network data structure

network data structure

[′net‚wərk ′dad·ə ‚strək·chər]
(computer science)
The arrangement of data in a computer system into interconnected groupings of information according to relationships between groupings.
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The choice of a network data structure can significantly influence the analyses that can be performed.
Network data structures were one of the earliest representations in geographic information systems (GIS), and network analysis remains one of the most significant and persistent research areas in geographic information science (GIScience).
This enables enterprises using Microsoft Active Directory to have the option of deploying SecureLogin Single Sign-On without extending their corporate schema or affecting the core network data structure.
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