calculated field

calculated field

A numeric or date field that derives its data from the calculation of other fields. The data are not entered into a calculated field by the user.
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Because no field alias was specified, Access uses "Exprl" for the calculated field name.
Like an Access database, the system interprets this new calculated field like any other column, giving you the flexibility to maneuver it horizontally or vertically while applying all filter sets.
In figure 12 we can see the way calculations can be made based on already existing data, with the help of the Calculated Field tools which are made available to the user of the program.
For solenoid S3 carrying a current of 5.00 A, the calculated field is B [congruent to] 44 [mu]T while for S2, B [congruent to] 99 [mu]T.
A well-designed database might tell you that you have a certain quantity of size 12 shoes in inventory, but that quantity might only be a calculated field that's not even stored since it can change so often.
In a second step, using the measured NF, the GA proceeds to seek for optimum parameters of the dipoles (magnetic moments, positions and orientations) that will give a calculated field which is closer to the measured NF.
Secondly, from the measured cartography, an optimization algorithm proceeds to search for optimum parameters of dipoles (magnetic moments, positions and orientations) that will give a calculated field which is closer to the measured near-field.
Buffett noted that the calculated field - 25 Gauss - is an average over the entire outer core.
We have calculated field and impurity dependent Curie temperature in [Ba.sub.1-x][Ca.sub.x]Ti[O.sub.3].
The magnetic flux lines of calculated field are presented in Fig.
Data in the report showed the measured and calculated field strengths in microwatts/[cm.sup.2] from a study of a Telecom Cellular repeater site at the Three Kings Shopping Centre.
Another feature creates a calculated field from two other numerical fields.