data level

data level

[′dad·ə ‚lev·əl]
(computer science)
The rank of a data element in a source language with respect to other elements in the same record.
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The agreement follows the strategic partnership between the two companies, formed in October 2015, and the subsequent integration of their technologies which provide the market with a unique scalable, certificate-less, data centric approach to securing information assets at any data level within a client's IoT ecosystem.
The solution accesses every data level from multiple sources and generates a single report that synthesises the information.
The architecture of production route system consist from the following levels: Input data level, Operational data level and New order route elaboration level as presented in Figure 1.
The company said that NovaView for PowerPivot brings unique self-service BI capabilities like intuitive web interface, advanced analytics and a data level security layer, providing new ways for analysts and information workers to generate insights and make better decisions.
On 31 March, the deadline for communicating this data for industrial installations and member states, the CITL, with a rate of 69% of data received, had not reached the required data level.
growing interest in continuous auditing and data level assurance, and other market factors, the need for XBRL GL is increasingly obvious.
The software includes a new tool called Query Builder, which is fully integrated and allows users to produce disaggregate data reports at the most detailed data level.
On the data level, it is a more comprehensive solution for data storage management than alternatives.
That is, the expansion and re-alignment of the occupational structure (based on further vocational research, refined vocational theory, more precise measurements, and a better understanding of the relationships among different occupations) can be accomplished easily at the data level without having to rewrite the search/match routines of the computer program.
The Verdasys Digital Guardian Framework creates a data level perimeter that assures that data is controlled by policy and monitored for accountability, establishing a community of trust between the data user, data owner and data provider.
Dark fibre is an optical fibre that users can access at the optical data level rather than the electrical data level as in conventional communications networks.