• (n.) Something given or admitted; a fact or principle granted; that upon which an inference or an argument is based; -- used chiefly in the plural. • (n.) The quantities or relations which are assumed to be given in any problem.
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(from the article `surveying`) ...surface, connected by precise leveling constitute the vertical controls of surveying. The elevations of bench marks are given in terms of their ...
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datum (singular) Information, a fact, a figure, etc. 'Something known or assumed, a fact or a figure from which a conclusion, or conclusions, can be inferred.' Although rarely used properly (if at all), datum should be expressed in the singular sense: 'There is one datum on this page that is not co...
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[geodesy] A geodetic datum (plural datums, not data) is a reference from which measurements are made. In surveying and geodesy, a datum is a set of reference points on the Earth`s surface against which position measurements are made and (often) an associated model of the shape of the Earth (...
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That which is given or presented. In logic: facts from which inferences may be drawn. In epistemology: an actual presented to the mind; the given of knowledge. In psychology: that which is given in sensation; the content of sensation. -- J.K.F.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: dā′tŭm, dā′tă Definitions: 1. A piece of information acquired by observation, measurement, or experiment and used as a basis for calculation or inference. See: data
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Datum is the singular form of "data". Datum may also refer to: ...
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[process philosophy] Datum is a term coined by Alfred North Whitehead to show the different variants of information possessed by actual entity. In the system process philosophy, datum is obtained through the events of concrescence. Every actual entity has a variety of datum. ...
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1) Bit of info 2) Bit of information 3) Computer input 4) Data point 5) Fact 6) Fact or factoid 7) Information 8) Informational unit 9) It's a fact 10) Matter of fact 11) Meter reading, e.g. 12) Number on a spreadshe...
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