serialisation


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Noun1.serialisation - publication in serial form
publishing, publication - the business of issuing printed matter for sale or distribution
Translations
نَشْر قِصَّةٍ على شَكْلٍ مُسَلْسَل
sérialisation
birting/útgáfa á framhaldssögu

series

(ˈsiəriːz) plural ˈseries noun
a number of usually similar things done, produced etc one after another. a series of brilliant scientific discoveries; Are you watching the television series on Britain's castles?; a series of school textbooks.
ˈserial (-riəl) adjective
1. of or in a series. serial numbers on banknotes.
2. (of a story etc) published or broadcast in parts.
noun
a serial story, play etc.
ˈserial killer noun
a person who has murdered several people one after another.
ˈserialize, ˈserialise (-riə-) verb
to publish or broadcast as a serial.
ˌserialiˈzation, ˌserialiˈsation noun
References in periodicals archive ?
The new regulations have led to a dramatic ramp up of serialisation in the pharmaceutical industry, which Irish vision integrator Crest Solutions says has changed the paradigm of how machine vision is purchased and integrated by pharmaceutical multinationals.
In his new role, he will manage and develop Xyntek's new Management and Information Systems Consulting Business Unit based in Chicago, Illinois, focusing on strategy consulting, business process re-engineering, and technology deployment around Xyntek's Industry 4.0 and Serialisation solution offerings.
Systech International, the global technology leader in serialisation, track and trace, and brand protection grew its European presence in 2017 by 50% with new accounts in France, Germany, Greece, Turkey, and Finland.
Inno4Life is launching the ISU3 Item Serialisation Unit 3, the hardware component of Systech UniSolve[TM].
By acquiring ROC IT and integrating the industry-leading edge solution, EdgeTRAC, into its family of serialisation software solutions, TraceLink offers solutions for serialised receiving, picking, shipping, returns, deactivation, aggregation, de-aggregation, label printing, and tag management of pharmaceutical products, alongside its serialisation software, country compliance solutions, and unique track and trace network currently used by more than 650 global customers to exchange compliance data with more than 255,000 supply chain endpoints.
Of the partnership, GS1 Malta CEO, David Calleja Urry said, "We have been looking for a partner in the traceability and serialisation space for some time now, and feel Authenticateit is a leader in this space.
We are in a similar position to the common majority of companies as we look to transition from several line-level serialization programs to enterprise-level serialisation across multiple sites.