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tel·e·proc·ess·ing

 (tĕl′ə-prŏs′ĕs′ĭng, -prō′sĕs′-)
n.
Computer service by means of terminals remote from the central computer.

teleprocessing

(ˌtɛlɪˈprəʊsɛsɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) the use of remote computer terminals connected to a central computer to process data

teleprocessing

The combining of telecommunications and computer operations interacting in the automatic processing, reception, and transmission of data and/or information.
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Noun1.teleprocessing - data processing in which some of the functions are performed in different places and connected by transmission facilities
data processing - (computer science) a series of operations on data by a computer in order to retrieve or transform or classify information
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Kellogg has an undergraduate degree in business and accounting and a graduate degree in teleprocessing science from the University of Southern Mississippi.
In a case bearing a startling resemblance to that of Anat Kam's, the Military Police are investigating whether a senior NCO with the IDF's Teleprocessing Branch illegally copied thousands of secret documents, it said.
Signal officers also serve as technical advisers by providing detailed technical direction and advice to commanders, staffs and other command, control, communications and computer users at all echelons on installing, operating and maintaining distributed database systems, teleprocessing systems and data communications supporting battlefield automated systems.
The teleprocessing network problem described in the literature [6][10] is to find an optimal topological network design problem for two classified sets of nodes.
Influenza data were provided by the teleprocessing national network of monitoring and information on transmissible diseases (Valleron and Garnerin 1992), except for the Paris metropolitan area, where the influenza indicator was defined, during influenza epidemics (as defined by the Regional Group for the Observation of Influenza; GROG) (Cohen et al.