internal schema

internal schema

[in′tərn·əl ′skē·mə]
(computer science)
The physical configuration of data in a data base.
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LIS (Local Internal Schema) represents physical representation of data stored at one node.
During training phase, training data are set by default; learning machine extracts the parameters of data sets; and then internal schema mapping prediction model is generated.
Elements from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: As described above, the term "mode deactivation" itself derives from Beck's (1996) term "modes" and uses his cognitive behavioral theoretical formulation of "modes." MDT shares the basic tenets of classic cognitive behavior therapy, including "Schema Therapy," which holds that internal schemas are at the core of the personality disorders (Young, Klosko and Weishaar, 2003).
They are called the Conceptual, External and Internal Schemas. The relationship of the ANSI/SPARC terminology with our steps of database design is shown in Table 1.
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