Definitions for "Compilation"
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.
Preparation of a new or revised map or chart, or portion thereof, from existing maps, aerial photographs, field surveys, and other sources.
The assembly of source material such as aerial photographs, photogrammetric information, surveys and data taken from existing maps.
The production of a map or base plan from aerial photographs and geodetic control data using photogrammetric instruments and techniques.
Keywords:  lisp, emacs, ucode, powerada, debugger
the process of converting Icon source code to code for a virtual machine. The result of compiling a source code file is a pair of ucode files for the virtual machine.
Compilation is the process of creating an executable program from source code. Emacs has commands for compiling files of Emacs Lisp code (see section EmacsÍѤÎLisp¥³¡1/4¥É¥é¥¤¥Ö¥é¥ê) and programs in C and other languages (see section `make'¤Î1/4¹ԡ¤°ìÈ̤Υ³¥ó¥Ñ¥¤¥é¤Î1/4¹ԡ¥).
The process of converting the source code into object code.
a monthly, quarterly, or annual financial statement
a service where the accountant presents, in the form of financial statements, information that is the representation of an organization's management (owners) without undertaking to express assurance on the financial statements
An effort by a professional accountant to assemble an organizationâ€(tm)s records into financial statements in a consistent and readable format. An accountant performing a compilation does not test transactions or express any opinion about the organizationâ€(tm)s finances. Accordingly, it provides little or no assurance to an outsider about the organizationâ€(tm)s financial condition. Compare Audit and Review.
a CD by various artists
a collection of previously released tracks by one or more artists
an album with tracks by different artists, such as soundtracks or samplers
Keywords:  embed, leisure, rip, learners, stay
Videos that are made of scenes from other movies. These can be rip-offs so buy at your own risk and stay away from Leisure Time Productions.
A learning process in which learners embed declarative knowledge in highly domain specific rules or productions.
Keywords:  i'm, gather, moment, listening, music
The act or process of compiling or gathering together from various sources.
a fine way for me to take stock of what music I'm listening to and step back for a moment to gather the best of it in one place
Keywords:  noun
Keywords:  took, book, inventory, single, file
something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)
the act of compiling (as into a single book or file or list); "the job of compiling the inventory took several hours"
Phase of query processing which analyzes the query text and creates a query plan to be provided to the execution engine.
Keywords:  editor, glossary, entry, main, listed
A compilation is a work produced by many people with one person (or several) as the "editor".  Compilations normally have the title listed as the main entry (See also glossary entry "Main entry").
Keywords:  translation, act, performed
The act of translation performed by a compiler.
Keywords:  review, even, lower, level, service
an even lower level of service than a review