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a COMPUTER software package which enables data to be created and stored, to be retrieved and analysed later. Databases can, for example, store names and addresses of potential or past customers which can be used to produce mailing lists for SALES PROMOTIONS.
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Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) has announced that it now includes citations in the CAS databases in SciFinder and the STN International network, increasing researchers' abilities to follow online research pathways from database records to full-text documents to the related documents they cite.
According to the announcement, the inclusion of citations in SciFinder's and the STN International network's databases will greatly increase researchers' ability to follow online research pathways from database records, to full-text documents, to the related documents they cite.
Capabilities such as sophisticated user access controls, the ability to "rollback" database record changes to those records entered before a system crash, and strong records locking capabilities to prevent one user overwriting the records entered by another user are important.
Netrics is the world's leading innovator and provider of intelligent database record matching software, built on patented fourth-generation technologies.
With Dave's addition to the team, Netrics is positioned for continued growth in 2007, driven by strong customer demand for our scalable, flexible, error-tolerant database-independent software that intelligently matches database records with unparalleled speed and accuracy.
The Netrics Matching Engine leverages a patented mathematical formula that finds similarities in database records much like humans perceive similarities.
In other words, if editors read a workers compensation case that uses the term workmens or workmans compensation, they can assign to the database record one term that will be used to describe all workers compensation cases, regardless of the terms used.
IO Informatics' IMO is a mobile, extensible database record that transforms specific pieces of data into objects that scientists can describe, utilize, share, and relate to across application and database boundaries.
The ATP partnership will leverage IO Informatics' revolutionary intelligent multidimensional object (IMO); a mobile, extensible database record that transforms specific pieces or even parts of data into objects that scientists can describe, utilize, share, and relate to across application and database boundaries.
Within a sharing community, database record changes are synchronized by storing change information in a synchronization object, which is transmitted by a local-user computer at any time to a routing agent, which in turn transmits the synchronization object at any time to a remote-user computer within the sharing community, and the synchronization object is then used by that remote-user computer to update database records.
ZP / BO-4-2500-23 / KN-2500-13 / T3 / 2013 conducted in an open tender on "Update and verification of database records villages, streets and addresses" for parts VI.