tagging program

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Noun1.tagging program - a computer program that attaches labels to the grammatical constituents of textual matter
computer program, computer programme, programme, program - (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; "the program required several hundred lines of code"
sense tagger - a tagging program whose labels indicate the meanings of words or expressions
part-of-speech tagger, pos tagger - a tagging program whose labels indicate a word's part of speech
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As manager of the IGFA's Great Marlin Race (IGMR)-a global marlin satellite tagging program that is in its eighth year--she is swimming in valuable data.
'We are very excited about the work we are doing with WWF-Pakistan and are looking forward to increasing regional cooperation with the participating countries through workshops such as these which will allow regional scientists an enriching database and information on safe releases of turtles and tagging program. Engro is confident that the level of expertise and knowledge of these scientists and conservationists will lead to the successful development and recovery action plans for the conservation of marine life,' said Aman ul Haque, head of Engro Foundation.
As an NOAA Apex predator tagging program, Sudal is required to "tag" sharks, in order to track their migration routes, reproduction, and growth patterns.
The tagging program allows the company to maintain detailed information about the product's date of manufacture, installation and service history, giving customers access to the data through a smartphone or other device.
This study provides a summary of a long-term cobia tagging program and information for future management of this species.
CVS has also implemented a shelf tagging program, "Fit Choices," to help customers easily find more healthful products that meet a variety of nutritional and dietary goals.
CVS/pharmacy says it is also launching Fit Choices, an in-store tagging program that aims to guide shoppers to healthier options in the consumables department.
Gail Zydlewski and colleagues at the University of Maine to begin a tagging program to monitor shortnose migratory behaviors and use of rivers within the Pine Tree State.
A public advertising campaign and in-store tagging program, so that consumers can easily identify both retailers and products that exceed SFC's standards, is in the works as well.
The spatial distribution of mark-recaptured Atlantic billfish presented in our study reflects the successes, and limitations, of a constituent based conventional tagging program (Ortiz et al., 2003).
Pallets are tagged internally or come from more than 150 suppliers participating in the company's tagging program. According to Plenge, Metro plans to increase this number to 400 for 2008.