copy [copies, -pl.] ; copying ; dump ; duplicate ; offloading [off-loading] ; reproduction ; single copy [multiple copies, -pl.] ; transcript ; duplicating ; download ; duplication.
Usually a central cataloguing agency is based upon a national library or copyright office, where publishers are required by law to send at least one copy of every book published in that country.
The copying of words and phrases from the schedules encourages the indexer to use them as they stand.
On The Source this can be sent from disk in one 'dump', which CompuServe accepts messages only in response to line-by-line prompts.
Because duplicates can be easily made, sheaf catalogues were popular in applications where multiple copies were desirable.
It enables easy access to on-line data bases and CD-ROM, off-loading of records, editing, and office tasks such as spreadsheets and word processing.
Acknowledgements: the author wishes to acknowledge her debt to the authors of the literature that has gone before, and also to the various persons and organisations that have kindly permitted the reproduction of their work.
As stated earlier, the main purpose of electrostatic copiers is to produce single copies, but they will produce multiple copies very rapidly.
The cataloguer must make an exact transcript of the title on the title page.
This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods = This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods.
The software enables the user to specify the entry point of the download.
A catalogue code is a systematic arrangement of laws and statutes so as to avoid inconsistency and duplication in catalogues.
catalogación por copia
Results revealed that copy cataloguing from the National Union Catalogue took less time and cost less than original cataloguing.
copia caché [En Internet, réplica en un servidor Web de páginas Web que existen en otro servidor Web y que son muy frecuentadas para facilitar su acceso]
Caching involves retaining copies of Web pages that have previously been visited by customers of that service.
copia de archivo [Generalmente reproducción en papel de una imagen]
The combination will yield an archival print that will last for many decades or up to a century without fading or degradation of colour.
copia de catalogación [Copia y adaptación de los registros bibliográficos producidos por terceros]
The author recommends that judaica libraries and librarians devote greater attention to cataloguing with greater emphasis on creative rather than derivative cataloguing.
copia de papel de calco [Copia obtenida al mismo tiempo que se escribe el original mediante la colocación de papel de calco en el verso del original]
An edition includes all copies produced from essentially the same original production (e.g., the original and carbon copies of a typescript).
copia de seguridad
The operations staff makes special backup copies of the catalogs in the network, reconstructs the files in case of a serious mishap, enters new system logon names, assigns authorization levels, and so forth.
Management of data bases includes such details as: keeping sufficient supplies of floppy discs, updating the data bases, keeping duplicate copies of the data bases, preparation of instruction guides and so on.
As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
copia de seguridad del sistema
This article discusses the production of listings, and system backup and security.
The CD-ROM will contain 10000 facsimile images of the papers, indexed such that users can gain quick access to single documents = El CD-ROM contendrá 10.000 imágenes digitalizadas de los artículos, indizados de modo que los usuarios pueden acceder rápidamente a los documentos concretos.
The controls upon abuse of fair dealing will be complex, and I have no easy answers, but we shall have to find answers if we are not to be faced with requests from rights-holders for fees of a great magnitude for electro-copying.
copia en papel [Reproducción de un documento en papel]
hard copy [hardcopy]
The enlargement ratio is the relationship between the dimensions of a hard copy and the corresponding dimensions of the microimage.
A facsimile reproduction is a reproduction that has as its chief purpose to simulate the physical appearance of the original work as well as to provide an exact replica of the text.
copia impresa [Por impresora]
Libraries of the future will spend larger and larger portions of their budgets not on books, but to finance patrons' acquisitions of print-outs of desired documents located through the online catalogue.
In the first phase of the project, print copies were delivered to UMI by vehicle.
However, these 'libraries' also had a substantial number and apparently growing collection of materials from the U.S. and numerous website print-offs from anti-Castro groups.
This manuscript is a fair copy made either by an independent scribe or by Shakespeare himself = Este manuscrito es una copia literal realizada por un copista independiente o por el mismo Shakespeare.
copia mecanografiada [Documento escrito a máquina a diferencia de su versión impresa o escrita a mano]
A manuscript is a writing made by hand (including musical scores), typescripts, and inscriptions on clay tablets, stone, etc.
copia por ciclostil
One may occasionally hear it referred to as cyclostyling or mimeographing.
multiple copies [single copy, -sing.]
The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
era de la copia electrónica, la [Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo]
electrocopying era, the
We argue strongly for the continuation into the electro-copying era of the fair dealing provisions in legislation designed for the photocopying era.
error de copia
Equally important, the cataloger can be assured that changes will be applied with mechanical consistency, without any possibility of clerical error or oversights.
Compared to the first group, the second group had significantly fewer errors, with careless mathematical and clerical mistakes almost eliminated.
make + multiple copies
The search results can be edited, possibly to eliminate unwanted references, to make multiple copies, or perhaps to make a more impressive-looking report.
hacer copias mediante multicopista por disolvente
One of the advantages of spirit duplication is that errors on the master can be erased by gently removing the layer of dye with a razor blade.
hacer más copias de Algo
produce + additional copies
A line printer can only produce about four readable copies using carbon interleaved paper, so additional copies must either be produced by photocopying or by rerunning the computer, both of which are relatively costly.
hacer una copia [Coger datos de una base de datos, en línea o en CD-ROM, y transferirlos a otro ordenador para procesarlos y/o integrarlos en otra aplicación]
To download is to capture data online from a remote host computer and transfer it to the store of an in-house standalone system, eg a microcomputer, for processing.
hacer varias copias de Algo
reproduce in + multiple copies
produce + multiple copies
It is a contradiction in terms to refer to something which has been written and reproduced in multiple copies as 'unpublished'.
Multiple copies of entries cannot be produced with carbons and a typewriter due to the thickness of the card, but small duplicating machines and photocopiers can be utilized.
libertad de copia [Concepto opuesto a 'copyright' por el cual cualquier persona puede hacer uso libre de un material, generalmente informático]
Some non-profit organizations encourage translation of their material with 'copyleft' statements which allow free non-commercial dissemination.
ser una copia exacta de
be a dead ringer for
The final photocopy was a dead ringer for the PDF files downloaded from the CBS website.
sistema de copias de seguridad
Steps were taken to assure that a backup system would be in place should the system fail again.