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(dā'tŭm, dā'tă),
A piece of information acquired by observation, measurement, or experiment and used as a basis for calculation or inference. See: data.
[L., given, fr. do, pp. datum, to give]


, pl. data (dā'tŭm, -tă)
An individual piece of information used in a scholarly field.
[L., given, fr. do, pp. datum, to give]


1. A single piece or item of information, e.g., a statistic, date, or fact.
2. Something admitted, given, or assumed, esp. as a basis for reasoning.

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In addition, the HEC project titled Establishment of New Generation Geodetic Datum of Pakistan was also approved with cost of Rs 1.5 billion.
275/2006 Coll., as amended) and other related legislation; Upgrade - technical improvements ASW includes incorporation of technical changes and system modifications, incorporating specific requirements, delivering the spatial area of ??interest (geodetic datum), services related to the fulfillment of ISS data (complex cycle of data processing: preparation, transformation, migration, cleaning and import data) analytical and programming work related to the work of individual applications; technical and methodological support, including training; SMS Gateway for sending bulk SMS messages from applications CG and other activities provided within the package Standard.
In addition to generating fresh geodetic datum, the project will help the Nepalese Survey Department train its experts in the use of modern surveying technology in a country where land title disputes are a significant problem.