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noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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Search more:p:MedicaLTest-code:1305 to find pages with embedded structured data for a medical test coded 1305.
Here's hoping we all find novel ways to incorporate differently structured data into our systems
TechNavio's report, the Global Structured Data Management Software Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
Hopefully, Chairman White's testimony evidences a desire on the part of the current commission to direct the SEC staff to utilize structured data to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness in its oversight of the capital markets and to ensure that steps are taken to overhaul the U.
org contains over 100 different HTML tags for structured data categories such as events, places, people, organisations, products, music, movies and TV shows.
For records managers, an active archive directory means being able to search older structured data files as part of a response to regulatory audit, discovery, or investigation more quickly and without having to restore the entire archive.
Left ventricle ejection fraction (volume of blood pumped by the heart) values were found in just 2 percent of the structured data from patient encounters, but in 74 percent of the unstructured data.
With structured data growing at 125 percent annually, according to Meta Group, slow retrieval of data can cost a company millions in revenue.
In particular, KM imposes the need for extraction of information from unstructured data and the ability to draw conclusions based on its relationship to more structured data.
Specifically, Corrigon's technology and expertise will contribute to eBays efforts with image recognition, classification and image enhancements as part of its structured data initiative.
Synthetic documents--QueSearch ingests structured data from enterprise and cloud applications, and creates synthetic data objects that can be injected into enterprise search indexes such as Google (google.
Most Web content comes from databases, XML, and other structured data sources, but today's text-oriented search engines ignore that structure.

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