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Data processing, analysis, and dissemination* by Maphion Mungofa Jambwa** * This document is being issued without formal editing. ** The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not imply the expression of any opinion on the part of the United Nations Secretariat.

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Data processing is any computer process that converts data into information. The processing is usually assumed to be automated and running on a mainframe, minicomputer, microcomputer, or personal computer. Because data are most useful when well-presented and actually informative, data-processing systems are often referred to as information ...

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Automatic data processing is an almost obsolete data processing technique that was mainly done using electromagnetic devices, such as electric accounting machines and unit record equipment. Electronic data processing is the widespread, modern technique of collecting, manipulating, analyzing and presenting data and information. Electronic data ...

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Definition of data processing: General: Operations performed on a given set of data to extract the required information in an appropriate form such as diagrams, reports, or tables. See also electronic data processing. Dictionary Term of the Day Articles Subjects BusinessDictionary Business Dictionary ...

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Data processing definition is - the converting of raw data to machine-readable form and its subsequent processing (such as storing, updating, rearranging, or printing out) by a computer.

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Commercial data processing involves a large volume of input data, relatively few computational operations, and a large volume of output. For example, an insurance company needs to keep records on tens or hundreds of thousands of policies, print and mail bills, and receive and post payments.

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Data processing methods are a way to turn large amounts of raw data into usable and understandable information, using methods such as batch processing, real-time processing, data mining and statistical processing. Data processing used to be done by hand and took a very long time, but today almost all data processing is done by computers, making ...

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2 Data Pr ocessing Concept 2.1 Introduction Each organisation, regardless of its size or purpose, generates data to keep a record of events and transactions that take place within the business. Generating and organising this data in a useful way is called data processing. In this lesson,

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Data processing systems or methods that are specially adapted for managing, promoting or practicing commercial or financial activities. Groups G06Q 10/00 - G06Q 50/00 and G06Q 99/00 only cover systems or methods that involve significant data processing operations, i.e. data processing operations that need to be carried out by a technological, e ...

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6) Storage is the last stage in the data processing cycle, where data, instruction and information are held for future use. The importance of this cycle is that it allows quick access and retrieval of the processed information, allowing it to be passed on to the next stage directly, when needed.