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(language, database)
A pictorial query language, an extension of Sequel2.

["A Management System for an Integrated Database of Pictures and Alphanumeric Data", G.Y. Tang, Computer Graphics Image Processing 16:270-286 (1981)].


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A relational DBMS from CA Technologies that runs on minis and mainframes. IDMS (Integrated Data Management System) was developed at GE in the 1960s and marketed by Cullinane, later renamed Cullinet and then acquired by CA in 1989. There are a variety of CA-IDMS products, such as CA-IDMS/R for the relational DBMS, CA-IDMS/DDS for its distributed version and so on.


(Integrated Data Management System EXtended) A database management system (DBMS) from Fujitsu Services, formerly ICL, that is widely used on its VME mainframes. It supports journaling, recovery and locking options. A single IDMSX database can contain up to a terabyte of data. See TPMS.
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Gemalto's IDMS seeks to provide authorities with a fully integrated, end-to-end solution, which can adapt to existing identity schemes and orchestrate its interactions.
It is believed that the firm had not carried out any assessment of money laundering and terrorism financing risks of IDMs before their rollout in 2012.
[4] Nonstandard abbreviations: CKD, chronic kidney disease; Scr, serum creatinine; IVD, in vitro diagnostic; eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; GFR, glomerular filtration rate; MDRD, Modification of Diet in Renal Disease; NKDEP, National Kidney Disease Education Program; CKD-EPI, Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration; IDMS, isotope dilution mass spectrometry; LC, liquid chromatography; CAP, College of American Pathologists.
IDMS supports the wealth management marketplace across a range of workflows and functions, from advisors to their clients.
In 2008, The French Society of Clinical Biology (SFBC) conducted a multicentric evaluation of isotope dilution mass spectrometry (IDMS)-traceable creatinine enzymatic and nonstandardized cystC assays (2) using a panel of 5 off-the-clot, fresh-frozen serum pools prepared to cover concentrations critically important at initial stages of renal disease.
Gadingan said elements from the Davao del Norte Police Investigation and Detective Management Section (IDMS) carried out the operation following a lengthy surveillance against Lumanta.
Conclusions: Frequency of congenital heart disease in IDMs was 52.5%.
Systolic and diastolic functions of the heart in infants of diabetic mothers (IDMs) have been studied by traditional echocardiography, but there is a limited number of studies conducted with tissue Doppler echocardiography.
The supply and installation of a new iDMS control centre to manage the City of Madina's electricity distribution network, including a fibre-optic telecom system, civil works modifications, and adaptation of the city's distribution substation.
The nine contracts include the turnkey installation of six new 110 kV gas-insulated substations - four in Jeddah and two in Madinah; the turnkey supply of a Static VAr Compensator designed to improve power stability for Quwayyah 132 kV substation; supply of four auto-transformers for the substation of Ashbliyah; installation of three complete automation and protection systems for three 380 kV substations in the central region; supply and installation of a new iDMS control centre to manage the Madinah's electricity distribution network; and supply and installation of a turnkey telecom system to connect the Al Masher 380 kV substation to SEC's telecoms network.