dependent segment

dependent segment

[di′pen·dənt ′seg·mənt]
(computer science)
In a database management system, a block of data that depends on data at a higher level for its full meaning.

dependent segment

In database management, data that depends on data in a higher level for its full meaning.
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Primary dependent segment. University graduates in this category work in jobs that do not require a college degree but are stable in terms of the type of contract (open-ended) and the duration of the working day (full-time).
Typology of graduates by labour force participation and employment conditions 2004 COHORT 2007 COHORT SIZE % SIZE % Primary independent segment 4046 34.4 4081 33.4 Primary dependent segment 2012 17.1 1970 16.1 Qualified secondary segment 2753 23.4 2943 24.1 Secondary segment 1230 10.4 812 6.6 Self-employed 623 5.3 543 4.4 Interns 343 2.9 477 3.9 Unemployed 362 3.1 957 7.8 Inactive 402 3.4 436 3.6 Total 11771 100 12219 100 2010 COHORT SIZE % Primary independent segment 3376 28.6 Primary dependent segment 1560 13.2 Qualified secondary segment 2255 19.1 Secondary segment 1399 11.8 Self-employed 817 6.9 Interns 469 4 Unemployed 1404 11.9 Inactive 518 4.4 Total 11798 100 Source: Authors' compilation based on AQU Catalunya (2008; 2011; 2014).
class="MsoNormalYouth, of course, is a dependent segment that accounts for some 20 per cent of the population.
Because of this reckless vote-buying, the neighboring country is left with massive losses, a destabilized, artificially skewed commodity market, and an increasingly dependent segment of its population relying on a populist scheme that is already falling apart.
(2) Requiring all long-term care facilities and chronic-care facilities to meet a strict quality standard of oral health care would assure dental hygiene for the most dependent segment of the elderly and mentally ill populations.
Requiring all long-term care facilities and chronic-care facilities to meet a strict standard would assure quality oral health care for the most dependent segment of the elderly and mentally ill populations.
The dependency ratio of a population represents the number or proportion of individuals in the dependent segment of the population divided by the number or proportion of individuals in the working population times 100.
After partition, the so-called biggest democracy of the world chose to spend better part of its independent existence dishing out cruelty to its dependent segments. Resultantly, a stage came when numerous powerful retaliations triggered at different points of time having potential to pose an existential challenge for India.
It involves the attachment of dependent segments to independent segments or morphemes which Yule (1997) refers to as the small 'bits' that appear in words.
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