critical table

critical table

[′krid·ə·kəl ‚tā·bəl]
(mathematics)
A table, usually for a function that varies slowly, which gives only values of the argument near which changes in the value of the function, as rounded to the number of decimal places displayed in the table, occur.
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In the financial services industry, security and compliance are a critical table stake.
Orans makes the most anyone can of these data, and focuses appropriately on the 25 girls, all between 2 months and 5 years past first menstruation, whom Mead 'studied in detail' and included in the critical Table 1 of Appendix 5 in Coming of Age.
The Gallup Survey on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation identifying the lack of nursing influence at critical tables involving planning, policy development, and in managing health system services is serving as our wake up call to action.
It can also detect accidental deletions or insertions of critical tables that impact data governance and the quality of business decisions.
For example, alerts are immediately generated whenever changes are made to critical tables and whenever database applications are patched.
Critical tables and business transaction metrics also are monitored specifically for the HRMS and Payroll modules.
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