intersection data

intersection data

[‚in·tər′sek·shən ‚dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data which are meaningful only when associated with the concatenation of two segments.
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(NASDAQ: FLIR) has acquired Colorado, US-based Acyclica, Inc., a developer of software for automotive roadway and intersection data generation and analysis, the company said.
FLIR Systems announced that it has acquired Acyclica, a developer of software for automotive roadway and intersection data generation and analysis.
where [v.sub.i] is a speed of point i within the scope of the intersection data analysis, [v.sub.i+1] is a speed of point i+1 within the scope of the intersection data analysis, and n is the number of speed data points; in this experiment, speed data was obtained every 5 m; thus, n = 40.
Because this study used the simulation system established during this test to quickly capture intersection data, thus the defined number of seconds of the green light period will be less than the actual number of seconds at the intersection.
(2007) propose a walkability index of Census Collection District (CCD) based on four environmental attributes: dwelling density, connectivity (using road centerline and intersection data), land-use accessibility and diversity of uses (entropy of land-use mix), and net area retail (shopping centers).
For example, California has an excellent intersection data base.
Before the water authority opted to scan the intersection detail sheets instead of digitize intersection data into separate database layers, the following five issues were addressed:
The HQ and RMSTAKEN fields, which serve as the intersection data, reside in the pentagonally shaped, logical child segments, H-C and C-H.
The table added to the relational database in Figure 3 to represent the many-to-many relationship is labeled "Bookings." Note that its fields include the unique identifier for hotels (HNAME), the unique identifier for conventions (ONAME, CYEAR), and the intersection data (HQ, RMSTAKEN).
It consists of the full identifiers of hotels (HNAME) and of conventions (ONAME, CYEAR), plus the intersection data (HQ, RMSTAKEN).
The DATE and GRADE fields are "intersection data" that further describe the many-to-many relationship.
Furthermore, the technique makes the assumption that the designer understands the nature of foreign keys in conjunction with one-to-many relationships, of many-to-many relationships, and of intersection data.