historical data

historical data

[hi′stär·ə·kəl ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Any data that is not actively maintained by a computer system and cannot be readily revised or updated.
References in periodicals archive ?
6 billion (Bloomberg), the company wanted to retain Cobalt's historical data at a granular level-not just to the summary level that typically transfers with this kind of acquisition.
Recording historical data in SQL databases of your choice.
Historical data can show how full or how empty a plane flying a certain route on a certain day of the year might be, Based on that data, an airline could raise or lower the price of seats.
Ticker Mapping(SM) -- a proprietary software-driven process that adjusts historical data for corporate actions, including symbol and CUSIP changes, mergers/acquisitions, exchange listing changes, divestitures, etc.
Archiving historical data (which can account for as much as 80% of a company's total data) should provide a significant cost and performance benefit to the IT department.
With historical data by application, manufacturer and repair history, an accurate model of pump repair expenditures is easy to develop.
In contrast, historical data must also be easily accessible, but authenticity, long-term retention and lower cost are also key factors in determining the best method for data retention.
Daily, or as often as appropriate, the workforce manager opens a new call arrival pattern in Call Center Scheduler and downloads the historical data automatically.
Weather derivative contracts may be written and based on the temperature at a station with 25 years of historical data.
CB Predictor provides a framework for users to forecast future trends by automatically analyzing a given set of historical data and applying the most appropriate statistical model.
As much as I thought otherwise, I still had my professional head buried somewhat in historical data.
Distrustful of overly elaborate statistical techniques applied to crude historical data, Giesselmann eschews the use of regression analysis, limiting himself to simple correlations between protest rates and such variables as population density, grain prices, urbanization, industrialization, literacy rates, and intensity of repression.

Full browser ?