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Definition of the noun aggregator
What does aggregator mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: aggregators
- a person who collects things
- lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
- synonym of aggregator: collector
- more generic words: individual / mortal / person / somebody / someone / soul = a human being
- more specific terms:
- archivist = a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archives
- conchologist = a collector and student of mollusc shells
- numismatologist / coin collector / numismatist = a collector and student of money
- packrat = a collector of miscellaneous useless objects
- stamp collector / philatelist = a collector and student of postage stamps
Alternative definition of the noun aggregator
- Someone or something which aggregates.
- An online feed reader, generally used for RSS or Atom feeds to keep track of updates to blogs, news sources, and other websites all on one page. Users can subscribe to the aggregator to receive feeds via email.
Aggregator a.k.a. News aggregator: In computing, a news aggregator, also termed a feed aggregator, feed reader, news reader, RSS reader or simply aggregator, is client software or a web application which aggregates syndicated web content such as online newspapers, blogs, podcasts, and video blogs in one location for easy viewing.
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Preparing for the BGP, VPRN and Multicast Exams by Glenn Warnock, Mira Ghafary, Ghassan Shaheen
Aggregator is an optional transitive attribute that may be included in route updates formed by aggregation. A BGP router performing route...
AS4- Aggregator is a related attribute defined in RFC 4893. It is an optional transitive attribute ...
Issues and Challenges by Tan Wee Hin, Leo
An aggregator is a program or website that collects RSS feeds for viewing or reading.
Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications by Tatnall, Arthur
An aggregator is a program or website that collects RSS feeds...
Web 2.0 for Schools (2009)
Learning and Social Participation by Julia Alison Davies, Guy Merchant
Using an aggregator means that you can easily access information across many websites in less time than it takes to visit each one. The popular web-portal www.netvibes. com is a quick and easy way of aggregating feeds.
Multiservice Edge Aggregator is the foundation for the recent joint success at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. The CN 2600 enables TDM aggregation, LAN and SAN extension, and video transport applications. Through ...
by Jinyue Yan
The EV aggregator is a specific market intermediary and it is supposed to play a fundamental role in GIV architecture. It is responsible for gathering a fleet of EVs into a single entity. Depending on the grid service provided, aggregators are ...
Content Is Cash (2011)
Leveraging Great Content and the Web for Increased Traffic, Sales, Leads and Buzz by Wendy Montes de Oca
aggregator is a site that gathers a specific kind of information from multiple sites. Some well-known examples are Google News and Yahoo! News. If you want Google News to carry your content, you must meet certain criteria. Typically, your ...
The general CES aggregator is an attractive form because it nests so many economically relevant cases. Figure T-1 shows various specifications of the general CES aggregator function in (A.5.3). Taking the limit of (A.5.3) as ρ → 0, a fixed ...
Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More by BusinessNews Publishing
An aggregator is a company or service which collects a large variety of goods and then makes them easy to find. Aggregators typically fall in one of five categories: 1. Physical goods – companies like eBay and Amazon. These companies sell ...
Experiencing MIS (2015)
Computer science, Information technology by Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Data aggregator: A data aggregator is an organization such as Acxiom ...
The whole point of being a vehicle-to-grid network or an aggregator is that you can trade that power. You need at least a megawatt of constant supply.
The Semantic Web (2005)
by Lytas Miltiadis
The Data Aggregator is a grid service that encodes information about EU-MEDIN resources into RDF. The RDF encoding work is done by creating a Jena RDF model in built-in memory and inserting the information from the Editor as a set of ...
Blog It! (2012)
by Kristin Fontichiaro
An aggregator is a special kind of Web site. You set up an account and tell the site which blogs you want to follow. Some popular RSS aggregators include iGoogle and Google Reader. Each of them looks a bit different. Choose whichever one ...
by Thomas Ledger
The idea behind a content aggregator is that a single software or website should act as a portal through which other websites or content are displayed. Users visit content displayed on a central portal, which then links to content on other ...
by Peter Rea, David K. Irving
An aggregator is a much larger distributor that already has the negotiating deal with these types of platforms. One such distributor is Shorts International LTD., the world's leading short movie entertainment company with a library of over 3000 ...
by Chair Virtual Learning Environments and Professor Graduate Programs Chamberlain College of Nursing Editor-In-Chief Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (Ojni) Dee McGonigle, Dee McGonigle, Kathleen Mastrian
An MP3 aggregator is a program that can facilitate the process of finding, subscribing to, and downloading podcasts. A commonly known aggregator is Apple Computer's iTunes, which is a free program available as a download from apple.com ...
News on the Internet (2012)
Information and Citizenship in the 21st Century by David Tewksbury, Jason Rittenberg
News Aggregators A news aggregator is a service that combines many different news outlets into a single, condensed source. Whereas news feeds are based on sources (e.g., a user chooses to follow CNN's feed), aggregators tend to be ...
12th International Workshop, CLIMA XII, Barcelona, Spain, July 17-18, 2011, Proceedings by Joao Leite, Paolo Torroni, Thomas Agotnes, Guido Boella, Leon van der Torre
An ontology aggregator is a function F : On(L)N → 2L mapping any profile of satisfiable ontologies to an ontology. Observe that, according to this definition, the ontology we obtain as the outcome of an aggregation process need not be ...
by Robert L. Heath
An aggregator, or reader, is a website or software program that continuously searches multiple websites, including news sites, blogs, and podcasts, for new content. When fresh information is located, it is “aggregated” or summarized into one ...
The Most Up-To-Date and Accessible Guide to Business Ever by Capstone
Content aggregator Content aggregators are companies that gather, process and distribute online content. Content is supplied to content aggregators by content partners. Proprietary software is used to deliver the content to the client or, ...
by Joan M. Reitz
aggregator 1 5 publicly supported libraries in the United States are affirmative action employers. The legality of affirmative action has been called into question by individuals and political groups who believe that legislating equality ...
by Jonathan Law
aggregator A firm that collates and presents information about an individual's bank accounts, investments, insurance policies, ...
by Pagani, Margherita
RSShastwo components: an XML-based RSS feed and an RSS aggregator. Users can subscribe to the blog's RSS feed and will be notified when new content is posted. ARSS aggregator can help one keep up with all the favorite blogs by ...
by Wang, Victor C.X.
To receive RSS feeds, the user needs a feed reader, also known as a feed aggregator or news aggregator. Most major Web sites, especially commercial sites, now offer feeds for ...
by Mehdi Khosrowpour
' Aggregator Agent-Group-Role ( AGR): a generic model of multi-agent organizations which does not impose any constraints on the architecture of agents. AGR conforms to the OCMAS principles.
A Dictionary of Marketing (2016)
by Charles Doyle
aggregator A *website, software program, or service that collects related items of content from a variety of sources and displays them directly, or else ...
An Encyclopedia of Lobbying, Political Influence, and Corruption by Amy Handlin
As a news aggregator, The Huffington Post collects stories posted on other websites that may be of interest to its readers. It is one of a growing number of politically themed news sites. Another leading example of a political news aggregator is ...
by Oxford University Press
aggregator 14 aggregator A firm that collates and presents information.
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- EWP Aggregator
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- Google News - aggregator
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- Twitter aggregator
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- Paper aggregator
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- G20 Voice Pageflakes aggregator
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- ColaLife Aggregator in Pageflakes
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- Chris Demos People Aggregator
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- Aggregator Meaning
Video shows what aggregator means. Someone or something which aggregates.. An online feed reader used to keep track of updates to blogs, etc.. Aggregator ...
- Website aggregator Meaning
Video shows what website aggregator means. A website that consolidates information from a multitude of other websites (often by means of newsfeeds), ...
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Scrabble value of A1G2G2R1E1G2A1T1O1R1
The value of this 10-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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