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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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We can see that, our method achieved more than 80% accuracy (i.e Query 05, Query 09, Query 41, etc.) for several queries .
Zhang, "Secure range queries in tiered sensor networks," in Proceedings of the IEEE 28th Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM '09), pp.
* Queries initiated by systems on the user's behalf at specified points of a work flow.
With an in-network scheme, on the other hand, spatial queries are processed by nodes, not by the server, which leads to a decrease in the number of wireless communications among sensor nodes owing to spatial filtering.
In the online phase called query processing, the system can promptly respond to view-based queries, utilizing the T-Bitmap and indexes built beforehand.
Shokouhi [16] uses time-series decomposition techniques to identify seasonal queries. Vlachos et al.
The presented method allows quantitative evaluation of the queries results' quality; for objects that are fully inconsistent with the required specification, calculated is the degree of remoteness between the found object and the request; for objects partially matching the request, calculated is the relevance index.
March/April 2015: Interpreting the Sea (Queries due December 10, 2014)
(3) In content, queries are often person name(such as "Fangfei LIU"), place name(such as "Wuhu FANGTE"), organization name (such as "Zhuhai Health Center'), product or its attribute (such as "LaCrosseprice"), or events (such as "2008 earthquake rescue show").
In [6, 8-9], we presented the characteristics of both the static and dynamic resources as well as the queries from four different real-world systems (namely PlanetLab, SETI@home, EGI grid, and a distributed campus computing facility).
Because of the increased demand on Location-Based Services (LBS), extensive studies have been conducted to address the continuous monitoring of moving queries.
In this paper, we consider the mobile environment where the data objects and queries can move.