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database

noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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Unisys takes a 360-degree view of database management," said Tom Manter, director of Unisys Database Server Programs.
Indeed, some of the techniques developed for KDD are in response to the lack of uniformity in database construction and omissions in retrieval capacity.
Indexes to records within relational databases may be stored separately from the actual database files containing data records.
Unlike in a spreadsheet, each item in a database is stored independently of any application that may access the data.
Data for the statements was maintained on the company's mainframe computer in our human resources employee database," explains Garth Lockwood, a senior policy advisor in the company's human resources department.
1 detects, analyzes and monitors database security policy violations, suspicious or malicious changes, structural integrity changes, as well as user access patterns to ensure secure, authorized business operations.
Iterative testing involves executing the application using the test database and verifying the results to ensure the application is working as designed.
One of the most striking and little-recognized characteristics of union catalogs that do attempt extensive consolidation is the amount of batch processing time that is typically spent in dealing with database quality and consistency issues.
Because a database wouldn't be spread out on multiple servers, it would be easier in many cases for IT staff to create firewalls or limit access, experts say.
Oracle Database 10g delivers superior performance diagnostics and tuning
Examples of laboratory assignments in database exploration: The database exercises enhanced critical thinking, including comparing and contrasting, searching, evaluating, reflecting, and making decisions.
Thus a database that organizes results from diverse laboratories and platforms would allow the identification of experimental practices that introduce undesirable variability into toxicogenomics data.