Meaning Truncation
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The act of truncating, cutting short. See: Truncate.
Source: medicinenet.com

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Method of rendering the full PAN unreadable by permanently removing a segment of PAN data. Truncation relates to protection of PAN when stored in files, databases, etc. See Masking for protection of P [..]
Source: pcisecuritystandards.org

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The habit of merchants to display only some digits of a customer's credit card number on a sales draft or receipt, in order to provide better security while still enabling identification (for the [..]
Source: creditcards.com

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early 15c., from Late Latin truncationem (nominative truncatio ), noun of action from past participle stem of truncare (see truncate).
Source: etymonline.com

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A procedure in which a paper-based transfer order or other financial instrument is replaced, in whole or in part, by an electronic record of the content of that instrument for the purposes of further [..]
Source: ecb.europa.eu

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Also called catalexis, the act of dropping an unstressed syllable from a line where it would normally be expected to appear. See catalectic.
Source: web.cn.edu

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The deletion or omission of a leading or a trailing portion of a string in accordance with specified criteria.
Source: atis.org

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An electronic database search strategy in which a character (determined by the database) can be substituted for various endings of the stem of a word (e.g. myth? retrieves mythology, mythological, myt [..]
Source: usg.edu

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In a search, a word root followed by the truncation symbol will retrieve variant endings. Truncation is useful for retrieving both the singular and the plural forms of a word at the same time. See also: Boolean searching. For example, searching for the word communicat* will retrieve communication, communicate, communicates, communicator, and commun [..]
Source: ip-science.thomsonreuters.com

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The dropping of characters and the addition of a symbol at the end, beginning, or within a word in a keywords search to retrieve variant forms. Truncation is particularly useful in retrieving the sing [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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In ACH it normally refers to stopping or truncating a paper check as in POS or lockbox check truncation and turning that paper check into an electronic item.
Source: nationalmerchants.com

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See STEMMING.
Source: nassaulibrary.org

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A symbol placed after the root of a word in an online search to retrieve variant endings. Frequently used symbols include *, $, ?, and !. Example: librar* will find records that mention library, libraries, librarian, librarians, etc. Useful for expanding search results.
Source: library.ucdavis.edu

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(n) the property of being truncated or short(n) the replacement of an edge or solid angle (as in cutting a gemstone) by a plane (especially by a plane that is equally inclined to the adjacent faces) [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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The same as apocope.
Source: blogjam.name

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shortening by cutting off an end.
Source: di.uq.edu.au

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Use of the first few letters of a word as a search term in information retrieval.
Source: cs.cornell.edu

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A check-processing system in which the bank does not return canceled checks to the depositor with the monthly statement, thereby saving some sorting and postage costs.
Source: townandcountrybank.com

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The conversion of information on a check into an electronic format after the check enters the processing system. If converted to ACH, the SEC codes used are TRC and TRX.
Source: highradius.com

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Truncation allows you to search for a term and its variations by entering only the root of the term or phrase followed by an asterisk *. Use the truncation symbol only at the end of a term. See also wildcard (# or ?).
Source: oclc.org

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to shorten a word by dropping off one or more letters (usually after the root of the word) in an effort to search multiple forms of a word simultaneously.
Source: libguides.butler.edu

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The editing of a sample playback so that just the desired portion of the sample is played by moving the start and end point of the sample playback.
Source: testing1212.co.uk

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The act of truncating or shortening (in all senses) (mathematics) The removal of the least significant digits from a decimal number (geometry) The replacement of a solid angle by a plane (or a s [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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In mathematics and computer science, truncation is limiting the number of digits right of the decimal point.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Truncation is the term used for limiting the number of digits right of the decimal point by discarding the least significant ones. Truncation may also refer to:
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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In geometry, a truncation is an operation in any dimension that cuts polytope vertices, creating a new facet in place of each vertex. The term originates from Kepler's names for the Archimedean solids [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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In statistics, truncation results in values that are limited above or below, resulting in a truncated sample. A random variable y {\displaystyle y} is said t [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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