in an archive
A single large file from which many smaller files can be extracted Archive files are often compressed One of the industry standards is PKZIP and PKUNZIP
Many lists store all messages that have been sent to the list, usually in batches of one month at a time In addition, documents that the members of the list consider important to have available (such as an FAQ) can also be stored These stored files are known as archives Archives can usually be retrieved by subscribers (sometimes this requires a password) Instructions on retrieving archives will usually be part of your welcome message or can be obtained from the list owner Additional information about retrieving archives is available on the Common subscriber commands page
Public records or documents preserved as evidence of facts; as, the archives of a country or family
Archive material is information that comes from archives. pieces of archive film
Application Manager: Desktop_Tools folder: The Archive (Tar) action accepts a folder argument and archives all of the files it contains together into a single tar file This action uses the tar command
a depository containing historical records and documents put into an archive
A collection of files stored on a computer network - often retrievable by FTP
a place in which data are preserved Typically, an archive will provide services for storing and cataloging collected data, and for retrieving selected data upon request Data delivered to and received from space-related data archives should be in the form of SFDUs, although the data may be stored internally in some other form [610 0-G-5]
(1) To store programs, data files, text files, and other types of files for safekeeping (2) A repository for such files
The whole body of records of continuing value of an organisation or individual Sometimes called `corporate memory' Australian Standard AS 4390-1996, Part 1 Clause 4 4 The whole body or group of records of continuing value of an agency or individual An accumulation of series or other record items with a common provenance, or of a distinct organisation, body or purpose Ellis (ed), Keeping Archives, p 462 (v) To store copies of computer programs and data to ensure against loss in the event that the original materials are deleted and damaged Archived files can be sent to tape, to floppy disks, or to another computer system Microsoft Press, Computer Dictionary, p 25 Note that this is an Information Technology definition
A single file containing one or (usually) more separate files plus information to allow them to be extracted (separated) by a suitable program A compressed file format Archives are usually created for software distribution or back up Some common formats for Internet archives are sit, sea hqx zip tar
To copy files to a long-term storage medium for backup Large computer systems often have two layers of backup, the first of which is a disk drive Periodically, the computer operator will archive files on the disk to a second storage device, usually a tape drive
The material so kept, considered as a whole (cf. archives)
archive attribute
quality of an archive, marking of a file in a DOS environment which indicates that it has been changed since the last backup
archive file
storage file, computer file in which data is stored in compressed form
archive photograph
photograph which is taken from a file of old pictures
archive work
management of public records or historical documents
archived
Simple past tense and past participle of archive
national archive
A place for storing materials relating to the history of a nation, usually operated by the government of that nation
archives
{n} records, a place used for records
archived
The database record for a solicitation is archived when the study status is changed to solicitation withdrawn When a solicitation is archived (withdrawn), all commitments to the study are released
archived
past of archive
archived
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archived
Used particularly to mean entered into CDD In this sense it has no connotations of "no longer active" or "of no current interest" as might be expected from a normal English usage
archived
A TechPak or TechNeed can be archived -- or "parked" -- indefinitely
archived
having been placed into an archive
archives
are the organized noncurrent records of an institution or organization retained for their continuing value in providing a) evidence of the existence, functions, and operations of the institution or organization that generated them, or b) other information on activities or persons affected by the organization Derived from the Greek word for "government house," the term "archives" also refers to the agency responsible for selecting, preserving, and making available noncurrent records with long-term value and to the building or part of the building housing them
archives
A special collection or collections that house the records of organizations, governments, universities, etc Archives usually house materials of an historic nature
archives
collection of records especially about an institution
archives
plural of archive
archives
(1) The noncurrent records of an organization preserved because of their enduring value; also referred to, in this sense, as archival materials or holdings See also Permanent records (2) The agency responsible for preserving this material (3) The building where such materials are located
archives
(1) The non-current records of an organization or institution preserved because of their continuing value (2) The agency responsible for selecting, preserving, and making available records determined to have permanent or continuing value (3) The building or part of a building where archival materials are located
archives
The records of an organization or institution preserved because of their continuing value in documenting the activities and history of the institution
archives
An organized collection of the noncurrent records of an institution, government, organization, or corporate body, and/or the personal papers of an individual, family, or group, preserved in a repository for their historical value Also refers to the agency which selects, preserves, and provides access to archival materials
archives
An organized collection of the noncurrent records of an institution, government, organization, or corporate body, or the personal papers of an individual or family, preserved in a repository for their historical value Managed and maintained by an archivist Also refers to the physical repository itself
archives
a depository containing historical records and documents
archives
Repository for an organized body of records. Archives are produced or received by a public, semipublic, institutional, or business entity in the transaction of its affairs and are preserved by it or its successors. The modern institution of archives and archival administration dates from the late 18th century, when national and departmental archives were established in France. In the U.S. the National Archives was established in 1934 to house the retired records of the national government; the Federal Records Act of 1950 authorized regional records repositories. Each U.S. state has its own archival agency. Archivists in the 20th century increasingly handled records involving new technologies, such as computer-kept records and motion pictures, as well as the records of businesses, institutions, and individuals
archives
Archives are documents created and/or accumulated by institutions, businesses or even individuals in the course of their daily life and work and retained in perpetuity The term is also used to refer to the building and/or organisation which keeps them Many universities have their own collections of archives including UWS See the Historical Collections web page or Foster and Sheppard's British Archives: a guide to archive resources in the UK LIS houses the important South Wales Coalfield Collection
archives
(1) The noncurrent records of an organization preserved because of their continuing, or enduring, value "National Archives of the United States" means those records that have been determined by the Archivist of the United States to have sufficient historical or other value to warrant their continued preservation by the Federal Government and that have been transferred to the Archivist's legal custody See also PERMANENT RECORDS, STANDARD FORM 258
archives
A repository for papers The principal collections at NYU include those related to the university, to labor unions, etc Located on the 10th floor of Bobst, sharing space with Wagner Archives and Tamiment Library The University Archives is the designated repository for the official records of New York University
archives
1 The documents created or received and accumulated by a person or organization in the course of the conduct of affairs, and preserved because of their continuing value Historically, the term referred more narrowly to the noncurrent records of an organization or institution preserved because of their continuing value 2 The building or part of a building where archival materials are located; also referred to as an archival repository 3 The agency or program responsible for selecting, acquiring, preserving, and making available archival materials; also referred to as an archival agency, archival institution, or archival program [SAA] 4 The official repository of non-current University Records of enduring or permanent value transferred and entrusted to its care, custody and control in accordance with an approved Records Retention and Disposition Authority [UWI]
archives
1 The records created or received and accumulated by an institution or organization in the course of routine business and retained due to their continuing or enduring value 2 A building or area of a building used to house permanent records 3 A government agency, organization, or program responsible for appraising, scheduling, accessioning, preserving, and providing reference service to archival materials
archives
Records or documents with historical value, or the place where such records and documents are kept
archives
Those records that are appraised as having continuing value Australian Standard AS 4390-1996, Part 1 Clause 4 5 Those records that are appraised as having continuing value Traditionally the term has been used to describe records no longer required for current use which have been selected for permanent preservation Also referred to as permanent records The place (building/room/storage area) where archival material is kept An organisation (or part of an organisation) responsible for appraising, acquiring, preserving and making available archival material Ellis (ed), Keeping Archives, p 463
archives
A repository specifically designed for preservation, storage, display, and use of archival records The term may also refer to the organization operating the archives Information management specialists use the term to denote anywhere computer records are stored off-line The George Mason University Archives is the repository for archival records of George Mason University
archives
Public or private records or historical documents, or the department or facility where these materials are processed, stored, and used
archives
third-person singular of archive
archives
{i} collection of records and information (in particular regarding or about an institution); public documents kept safe as evidence of facts
archives
Location and contents of public records kept by the Secretary of State, including copies of all measures considered at each session, journals, committee reports, and documents of historic value
archives
Public records or historical documents, or the place where such records and documents are kept
archives
(1) Public records or historical documents (2) Location where records or documents are housed
archives
The noncurrent records of an organization, regardless of format, which are maintained and preserved because of their permanent legal, fiscal, regulatory, evidential, informational, or historical value to the institution Materials that are archived are permanently retained
archives
1 The organized body of noncurrent records of an organization which are preserved because of their continuing value; 2 The depository itself
archives
A collection of documents and records of historical interest
archives
[n] a place where documents or records are kept, or a collection of these documents archive [v]
archives
A special collection or collections that house the records of organizations, governments, universities, etc An archive can also contain collections of the personal papers of an individual or family, photographs, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, etc Archives usually house materials of an historic nature
archiving
Images are archived, often on CD-ROM, for a specified period Information necessary to reproduce the print is also archived, including ink, tables, sizes, and media used
archiving
A snapshot of a file or directory as it currently exists An unlimited expiration date allows for long-term storage and retrieval
archiving
To copy files to a long-term storage medium (e g , CDs, tapes, floppy disks) for backup
archiving
present participle of archive
archiving
Storing copies of programs and data to ensure against loss
archiving
The process of saving data for later reference or use
archiving
Storing digital files, often on CD-ROM, for the long term
archiving
Retention of images, often on CD-ROM, for a specified period Information necessary to reproduce the print is also archived, including ink, tables, sizes, and media used
archiving
A term used to describe the storing and retrieval process for engineering documentation Although originally involving paper documents, the term increasingly refers to the storage of computer-generated information on magnetic or optical media
archiving
Making a permanent record which can be accessed later at any time
archiving
Storing digital files for permanent, long-term, or backup purposes
archiving
The process of transferring data from an online composition system to an off-line storage medium Complete archiving stores all elements of a journal, including tables and artwork in a manner that allows for ready access and retrieval Archival formats available from CPC include SGML (text only), Xyvision-ASCII (text only), PostScript or Acrobat PDF (pages only), and TIFF or EPS (graphics)
archiving
The storage of backup files and associated journals, usually for a given period of time
archiving
Moving data to long-term off-line storage
archiving
Moving electronic files no longer being used to less accessible and usually less expensive storage media for safe keeping [SRV] (see also archive, backup)
archiving
In electronic records, the process of creating a backup copy of computer files, especially for long-term storage See also BACKING UP
archiving
The process of preserving a data structure, especially an object, for later use An archived data structure is usually stored in a file, but it can also be written to memory, copied to the pasteboard, or sent to another application In Cocoa, archiving involves writing data to an NSData object
archiving
Saving a log on a storage device
archiving
(v) A term used to describe the storing and retrieval process for engineering documentation Although originally involving paper documents, the term increasingly refers to the storage of computer-generated information on magnetic or optical media
archiving
  The storing of files, records, and other data for reference and alternative backup
archiving
Saving the state of an object and restoring it
self extracting archive
compressed file which includes an expansion program and can be expanded by activating the file
archive
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