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batch processing

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1. manufacturing products or treating materials in batches, by passing the output of one process to subsequent processes. Compare continuous processing
2. (Computer Science) a system by which the computer programs of a number of individual users are submitted to the computer as a single batch. Compare time sharing2
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Noun1.batch processing - the serial execution of computer programsbatch processing - the serial execution of computer programs
instruction execution, execution - (computer science) the process of carrying out an instruction by a computer
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Total quantity or scope: Will acquire networks and computer systems, according to specifications: lot 1 Computer network equipment and application development on mobile-1 pc; 2- batch computing system for measuring quality broadcasting DVB-1pc; 3- batch computing system with multiple access-1 pc; 4- lot Distributed laboratory for showing and testing multiple software applications 1 piece; lot 5 Multimedia System - 1 pc; 6- lot of development and testing system - 1 pc; 7- lot of computing and data storage System-1 pc; 8- lot Computer network consisting of 6 PC 1 piece; 9- lot Computer network consisting of 3 PC-1 pc; lot 10 pieces -1 computing system; Estimated value excluding VAT: 55,254.
To make sure our operations have grown with the times, so that our customers have the most-modern services possible, we are now nearing completion of a major expansion program that includes a new redundant computing system, for on-line processing of both teller and ATM (automated teller machine) transactions, and a new batch computing center for handling all back-office processing, administrative and accounting work.
VSE/ESA offers high-performance transaction and batch computing capabilities that are simple and cost-effective, and very well suited to the needs of medium-sized enterprises.