personal identification code


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personal identification code

[′pər·sən·əl ī‚den·tə·fə′kā·shən ‚kōd]
(computer science)
A special number up to six characters in length on a strip of magnetic tape embedded in a plastic card which identifies a user accessing a special-purpose computer. Abbreviated PIC.
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The Hospital Discharge Registry contains information on inpatient care according to the personal identification code.
The National Insurance Administration maintains a registry of all benefits and disability pensions awarded according to the personal identification code.
The registry includes codes of the medications, prescribing physicians, and the personal identification code.
Nationwide population-based longitudinal databases provide excellent resources for medical research in Scandinavia, including the Population Registry, the Cancer Registry, the Cause of Death Registry, the Hospital Discharge Registry, and other registers, and are linked to each other by the personal identification code.
The Cancer Registry, as all other national databases, is based on an individual's personal identification codes.
That's when the customer reveals his personal identification code.
Contractor Equipment Must Only Be Accessible Through The Use Of Four-digit Personal Identification Codes Assigned To Each Ce Provider And Generic Fou
In his affidavit, Valentine said the five employees all had security badges, personal identification codes and biometric fingerprint clearances that allowed them to enter through unmanned security doors that lead to certain restricted locations and secure areas of Logan.
Most of the systems also include personal identification codes for each user as additional security.
The VIRDI products combine biometrics with additional technologies, such as personal identification codes, radio frequency (R/F) technology, smart cards, or voice identification to provide an additional layer of security.
On the Internet the CeBIT press material is available in a closed user group, accessible only by journalists with personal identification codes.
The connection to the Internet will be initiated through the use of a "smart card" containing the connection and personal identification codes of the home user.

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