(n.) = adherence ; follow-up ; monitoring ; tracking ; follow-through ; shadowing ; pursual ; pursuance. Ex: Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks. Ex: This order receives the same follow-up treatment as other orders in the files. Ex: Automatic monitoring of activity on the computer system (i.e., logging transactions) was regarded as a powerful technique for evaluating user system interaction. Ex: Tracking of personal information attached to electronic text supplied by publishers is a potential violator of user privacy. Ex: Content analysis of the newspaper for the year detailed the follow-through in the news columns = El análisis de contenido del periódico para ese año hizo un seguimiento de las columnas periodísticas. Ex: Observational shadowing of particular library patrons, for example, gives a much more detailed view of patrons' library use. Ex: True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. Ex: Rather, it is shown that in the long-run the pursuance of better quality of social life turns out to be the most important factor. ---- * código de seguimiento = tracking number. * de seguimiento = follow-on. * en el seguimiento de = in the pursuit of. * estación de seguimiento = monitoring station. * estudio de seguimiento = follow-up study. * hacer un seguimiento de = follow through ; chase up ; chase down. * informe de seguimiento = progress report. * sistema de seguimiento = monitoring system.