data aging

data aging

One of the compliance testing applications put forth during the Y2K problem, in which years were added to a date to bring it up to or beyond the year 2000. See Y2K problem.
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Some other usage scenarios of Time Machine include Cloud migration, time zone adjustment, data aging, Big Data analysis and online training.
The system-wide upgrade include new features, including Live Alarms, High-Performance Flow Queries, Dynamic Data Aging and Storage Optimisation, Failover Configuration and interoperability with Foundry Networks' Iron View Network Manager (INM).
The TDS8200 provides four databases available simultaneously offering a variable data persistence with accurate data aging. Color-grading of waveform data adds sample density to the signal acquisitions and analyses.
E-mail and medical imaging applications represent good examples for the data aging profile described here.
This process, which we call "data aging,' is done to enforce a preference for recently learned relationships and to keep the document usefulness rankings current with respect to recent user traffic
Conceptually the data aging process is rather simple.
When an unreinforced usefulness ranking drops as a result of the data aging process, the FAQ will slide down the list of information presented to the user.

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