Computer programming is the process of designing and building an executable computer program for accomplishing specific computing task. Programming involves tasks such as: analysis, generating algorithms, profiling algorithms' accuracy and resource consumption, and the implementation of algorithms in a chosen programming language (commonly referred to as coding). The source code of a program is written in one or more languages that are intelligible to programmers, rather than machine code, which is directly executed by the central processing unit. The purpose of programming is to find a sequence of instructions that will automate the performance of a task (which can be as complex as an operating system) on a computer, often for solving a given problem. The process of programming thus often requires expertise in several different subjects, including knowledge of the application domain, specialized algorithms, and formal logic.
Tasks accompanying and related to programming include: testing, debugging, source code maintenance, implementation of build systems, and management of derived artifacts, such as the machine code of computer programs. These might be considered part of the programming process, but often the term software development is used for this larger process with the term programming, implementation, or coding reserved for the actual writing of code. Software engineering combines engineering techniques with software development practices. Reverse engineering is the opposite process. A hacker is any skilled computer expert that uses their technical knowledge to overcome a problem, but it can also mean a security hacker in common language.
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Capture Documents and Extract Information quickly in Customer-Facing Situations
Today, the speed of business transactions is hectic. In many customer-facing situations, businesses need to scan
documents and capture information quickly, and move on to the next transaction ... fast!
Business representatives at a registration desk may have to scan a mix of paper documents and an ID or account card.
It’s important for the representative to keep these items from getting lost or misfiled while the transaction is in process.
Scanning should not divert the representative’s attention from the customer in front of him or her. Office managers
need their agents to stay focused on customers, completing functional tasks and increasing the number of transactions
per day: efficient imaging technology is essential.
A wide range of organizations face these common challenges including: medical office registration desks, bank teller lines,
state and municipal government offices, and insurance agencies.
Real-World Situations Addressed and Answered
Small, quiet, quick, and intelligently designed, the Kodak ScanMate
i1150 Scanner is designed for the way you work today.
Capture speed you need
With the “transaction mode” burst speed of the ScanMate i1150
Scanner you can zip through a small stack of documents – inclu-
ding cards – in mere moments. Many transactions involve 10 or
fewer documents. The ScanMate i1150 speeds up 60% to capture
the first 10 documents in Transaction Mode and then returns to
Convenient card holder
Our built-in card holder helps you keep track of cards – in your
sight and your customer’s – while you are scanning documents.
Jam-free operation and Intelligent Document Protection
Intelligent Document Protection “hears” problems and stops scan-
ning instantly to protect and preserve valuable documents. Kodak
Alaris’ renowned paper transport technology helps assure jam-
free, misfeed-free scanning.