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abstractor

(ˈæbstræktə) or

abstracter

n
a person who abstracts or makes an abstract
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Noun1.abstractor - one who makes abstracts or summarizes informationabstractor - one who makes abstracts or summarizes information
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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ATPR President, Alok Datta, believes the increasing demand for SmartProp is tied to the quality of the searches, which are also supported by a nationwide abstractor network.
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Sanders excelled in creating an abstractor network, which he did nationally.
Briefly, the abstractor was instructed to "Mark 'Yes' if the patient's condition is a result of an illness, injury or poisoning stemming from work-related activities" (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2009, p.
Findings were communicated to the abstractor who referred back to the original chart to make corrections.
Trained abstractors retrospectively collected information on neonates and mothers from patient charts using standardized definitions provided in the Canadian Neonatal Network[TM] Data Abstractor's Manual.
Although a low-level abstractor stays close to the phenomenal world of verifiable events and actions, general semantics advises a blend of high-level and low-level abstraction as a wise and intelligible choice between the two extremes.
Torok has been active in the information industry for four decades, working as a teacher, researcher, indexer, and abstractor.
They will be provided with detailed measure specifications, data abstraction/collection tools, abstractor guidelines, and training prior to the implementation of the pilot test.