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多重クロス集計という,調査結果の集計方法 - EDR日英対訳辞書
トラフィック集計手段８１は、単位時間ごとの通信トラフィックをリアルタイムに集計する。 - 特許庁
This makes it easy to construct more specialized tools succinctly and efficiently in pure Python.For instance, SML provides a tabulation tool: tabulate(f)which produces a sequence f(0), f(1), ....例文帳に追加
ここで定義したツールは簡単に組み合わせて使用することができるようになっており、アプリケーション固有のツールを簡潔かつ効率的に作成する事ができます。 例えば、SMLの作表ツールtabulate(f)はf(0), f(1), ...のシーケンスを作成します。 - Python
サーバ側ではジョブログに含まれる管理コードの状態（有効／無効）に関わらず、集計可能とする。 - 特許庁
複数のアンケートを同時進行で実施している場合でも効率的にそれらの集計処理を行うこと。 - 特許庁
table + -ate; compare Late Latin tabulātus (“having a floor; floored”), perfect passive participle of tabulō (“to fit with planks”) + -ātus (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *-eh₂tos (“suffix forming adjectives from nouns indicating the possession of a thing または a quality”). Tabulō is derived from tabula (“board, plank”), of uncertain origin, possibly from Proto-Indo-European *teh₂- (a variant of *steh₂- (“to stand”)) + *-dʰlom (a variant of *-trom (“suffix forming nouns denoting tools または instruments”)).
- (transitive) To arrange in tabular form; to arrange into a table.
- 1700, William Leybourn, “Instrumental Arithmetick. The Third Part. Teaching, by a New Artifice (not heretofore Published, to My Knowledge, in any Language.) The Manner how to Set Down any Decimal Fraction Required: [...] by Certain Scales Contrived, Suitable to the Coins, Weights and Measures Now Used in England. And for the Extracting of the Square and Cube Roots. Also, by Nepair’s Bones [...]”, in Arithmetick, Vulgar, Decimal, Instrumental, Algebraical. In Four Parts, 7th edition, London: Printed by J. Matthews, for Awnsham and John Churchill, at the Black-Swan in Pater-Noster-Row, OCLC 1012074788, section II (By Nepair’s Bones), subsection IV (How to Apply to Lay Down any Numbers by the Rods), proposition I (Any Number being Given, how to Tabulate または Lay Down the Same by Rods), page 265:
- 1872 January, “[Official Department. Thirty-eighth annual report.] Report of the President of the Agricultural College”, in J. P. Wickersham, editor, The Pennsylvania School Journal: An Educational Magazine, volume XX, number 7, Lancaster, Pa.: Wylie & Griest, Inquirer Printing House and Bindery, OCLC 950904134, page 226:
- It [the School Department] gives advice and instruction concerning their duties to thirteen thousand school directors and controllers, furnishes them blanks, receives and tabulates their reports, reviews their accounts, judges whether they have kept their schools open according to law, and, if so, pays them the State appropriation for their respecive districts.
- 1903 March 25, G[opal] K[rishna] Gokhale, quoting Edward FitzGerald Law, “Budget Speech, 1903”, in Speeches of the Honourable Mr. G. K. Gokhale, C.I.E. Non-official Member of the Viceroys Legislative Council: With an Introduction and a Frontispiece, Madras: G[anapathi] A[graharam] Natesan & Co., Esplanade, published , OCLC 559375551, page 62:
- 1924 November, William Hulbert Barrow, “A General Athletic Ability Test”, in James Huff McCurdy, editor, American Physical Education Review, volume XXIX, number 9 (number 201 overall), [Springfield, Mass.: American Physical Education Association], OCLC 1480564, page 506, column 1:
- 1974, Allan B. Ellis, “Common Conceptions about Computers”, in The Use & Misuse of Computers in Education, New York, N.Y.: McGraw-Hill Book Company, →ISBN, part I (What is a Computer?), page 15:
- [Herman] Hollerith, a statistician for the United States government, was faced with the task of tabulating the figures of the 1890 census at a time when such tabulating would take more than ten years if done by hand. […] Faced with this prospect, Hollerith conceived the idea of representing the census data as holes on punched cards and of building machines that would sort these cards according to the holes they contained and that would tabulate and otherwise analyze the data.
- (transitive) To set out as a list; to enumerate, to list.
- 1867, Albert Günther, “Reptilia”, in Albert C[harles] L[ewis] G[otthilf] Günther, editor, The Record of Zoological Literature. 1866, volume III, London: John Van Voorst, Paternoster Row, OCLC 6715418, pages 121–122:
- Mr. [Edward Drinker] Cope has examined a collection from the territory of Arizona and in the Colorado district; it contained 44 species. […] He tabulates them according to their range into the neighbouring provinces, and points out that, herpetologically, the Sonoran and Lower Californian provinces are nearly as distinct from each other as the Sonoran is from the Central, […]
- 1955, Vladimir Nabokov, chapter 5, in Lolita, Paris: Olympia Press, OCLC 487306850; republished New York, N.Y.: Crest Giant, Fawcett World Library, December 1959, OCLC 970501025, page 19:
- You have to be an artist and a madman, […] in order to discern at once, by ineffable signs—the slightly feline outline of a cheekbone, the slenderness of a downy limb, and other indices which despair and shame and tears of tenderness forbid me to tabulate—the little deadly demon among the wholesome children; she stands unrecognized by them and unconscious herself of her fantastic power.
- (transitive, Scotland, obsolete) To enter into an official register or roll.
- 1687, George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, “King James the Fifth, Parl. 5. [Act 52.]”, in Observations on the Acts of Parliament, [...], Edinburgh: Printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to His Most Sacred Majesty, and are to be sold by Thomas Brown, and other book-sellers, OCLC 912903021, page 134:
- (transitive) To shape with a flat surface.
- (pharmacy, obsolete) A pill, a tablet.
- 1596, Philip Barrough [i.e., Philip Barrow], “Of Electuaries, and Conserues: of Lozenges, and Manus Christi”, in The Method of Phisick, Containing the Cavses, Signes, and Cvres of Inward Diseases in Mans Body, from the Head to the Foote. Whereunto is Added, The Forme and Rule of Making Remedies and Medicines, which Our Physitions Commonly Vse at this Day, with the Proportion, Quantitie, and Names of Each Medicine, book VII, 3rd corrected and augmented edition, Imprinted at London: By Richard Field, and are to be sold in Paules Church yard at the signe of the brasen Serpent, OCLC 800676065, pages 404–405:
- 1605, Christopher Wirtzung [i.e. Christof Wirsung]; Jacob Mosan, transl., “Of the Hart, the Most Precious Part of Mans Body”, in The General Practise of Physicke: Conteyning All Inward and Outward Parts of the Body, with All the Accidents and Infirmities that are Incident vnto Them, euen from the Crowne of the Head to the Sole of the Foote: [...] in the Germane Tongue, and now Translated into English, in Diuerse Places Corrected, and with Many Additions Illustrated and Augmented, [...], London: [Printed by Richard Field] Impensis [at the expense of] Georg[e] Bishop, OCLC 837735745, § 1 (Of the Fainting of the Hart in Generall. [The Order of Life または Diet for This Faintnes of the Hart.]), page 259:
- A Bad ſtomacke is otherwhiles no ſmall cauſe of this ſwouning, for it procureth before the ſwouning come a heate ouer the whole bodie. As ſoone as this ſhall be perceiued, it is not amiſſe to vſe for it confected Balſam wood, but in the ſtead thereof take Tabulates of Xyloaloe, which are very requiſite for it.
- 1834, [Robert Southey], “Quack and No Quack, being an Account of Dr. Green and His Man Kemp. Popular Medicine, Herbary, Theory of Signatures, William Dove, John Wesley, and Baxter.”, in The Doctor, &c., volume I, London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, OCLC 1020871086, page 236:
- For all faintness, hot agues, heavy fantasies and imaginations, a cordial was prepared in tabulates, which was called Manus Christi: the true receipt required one ounce of prepared pearls to twelve of fine sugar, boiled with rose water, violet water, cinnamon water, "or howsoever one would have them."
Tabulata (“extinct order of corals”) + -ate. Tabulata is derived from Latin tabulāta, from tabulātum (“flooring, storey”), from tabula (“board, plank”) + -tum (from -tus, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *-tus (“suffix forming action nouns from verb roots”)). See further at etymology 1. The order is so named because the corals are characterized by having tabulae.
- (paleontology) Describing a member of an extinct order of corals, the Tabulata: having tabulae (well-developed horizontal internal partitions within each cell).
- 1865, Samuel Haughton, “Lecture VIII”, in Manual of Geology (Galbraith かつ Haughton’s Scientific Manuals, Experimental かつ Natural Science Series), London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, OCLC 13824300, page 192:
- 1868 January, “American Association for the Advancement of Science”, in David A. P. Watt, editor, The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist: A Bi-monthly Journal of Natural Science, Conducted by a Committee of the Natural History Society of Montreal (Second Series), volume III, number 4, Montreal, Que.: Dawson Brothers, Great St. James Street, OCLC 614204891, pages 294–295:
- On the Zoological Affinities of the Tabulate Corals; by Prof. A. E. Verrill.—The questions discussed in this paper were the position of the tabulate corals among Polyps, and the true value of the tabulate structure in classification. […] Prof. [Addison Emery] Verrill, therefore, concludes that the tabulate structure is of secondary importance as a character, in fixing their affinities, and that the Tabulata must be dismembered,—Halisites, Millepora, and their allies, being classed as Hydroids; and Pocillopora and Favosites with other extinct tabulated genera, as true Polyps.
- 1879, H[enry] Alleyne Nicholson, “Thecidæ and Helioporidæ”, in On the Structure and Affinities of the “Tabulate Corals” of the Palæozoic Period: With Critical Descriptions of Illustrative Species, Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, OCLC 562505554, page 236:
- (paleontology) A member of the order Tabulata.
- 2013, Walter M. Goldberg, “A Brief History of Reefs and Corals”, in The Biology of Reefs and Reef Organisms, Chicago, Ill.; London: University of Chicago Press, →ISBN, section 13-2 (An Introduction to Paleozoic Corals), page 272, column 2:
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The remote controller 10A receives the present viewing and listening station information from the remote controllers 10B, 10C to tabulate the information together with its own viewing and listening station information.例文帳に追加
リモコン装置１０Ａは、リモコン装置１０Ｂ、１０Ｃから現視聴局情報を受信し、自己の現視聴局情報とともに集計する。 - 特許庁
The method also includes a step 504 for forming an interpolation table to tabulate pre-calculated pixel modulation states, and a step 506 for determining the specific pixel modulation states for each of the pixels in accordance with the interpolation table.例文帳に追加
前記方法はまた、事前に計算されたピクセル変調状態を表にまとめた補間表を形成するステップ５０４と、補間表に従って各ピクセルのために特定ピクセル変調状態を決定するステップ５０６とを含む。 - 特許庁
複数の監視回線で生じたトラフィック異常を検出することができ、かつ、所定の集約方法に従って具体的にトラフィック情報を集計することができるようにする。 - 特許庁
To enable a second user to designate a first user and get permission from the first user to tabulate a usage when the second user uses a data processor as the usage corresponding to the first user.例文帳に追加
第二のユーザが第一のユーザを指定して、第一のユーザの許可を得て、第二のユーザがデータ処理装置を使用した時の使用量を第一のユーザに対応する使用量として集計できるようにする。 - 特許庁
To automatically mark and tabulate entered content of true or false judgment even without performing in advance manual input of mark allocation information, etc. about educational materials for education used in educational facilities.例文帳に追加
教育機関で用いられる教育用教材について、配点情報の手入力等を予め行わなくても、正誤判定の記入内容についての自動採点集計を行うことを可能とする。 - 特許庁
A store RF tag reader/writer 12 receives signals from the counting RF tags 14 to tabulate the number of customers/groups, and a store PC 11 transmits tabulation data of counted number of customers/groups to an information tabulation/provision management server 1.例文帳に追加
店舗ＲＦタグリーダライタ１２は集計用ＲＦタグ１４の信号を受信して来客数やグループ数を集計し、店舗ＰＣ１１はその集計データを情報集計・提供管理サーバ１へ送る。 - 特許庁
To easily tabulate and grasp a CO_2 reduction effect accompanying a green purchase at the point of time of purchasing without requiring any artificial labor such as special measurement or tabulation.例文帳に追加
グリーン購入に伴うＣＯ_２削減効果を特段の測定や集計等の人的な手間を要することなく売り上げ時点で容易に集計して把握できるようにする。 - 特許庁
To tabulate usage of chapters, which are units that a user specifies as interested parts, so that the user can accurately specify the parts to be viewed and compactly reproduce only the parts to be viewed using a recording/reproduction apparatus.例文帳に追加
ユーザが興味のある箇所を明示的に特定した単位であるチャプターの利用度を集計して、視聴すべき箇所を精度よく特定し、記録再生装置を用いて視聴すべき箇所のみを短縮再生できるようにすること。 - 特許庁
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