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data

noun back-up, documents, evidence, facts, grounds, information, logic, papers, proof, specifics
See also: citation, clue, documentation, dossier, ground, information, intelligence, news, proof, reference, science, study

data

for the puposes of data protection legislation, data is information which is being processed by means of equipment operating automatically in response to instructions given for that purpose, is recorded with the intention that it should be processed by means of such equipment, or is recorded as part of a relevant filing system or with the intention that it should form part of a relevant filing system. It need not be held on a computer.
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False Negative (FN): The detector found a normal data when a abnormal data is present .
As mentioned in the introduction, in order to achieve the intelligent fault detection and diagnosis of BW, a scheme is proposed that extract the normal data and detect the fault data using clustering algorithm at the same time, and then identify the fault pattern by the classification of the detected fault data, as shown in Fig.
Recently, the decay map for the United States was re-created on the basis of the most recent climate normal data available from the National Climatic Data Center (Carll 2009).
Figure 3a shows the set of likelihood curves over time for each of the models trained on the normal data for this fault.
If social security or credit card numbers are part of the normal data collection process, then a contact center needs to be sure to establish that the hosting partner you choose has the appropriate safeguards in place.
It is important to alter the original stream without distorting the normal data being transmitted.
One of the most effective and important techniques in engineering a converged network is to structure it to virtually separate VoIP traffic from normal data traffic.
Your phone operator's normal data transfer charges apply.
During NPDGamma data taking, a beam chopper upstream of the apparatus eliminates frame overlap by blocking very slow neutrons from the tail of the preceding beam pulse, and also cuts off each beam pulse after 33 ms in order to permit a beam-off background measurement in the [gamma] detectors to be made as part of the normal data taking cycle.
This frees the primary LAN connection making it available for normal data traffic.
We create a profile that includes the normal data on resident address, family, etc.