digitise

[ UK /dˈɪd‍ʒɪtˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. put into digital form, as for use in a computer
    he bought a device to digitize the data
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How To Use digitise In A Sentence

  • And that desire to foster a copacetic synthesis between carbon-based life forms and artificial devices can be heard in every blip and digitized beat played.
  • The paper proposed a new digitized faceted classification model based on dynamic weight value which is originated from classify faceted classification model.
  • Odiogo is a service that digitizes your blog post into an audio file. Web 2.0
  • The images of endosperm without an aleurone layer were prepared by tracing cell contours on a transparent sheet from the microphotograph, and were digitized by a scanner and transformed into a binary image.
  • Digitised content is all about infotainment - films, television, and media more generally.
  • Secondly, simple model to calculate pulse noises which affect subscriber channel be digitized is used. This provides data basis for the design of channel filter.
  • Even without a network, it should not be beyond the wit of man to knock up a system that machine reads the passport and checks it against a digitised watchlist.
  • He called for more transparency by mayoral agencies, with agendas and plans made available online in advance, with digitized records for inserting comments, and "livestream" -- not sure if he meant audio or video -- of all meetings. Atlantic Yards Report
  • And the dynamic changes of coastline maps were generated with these extracting coastlines and those digitized from relief map and chart. The results were stored in Qingdao Coastal Zone Geo-database.
  • Hardware used to capture video images, process them, and send the digitised images to storage devices.
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