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(Adaptive Server Enterprise) A relational DBMS from Sybase that runs on Windows, Linux and a variety of Unix platforms. ASE is a comprehensive and robust data management product with a long history dating back to the late 1980s. It evolved from Sybase's SQL Server which was sold under the Sybase name and also licensed to Microsoft. See SQL Server.
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The reliability and validity of the ASES have been studied.
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The absence of almost anything scholarly on the ASE is easily explained.
The polysaccharide fraction of ASE is composed of a glucose chain linked by [alpha]-1,4 bonds, forming a helicoidal structure, ramified by an [alpha]-1,6 bond every 12 oses on average (Figure 1).
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"The ASE database demonstrates consistently superior performance in transaction-heavy environments like government and financial services, where reliability, security and high availability are critical.