access

i. To gain entry to a computer system. ii. To a ccess data requires finding it and reading it.

Access

A users ability to communicate with a system.

access

  1. the right to enter
  2. the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)
  3. a way of entering or leaving
  4. (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
  5. the act of approaching or entering

Access

The general ability to obtain and make use of materials. In computer-based information retrieval, the method by which a computer refers to records in a file, dependent upon their arrangement.
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Access

• (n.) A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince. • (n.) The means, place, or way by which a thing may be approached; passage way; as, the access is by a neck of land. • (n.) Admission to sexual intercourse. • (n.) Increase by something added; addition; as, an access of t...
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access

(ak´ses) a means of approaching or obtaining something. arteriovenous access the usual type of vascular access, connecting an artery and a vein, usually in the arm. hemodialysis access , vascular access the means by which hemodialysis appar...
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access

1. A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince. 'I did repel his letters, and denied His access to me.' (Shak) ... 2. The means, place, or way by which a thing may be approached; passage way; as, the access is by a neck of land. 'All access was thronged.' ... 3. Admission to sexual intercourse...
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access

noun (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
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access

noun the act of approaching or entering; `he gained access to the building`
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ACCESS

(Advanced Cosmic-ray Composition Experiment on the Space Station ) An experiment to study the origin and makeup of cosmic rays over a three-year period. ACCESS will be attached to the International Space Station and was due to replace AMS (Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer) in 2007. I...
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ACCESS

[Australia] ACCESS is the youth network of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, a non-government institution dealing with all aspects of Australia`s foreign relations and international affairs. Founded in 2005, ACCESS hosts forums for discussion in the tradition of the Council on Foreign Relations and Chatham House. ACCESS als...
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Access

[company] The company has gained wide recognition for its NetFront software series, which has been deployed in over 1 billion devices, representing over 2,000 models, as of the end of January 2011, and which has been used as a principal element of the widely successful i-mode data service of NTT DoCoMo in Japan. NetFront is also used by a l...
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Access

[credit card] Access was a United Kingdom and Irish credit card brand used by three of the big four UK banks plus a couple of other banks between 1972 and 1996. It was established by a consortium of banks in the UK to rival the already established Barclaycard. It became defunct in 1996 when it was taken over by Mastercard. ==History== The A...
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Access

[economics] Access is a catalytic process that enables interactions, contact and exchanges among people, businesses and nations. An analytical framework to define the drivers and benefits of Access and to quantify the impact of Access on economic growth and personal well-being was created in 2006 by the Center for Science, Technology, and E...
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Access

[group] Access (also known as AXS) is a Japanese pop group. Its members are Daisuke Asakura and Hiroyuki Takami. Asakura is the primary composer/producer and featured keyboardist while Takami is the vocalist. Takami also writes a major portion of Access` lyrics. Access is signed with Darwin Records, Asakura`s private label. The name `access...
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Access

Ac·cess' (#; 277) noun [ French accès , Latin accessus , from accedere . See Accede .] 1. A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince. « I did repel his letters, and denied His access to...
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Access

A former credit card system which was sold to Mastercard and... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/Access.htm?id=3&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of Access'>more</a>
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Access

A person's ability to obtain affordable medical care on a timely basis.
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Access

A way of reaching something that is usually hidden or covered.
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access

access (AK ses') 1. Way of approach, a means of reaching, passageway, entry: 'Switzerland has access to the sea by way of the Rhine River.' 2. A way of getting to something or someone, admittance; entrance: 'The thief gained access to the vault.'
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access

Access to library materials and services, on one dimension, is represented in the location of physical facilities. Because libraries are travelled-to outlets, marketing location theories can be applied successfully to library siting. (Wood and Koontz)
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Access

Access: 1. In general, a means of approaching something. 2. In health care, the opportunity or right to receive health care. 3. In dialysis, the point on the body where a needle or catheter is inserted to gain entry to the bloodstream.
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Access

Any means by which a person can enter property.
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Access

Gain access to; be able to reach, approach, enter.
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Access

In computing, the database application in Microsoft's Office suite of applications. It is a powerful database program, but can be quite difficult for an inexperienced user to set up
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