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Capable of being read by a computer: a machine-readable passport; machine-readable formats.


(of data) in a form suitable for direct acceptance and processing by computer.


[məˈʃiːnˈriːdəbl] ADJlegible por máquina
in machine-readable formen forma legible por máquina
machine-readable codecódigo m legible por máquina


[məˈʃiːnˌriːdəbl] adj (Comput) → leggibile dalla macchina
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Despite the industry's best efforts, translating complex human decision-making into a computer-readable, algorithm-friendly process remains a real challenge.
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However, a machine (such as a computer) or a computer-readable medium (such as a CD-ROM or floppy disk) encoded with a data structure is patentable.
This line of cases established that, at least in the 1990's, a software program was eligible for patent protection as long as the program was controlling a computer or was stored on computer-readable media and produced a useful, concrete, and tangible result.
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