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metainformation

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These documents are accompanied by the necessary metainformation for their management and storage.
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Another disadvantage is that we do not receive the same metainformation available from the API.
Media content, such as photographs, can be augmented with metainformation to be linked to the schedule and events.
The subjectivity of postings on Twitter was categorized by Barbosa and Feng [17] according to two feature types such as metainformation about the terms on tweets and specifications of how tweets have been written.
The outputs of ISOdb are presented in two levels: (1) sample level, including metainformation, long read distribution, isoform numbers, and AS events of each sample; (2) gene level, including the total isoform, novel isoform number, novel AS number, and isoform visualisation for each gene.
That means if we send n packets with different faked metainformation like src_ip and dst_ip, there will be n newly generated flow entries inserted into the flow table.
(2) Metainformation: along with an ID, we need some metainformation about the device that describes its form and operation.
The metadata reading service provides the function of reading metainformation of log data.
This phenomenon of selective "palimpsestization" of reality reminds us of Ilya Prigogine's notion of "symmetry breaks": entropy, in open systems, introduces errors, information being lost increasingly more as the causal chains (temporal lines) become increasingly longer, and so increasingly more complex (information being added) or increasingly simpler (information being lost), or increasingly more simplex (with metainformation being added: decoding data by which the patterns of complex information can be seen as being simple).
As shown in Figures 3(a) and 3(b), there are two basic sections in the model: (a) the user or user groups who are represented by an agent interface (Figure 3(a)) and (b) the trading service which locates the metainformation (Figure 3(b)).