Electronic commerce dictionary



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A lexicon of electronic commerce terms. It includes over 900 terms and acronyms, and over 200 website addresses. It has entries on commerce over the World-Wide Web, Internet payment systems, The National Information Infrastructure, Electronic Data Interchange, Electronic Funds Transfer, Public Key Cryptography, smart cards and digital cash, computer and network security for commerce, marketing through electronic media.
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    noun 1. (chem) the arrangement of electrons in the orbitals of an atom or molecule

  • Electronic data interchange

    application, communications (EDI) The exchange of standardised document forms between computer systems for business use. EDI is part of electronic commerce. EDI is most often used between different companies (“trading partners”) and uses some variation of the ANSI X12 standard (USA) or EDIFACT (UN sponsored global standard). [Electronic Commerce Dictionary]. (1995-10-06)



  • Electronic-data-processing

    noun 1. .

  • Electronic-editing

    noun 1. Television. the editing of videotape by electronic operations without cutting and splicing the tape. 2. Movies. the editing of film assisted by a duplicate of the action on videotape. noun 1. (radio, television) editing of a sound or vision tape recording by electronic rerecording rather than by physical cutting



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