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Data which describe other data, especially containing XML tags, characterising attributes of values in clinical data fields.
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Ever since CDDB was created by Steve Scherf and Ti Kan, and the first album, Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon," was entered into their growing CD look-up database, CDDB has been used to identify the album and artist associated with nearly every CD played on a computer.
CDDB reconciling of ID3 information via Gracenote service will also be shown.
The Gracenote CDDB technology compares the arrangements and length of tracks on a CD with the Gracenote online database to automatically provide information about the titles of songs on the disc, the artist, the release date and more.
The Gracenote CDDB music recognition service enables developers to display artist, album and track name listings and other music-related information automatically in their applications, instead of the customary "disk, and track #", and provides simple, intuitive ways for users to categorize and access their music.
Formerly known as CDDB, Gracenote provides critical embedded software and metadata to businesses that enable consumers to better manage, enjoy and discover digital media.