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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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In this case, the identification of the two-mode model that best matches the given discrete data is equivalent to finding the two lines shown in the figure.
Besides the analysis of data sets it will be shown how spectral methods can be utilized to carry out (or even accelerate) several calculations on discrete data, like derivation, integration, or folding.
As shown in Figure 4, the load stiffness is acquired by interpolation according to the discrete data listed in Table 1.
Up to now, physicians have relied on an army of abstractors, coders, billers, quality and safety helpers, and the like to read our notes and supply discrete data to the many clients who want to see accountability for our work.
Reporting results as discrete data would also allow computerized searches for identifying subsets of patients for subsequent research questions, or to find patients that might qualify for new studies or treatments.
(2011) performed a similar assessment with small-footprint discrete data in the Tahoe National Forest.
The completed documents, and the discrete data elements they contain, are then instantly available to clinicians and hospital staff through their EMR without the need for manual printing, scanning or indexing.
Nick van Terheyden, chief medical information officer at Nuance, explains that the underlying requirement is that healthcare providers need to have granular data, but at the same time must be able to create discrete data without entering and generating it through a manual process.
Williams's job now is to take these discrete data points and create a two-dimensional summary of the state of the forest across the region.
The study methodology involves collecting 182 discrete data input and assessing PC and software trends in 116 markets.
* Aggregate and contexualize continuous and discrete data from multiple sources to improve process understanding
Complex standards are broken down into six different levels of detail--from the contextual view used by planners down to discrete data levels--and distilled into categories to answer six questions: what, how, when, who, where, and why.

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