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Quiz 1 CRC-110
|A single key or key combination depressed at one time
|The letter combinations used to define a word or phrase.
|A conflict-free steno typist who captions television programs. Much captioning is done in a real time environment. (also called Stenocaptioner)
|CAT (Computer Aided Transcription)
|Refers to the use of computers to translate stenotype notes.
|CIC (Computer Integrated Courtroom)
|Refers to the use of computers by court reporters in the courtroom itself. Usually associated with realtime writing.
|Using the same outline for more than one word. Since the computer does not know which word is correct, a human must make the correction during an edit phase. Conflicts are inappropriate for realtime applications.
|A system of writing whereby every word has a unique outline. A conflict-free theory is a necessity for effective realtime writing.
|CSR (certified shorthand reporter)
|Certification acquired by passing a state certification examination
|National Court Reporters Association.
|The shorthand outlines on your paper tape.
|JCR (Journal of Court Reporting)
|The magazine published by the NCRA
|Instantaneous translation of stenotype notes.
|One who makes a verbatim transcript of a proceeding.
|RPR (Registered professional reporter)
|Certification acquired by passing NCRA's Examination
|One who edits a reporters translation on the computer to create the final transcript.
|The act of writing on the stenotype machine.
|A method of Real Time translation that includes interactive editing capabilities. Use for medical transcription and other information processing fields.
|STPH KWR AO
|What are the keys on the left side of the stenograph