Access in spanish

access1 = acceso, entrada. 

Example: Access to the contents of data bases is via some computer-searching technique, often using an online terminal.

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» access capabilities = posibilidades de acceso.

Example: Large central research libraries want improved access or searching capabilities most, while multilocationed libraries (public, academic, or special) want remote catalog access the most.

» access control = control de acceso.

Example: Apart from serving as 'electronic money', smart cards are already being envisaged as identification and access control passes, bearers of personal records, encryption devices and so on.

» access for all = acceso para todos, todo el mundo debe tener acceso a la información.

Example: We took the view that to fulfil the principle of access for all libraries must continue to provide information in a variety of ways, for example through print and the oral tradition.

» access language = lenguaje de consulta.

Example: Whether the item of information is in an encyclopaedia article, a textbook, a patent specification, an autograph letter, a citation in a bibliographic data-base, a trade catalogue, a newspaper article, an audio-cassette, or any possible alternative, it can only be traced by employing the access language of the collection.

» access point = punto de acceso. [En lenguajes documentales, nombre, término o símbolo por el que se accede a un registro bibliográfico, generalmente el nombre del autor, el título de la obra, la materia]

Example: This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.

» access point = punto de acceso. [Aquello que actúa como elemento de conexión a otros elementos]

Example: Such libraries act as access points to the full range of resources that are housed in the central libraries with which they are linked.

» access-point file = fichero de punto de acceso.

Example: Access-point files are the equivalent of library catalogs, each from a different point of view.

» access ramp = rampa de acceso.

Example: The library should provide facilites for disabled people, including special toilets, access ramps and automatic doors.

» access right = derecho de acceso.

Example: University or industrial employment contracts seldom promise email accounts, space on servers, or other access rights.

» access software = programas de acceso. [Programas de acceso a la información contenida en las bases de datos]

Example: This paper lists areas of user expectations in access software for CD-ROM and other optical products.

» access speed = tiempo de acceso. [Los milisegundos que la cabeza lectora tarda en encontrar la información que se desea en un disco]

Example: Floppy disks offer higher data access speed and transfer than Winchester disks.

» access time = tiempo de acceso. [En tecnología de la información, tiempo que tarda un ordenador en obtener información de su dispositivo de almacenamiento y presentárselo al usuario]

Example: Access time is the time taken by a computer to obtain information from its backing store.

» access time = hora del acceso.

Example: The log file contains the log of all the accessed URLs, their access time and the IP address of the caller.

» access tool = instrumento para la recuperación.

Example: This congressional material was vastly underused because at that time there were no good access tools.

» access vector = expresión de búsqueda.

Example: As can be seen, the access vector needs no additional 'rogue' entry, 'ZZZ' in this case, to point one beyond the last entry in the record number list.

» article-level access = acceso a los artículos de las publicaciones periódicas.

Example: The article 'article-level access to the online catalog at Vanderbilt University' is a contribution to an issue on locally loaded data bases in on-line library systems.

» authenticated access = acceso identificado.

Example: This provides staff with authenticated access to the network from their own personal device when on campus.

» card access system = sistema de acceso mediante tarjeta.

Example: The experts respond to the following questions: will schools ever be free of weapons; will card access systems become common in public schools; will metal detectors solve school security problems; and will students ever be issued bullet-proof vests along with textbooks?.

» CD-ROM access = acceso por CD-ROM.

Example: The Library set out to compare the relative merits of remote access, CD-ROM access, and locally loaded data files.

» closed access = de acceso restringido.

Example: With closed access collections the choice of arrangement may present only limited problems, since the librarian will act as an intermediary between the stock and the user.

» closed access collection = fondos de acceso restringido.

Example: With closed access collections the choice of arrangement may present only limited problems, since the librarian will act as an intermediary between the stock and the user.

» closed access stacks = fondos de acceso restringido. [Colección no accesible al público en general y a la que sólo puede acceder el bibliotecario y otras personas especialmente autorizadas]

Example: Until recently movable shelving was used mainly in closed access stacks, but since some systems can be operated safely by anyone, it is being used increasingly in open access stacks.

» concurrent access = acceso concurrente, acceso simultáneo. [En recuperación de información, consulta de datos por varios usuarios a la vez]

Example: An alternative for providing concurrent access is to mount journal citation files on a local library system.

» dedicated access = acceso dedicado.

Example: OCLC Europe supports a nationwide telecommunications network in the United Kingdom and Ireland to provide users with dedicated access to the OCLC data bases and associated service in the US.

» deny + Nombre + access = negar el acceso, prohibir el acceso, no permitir el acceso, impedir el acceso.

Example: Lawyers are being denied access to more than 200 foreign nationals arrested during a raid on a Methodist church this weekend.

» dial-access = acceso mediante línea telefónica.

Example: Remote or invisible users are increasing in numbers as more libraries implement dial-access to their catalogues and investigate the viability of networks.

» dial-in access = acceso mediante llamada telefónica.

Example: It describes recent software developments and those planned for the future, such as dial-in access to Silverplatter data bases.

» dial-up access = acceso mediante llamada telefónica.

Example: It is possible to use dial-up access via the public switched telephone network.

» direct access = acceso directo. [En tecnología de la información, utilización de archivos de ordenador por medio de soportes físicos, como discos, casetes, cartuchos, que el usuario inserta en el ordenador]

Example: Direct access involves the use of computer files via carriers (e.g. disks, cassettes, cartridges) designed to be inserted into a computer or its auxiliary equipment by the user.

» EARL (Electronic Access to Resources in Libraries) = EARL (Acceso electrónico a los recursos de las bibliotecas). [Consorcio de bibliotecas públicas británicas cuyo objetivo es colaborar en la creación de servicios basados en Internet]

Example: EARL (Electronic Access to Resources in Libraries) is a consortium of UK public libraries which have joined together to provide support, advice and help in the development of Internet based services.

» e-only access = acceso sólo electrónico.

Example: UK universities are increasingly moving to e-only access to e-journals through licensing content.

» equity of access = igualdad de acceso.

Example: Reference services exist to help the less adroit find information and their fundamental value lies in equity of access to information.

» ERPANET (European Resource Preservation and Access Network) = ERPANET (Red Europea para el Acceso y la Preservación de Recursos).

Example: ERPANET (European Resource Preservaton and Access Network) is a European initiative in the area of preservation of cultural heritage and scientific digital objects.

» European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA) = Comisión Europea para la Preservación y el Acceso (ECPA).

Example: The European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA) was founded in 1994 by librarians, archivists and scholars out of concern for millions of endangered books to raise awareness and convince decision makers of the importance of preservation.

» fast-access = de acceso rápido.

Example: Data which are to be permanently stored in directly addressable, fast-access storage can be placed in ROM.

» filter + access = filtrar el acceso.

Example: This law requires public libraries in the USA to filter access to the Internet.

» free access = acceso libre.

Example: Their Web based manuscript management system promises rapid peer review, multimedia content, searchability and linkability, and free access to all individuals with browsers.

» gain + access = conseguir acceso, obtener acceso, acceder.

Example: Libraries gain access to their own files by means of terminals connected to the central computer.

» get + access (to) = tener acceso (a), acceder (a).

Example: The customers only need to spend an initial amount on the software after which they can get access to a number of Apple products free of cost.

» give + access to = dar acceso a.

Example: The Science Citation Index CD Edition gives you access to the world's most important science & technology journals by title word, author's name, author's address or institutional affiliation, and journal.

» have + access (to) = tener acceso (a), acceder (a).

Example: This could be useful if you want to find whether someone else has access to your account.

» multiple access = acceso múltiple. [Expresión utilizada para referirse a la posibilidad de acceder a un registro biblográfico por varios de sus elementos, como pueden ser el autor, título, materia, etc]

Example: Because the catalogue can contain more than one substitute for each document it is said to allow for multiple access to documents -- ie access via all the different characteristics by which a document is liable to be sought and which define its class membership.

» online access = acceso en línea.

Example: Many reference sources which were once available only in hard copy are now available either in hard copy, or to be consulted by online access to a computer-held data base.

» online public access catalogue module = módulo de catálogo de acceso público en línea.

Example: Functions of this library system include: cataloguing; authority control; online public access catalogue; circulation; acquisitions; and serials control modules.

» OPAC (online public access catalogue) = OPAC (catálogo de acceso público en línea), catálogo electrónico.

Example: Naturally, with the advent of the OPAC (online public access catalogue), union catalogues will be accessible via a variety of search keys.

» open access (OA) = acceso abierto, libre acceso, acceso libre.

Example: Open access (OA) publishing is growing in importance, and, in parallel, the role of institutional repositories (IRs) has come to the forefront of discussion within the library community.

» open access library = biblioteca de libre acceso.

Example: Open access libraries, where the public are expected to locate documents for themselves, are different.

» open access stacks = fondos de libre acceso. [Colección a la que puede acceder el público en general]

Example: Until recently movable shelving was used mainly in closed access stacks, but since some systems can be operated safely by anyone, it is being used increasingly in open access stacks.

» password access = acceso identificado, acceso mediante contraseña.

Example: Participants were given password access to the papers and could download those that they wished to keep.

» PAWS (Public access workstations) = ordenadores de uso público. [En una institutición académica o pública, ordenador disponible al público para uso personal]

Example: Each PAWS computer has both Netscape and Internet Explorer installed, complete with bookmarks to health related resources.

» point of access = punto de acceso. [En lenguajes documentales, nombre, término o símbolo por el que se accede a un registro bibliográfico, generalmente el nombre del autor, el título de la obra, la materia]

Example: Simplifying the filing rules and adding more points of access are exactly what we need.

» provide + access = ofrecer acceso, dar acceso.

Example: One solution is to set up a national centre to provide access on-line to as many users as require a particular service.

» public access = acceso público.

Example: This article argues that the OTA report, despite its affirmation of public access to information, is unlikely to cause a redeployment of resources unless librarians argue vociferously that there is a real need for this information.

» random access = acceso aleatorio.

Example: Discs provide 'direct' or 'random' access, the 'read/write' head can go straight to the data required.

» random access file = fichero de acceso aleatorio.

Example: This article considers a random access file which consists of a given number of buckets.

» random access memory (RAM) = memoria de acceso aleatorio (RAM).

Example: Random access memory (RAM) is the most important type of central memory in general-purpose microcomputers.

» read-only access = acceso de sólo lectura.

Example: Read-only access to title, supplier, and patron and fund accounting information is provided by a suite of general enquiry functions.

» remote access = acceso remoto, acceso a distancia. [En tecnología de la información, utilización de archivos de ordenador por medio de dispositivos de entrada y salida conectados a un ordenador por cable]

Example: Remote access involves the use of computer files via input/output devices connected electronically to a computer.

» restricted access = acceso restringido, sólo para personal autorizado.

Example: All storage rooms where flammable liquids are stored should have restricted access and be properly identified.

» retrieval access = punto de acceso.

Example: Much more important, however, is the fact that an online catalog contains many more retrieval accesses than a catalog based on the Paris Principles and is therefore a far more effective tool from the user's point of view.

» right of access to information = derecho de acceso a la información.

Example: The right of access to information is part of the right of free speech.

» selective access = acceso selectivo.

Example: Censorship operates detrimentally to the community itself, unless the means are found to allow selective access to information to those who need it.

» SEPIA (Safeguarding European Photographic Images for Access) = SEPIA (Protección de las Imágnes Fotográficas Europeas para el Acceso).

Example: In 1999 the SEPIA (Safeguarding European Photographic Images for Access) project was set up aimed at the long-term preservation of all kind of photographic materials, and defining the role of new technology in collection management.

» subject access = recuperación por materias, acceso por materias.

Example: So bringing together the works of an author is of importance even from the perspective of subject access.

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» an access of = un ataque de.

Example: 'Didn't Justine Asadorian in the order department used to work in serials?' she almost shouted, with a sudden access of excitement.

access3 = acceder. 

Example: Teletext services are broadcast information services which may be accessed in a non-interactive mode.
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