batch

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bir defada alınan miktar
{i} yığın
{i} grup
şarj
kuma
kumaş sarmak
küme
sürü
komşu
(Ticaret) belirli miktar
harman
kumaş topu
türküm
dizi
(Tekstil) parti; kumaş topu, kumaş sarmak
küme/grup
alay
{i} parça
toplu
{i} bir pişimde pişirilenler
{i} bir fırın ekmek
bir defada alman miktar
bir fırın dolusu ekmek
{i} takım; grup; parti: a batch of books bir parti kitap
(Biyoloji) sıra
(Gıda) bir ölçü
sarmak
(Bilgisayar) komut-liste
(Gıda) kazan
bölüm
toplu iş
(Tıp) seri
(Gıda) kesikli
batch file
(Bilgisayar) toplu iş dosyası
batch off
rolik açmak
batch plant
beton santrali
batch production
(Mekanik) küme üretimi
batch records
(Tıp) seri kayıtları
batch release
(Tıp) serinin serbest bırakılması
batch size
(Mekanik) küme büyüklüğü
batch up
rolik sarmak
batch file
yığın dosyası
batch furnace
yığım fırını
batch processing
yığın işleme
batch production
toplu üretim
batch terminal
yığın terminal
batch terminal simulation
yığın terminal simülasyonu
batch total
yığın toplam
batch and queue
toplu ve kuyruk
batch management
Parti yönetimi
batch mode
toplu modunda
batch reactor
kesikli reaktör kazanı
batch record
toplu kayıt
batch script
(Bilgisayar) Toplu iş komut dosyası
batch-loaded
Parti halinde yüklenmiş
batch-oriented
gruba dayalı
batch annealing
batch tavlama
batch box
ölçü sandığı
batch costing
(Ticaret) parti maliyetlemesi
batch data
(Nükleer Bilimler) yığın verisi
batch drying
kesikli kurutma
batch file
toplu dosya toplu iş
batch file
toplu iş kütüğü
batch file missing
(Bilgisayar) toplu iş dosyası eksik
batch filtering
makine yağının temizlenmesi
batch furnace
(Mekanik,Teknik) yığın fırını
batch goods
(Ticaret) parti mallar
batch input
toplu giris
batch install
(Bilgisayar) toplu yükleme
batch irradiator
(Nükleer Bilimler) kesikli ışınlayıcı
batch journal
(Bilgisayar) toplu işlem günlüğü
batch label
(Tekstil) parti etiketi
batch loaded reactor
yakıt yüklü reaktör
batch loading
(Nükleer Bilimler) yığın yüklemesi
batch meter
harmanölçer
batch meter
harmansayar
batch mixer
harmanlayıcı
batch mixing
harman karışımı
batch mixing time
harman karıştırma süresi
batch numbering system
(Tıp) seri numaralandırma sistemi
batch of carriage
(Tekstil) kumaş sağma arabası
batch of roller
(Tekstil) top çözme roliği
batch off
(Tekstil) top çözmek, rolik açmak
batch pause
(Bilgisayar) toplu iş duraklat
batch printing
toplu yazdırma
batch process
toplu olarak işlemek [bilg.]
batch processing
toplu işleme,yığın işleme
batch processing
toplu işlem
batch production procedure
(Tıp) seri üretim işlemi
batch spawning
(Denizbilim) aralıklı yumurtalama
batch test
karışım deneyi
batch type furnace
harman dolma fırını
batch up
(Tekstil) rolik sarmak, top sarmak
batch updates
(Bilgisayar) toplu güncelleştirmeler
batch variation
parti degisimi
batch washing system
toplu yıkama sistemi
batch water meter
harman suyu ölçeri
job batch
(Bilgisayar) iş topluluğu
batching
yığınlama
batching
kumaş sarma
cloth batch
kumaş topu
cold pad batch method
soğuk bekletme yöntemi
in batch
parti halinde
fed batch
kesikli beslemeli
remote batch terminal
uzak toplu işlem terminali
sequencing batch reactor
sıralı toplu reaktörler, sıralı takım reaktörleri
actual volume of batch
karışımın tam hacmi
dying batch
(Tekstil) boya partisi
fed batch operation
(Gıda) yarı kesikli ışlem
fed batch process
(Gıda) beslemeli kesikli süreç
remote batch entry
uzaktan toptan giriş
remote batch entry
uzaktan toptan giris
remote batch processing
uzaktan toptan isleme
semi batch reactor
yarı kesikli tepkime kazanı
sequential batch processing
(Askeri) sıralı toplu işlem
undo batch edit
(Bilgisayar) toplu düzenlemeyi geri al
volumetric batch box
hacimsel ölçü sandığı
volumetric batch plant
hacimsel harmanlama tesisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To batch process a set of input data or requests

The purchase requests for the day were stored in a queue and batched for printing the next morning.

To live as a bachelor temporarily, of a married man or someone virtually married

I am batching next week when my wife visits her sister.

To aggregate things together into a batch

The contractor batched the purchase orders for the entire month into one statement.

A set of data to be processed with one execution of a program

The system throttled itself to batches of 50 requests at a time to keep the thread count under control.

A quantity of anything produced at one operation

We poured a bucket of water in top, and the ice maker spit out a batch of icecubes at the bottom.

The quantity of bread or other baked goods baked at one time

We made a batch of cookies to take to the party.

A group or collection of things of the same kind, such as a batch of letters or the next batch of business
Of a process, operating for a defined set of conditions, and then halting

The plant had two batch assembly lines for packaging, as well as a continuous feed production line.

{i} group, collection, bundle; (Computers) several files arranged into a single group for printing or transmitting
{n} a quantity of any thing, a small coin
A group of statements processed as an entity Execution of DOS batch files (such as AUTOEXEC BAT) and SQL statements are examples of a batch process
The mixture of raw materials (often silica, soda or potash, and lime) that is melted in a pot or tank to make glass Cullet is added to help the melting process
The quantity of bread baked at one time
(Ticaret) 1) In production, a lot or given quantity processed at the same time with the same process parameters. A batch may consist of more than one item number but all items are considered to have the same characteristics for purposes of traceability. 2) In data processing, a set of files or records gathered and processed together instead of one at a time. When a batch run is being processed, the files or records used may be locked from additional update until the batch is done
A set of movie or graphic files that are compressed simultaneously The main advantage of using batch is that it speeds up data entry, which in turn saves time for the user
A collection of transactions that have been made in a single day Most terminals and real-time processors will collect all of the transactions and then do a batch at the end of day, instead of batching them throughout the day With real-time processing, processors such as Echo do the batching automatically for you
A collection of credit card transactions saved for submitting at one time For merchant account processing, transactions are stored up during working hours and sent to the credit card processor in a batch to be executed at the end-of-day (or other time period)
A group of transactions made by a Merchant Batches may include payment authorization requests, payment capture requests, or credit reversal requests Transactions in the batch are electronically sent by the merchant to the acquiring bank for action
A group of approved credit card transactions that occurred during a given time interval A batch is introduced by a batch header record, contains one or more batch detail records, and is summarized in a batch trailer record Within one batch the following fields are homogeneous: batch sender, batch receiver, settlement currency Batches of transactions are subsequently transmitted to a third-party transaction processor for funds transfer
In systems, batch processing is an approach that accumulates data and processes it as a groupthe opposite of real time Often refers to programs that run at a fixed later time In manufacuring production, a quantity scheduled to be produced together; also called a lot
The batch method of processing occurs when data is collected over a period of time and then processed as a batch rather than as it becomes available
or batch processing, is the capability of running jobs outside of the interactive login session In this document, batch implies a more complex subsystem which provides for additional control over job scheduling and resource contention
In the imaging process as we do it, the grouping of books, photographs, or other objects into an organizational unit for our reference only Each collection has its own distinct series of batch number assignments
A collection of transactions processed as a group One can batch orders for authorization or for capture Processing requests may be batched for settlement by banks
A collection of transactions submitted for settlement Usually a merchant has one batch per day or per shift
A collection of products or data which is treated as one entity with respect to certain operations e g processing and production
The accumulation of captured transactions waiting to be settled Multiple batches may be settled throughout the day
a collection of things or persons to be handled together
The accumulation of captured credit card transactions in the merchant's terminal or POS awaiting settlement
1) In production, a lot or given quantity processed at the same time with the same process parameters A batch may consist of more than one item number but all items are considered to have the same characteristics for purposes of traceability 2) In data processing, a set of files or records gathered and processed together instead of one at a time When a batch run is being processed, the files or records used may be locked from additional update until the batch is done
a collection of things or persons to be handled together all the loaves of bread baked at the same time (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
batch together; assemble or process as a batch
A collection of credit card transactions saved for submitting at one time, usually each day Merchants who do not have real-time verification systems must submit their transactions manually through a POS terminal Batch fees are charged to encourage a merchant to submit his or her transactions at one time, rather than throughout the day
A group of records or documents considered as a single unit for the purpose of data processing [ACH]
A quantity of raw materials mixed in proper proportions and prepared for fusion in the glass furnace
{f} organize together in a bundle; place in a batch
all the loaves of bread baked at the same time
The accumulation of captured (sale) transactions waiting to be settled Multiple batches may be settled throughout the day
A quantity of anything produced at one operation; a group or collection of persons or things of the same kind; as, a batch of letters; the next batch of business
A batch of things or people is a group of things or people of the same kind, especially a group that is dealt with at the same time or is sent to a particular place at the same time. the current batch of trainee priests She brought a large batch of newspaper cuttings. Variant of bach
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
A collection of transactions that are processed as a group You can batch orders for authorization or for capture Your processing requests may in turn be batched for settlement by banks
In mainframe computing, an accumulation of data or programs intended for processing in a group or "batch," typically at a later time, and scheduled by the computer - as opposed to "on-line," immediate processing
A method of processing a series of commands on a computer with no human interaction Typically, a list of commands is placed within a file, and then that file is executed Cluster CoNTroller provides batch access to the CTC cluster resources
A group of transactions that have been captured and are waiting for settlement
batch file
A file containing a series of instructions to be carried out by the operating system
batch files
plural form of batch file
batch process
Any process that is not continuous, but is carried out with a discrete amount of material
batch production
A technique used in manufacturing, in which the object in question is created stage by stage over a series of workstations, and different batches of products are made
batch management
A function that allows partial quantities of a material handled in batches to be managed separately in stock
batch bill of material
(Ticaret) A bill of material typically used in process industries that describes an ingredients list required for a batch quantity of the end item, instead of a quantity of one as typically used in discrete manufacturing environments
batch data processing
handling of information by running minor applications on a computer which do not interfere with current work
batch file
Operating system file that can call multiple ESSCMD scripts and run multiple sessions of ESSCMD Batch files handle batch data loads and complex calculations, and can include commands that run report scripts You can run a batch file on the server from the operating system prompt On Windows systems, batch files have BAT file extensions On UNIX, a batch file is written as a shell script
batch file
A batch file is a text file that contains a sequence of commands for a computer operating system It's called a batch file because it batches (bundles or packages) into a single file a set of commands that would otherwise have to be presented to the system interactively from a keyboard one at a time A batch file is usually created for command sequences for which a user has a repeated need Commonly needed batch files are often delivered as part of an operating system You initiate the sequence of commands in the batch file by simply entering the name of the batch file on a command line In the DOS, a batch file has the file name extension " BAT" (The best known DOS batch file is the AUTOEXEC BAT file that initializes DOS when you start the system ) In UNIX-based operating systems, a batch file is called a shell script In IBM's mainframe VM operating systems, it's called an EXEC
batch file
an operating system program file which is created to automate a processing procedure
batch file
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batch file
A series of data kept in one file in order to be processed sequentially
batch file
A batch program containing a sequence of operating-system commands, possibly including parameters and operators supported by the batch command language In MS-DOS, a batch file has a BAT extension
batch file
A file containing a list of operating system commands to be executed in succession
batch file
A program that runs without interactions from a user
batch file
A command file or script file A file which contains a list of instructions to be carried out without interaction with the user
batch file
An MSDOS text file that contains one or more DOS commands When the name of the command file is entered on the command line, DOS executes the commands contained in the file The BAT extension is used to identify a batch file
batch file
A batch file is a set of DOS commands contained within a single text file If this text file has a file suffix of BAT then by entering the file name at the DOS prompt, the DOS commands will be executed one after the other
batch file
A batch file is a text file which contains a sequence of commands to be executed Batch files do not necessarily execute in sequential order They may loop or branch either unconditionally or in response to the exit code from a program
batch file
is the programme used by Microsoft to start your computer AUTOEXEC BAT loads a series of programs and sets your personal settings In general terms a batch file is just one that runs one line after the other
batch file
A computer disk file containing one or more batches of transaction data
batch file
A text file that contains a series of DOS commands
batch file
Executable text files that save you from having to retype often-used commands To use a batch file, you just type in the batch file's name, and the PC carries out the commands contained in the batch file as if you had typed them from the keyboard In UNIX, such files are called scripts, or shell scripts These are much less widely used under Windows than under DOS or UNIX
batch file
A text file containing DOS commands that can be executed all at once
batch file
A text file that contains a list of instructions and is marked with the Bat file extension When the file runs in Dos command and can launch other programs Batch files are useful in repetitive jobs because a user can run a series of commands or instructions by typing just one command
batch file
An ASCII text file containing a sequence of commands that are processed automatically by a batch command language
batch file
a file that is created in the batch mode of ERDAS IMAGINE All steps are recorded for a later run This file can be edited
batch file
An ASCII text file containing operating system commands and possibly other commands supported by the batch processor The commands in the file are executed one line at a time, just as if you had typed them at the system prompt You can inlcude program names, operating system commands, batch language commands, and other variables in your batch files Batch files are used to automate repetitive tasks;almost all DOS users place regulary-used setup commands in a batch file called AUTOEXEC BAT, which executes every time the computer is started In DOS, a file that contains one or more commands that are executed together as a set You create the batch file by using a text editor (like the DOS EDIT command) and run the file by typing its name at the command prompt A DOS batch file must have the file-name extension BAT, while an OS/2 batch file has the extension CMD
batch manufacturing
High-volume production of several product lines that differ in some important ways but are nearly identical in others
batch manufacturing
The production of parts or material in discrete runs, or batches, interspersed with other production operations or runs of other parts or materials
batch manufacturing
Intermittent production in standard batch (lot) sizes, determined by market demand, container size, production efficiencies etc
batch processing
Batch processing automates and makes image repetitive tasks with images easier to apply and creates a more productive work environment Batch processing are routines that permit a scanner or software such as Photoshop to apply image processing to any number of individual images
batch processing
Batch Processing describes the processing of items accumulated over a period (days/week/month) such as coupon response, cheque handling etc , as opposed to processing on a day to day basis Normally used as an expression within Data Processing but can be applied to any type of commercial activity
batch processing
Processing data in a group, or batch, as opposed to processing data singly in real time Typically, the data is collected over time and processed periodically when the use of a computer is likely to be cost effective
batch processing
(n ) The scheduling of a series, or batch, of files to run at a time when the processor is least busy
batch processing
The processing of transactions after some quantity of transactions are collected and then processed together as a "batch" at some later time
batch processing
Type of computer processing in which similiar tasks are grouped and handled sequentially to simplify operations
batch processing
In either human or computer processes, a step where lots of items are accumulated and then processed together In contrast to continuous processing where items are processes as soon as possible
batch processing
This occurs when a merchant transmits the "batch" of daily sales stored in the terminal for processing An "open" Batch is one that is not yet "closed " To "close" a batch is to transmit the information from the merchant's location (terminal or software) to our processor Top of page
batch processing
A data-processing technique in which input data is accumulated off-line and processed in batches Compare with interactive processing
batch processing
Processing a group of transactions at one time In batch processing, transactions are collected in "batches" and processed as a group
batch processing
– a method of payment processing whereby many input items are accumulated over time and processed together as a batch
batch processing
The processing of computer information after it has been accumulated in one group, or batch
batch processing
Technique in which items to be processed must be coded and collected into groups prior to processing
batch processing
Executing a series of non-interactive jobs in a given sequence The term originated in the days when punched cards were the normal means of entering data into a computer, usually a mainframe Each batch of cards represented a job Batch jobs are often stored up during normal working hours and then executed during the evening or whenever the computer is less busy Once a batch job begins, it continues until it is complete or until an error occurs Batch processing implies that there is no interaction with the User while the program is being executed The opposite of Batch Processing is Transaction or Interactive Processing
batch processing
this type of processing involves collecting jobs or material to be processed over a period of time, and creating a schedule followed by one complete processing session The user has very little interaction with the process
batch processing
Processing data or the accomplishment of jobs accumulated in advance in such a manner that each accumulation thus formed is processed or accomplished in the same computer run
batch processing
A process in which a file that contains a program is submitted from a front-end computer to a larger system, where it executes
batch processing
the serial execution of computer programs
batch processing
A type of computer processing in which a batch of requests is stored and then executed all at one time Transaction processing requires interaction with a user, whereas batch processing can take place without a user being present
batch processing
Running accumulated data through a program off-line, without user intervention Used where very large volumes of data require similar processing For example, in clearing banks, records of each day's transactions are accumulated at branches for subsequent mass batch processing by the central computer Contrast with interactive processing and OLTP
batch processing
A type of data processing and data communications transmission in which related transactions are grouped together and transmitted for processing, usually by the same computer and under the same application
batch processing
Batch processing is the transmission or processing of a group of payment orders and/or securities transfer instructions [GAO]
batch processing
A type of data processing where related transactions are transmitted as a group for processing
batch processing
a type of computer system in which the computer does several jobs one after the other, without needing instructions between each job
batch processing
processing of a number of files and accumulated information executed by computer without interaction with the user
batch processing
a type of data processing operation and data communications transmission where related transactions are grouped together and transmitted for processing, usually by the same computer and under the same application
batch pull
(Ticaret) An order picking efficiency technique that combines multiple orders for a date or customer range and summarizes the total requirements for items on all orders. It allows going to an inventory location once to pick for several orders instead of returning to the same location multiple times
batch system
is a set of batch servers that are configured for processing The system may consist of multiple hosts, each with multiple servers
batch system
Batch systems are generally run from a scheduler based on date/time/dow/dom and perhaps dependencies on other tasks or external events (arrival of files, etc ) They often process large amounts of data (perhaps even the entire database), so keeping all of the data in memory is rarely an acceptable design approach Batch processes may be distributed in order to maximize throughput or to access distributed data and resources Batch subsystems are often a part of Reporting Systems or Transaction Systems
batch-and-queue
(Ticaret) The production of multiple parts at a given operation as a batch that is finished and moved to the input queue of the succeeding operation
batched
past of batch
batcher
{i} person who organizes together in a bundle; person who places in a batch
batches
groups, quantities
batches
plural of batch
batches
To group into a quantity for one operation
batches
Groupings of similar transactions which are submitted to data entry for input to the computerized payroll system Three types of batches are processed: 1) Data Base Maintenance (BATCH transaction), 2) Payroll Worksheets (BA transaction) and 3) Time Reports (BT transaction)
batching
Collecting multiple pages together and separating with batch separators Batches are either fixed quantities of single pages which can be counted to identify double feeds (see autofeeders), or consist of multiple levels often based on three levels of index Recently there has been some interest in using color coded bars scanned with a color scanner to identify batches
batching
The process of presenting a set of input vectors for simultaneous calculation of a matrix of output vectors and/or new weights and biases
batching
A process of fixing dye onto fabric by keeping the fabric damp at room temperature for twenty-four hours or longer
batching
The preparation of items received for batch processing at a future time
batching
The process of selecting, weighing, and mixing the starting ingredients (also called raw materials) from which a metal, ceramic, glass, or polymer is made
batching
{i} (Accounting) gathering all incoming invoices and organizing them before processing
batching
The sequence in which two or more products are to be pumped that will result in the least waste of interracial material
batching
present participle of batch
master batch
small amount of highly concentrated substance that is added to larger amounts of a standard compound in order to produce a desired result (e.g. highly pigmented dye that is added to paint to produce a given shade)
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batch tavlama
batch annealing
batch