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<b>1</b>. An operation that is not continuous with that of the main system, or an instrumental element that is not in the mainstream of data flow through a processing system. For example, an off-line plotter in a playback system is not directly connected to the main processing system. <b>2</b>. Referring to geophones or other instruments placed away from the profile line; opposite of inline.
 
<b>1</b>. An operation that is not continuous with that of the main system, or an instrumental element that is not in the mainstream of data flow through a processing system. For example, an off-line plotter in a playback system is not directly connected to the main processing system. <b>2</b>. Referring to geophones or other instruments placed away from the profile line; opposite of inline.
 
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1. An operation that is not continuous with that of the main system, or an instrumental element that is not in the mainstream of data flow through a processing system. For example, an off-line plotter in a playback system is not directly connected to the main processing system. 2. Referring to geophones or other instruments placed away from the profile line; opposite of inline.