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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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The development of data base integrates system will be divided in five steps.
Like copyright, data-base right prevents copying of substantial parts of a data base and frequent extraction of insubstantial parts; is created automatically; does not have to be registered; and is a right against use, not a monopoly.
Nor can they capture other than the most common of the well-characterized laboratory tests without modification by the data base developer.
Thus, users can directly obtain and refine data from different software applications without affecting the operational data bases.
HOI data base management staff will provide users and subscribers ongoing technical support
An MDT alone can never be partitioned into unambiguous threat identification; even with a valid threat data base, an MDT can only minimize the number of ambiguous threat identifications.
Dialog's search software is excellent and includes such features as OneSearch, which allows cross-file searching; DIALINDEX, which enables searchers to scan data bases cheaply and then execute the search in the desired data base; and a report feature that produces customized reports from the financial and business data bases.
There probably isn't a more potentially rich data base in health care," said the spokesperson.
The UT staff matched the clients' responses to the satisfaction survey with the clients' records in the TRC computerized data base.
Some of the most useful are networked personal computers, client/server computing, relational data bases and graphical user interfaces.
In addition, CD-ROM discs, updated every 6 months, provide users with direct, immediate access to the NCJRS Data Base.
James Thayer, president of Portland-based Overseas Strategic Services, breaks down the array of data bases into three divisions: gateways, vendors and the data base itself.