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database

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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Having the full data set online along with radio and infrared surveys would increase the scientific potential of this data by orders of magnitude, permitting statistical analyses impossible today.
In the newly proposed rule, SBA describes an alternative data set which was not available for the RAND study or the previously proposed rule and was obtained by SBA from the U.
Visualization and manipulation routines are provided to enable virtually unlimited access to each of the data sets in conjunction with field survey information to allow seamless integration of the data into everyday maintenance and operations activities.
One commonly held notion is that when too many people find out about a certain data set it loses its alpha generating cachet.
For finding the optimal viewpoint of the iRadviz of the given data set, we need a quality measurement to define a suitable view of a multidimensional data set.
These features represent testing data set that will be feedback to the content-based approach to get average of distinctive genres ratings of the rated item for each feature depending on item description and user's rates.
This study begins with a complete data set containing no missing observations.
The data set the researchers analyzed included the names and locations of the shops at which purchases took place, the days on which they took place, and the purchase amounts.
05, consistent with standard data set requirements for calculating a BMD) were included in the analyses, leaving a total of 786 data sets.
Millscale, wax deposits, weld beads, and long seam trim zones are among some of the internal surface features that will be visible from a high resolution deformation data set.
It appears that for every drop in percentage on 140-screen data, the 70-screen data pick up the slack and shifts the sand volume, indicating a strong correlation between the two data sets.
CDP-based restoration provides atomicity, offering a holistic data set which can be recovered whether or not an application was quiescent at the moment of recovery.