data record

data record

[′dad·ə ‚rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A collection of data items related in some fashion and usually contiguous in location.
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This baseline value will also help ensure that we can maintain this important climate data record for years into the future, reducing the risks from a potential gap in spacecraft measurements."
The system would be called Web Monitoring System (WMS) in order to monitor communications for the purposes of national security, measure and record traffic, call data record, and quality of services as specified by the PTA.
ABBOTTABAD -- Abbottabad police on Tuesday organized a training workshop about geofencing, call data record and location for investigation officer and members of technical unit.
LAKKI MARWAT -- The police claim to have solved the blind murder of a teenage boy with the help of his call data record within 48 hours of the occurrence and arrested the alleged killer during a raid in Zangikhel village.
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde made a failed attempt to pacify agitated BJP lawmakers over reports of a private detective trying to access cell data record of leader of opposition Arun Jaitley and some of other senior leaders.
Geological Survey that will continue the Landsat Program's 40-year data record of monitoring Earth's landscapes from space.
To the Editor: The global Military Health System maintains electronic inpatient (Standard Inpatient Data Record, SIDR) and outpatient (Standard Ambulatory Data Record, SADR) clinical diagnostic coded data generated by the Department of Defense Composite Health Care System (CHCS), an electronic system that tracks and stores administrative and other patient encounter data.
The RSP CD is a mandatory field for establishing a data record in FIST.
But will African-Americans - 20.6% of whom White House data record as being uninsured - benefit both personally and economically?