data scope

data scope

[′dad·ə ‚skōp]
(electronics)
An electronic display that shows the content of the information being transmitted over a communications channel.
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The top challenges to adopting AI for respondents were a lack of skills (56 per cent), understanding AI use cases (42 per cent), and concerns with data scope or quality (34 per cent).
Through its presence in more than 200 of China's major oncology hospitals, LinkDoc has built a repository of cancer patients' medical records and comprehensive clinical data and continues to expand its reach in terms of cancer types, data scope and patient base.
An EDW does not have the data scope, the appropriate structure or the orchestration capabilities to execute inter-application communication--nor should it.
The menu commands and toolbar buttons of lOOM Tools act as a PC-based data scope that allows engineers to set a trigger condition, capture communications data, and monitor signal status.
This, they believe, will better meet the needs of users, offer improvement in data scope and quality, as well as costing less than the two surveys separately.
Subsequent campaigns helped to purchase X-ray cassettes for the Imaging Department, data scopes for same-day surgery and outpatient procedures, blanket warmers and a blood gas analyzer for the lab, and other much needed items.
Previous year's campaign purchased X-ray cassettes for the imaging department, data scopes for same day surgery and outpatient procedures, blanket warmers and a blood gas analyzer for the lab, and other much-needed items.