data record

data record

[′dad·ə ‚rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A collection of data items related in some fashion and usually contiguous in location.
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His call data record also suggested that he was present there.
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde made a failed attempt to pacify agitated BJP lawmakers over reports of a private detective trying to access cell data record of leader of opposition Arun Jaitley and some of other senior leaders.
In the case being investigated by the Delhi Police, there was an attempt at unauthorisedly trying to access the call data record i.
Geological Survey that will continue the Landsat Program's 40-year data record of monitoring Earth's landscapes from space.
Best data by making it easier to distinguish between a legal entity and a data record.
It uses the schemas to decode data records, then extracts the information contained within the data record and passes it on to the application.
Healthvision's HIE platform electronically links all members of the patient care team, including physicians, hospitals, labs and other stakeholders, for the purpose of sharing key clinical data among all providers and developing a complete electronic data record for all patients.
The regulator is also considering seeking call data records of the persons involved.
2 million data records were compromised compared to 38.
Worldwide, there were 974 reported data breaches and more than 554 million compromised data records in the first half of 2016, compared to 844 data breaches and 424 million compromised data records in the previous six months.
The number of global data breaches continues to increase according to Gemalto's Breach Level Index (BLI), more than 1,500 data breaches led to one billion data records compromised in 2014 alone, a 49% increase in data breaches and a 78% increase in data records stolen or lost compared to 2013.
Climate data records from environmental satellites.