Definitions for "Capture"
The act of seizing by force, or getting possession of by superior power or by stratagem; as, the capture of an enemy, a vessel, or a criminal.
The thing taken by force, surprise, or stratagem; a prize; prey.
To seize or take possession of by force, surprise, or stratagem; to overcome and hold; to secure by effort.
to record (data) in a computer-readable form; as, to capture a transaction in a database.
A transaction generated after the Merchant has shipped the order. It triggers the movement of funds from the Issuer to the Acquirer and finally to the merchant's account.
Receiving and storing transaction data at the processor's host computer, to be submitted later for processing and payment.
Capture uses an IEEE 1394-compliant video camera recorder to make and play movies on your computer screen.
Also called Cap or Capping - To capture video or TV/Sattelite signals to disk. This can include firewire capture from DV cameras. VCDhelp Capture Section
To digitize, or import and convert, video and/or audio into digital format on your computer from external devices, such as a camcorder or VCR. You typically use a special video capture card to input analog video into your computer, and then convert and save it into digital files on your disk. With DV camcorders, you transfer digital data directly into your computer over a FireWire / 1394 interface. See also import.
The process of collecting a biometric sample from an end user.
To take a picture. To press the shutter release. Synonym of shoot, snap, etc.
the act of taking of a person by force
Keywords:  enemy, chess, opponent, pente, unmoved
to take control of, or remove from play; as, to capture a piece in chess.
(1) (verb) (of a trick) win;(2) (verb) (of a card) prevent an opponent's card from taking a trick by winning the trick with a higher card of the same suit.
To take an opponent's piece off the board and out of play.
a document that is scanned at the correct resolution through the adobe converter must then be captured in the second step. This is located in the Document menu of Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0.
Document capture is the method of obtaining the document image (either from scanning or importing) from which OCR for AnyDoc will extract data. Data capture is the extraction of this data, which can be used in a database or backend system.
(Scan) – The process of placing a behavior that is initiated by the subject under stimulus control by reinforcing the behavior as it spontaneously occurs.
to record or make a lasting representation of (sound or images); as, to capture an event on videotape; the artist captured the expression of grief on his face.
Does this mean recording sound? ie. Bug: capture doesn't work
A deliberate action that results in the registration of a record into a recordkeeping system. For certain business activities this functionality may be built into computer systems so that the capture of records is concurrent with the creation of records. See also Create. Source: Adapted from Standards Australia, AS 4390, Part 1, Clause 4.7.
Keywords:  bbs, readmail, sendwait, goto, remote
To 'catch' text that is being sent to your computer from a BBS and put it in a buffer or a file.
Saving text from BBS display to a file on the remote computer (normally in ASCII format). Chat - The ability to communicate with users on other lines (or nodes). Callers can chat back and forth in a live conversation.
To teach the PIC-200 a command code from a source remote controller.
Water withdrawn artificially from an aquifer derived from a decrease in storage in the aquifer, a reduction in the previous discharge from the aquifer, an increase in the recharge, or a combination of these changes. The decrease in discharge plus the increase in recharge is termed capture. Capture results in reduced surface flows.
The water diverted from the boundary sources of an aquifer by lowering the water table or piezometric surface at a particular point in the aquifer.
In public choice theory and political science, capture is said to occur when bureaucrats or politicians, who are supposed be acting in the public interest, end up acting systematically to favour particular vested interests. The theory of capture is associated with the Nobel laureate economist George Stigler, one of its main developers.
Replacement of all the other chain letters in a niche by the descendants of a single variation. The successful variation is then called hyper-competitive. See funneling event. CLEVO
The successful depolarization and contraction of a cardiac chamber caused by the pacemaker's output pulse. One-to-one capture occurs when each pacemaker output pulse results in a contraction of the appropriate chamber.
Cal Poly Touchtone Registration System. CAS Connections for Academic Success; an academic support program for low income or first generation Cal Poly students not receiving help from other SAS programs
Keywords:  redirect, lpt, netware, queue, printer
The NetWare command used to redirect printer output to a network printer. It is usually run in a batch file or login script.
To redirect a workstation's LPT (parallel) port to point to a network print queue instead of directly to a locally attached printer.
Keywords:  'prt, screen, sc, clipboard, tutorial
One can 'capture' a still image from a video using certain software. A 'screen capture' (i.e. creating an image of what you see currently on your PC screen) can be made by pressing 'ALT' + 'Prt Sc' in Windows. This can then be inserted into any document.
an advanced screen
Copy all or part of your screen into a Paint Shop Pro image See the Capture Tutorial
Keywords:  toady, snaring, rabbit, caught, hunting
capture as if by hunting, snaring, or trapping; "I caught a rabbit in the trap toady"
Keywords:  plx, feplot, workshop, visual, vector
Option for output of visualizations in a special vector format ( plx). Can be visualized in FEPLOT.
Analyze the design of a running Motif application and create a ".xd" file containing an identical design. Sun WorkShop Visual Capture does this.
Capture is a high interaction honeypot client / honeyclient that searches and identifies malicious servers on a network. Capture monitors the systems state, and checks for changes which malicious resources may cause.
to outflank an opposing disc or line of discs and flip them over to change their color; see outflank
Recording TV/satellite signals onto a disc. Sometimes called “cap” or “capping.
an entity of data recording, usually it comprises the frames that form a stack
Containment or recovery of emissions from a coating process for the purpose of exhaustion through a control device or stack. (EPA regulations apply)
Keywords:  wiper, sponge, grab, catch, instance
Capture means to catch, hold or grab onto a soil or substance. For instance, a sponge, wiper or cleaning cloth can capture and hold soils when used to clean a surface.
the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
to exert a strong psychological influence on; as, to capture the heart of a maiden; to capture the attention of the nation.
bring about the capture of an elementary particle or celestial body and causing it enter a new orbit; "This nucleus has captured the slow-moving neutrons"; "The star captured a comet"
Keywords:  enamored, attract, hearts, men, cause
attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
Keywords:  assay, sandwich, antibody, phase, solid
antibody used for coating on a solid phase in a sandwich assay
The securing of an object of strife or desire, as by the power of some attraction.
Keywords:  noun
a process whereby a star or planet holds an object in its gravitational field
any process in which an atomic or nuclear system acquires an additional particle
The process of obtaining images of a document for character recognition and operator use.
classical comprise consideration conversely
Keywords:  enter, extract, data, opposed, once
We capture data when we enter information into our system. Once data is captured it can be used for tracking, reporting, etc.
Extract information automatically through the use of software, as opposed to hand-entering of data into a computer file.
See data capture.
an object representing arguments in a function call
Keywords:  definition, import, see
See definition for: import
To read or image physical items into an electronic form.
Keywords:  information, see
See Information Capture.