compilator

compilator

(ˈkɒmpɪˌleɪtə)
n
a compiler
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Among them are LEAP platform for data conversion, Research Track - annotation and record compilator for scholars and learners, and Oxford Mothership website for navigation among multiple Oxford Dictionaries websites.
Likewise, Bonaventure's thirteenth-century categories of authorship, which include the scriptor, the compilator, the commentator, and finally, the auctor, implicitly references translation: the auctor unlike the others, who copy, organize, and comment, "writes both his own materials and those of others, but [presents] his own as the principal materials, and the materials of others annexed for the purpose of confirming his own, and as such must be called the author." In this taxonomy, the thirteenth-century mester poets blend the activities of commentador and the auctor.
In: Vaggione JM, compilator. El activismo religioso conservador en Latinoamerica.
Lusignan and Monique PaulmierFoucart, eds, Lector et Compilator: Vincent
In consequence, auctoritas means a wide spectrum of interrelated levels of meaning associated with authority, authorial influence, and canon, and has to do with the dialectical relationship between the author (auctor), the writer (scriptor or compilator), and the written text (scriptum/scriptura).
Gergely Nagy points out that Tolkien's willingness to clear a space for multiple narrative accounts in his texts provides a diversity of voices, both from the past and from the present: "The different author positions in the fictional texts (like Bilbo's role as original author, translator, compilator or adaptator or Frodo's as author) inscribe different sorts of relationships toward texts and their contents into the textual world [...].
This interruption functions as a transition used to change the topic and focalization of his text from a recollection of myths of origin to an ethnographic description of the Taino society as witnessed by the compilator of the text.