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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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FMCSA pointed out that employers are required to purchase a query plan to ensure they and their designated third party can conduct queries, and that third-party administrators will not be able to purchase queries on behalf of employers.
There are 50 queries, each of which includes 3 to 8 subtopics identified by TREC assessors.
Yang et al., "CSRQ: communication-efficient secure range queries in two-tiered sensor networks," Sensors, vol.
Analyzing queries and then choosing the most efficient way to find the answer(s) makes better use of computing resources.
In a sink node, whether spatial or spatio-temporal, the number of queries and attribute aggregation are carried out using a query aggregation algorithm.
It can be accessed by decision makers through OLAP queries, almost read operations.
Understanding user's temporal search intent and disambiguating time expressed in queries are also challenging.
To solve the problem, proposed is to describe the temporal characteristics of objects and queries in the form of fuzzy variables.
January/February 2015: Roving, Accidental, or Spontaneous Interpretation (Queries due October 10, 2014)
(2) In form, queries are often several nouns or noun phrases (such as "Chinese novel WULINMENGZHU "), simple verb phrases (such as "loot relief supplies", "ban Sharon Stone"), or simple sentences (such as "How to match summer clothes" and "what time will Taiwan return to China").
It prunes nodes that do not significantly contribute to range query resolution while reducing the cost (e.g., hops and latency) of resolving queries. Heuristics two and three dynamically balance the query load and index/key distribution of nodes by transferring part of the keys to its neighbors and by adding new neighbors to handle transferred keys when existing nodes are insufficient, respectively.