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repository

a place where commodities are kept before being sold; warehouse
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repository

(database)

repository

(programming)
The core of a CASE tool, typically a DBMS where all development documents are stored.
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repository

(1) A generic term for a storehouse of data.

(2) A database of information about application software that includes author, data elements, inputs, processes, outputs and interrelationships.

(3) A database of digital certificate information. The repository is maintained by the certification authority (CA) and is queried to find out if a certificate is valid, has expired or has been revoked. See CA and PKI.
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These include 1) augment existing geoscience data repositories to scale up their capacity, 2) identify nonspecialized data repositories that fulfill open access objectives, 3) develop a data repository liaison service, and 4) create new data repository services.
"MEDITECH hospitals rely on their Data Repository for accessing data that is used for analytics, reporting and interfaces," said Glen D'Abate, President of Acmeware.
"As much as 52 per cent of India's sedimentary basins are still unappraised and the last seismic data acquisition of the unappraised sedimentary basins was undertaken by the government nearly 25 years ago," said Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, while addressing the inaugural event of the National Data Repository.
Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity (KNB; knb.ecoin formatics.org) is an international data repository containing ecology, biology, and environmental science datasets.
It is a great time to be thinking about a data repository.
TIGTA officials talk about their concerns in a report on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) data repository risks.
Having access to national data on the outcomes of community services will be invaluable to local optical committees (LOCs) when making their case to local commissioners, so I anticipate that the launch of the national data repository, partly funded by the Central (LOC) Fund, will be one of the highlights of the NOC 2015 for many delegates.
Speaking at the State Healthcare IT Connect Summit in Baltimore on April 2, Johnson said the HIE, which is overseen by the state but run by a for-profit contractor, was built to exchange data between providers, with no data repository or master patient index.
ONE OF THE BIGGEST GAPS in our trillion-dollar industry is the availability of a single data repository. Significant progress has been made to strengthen the mortgage industry's infrastructure, ensure the governance and structure required to improve loan quality and loan-level transparency, and monitor industry adherence to guiding principles.
CME is trying to establish its own swap data repository, but has not yet received approval from the CFTC.
The Energy Harvesting Open Access Data Repository holds detailed data on energy availability and characteristics and is managed by the University of Southampton.
It is a P/C Insurance industry specific customer contact management product in Guidewire InsuranceSuite and provides a single data repository for customer data.

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