Surveillance

the careful watching of a person or place.

Surveillance

Surveillance (s or s) is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting them. This can include observation from a distance by means of electronic equipment (such as CCTV cameras), or interception of electronically transmitted informatio...
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Surveillance

Surveillance is the systematic monitoring of enemy forces using a variety of electronic and optical means as well as other intelligence assets.
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Surveillance

• (n.) Oversight; watch; inspection; supervision.
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Surveillance

(i) General term for independent services such as sampling and assay. (ii) Also relates to a futures market
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Surveillance

(i) General term for independent services such as sampling and assay. (ii) Also relates to a futures market’s supervision of its trading.
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Surveillance

Sur·veil'lance noun [ French, from surveiller to watch over; sur over + veiller to watch, Latin vigilare . See Sur- , and Vigil .] Oversight; watch; inspection; supervision. « That sort of surveillance of which . . . the young have accused the ...
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surveillance

close observation and monitoring
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Surveillance

Doctors watching to see if you have signs of cancer before you have symptoms. Surveillence may be used if you have an increased risk of developing a certain type of cancer or if you have had cancer or a precancerous condition in the past. You have regular tests or examinations to look for signs of early cancer.
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surveillance

In medicine, the ongoing collection of information about a disease, such as cancer, in a certain group of people. The information collected may include where the disease occurs in a population and whether it affects people of a certain gender, age, or ethnic group.
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surveillance

See market regulation
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surveillance

surveillance 1. Continual observation of a person or a group; especially, one suspected of doing something illegal. 2. Close observation of a person or a group; especially, one under suspicion. 3. The act of observing or the condition of being observed. 4. Etymology: from French surveillance, 'oversight, supervision, a watch'; a noun of action f...
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surveillance

Systematic ongoing collection, collation, and analysis of data and the timely dissemination of information to those who need to know in order that action can be taken to initiate investigative or control measures.
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Surveillance

The act of observing persons or groups either with notice or their knowledge (overt surveillance) or without their knowledge (covert surveillance). Intrusive surveillance by private citizens may give rise to claims of invasion of privacy. Police officers, as long as they are in a place they have a right to be, can use virtually any type of surveill...
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Surveillance

The collection of relevant information which crosses an individual's scanning attention field.
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Surveillance

The supervising of the activities of some individuals or groups by others in order to ensure compliant behaviour.
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surveillance

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭr-vā′lănts Definitions: 1. The collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of data; a type of observational study that involves continuous monitoring of disease occurrence within a population. 2. Ongoing scrutiny, generally using methods distinguished by practicability, uniformity, or rapidity...
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surveillance

[n] - close observation of a person or group
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