duplicate record

duplicate record

[′düp·lə·kət ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
An unwanted record that has the same key as another record in the same file.
References in periodicals archive ?
* Duplicate Record Prevention (Prevent duplicate records in BIZBROKERCRM from all sources by enabling duplicate check)
Verykios, "Duplicate Record Detection: A Survey", IEEE TKDE, pages 1-16, 2007.
Upon manual entry of data, either through the web or using the CRM data-entry user interface (UI), CleanEnter provides search functionality that notifies users if they are about to enter a duplicate record. Figure 1 displays the search UI on contact entities and shows that entering a new contact of "ron raegan" has a potential match with four records in the system.
Then, a rule based approach is used to identify or detect duplicates and to eliminate poor quality duplicates by retaining only one copy of the best duplicate record. Finally, all the cleaned records are grouped or merged and made available for the next process.
2005 rolled up some features that previously required extra-cost add-ins, including a duplicate record finder and a simple quoting system.
(%) of electronic reported cases with field Data field completed (n=582) Patient information Patient ID 582 (100) Name 582 (100) Sex 582 (100) Date of birth 582 (100) Age 582 (100) Address 306 (52.6) Zip code 306 (52.6) Specimen information Organism name 582 (100) Time result obtained 582 (100) Time result reported 582 (100) Other information Status of report 220 (37.8) (a) All rates before matching and duplicate record removal.
As an accounting feature, a duplicate record of activity is printed on a tape and a numerator panel indicates the number of tickets sold to each of the 50 destinations as well as the number sold to miscellaneous less active destinations.
Yet the power to permit a user to build ad hoc virtual union catalogs for specific searches, and to delegate to a Z39.50 client the tedium of at least first-pass consolidation and duplicate record elimination, is unquestionably attractive, and it seems likely that users who need such capabilities will be willing to pay some performance penalty for them.
Duplicate record of hca framework call-off dn311833bristol city council - multidisciplinary panel - provision of professional planning capacity and expertise to support preparation of the local plan review - bristolprovision of professional planning capacity and expertise to support preparation of the local plan reviewnote: Contracts finder notice published via hcacontracts finder notice published via hca hca001-dn311833-09923783
New features include Web-based record creation, vocabulary-assisted searching, merged results sets, duplicate record detection, more starter interface options, and online updates.
Claro will use Intec Mediation for data collection and correlation, duplicate record reduction, data reporting and statistical analysis.
* Duplicate record detection--This allows libraries to merge duplicate records from a cross-database search.