Query


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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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Then create a query with the Duplicate Items Detail as the source.
Then in the third module, the access schema for the user query is formed which specifies the labels, properties and relationships in the graph.
The sql statement to set the size of the query cache is:
Query terms are also represented by bars, with the height of the bar corresponding to the weight of that term in the document.
The query refinement worked well for the ill-defined queries and a significant improvement on both recall and precision was obtained.
We won't do a filter in our example so click on Next, opening the Query Wizard--Sort Order box (exhibit 7, page 55).
Overall, most general Web queries are in query rather than question format.
Users select the appropriate ending date and then choose the types of incidents to be included as part of a particular query.
The total number of queries represents more than one query for every physician and dentist in the nation and indicates active participation on the part of hospitals.
After clicking OK and closing the dialog, you can save and name the query if you plan to use it again in the future.
The Query Analyzer window now also includes support for Oracle's DBMS_OUTPUT package and 'Text History', which provides quick access to a history of query results.
Waiting an hour or more for a query to return results is unacceptable; users want answers in seconds.