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Definition of the noun abstractor

What does abstractor mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: abstractors

  1. one who makes abstracts or summarizes information
    • lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
    • alternative spelling: abstracter
    • more generic words: author / writer = writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally

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Google previewSuccessful Evolution of Software Systems (2003)

by Hongji Yang, Dr. Martin Ward

The program abstractor is an inference engine. Various abstractions are classified into corresponding catalogs, and abstraction rules are implemented as inference rules. The extracted ITL specification is stored in the ITL LISP database, in a ...

Google previewBasic Simple Type Theory (1997)

by J. Roger Hindley

An abstractor is an occurrence of Ax for some x. A subterm of M is any term P that occurs in M. 9A2.1 Note It is easy to prove that at most one term can occur in M at one position. (We assume of course that a term cannot be simultaneously an ...

Google previewRiparian Water Regulations (2002)

Guidelines for Withdrawal Limitations and Permit Trading by J. Wayland Eheart

Abstractor is a person or entity which removes water from a stream or aquifer for personal or other use. It is synonymous with "user" or "withdrawer." Accretion is the movement of water from an aquifer to a stream through its banks or bed.

Google previewAdvanced Indexing and Abstracting Practies

In choosing abstractors much depends upon the nature of the organization and its resources, as well as upon the purpose of the final abstract. The ideal abstractor is a person with subject expertise, foreign language abilities and abstracting ...

Google previewIntroduction to Knowledge Systems (2014)

by Mark Stefik

The data abstractor is a small classification system in its own right. There are many implementation choices here. For example, in some applications it may be convenient to formalize a language of abstractions and to write a rule grammar for ...

Google previewSoftware Evolution with UML and XML (2005)

by Hongji Yang

The architecture abstractor is the most important part, acting as an inference machine. Abstraction rules for various domain applications are classified into profiles and implemented as inference rules. Abstraction patterns are identified and ...

Google previewEnglish Dictionary (1835)

by Samuel Johnson

abstractor. epitome” in more respects than one. Not content with omitting the authorities as given at full length, and the etymological remarks, (a rule that has been adhered to in the present Abridgement,) Dr. Johnson left out a great number of ...

Google previewFather Van's progressive dictionary for versification (1900)

by Amandus Vandendriessche

ABACTOR, abstractor, actor, attractor, benefactor, contractor, detractor, factor, malefactor, protractor, refractor, tractor, transactor. 8. ABACUS, abdominous, absonus, abstemious,' acephalous, acetous, acidiferous, acidulous, acrimonious, □ ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1991)

Volume 24 - Supplement 9: Computer Languages: The C Programming Language to Standards by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

symbol is called the abstractor and introduces a parameter (or bound variable), the dot (.) precedes the rule (or body) that tells us how to use the ...

Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-bhéarla; or, An Irish-English dictionary [by J. O'Brien]. (1768)

by John O'Brien (R.C. bp. of Cloyne.)

Gea'rr-fhoirm , an abstractor abridgmejit. Gea'rrghuin, a horse leech. • Gearróg , fortune , face , desti- ny. Géar-smacht , severiry. Geart , milk. GEA'RTHÒiR,a carver , a hewer. Gtanhóìr Connuiih, a wood-cutter. Géaruígheachd , railing, sati- ...

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

actress benefactress malefactress AK-CHUR contracture fracture manufacture AK-TUR abstractor actor benefactor chiropractor co-contractor cofactor compactor contractor detractor enactor exacter extractor factor infractor malefactor protractor ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research (2014)

by David Coghlan, Mary Brydon-Miller

Artcan help people interrogate questions andfurther abstractor concretizecomplexideas.

Google previewDictionary of Real Estate Terms, 8th edition (2013)

by Jack P. Friedman, Ph.D., J. Bruce Lindeman, Ph.D.

Example: An abstractor can research title to property going back to the date that the property was granted to the United States. This chain of title is helpful in preparing an attorney's OPINION OF TITLE, as to whether the owner has a marketable ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3S1T1R1A1C3T1O1R1

The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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