That which is compiled; especially, a book or document composed of materials gathering from other books or documents.
(NIST) Translating a program expressed in a problem-oriented language or a procedure oriented language into object code. Contrast with assembling, interpret. See: compiler.
a collection of pre-existing materials and data so arranged to form a new original work under the law of copyright.
collection of songs from various sources
a collection of inter-related sea stories, triumphs and tragedies, about ships and people and pioneers
a collection of pre-existing material
a collection of preexisting material which has been assembled into a new form
a group of works whose arrangement is sufficiently unique to be copyrighted as a work itself
a specific collection of Purchased Download Titles that are arranged together in a particular order
An audio production where at least 50% of the songs are re-issues of previously released recordings of copyright music.
a work, such as a book, file, document, or list, composed of materials gathering from other sources (books, files, documents, or lists). Since, by definition, a compilation is prepared from pre-existing materials, all that copyright will protect in a compilation is the selection and/or arrangement of the the materials, provided that the selection and arrangement is sufficiently original.
(As defined by the Copyright Statute) A "compilation" is a work formed by the collection and assembling of preexisting materials or of data that are selected, coordinated, or arranged in such a way that the resulting work as a whole constitutes an original work of authorship. The term "compilation" includes collective works. 17 U.S.C. § 101.
means a collection including the Licensed Material and other items (which may or may not individually have copyright) which are assembled together using sufficient skill and care as to attract copyright protection for the collection as a whole (see also ' Derivative')
A work made up of preexisting data or materials selected and arranged in a creative and novel way so that the resulting work qualifies for copyright protection.
For copyright purposes, a work formed by selecting and assembling preexisting materials (generally facts or data unprotected by copyright) in a unique way to form an original work of authorship. A database is a good example of a compilation. A compilation must have some creative aspects -- such as the way it is organized and the materials selected for inclusion -- to qualify for copyright protection. For example, a list of favorite Web sites including the word "gelatin," arranged by category, would be rather creative, while a phone directory would not.
Collection of information or materials from other sources