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data model

An unambiguous expression of items, relationship among items and data structure in a certain area of interest or context of use, which uses symbolic conventions to represent content so that its intended significance is not lost when communicated.
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Our job is to serve as an enabler by offering an environment in which new data models, entry platforms and summary views can be defined rapidly in the system without any need for coding.
Now we're beginning to gel a glimpse of the advantages of using the data model.
In fact, even if query languages are specific to a particular data model, we will be able to query a data model with the database query language of the other (with the non-corresponding Query language of the concerning model).
The proposed indoor space application data model is based on the international standard IndoorGML adopted by the OGC, which defines topological relationships among spatial entities in an indoor space.
The data model supports classes and methods, but does not support inheritance.
There are features for building more advanced pivot tables that are advertised as part of the Power Pivot add-in that comes with Office 2013 Pro Plus, but some are already available in the regular version of Excel 2013 under the guise of the Data Model.
A data model is an abstraction for data representation, its management and for manipulation.
The implemented data model is based on vector objects (usually built from image segmentation) and embedded in a hierarchy.
P&GJ: How has the PODS Data Model become the industry best practice for managing pipeline data?
The overall message conveyed by the figure is that both the Poisson count-data model and the hurdle Poisson data model approximate the data reasonably well.
Provider of hardware and software for the cloud Oracle (Nasdaq:ORCL) announced on Tuesday the release of Oracle Communications Data Model 11.3.1, which has been certified by the TM Forum to support its Business Metrics Automation programme.
the development of a common Data Model for governmental bodies in order to