time-stamp

time-stamp

vb (tr)
(Communications & Information) to assign an accurate time to (a message, transaction, etc)
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The straggling events are referred to those events whose time-stamp is less than the current simulation time of an LP.
In addition, digital signatures have a finite life and can expire before the code itself becomes obsolete, and therefore the additional use of a time-stamp is required to ensure that the original signature can always be validated.
After considering the legal implications as well as the strategic direction of Ferring, the option of using digital time-stamp technology embedded in the ELN was approved by the legal department.
Keep in mind that the time-stamp difference includes the network's propagation delay.
The pen has an infrared camera that records and time-stamps every mark made on the forms.
Software Features: Collects all direct and indirect labor transactions; automatically time-stamps "job on" and "job off" transactions; automatically applies lunch and breaks either to the job or as indirects; performs user-defined production transactions such as coremaking, molding, melting, cleaning and machining; performsshipping, maintenance, tool room and other indirect transactions; tracks work schedules by employee; and easily reconciles time and attendance time to production time.