Database

An application which is primarily used to store pieces of information which can be accessed for processing. An example of a database application is Microsoft Access.

Database

A collection of related data stored in one or more computerized files in a manner that can be accessed by users or computer programs via a database management system.

database

A collection of interrelated data items stored together without unnecessary redundancy, to serve one or more applications.
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Database

A database is an organized collection of data. The data are typically organized to model aspects of reality in a way that supports processes requiring information. For example, modelling the availability of rooms in hotels in a way that supports finding a hotel with vacancies. Database management systems (DBMSs) are specially designed software app...
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Database

(1) A collection of data sets with supporting metadata related to a system, project or facility. (2) A collection of integrated data serviced by a Data Base Management System (DBMS); often organized for quick search and retrieval. Source: ESAD.
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database

noun an organized body of related information
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database

(DBMS) A computer database management system refers to the storage and organization of data. Databases are used for easy retrieval of information.
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database

[Noun] Information stored on a computer.
Example: The college had my address and enrolment number on their database.
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Database

[The Simpsons] Kyle, nicknamed Database, once called Data is a recurring character on the animated series The Simpsons, voiced by Nancy Cartwright. A classmate of Bart Simpson, Database is the most intelligent character in the television show. He is Matt Groening`s least favorite character in the series. He is an action figure of the figuri...
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Database

A collection of digitally stored records
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Database

A collection of information arranged in a way to facilitate updating and retrieval. Computer databases commonly consist both of materials protected by copyright and materials that are said to be in the public domain, either because their copyright has run out or because they consist of ideas and facts that themselves do not receive copyright protec...
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Database

A collection of information organized and presented to serve a specific purpose. A computerized database is an updated, organized file of machine readable information that is rapidly searched and retrieved by computer.
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Database

A collection of organised data that can be searched, re-arranged and processed to enhance its value. Database is a bad description in reality. It should be called an information-base since data is just a collection of numbers, letters, pictures etc where as information is a usable and valueable collection.
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Database

A collection of tables which often includes forms for entering data, rules for checking and validating data that which has been entered, and the format for creating informative reports.
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Database

A compendium of information on current and prospective users that usually includes demographic data as well as use data, volume and content. This is a privacy issue in American libraries. The address data of library users can be called 'point-of-sale (use) data and is a rich source of marketing data for library management.
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Database

A computer holding large amounts of information that can be searched by an Internet user. A storehouse of information on the Net.
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Database

A database is a collection of data that is organized so that its contents can easily be accessed, managed, and updated.
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Database

A database is a collection of information that is organised so that it can easily be accessed, managed, and updated. In one view, databases can be classified according to types of content. The most prevalent approach is the relational database, a tabular database in which data is defined so that it can be reorganized and accessed in a number of dif...
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Database

A database is a structured collection of records or data that is stored in a computer so that a computer program can consult it to answer queries. The records retrieved in answer to queries are information that can be used to make decisions.
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Database

A list of properties for each device on the ACNET system, kept on the Operational VAX. These properties include mnemonics, alarm limits, descriptor texts, and scaling information.
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Database

A program that stores records of information.
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Database

A structured collection of records, details ......
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database

A structured file of information or a set of logically related data stored and retrieved using computer-based means. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Database

An electronic filing cabinet.
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Database

An organized collection of data (information, facts, names, addresses, statistics) in computer form so the data can be used in a variety of different ways. Can be useful for marketing or game administration or sales or a variety of purposes.
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