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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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Rewriting Queries using Views with Access Patterns under Integrity Constraints.
Interpreting Natural Disasters Submit queries by June 10, 2014 Completed manuscripts for accepted queries due July 15, 2014
Another example of a system that shows the relationship between queries and retrieved documents is AQUA (Kovacs, Micsik, & Pataki, 1999).
Traditionally, queries are specified by the user according to an authorised formalism.
We could also sort and graph the data, and create a "reportbook" that grouped queries together.
The mean length of Excite queries increased steadily from 1.
Bottom line: The best; excellent for obscure and advanced queries
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.
With MPP, queries are sent to multiple processors, each with their own storage device.
0 collects end-user input and generates and SQL query or an ADO Filter condition at run time in order that developers don't have to prepare all imaginable queries beforehand at design time.
Most applications built on relational databases incorporate a querying tool known as query-by-example (QBE), which uses a graphical approach to construct queries.
military intelligence: vast quantities of satellite imagery of the globe exist, and typical queries involve finding militarily interesting changes-e.