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batch processing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
batch processingˌbatch ˈprocessing noun [uncountable] technical  TDa type of computer system in which the computer does several jobs one after the other, without needing instructions between each job
Examples from the Corpus
batch processingFirst of all, batch processing is out of the question.Many of the problems stemmed from an inflexible accounting structure and cumbersome batch processing.A plot queue management system for batch processing organises plotting by media types or for scheduling large plot jobs during off hours.Some analysts express concern that the new systems will be less secure and incapable of doing donkey work like batch processing.
From Longman Business Dictionarybatch processingˌbatch ˈprocessingCOMPUTING when a computer system processes different BATCHES (=groups) of data (=information) or different jobs one after the other processing
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