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deduplicate

(diːˈdjuːplɪˌkeɪt)
vb
(tr) computing to remove (duplicated material) from a system
deˌdupliˈcation n
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Second, resources were unavailable to deduplicate NSP test records before 2014; thus, it is not known whether each HCV antibody test during 2006-2013 represented a single person screened.
Therefore, in order to deduplicate the video data, it is necessary to understand the structure of the video data and perform deduplication according to the structure of the video data, as shown in Fig.
Import the references that have been detected in Scopus or Web of Science, and deduplicate these with the remaining articles for which references should be checked.
With this, the same data becomes the same ciphertext after encryption, and it enables the cloud server to deduplicate while ensuring confidentiality.
Whether it's search, display or video, you should be able to deduplicate across all to effectively collect data on an adver- tiser's key consumer segments.
* We intelligently archive and deduplicate emails to help reduce storage costs.
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And what value would any of this information hold without solutions to cleanse and deduplicate it, and the ability to keep it secure from outside hackers and internal privileged users?
That includes the ability to discover, analyze, monitor, retain, collect, deduplicate and dispose of data.
(54) The service often provides source data for the same article from multiple sources (e.g., JSTOR, HeinOnline, publisher platform, et cetera), including reprints of articles in books, and does not always "deduplicate" the citing references.
Organisations can deduplicate everywhere while centralising management to reduce time and cost of operations.
This partnership provides law firms and corporate legal departments the ability to use Wave Software's Trident product to process and deduplicate emails, then use CaseLogistix to review and produce emails in their native format in response to discovery, SEC, NASD/SRO and DOJ requests.