You searched for: “abstracting
abstract (verb), abstracts; abstracted; abstracting
1. To take away; to remove without permission; to filch, to steal: While the thieves were in Dawson's house, they found and abstracted money, jewelry, and a computer from his residence.
2. To write a short summary of a speech, report, or other piece of writing: Einstein's theory of relativity is said to be abstracted from data gathered in several scientific experiments.
Word Entries containing the term: “abstracting
autoabstract, auto-abstract, automatic abstracting
1. To select key words from a document, commonly by an automatic or machine method, for the purpose of forming an abstract of the document.
2. A proces of automatically selecting key words and phrases which represent the basic content of a document; often using statistical or counting techniques.
3. The material abstracted from a document by machine methods.