catalogic

catalogic

(ˌkætəˈlɒdʒɪk)
adj
of the nature of or relating to a catalogue
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The topics include Nonnus' catalogic strategies: a preliminary approach to the Dionysiaca, the Tablets of Harmonia and the role of poet and reader in the Dionesiaca, words and their meaning: on the chronology of the Paraphrasis of St.
Copy data management is part of the trend toward IT and infrastructure modernization," said Peter Eicher, director of marketing for Catalogic, "Current practices are too manual, too slow, too error-prone, and too IT-centric," he observed.
In the opening pages, Defoe initiates a catalogic description much like those of Chambers:
public sector, has expanded its General Services Administration (GSA) schedule to include Catalogic Software technology products and solutions.
Catalogic has announced general availability of its revolutionary Copy Data management platform ECX 2.
What ferries apparently do is afford a certain kind of poem via a certain kind of motion--"streaming" as a metonymic motion across a local space or at least a selected, representative perceptual inventory of that space, a catalogic in which each set member--tide, wake, barge, flag, foundry--contributes to the dissolution of actual place but in so doing convenes a commons not only immaterial but atemporal or transhistorical, allowing access to a placeless place at any time.
Thus the insights generated by Jakob Lothe's judicious essay on Conradian narrative feed into Kenneth Graham's catalogic situation of Conrad within the aesthetics of modernism, and both resonate throughout Gene M.
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In 2008, Trace One received the GS1 Trophy from the GDS through its client, Kambly for their successful collaboration with Carrefour through the Trace One electronic product catalogue solution, Catalogic.
Activity 2: The Contractor shall deliver the number 1 disk array designed to expand the hardware part of MEW built in system redundancy and backup data servers and systems based on software Catalogic DPX (Version 4.
The increase in input/output operations per second (IOPS)--upward of 80 times more IOPS based on some studies--"is so mind boggling that every enterprise has to consider shifting their Oracle workloads to flash," said Peter Eicher, director of product marketing at Catalogic Software.
In his suggestion that "Nature makes no mistakes," Linnaeus outlines a web of taxonomic connections in which all plants can be named and placed within a catalogic system.