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query

A term used in the context of a clinical trial, for a request for clarification from a sponsor or sponsor's representative to an investigator on a data item collected for a clinical trial, to resolve an error or inconsistency discovered during data review.
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Query Syntax: MATCH (me)-[:FRIEND_OF]-(FRIEND) WHERE me.
After we set this variable the query_cache_type variable influences the way query cache works.
The repository layer consists of the documents and indexes maintained by the IR system and the query repository maintained by the QGV.
Section III describes how to represent a natural language query for the retrieval.
Finally, click on Next, opening the Query Wizard--Finish dialog box (exhibit 8, below).
Spink, Jansen, and Ozmultu (2000) found that one-third of Excite users went beyond the single query, with a smaller group using either query modification or relevance feedback or viewing more than the first page of results.
When developing the Quick Query system, developers encoded these descriptions aS an integral part of the program.
First, create a query that selects the data you want to delete.
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.
In relational database jargon, a question is called a query and represents a request for information from tables in one or more databases.
medical information systems: recovering medical images "similar" to a given query example might give more information on which to base a diagnosis or to conduct epidemiological studies (e.