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			Bar Coding (1) - 




Graphical representation (generally narrow and wide bars) that represent one of a number of numeric or alphanumeric standards. 









 Reference: ECRC University of Scranton / Defense Logistics Agency





	
	
Related Terms: Bar Coding (1) - control | electronic commerce | electronic data interchange | inventory | technology |

ODIN - Origin-Destination Information versus Traffic Control, a DRIVE project. Acronym: ODIN Reference: Professor Derek Urwin, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, U.K., http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~pol028/index.htm

Related Terms: ODIN - international | trade |

Parts List Data Base - This tool controls parts inventory during fabrication and operation. PLDB provides inventory status of parts, prepares part list reports, generates purchase orders, and tracks cost/budget of parts. PLDB is linked to LSAR, Imaging, and Bar Coding. Acronym: PLDB Reference: ECRC University of Scranton / Defense Logistics Agency Included with permission from: National Security Industrial Association "CALS Expo '93, Proceedings and Reference

Related Terms: Parts List Data Base - components | data | data base | inventory | inventory control | logistics support analysis record | manufacturing | parts | production | purchasing |

Standard International Trade Classification - The United Nations numerical coding system for classifying commodities for international trade. Acronym: STIC

Related Terms: Standard International Trade Classification - commodity | international | trade |


Unless otherwise indicated, all entries in the LogisticsWorld Logistics Glossary are copyright 1997, Matthew D. Cox, logistics@logisticsworld.com.

 

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