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Query

1. The words an Internet search engine attempts to find on the web. A query may be for any of the words searched, all of the words, or even an exact phrase.

2. More broadly, a question.
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Evaluating Interpretation Submit queries by April 10, 2014 Completed manuscripts for accepted queries due May 15, 2014
RESET QUERY CACHE--remove all the queries from query cache;
Following that, we will look at creating a process that combines a series of queries or other actions together to make an automated process.
In this work, we combine the concept of collaborative querying and graph visualization, leveraging on the individual strengths of both techniques to help users better formulate their queries within an IR system.
The query refinement worked well for the ill-defined queries and a significant improvement on both recall and precision was obtained.
The SenSage Security Compliance Bundle supports SQL-compatible queries but the costs of database licenses, tuning and management do not play in to this product.
These aspects include the selected database size against which the queries are executed, the query processing power when queries are submitted by a single stream, and the query throughput when queries are submitted by multiple concurrent users.
We focused on three levels of data analysis--sessions, queries, and terms.
Queries were performed against a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (64-bit) database, delivering very high levels performance and scalability.
Bottom line: The best; excellent for obscure and advanced queries
Users can access data without any knowledge of query languages, data structures or database locations because of an automatically generated, extensible metadata model and foundation queries.
2 million queries were made to NPDB during the first 18 months of operation, averaging more than 3,000 queries per working day.